De Pomaire brings international cuisine to Weber City, Virginia. Featuring food lovingly prepared by Chile native Victoria Cupp, the menu captures the tastes and culture of her homeland. The majority of the items are from Chile, but also include items from Columbia and Peru.
Cupp, and her husband, Roberto, hope to make this more than a restaurant, but also a place where children can come and learn about new cultures. Each Thursday night, children will eat free and will be provided programs about different cultures through reading and music.
Cupp chose the name De Pomaire because it means “good environment” in her homeland of Chile. She and Roberto came to the United States in 1977 and eventually settled in Kingsport, Tennessee. She initially helped her daughter, Alice, start up a new restaurant in Kingsport, called the Crazy Chicken. Alice says it is now time for her mother to shine with her new endeavor.
Located at 1680 US Hwy 23N, Weber City, Virginia
Houses of operation:
Sunday: noon to 3 p.m.
Tues – Sat., 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
For more information, call 276-690-2131