Fusion Japanese Steakhouse

The first Fusion Steakhouse opened February 10, 2005 in Vienna, WV. Since then, the brand has expanded to include five current locations in West Virginia, Ohio, and Pennsylvania with several other potential locations in the development stage.

Fusion specializes in Japanese Hibachi Style cooking, featuring only the finest cuts of mouth-watering steak, chicken, and seafood. We also provide a Full-Service Sushi Bar and a wide array of Fine Asian cuisine. We are committed to providing service that is nothing short of legendary, combined with spectacular family entertainment and the genuine personal care and attention that creates the dining “experience” our customers are known to tell stories about.

Whether you’re in for dinner and a show complimentary of our highly skilled Hibachi Chefs, a relaxing evening of Sushi and Fine Wine, or just out for some top shelf Take-Out, our competent staff promises a welcoming atmosphere and a memorable “Fusion Experience”.

Fusion Steakhouse – “Where the Yin Meets the YUM!!!



Now Open!

It is our goal to provide the highest quality food, service, and entertainment in order to ensure customer satisfaction and establish ourselves as a landmark in our community. We offer an extensive menu featuring Hibachi, Fresh Sushi, and a Fusion Asian menu boasting delicious Singapore, Malaysian, Indonesian, and Thai entrees.

Happy Hour Specials

Happy Hour specials Sunday through Thursday 5p to 8p

$5.95 Jack and Pepsi

$5.95 Tito’s and Cranberry

$5.95 Barcardi and Pepsi

$5.95 Long Island

$5.95 Tropical Breeze

$5.95 Scorpion

$5.95 Hypnotic Breeze

$3.25 Domestic Beer: Bud Light, Budweiser, Miller Lite, Yuengling, Michelob Ultra, Coors Light



Contact Us

201 Fusion Street Morgantown, WV 26501
(304) 554-2328

18% gratuity will be added for parties of six or more.
Prices are approximate and may vary slightly between locations. Prices are subject to change with or without notice on fusionsteakhouse.com.
Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, eggs or unpasteurized milk may increase your risk of foodborne illness.