Where do you go when you’re in the mood for chicken wings? If you’re from West Virginia, you probably go to the Drover’s Inn in Wellsburg. It’s been around for a long time – the building is on the National Register of Historic Places – but that only adds charm to the experience of chowing down on the best wings you’ve ever tasted!

Tucked away outside Wellsburg, West Virginia is a historic brick building, the Drover’s Inn Restaurant and Tavern. Ask anyone – you won’t find better wings anywhere else. Drover’s Inn makes them extra crispy and extra flavorful, with tons of flavor options: Mild, Medium, Hot, Suicidal, Atomic, Hurt Me, Honey BBQ, Buffalo Garlic, Sweet Hot Oriental, Butter Garlic, Garlic Parmesan.


Google Reviews

832 reviews
  • Carole DiNardo
    Carole DiNardo
    in the last week

    Service, food and prices were great! I love the atmosphere at Drovers, it is so pretty inside. We were here after church for my parents 63rd anniversary and again after church for Mother's Day! We had reservations and were seated as soon as we arrived!

  • Joe Bogo
    Joe Bogo
    in the last week

    I always enjoy Drover's. Their hot Cajun wings are addictive. Today i had a stuffed chicken breast, and it was also quite good. It came with really, really good mashed potatoes.

  • amanda ohle
    amanda ohle
    2 weeks ago

    Loved the atmosphere of the place. We got a bucket of the garlic buffalo wings and they were so good and made perfectly! Will definitely return.

  • Matt Thoma
    Matt Thoma
    6 months ago

    The food is really good, from chicken wings to sandwiches, salads and more and the prices are good. The staff is attentative and friendly. I generally prefer to order take out as the place is always packed.

  • Kelly Socrates
    Kelly Socrates
    5 months ago

    So, this little slice of heaven has been marked off my bucket list. I've constantly heard my boyfriend and his family talk about the wings at this restaurant, and every time we've tried to make it out there, it's either to busy or wasn't opened at the time we wanted to eat. Finally, after two years of waiting for the right time to pop in, we got to go. The decor just put me in awe, I've never seen so many mugs in my life, I loved it. They have a variety of mugs hanging from their ceiling. The bar is small and quite. Nothing roudy at all. Since we sat at the bar downstairs, I never got the chance to check out the upstairs, but it was still a quiet, comfy atmosphere to eat at. The wings were phenomenal!!! And the fried pickles, even better. Not to mention the shots, very very pleased with Drovers. We will be back