Downtown Morgantown was full of people “crawling” from culinary destination to culinary destination Dec. 5 as Morgantown Eats hosted its second Culinary Crawl. The event, organized by a class in WVU’s Reed College of Media, featured tasty samples from downtown Morgantown restaurants.
This was the second year for the event, and there were some changes. First, patrons couldn’t move freely from restaurant to restaurant at their own pace. Instead, everyone was placed into guided tours that led patrons from restaurant to restaurant on a schedule. And, along the way, they tried to incorporate a walking history tour of Morgantown with history of the buildings and places. Also, there were two separate tracks – the early track and the late track. Each featured different restaurants.
I took part in the early tour, which starts with three restaurants located inside the MAC (which receives the money raised from the event).