Appalachian Power Park
On March 18, 2004, the shovels hit the dirt for the first time on the site designated to save baseball in Charleston. A new downtown baseball diamond was to be built after 56 years at Watt Powell Park in Kanawha City. A collaborative effort was necessary to keep a team in the city!
“It’s within walking distance, they are farm to table, then have live music in the bar area... Brunch on Saturday and Sunday.. (closed for lunch during the week). ”
“Pizza & cocktails served in a no-frills bar with live music & open-mike shows every night!”
“The best fish tacos you'll find anywhere and to-die-for hot dogs. This place is no-muss, no-fuss casual. On a hot day, sit on their deck with a margarita and you'll barely miss the ocean.”
“Very cute coffee shop and library with an attached art gallery. This is one of the most original places in Charleston. ”