On my continued bar tour of Morgantown, MiHaley's was the next stop. Located on Van Voorhis, back toward those large student housing complexes, this bar isn't hard to find, but it is a little out of the way. I parked and walked to the front. Two dark doors lead to the entrance - kind of confusing, but not a big deal. We walked in and took a booth to the left. It was more of a local scene, and a group of four college kids looked out of place. We embraced it.
menu is pretty sparse and not fancy, but the Mountaineer Burger didn't sound bad - burger with bacon, cheese, lettuce, tomato and pickles. It said you could get it on a kaiser roll or ciabatta, so I requested ciabatta. The bartender hesitated on whether or not they had it, but they did.
After what seemed like forever, our food finally came out. I was surprised to see my ciabatta was long. I was curious how they managed a burger on that. I took a look - one burger in the middle and a half on each end. It was awkward to eat, to say the least. Parts were falling out all over the place. It wasn't really flavorful, and I slathered it in ketchup so it had some flavor.
The french fries weren't bad, especially dipped in ranch. But for about $10, I don't think I can complain too much. It's cheap and basic. A couple friends, however, did get the wings and said they were great. Maybe that's what I'll be opting for next time.