Ya'sou Restaurant

Restaurant in Kimball - Now selling Hatfield and McCoy Trail Permits
Opening at 8:00 AM tomorrow
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Updates

We are now selling trail permits for the Hatfield and McCoy Trail system. Come in and enjoy great food and hospitality and pick up your permits.

Its Spaghetti Thursday. Come in and enjoy our famous Spaghetti and Meatballs and top it off with a delicious apple pie.

We will be closed today to participate in the St. Mary's food festival. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please join us there.

Saint Mary's International Food Festival

Sep 21, 2019 – Sep 21, 2019

YaSou will be closed this Saturday while we participate in the Saint Mary's International Food Festival in Bluefield. Stop by our Greek booth or enjoy one of the other nationality ethnic cuisines.

Come by on Saturday at the blue tent in front of YA'Sou and enjoy hot dogs, polish and Itallian sausage. Get them with our home made chili. Try one of our famous fried apple pies while you're here. They are homemade and to die for.


Testimonials

a month ago
While on a motorcycle trip we saw this restaurant and decided to give it a try. The food was GREAT and the owner was very pleasant to talk to...she's also the captain of the fire department! That's cool! If you stop you HAVE to try the apple pie with ice cream...which is like an apple turnover. REALLY GOOD STUFF!
- Ron K
4 days ago
Wonderful place to eat. Markella makes u feel like family she is such and wonderful person. It will feel like your second home.
- Daniel H
3 months ago
This is am amazing little resturant everything is fresh made and the staff is kind. Best place to stop for a good bite to eat!
- LuckyCharms 7

Our History

On February 7th, 1945, the Greek-American families of John Genadopoulos and Adamantios “Tommy” and Mary Balasis purchased the A. P. Wood Grocery. Though the store was renamed the West Virginia Grocery, the name A. P. Wood remains etched in beautiful stained glass over the door at present-day Ya’sou Restaurant.
From that time until the devastating flood of July 2001, the family kept the grocery in operation. Ten months later, a second major flood hit the town within days of the business being reopened. Despite this major setback, we were determined to move forward and reopen the business.
Having my own restaurant was a lifelong dream, and on February 7th, 2003, with the help of my mother Mary Balasis, my brothers John and Mathew, my husband Jimmy Joe, my son Adam, my mother-in-law Mary Verduce Gianato, and the Grace of God, that dream became a reality with the opening of Ya’sou Restaurant.
I am very proud of the success that I have achieved. I offer home-cooked meals, daily specials, and Greek cuisine along with many sandwich choices. Most of the recipes I use have been handed down to me from my mother and grandmother. My love for the restaurant business came from my first job at the Virginian Restaurant in Pearisburg, Virginia, working under the guiding hands of, in my opinion, two of the greatest chefs, uncles, and mentors, Mike and George Genadopoulos. It was my days at the Virginian that made me realize I would someday like to become a great chef. I strive for this every day.
This has allowed me to meet many wonderful people who have stopped in along the way, as well as many local regulars who come in and make my day complete. With the continuing support of my nephew Adam, we hope to serve you for many years to come.
Everyone that comes here, even one time, becomes part of the labyrinth of my life and will always be part of the memories here. I want my guests to feel at home and comfortable when they are here. If you have any concerns or requests, please feel free to ask.
—Markella

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  • (304) 585-7959

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138 Main Street
Kimball, WV 24801
United States

Business Hours

Mon:8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tue:8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Wed:8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Thu:8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Fri:8:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Sat:9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Sun:Closed
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