19th Hole offers great food and entertainment

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By SCOTT McCLOSKEY

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WHEELING — Wings, hoagies, cheese fries, chicken tenders and cheese sticks are just a few of the many popular menu items that have made The 19th Hole such a popular bar and grill for more than two decades, according to owner Angie Szalay. In addition to great food, the Woodsdale eatery offers great enteratinment.

“It’s been here for a long time. … “We are known for our wings. They are always fresh,” Szalay said. They offer 18 wing sauces including: ranch, blackened medium, honey BBQ, Hole in One and General Tso’s flavors. She said they also offer 16 delicious “oven baked” hoagies as well.

The 19th Hole opened in 1998. Szalay managed the restaurant from 1999 until 2012, when she decided to buy the business.

Szalay said while she has made some minor changes over the last few years, for the most part she has felt “if it’s not broke, you don’t need to fix it.” She has added only a few different items to the menu and has added a variety of lunch and beverage specials over the past few years.

The sports-themed bar and grill is decorated primarily in WVU, Steelers, Pirates and Penguins decor with plenty of flat screen TVs to watch your favorite sports channel.

Szalay said The 19th Hole also supports local musicians as they host live music from 8-midnight every Thursday, and 6-8 p.m. every Friday. The eatery plays host to well-known local names such as the Tim Ullom Band, Hit Play, Jim Berze and Brett Cain and Jon Banco.

Every Monday is the popular “Wing Night,” and they offer a Sunday brunch menu from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Sunday.

The 19th Hole is located at 780 National Road.

For more information about lunch specials or their entertainment schedule call 304-232-9464.

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