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“What a wonderful treat for all the senses!”

We wanted a weekend away and I booked us a night at the b&b as well as an hour with the Chef Tim Urbanic as he discussed the efforts he has made to serve quality foods with local origins as much as possible. On the forefront of this local foods trend, he prepares dishes that are superbly presented and deliciously prepared. We enjoyed a 5 course dinner complimented with West Virginia wines. Service was friendly and attentive, Both Tim and Melody checked on us often. The restaurant was active and a local guitarist played softly. The room was large and beautifully furnished. The bed was one of the most comfortable away from my own. We will be back!" - Beth Rankin Goldberg



  • Dinin' Fine
  • 99 things every west virginian SHOULD DO
  • Cafe Cimino: A Delightful Surprise in The Heart of West Virginia
  • Wonderful West Virginia - August 2001
  • That's Italian
  • 'Breathing New Life'
  • A Popular Cafe
  • What's this doing here?
  • WCHS - Traveling West Virginia

Chef Tim’s culinary artistry has been featured by the following:

  • Michael Feldman’s National Public Radio show “What’ Do Ya’ Know”
  • West Virginia Annual Culinary Classic held at the Stonewall Resort
  • West Virginia Public Television’s West Virginia Cooks shows
  • West Virginia Executive Magazine
  • Wonderful West Virginia Magazine
  • West Virginia Division of Tourism’s Official State Travel Guide
  • Gourmet Magazine and Food & Wine Magazine
  • Charleston Gazette and Charleston Daily Mail food and business reviews at least a dozen times
  • Mentioned in The Washington Post Feature Article "Escapes" as the place to eat when in West Virginia
  • WCHS Channel 8 and Fox News 11 Television news programs several times, most recently as a guest chef
  • Café Cimino honored as one of the “55 Good Things About West Virginia” by West Virginia Media
  • Cafe Cimino on the list of “100 Things Every West Virginian Must Do” by The Huntington Quarterly
  • Named one of West Virginia’s top 10 restaurants by The State Journal, Summer 2006