christopher's is realizing our dream through the local spirit of Barboursville, West Virginia and enjoying culinary delicacies made with passion right from our hearths.
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welcome to christopher's eats
christopher's eats came about through the dreams of brothers, David & Jeremy Adams and cousin, Chef Christopher Dixon. All three men have been devoted to making this dream come true. David & Jeremy grew up and currently reside in the Huntington/Barboursville area. David is employed with Cabell County Schools where he is currently an 8th grade West Virginia History Teacher. Jeremy is owner of Palace Properties, a real estate development company in Huntington and the Tri-State area. Christopher spent time growing up in Huntington and Jacksonville, Florida. He graduated from culinary school in 2004 in Orlando and has worked in the restaurant business in Florida and most recently, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The three men began talking in the summer of 2012 with the goal to bring jobs to the area and provide an inviting atmosphere with quality food and great drinks for family and friends to enjoy. Through hard work long hours and dedication, they have made the dream a reality.
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our coal fired oven
one of the most unique things you'll find at christopher's eats is the coal fired oven. The guys wanted to offer a pretty common dish that everyone would only want at christopher's- the flatbread. All artisan flatbreads are made using only the freshest of ingredients and house-made sauces and dressings. The flatbreads are baked to perfection in the 900* oven. The anthracite coal, used to heat the oven, is the oldest, hardest and cleanest type of coal. It is mostly free of smoke and particulate emissions. All of the anthracite coal used in the United States has been mined by a US coal miner and extracted from already mined sites. A portion of the profits from anthracite sales goes back to the mined areas to help return the environment back into a working ecosystem.