The Forum

The Forum at The Greenbrier

Step into a comfortable Italian neighborhood nestled in Rome. The ambience and décor bring the best of Italy to life with traditional music and the savory aromas of Italian cuisine.

Classic hand-tossed Neapolitan pizza made with the best imported semolina flour, burrata cheese and handpicked preserved tomatoes from The Greenbrier Chef’s Garden is a house specialty. The menu also features classically authentic dishes with influences from all of Italy for the American palate.


The Forum: Resort attire is required (collared sport shirts, sweaters, jackets, dress slacks and walking shorts). The restaurant enjoys an upscale and inviting environment. If denim is your attire preference, well-kept denim in a dark shade is ours. Men’s hats and baseball caps are not permitted.
Children: Ages 10 and older are required to wear attire similar to that of adults.


Current Hours (subject to change)

Dinner: 6:00pm - 9:00pm


Current Menus (subject to change)

Dinner Menu PDF
Children's Menu PDF
For all food and beverage purchases, a 20% service charge (22% for parties of 8 or more), tax and Historic Preservation Fund will be added to your check.

Try our Italian Margarita!



Dinner reservations are strongly suggested: 855-729-3778 (option 1).



About the Greenbrier Coal Oven

The Greenbrier's coal-fired oven featured in our Pizza Shoppe is one of only two in the state of West Virginia. We currently use Anthracite coal. This specific style of coal is known to have the highest luster of any variety and hold temperature longer than any other type of coal. Along with the use of the coal the oven showcases a total of three heat sources. Natural gas heats the solid granite slab. Additionally, heat from opposite sides allows for even cooking. Average temperatures range between 590–680 degrees Fahrenheit. The dome style design allows for easy use and makes for an exciting show to watch the chefs rotating each pizza created.
The Forum's Coal Fired Oven Pizza

Coal Fired Oven Pizza

   The Greenbrier Forum Tiramisu   

Classico Tiramisu