Believe it or not, yes. It's on the menu at Bluegrass Kitchen, a homey little space in an old Victorian storefront on Washington Street East in Charleston, W.V. If you happen to roll into the state's capital city, you'll eat well here.
Last night at Bluegrass Kitchen, I ordered the roasted pork loin with kale and asparagus. It was tasty. The menu isn't large, but there are ample choices, and the kitchen relies mostly on fresh, organic ingredients. There are good beers, a full bar, and good wines by the glass. I sipped an organically cultivated Australian Shiraz called Green Path.
The fact that the dinner menu is called the "supper menu" reminds you right away that you're in West Virginia.