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TEMPORARY HOURS OF OPERATION:

MONDAY AND TUESDAY – CLOSED

WEDNESDAY – SUNDAY 11:30 AM – 8 PM

Due to Governor Northam’s recent release of guidelines for preventing the spread of COVID-19, we will only be open for takeout, curbside, and delivery orders. We are very sad that we have to close our dining room to the public. Our phones open at 11:30 to take orders.  We will be implementing a curbside pick up service for those uncomfortable coming in to pick up their orders.


Delivery service is available within the town limits for a $5 fee. Minimum order of $20. Delivery service will be available during the hours of 12 pm-8 pm daily. 

We also have online ordering which is available for placing takeout or delivery orders from 11:30 am to 7:30 pm.


Disclaimer: We are not normally a delivery service. This is a courtesy service we are providing in light of the virus outbreak. While we will do the best that we can, we cannot guarantee that your food will be as hot as it would be as if you were eating in.

We also have bottled beer, growlers, and bottled wine available for takeout, delivery, and curbside!


Both curbside and delivery services are temporary, and will end once regular business activities resume.

 

 

 

 

Welcome to Wharf Hill Brewing Company!  We’re glad you’re here!

Wharf Hill has been the center of Smithfield since 1752. Climb uphill and you’ll see the 1750 Courthouse and the 1752 Inn. Stumble downhill and you could catch a steamboat on the Pagan River. During segregation, “The Hill” was the center of Smithfield’s black business district. Our home was built in 1906 and belonged to the Improved Elks, an African-American Fraternal Organization, from 1919 until 2011. The Elks met upstairs and rented out the 1st floor shops to black business owners. Our dining room formerly housed the Paradise Inn, Tunney Tynes’ Pool Hall, and Dr. Booker’s Dentist Office. Our event space sheltered several barbers and their dapper customers, and our barroom was rented by Henry Tynes, local undertaker. Poke around the brewpub and you’ll find elements of the two-room Comet School House (ca. 1900), a three-story house from Chuckatuck (ca. 1840), the Old Dominion Steam Boat Company’s bell (ca. 1900), and a dugout canoe found in Mill Swamp in the droughty summer of 1980 (ca. OLD).

WHBC is now a full-service restaurant, bar, and craft brewery that also offers an event space for special functions. We feature beers by our brewers, Dave Walker and Tom Owen (both also owners), including the Isle of Wheat, Outage IPA, Holy Brale, and more.

When you come in, you’ll not find TVs or Wifi, but you will be greeted by the friendliest staff in town and engage in quality conversation with those around you.  Now take a load off with friends and fellows and rediscover with us the art of Smithfield’s hospitality and comradery. Cheers!