At Tin 202, we pour small-batch spirits, mix with hand-pressed juices, and utilize fresh and local fruits and herbs. Our rotating cocktail list honors history, tradition, and creativity. We think you’ll enjoy it. Explore something new, try an old favorite, or ask us to craft something just for you.
We use fresh and local ingredients, allowing us to innovate on classic recipes. Our guests appreciate our majority gluten-free menu, and we do our best to accommodate allergies. With a selection of soups, tapas, ceviche, entrees, and desserts, we're sure there is something for you to enjoy. Come share among friends and family. We aim to provide a meal and an experience.
If you've been in Morgantown a while, you might remember Moore and Parriot's pharmacy at our location. Students (Jerry West among them) and locals enjoyed the soda foundation that ran along the northwest wall of the building, facing Pleasant Street. In 1895, the building opened as home to two doctors, Drs. Brock and Wade, and a druggist named Reed. It's housed many other businesses since then, and we're happy to be one of them.
We strive to be a place that Morgantown can count on. Participating in events like Sweets for the Sweet and Taste of Morgantown connects us with all the people of Morgantown, above and beyond our valued guests. Morgantown has given us a wonderful opportunity to share our vision, and we want to honor this city that we love by showing that Tin 202 is synonymous with the best of Morgantown.
“This little gem was the highlight of our weekend in Morgantown … We didn’t have a reservation so we ended up sitting at the bar, which made our experience that much more fun. The bartenders prepared our drinks the old fashioned way (proper methodology). The food was absolutely amazing and their spin on classics was delicious. I’ve been to many places similar to this (historical vibe, legit drinks, scrumptious food) in Atlanta, DC, Chicago, etc. and this by far blew them all away. Love love love!”
“We were visiting our son at WVU and were tired of the usual burger and beer spots in Morgantown. An on-line search turned up Tin 202. Upon entering, the atmosphere reminded us of a hip spot in Manhattan or possibly New Orleans. The service was friendly, the cocktails excellent and the food (small plates) delicious. Highly recommend.”
“The very accommodating staff were able to get our family of 5 a table despite Morgantown being very busy because of the WVU graduation ceremonies slated for the next day … Once inside, the open kitchen, beautiful bar, tin ceilings and old school charm abound. Staff is very friendly and knowledgeable … Soups (corn crab chowder in particular), steak medallions and Filet Mignon were outstanding. Local beer selection was likewise outstanding.”
“They told us they didn’t have a table but then found one for us and literally chased us down to let us know … We opted for tapas instead of entrees. We had mussels, scallops and langoustine with risotto and shrimp and grits. Fantastic. By this point, we were tipsy and stuffed. But who can pass up creme brûlée? It was delicious … Our waiter was fantastic, and the atmosphere was fun. It’s probably my new favorite local restaurant.”