offers a selection of ales, wines, martinis and other spirits exclusive to the restaurant and found nowhere else in northeast Ohio.
Wooden floors, burgundy walls and soft lighting create a warm, candid space to share a meal with friends.
Paragon is an American neighborhood restaurant and bar
Mr. Wonderful's veteran chefs batter and fry a menu's worth of soul food, including crisp chicken and fish. A variety of chicken and waffle meals ($6.99–$12.99) star boneless or bone-in poultry, drizzled in a signature glaze that underscores the duo's complementary tastes, textures, and zodiac signs. Satisfy seafood hankerings with a shrimp po boy slathered in tangy sauce ($5.99) or a fried catfish dinner ($10.99), accompanied by a duo of hearty sides, such as candied yams, slow-cooked greens, and creamy mac 'n' cheese. A choice of more than 10 stuffed baked potatoes ($4.99–$11.99) transforms the humdrum spud into a tableside celebrity, while the restaurant's family meals ($8.99–$69) supply clans with the energy to tackle overdue tasks such as cleaning the basement or sewing matching sweater vests by hand.
Bite into one of Chili Peppers' burritos, and it will taste exactly as you expected. That’s because nearly everything that comes from the shop’s kitchen is created the way each customer wants it, from the type of meat and the variety of toppings to the level of spiciness. As the staff sends each taco, burrito, quesadilla, or salad down the line, guests get to choose from up to 30 options—including five salsas—to create their ideal meal, often adding as many or as few ingredients as they'd like for the same price. Zesty chorizo can be taken to a new level of spiciness with the habanero salsa, and cilantro, onions, and guacamole can liven up the sultry flavors of barbacoa. They can even make the meals vegetarian and vegan-friendly by swapping out meats for grilled vegetables and informing customers of which toppings contain animal products or have second jobs as cheese mongers.
Bottles of spirits line the wooden shelves of Muldoon's Saloon & Eatery dimly lit bar, illuminated by the glow of television sets overhead. The neighborhood joint has been watering locals for nearly three decades, and continues to attract both familiar faces and new clientele with more than 100 bottled beers, seasonal drafts, and freshly brewed Irish coffee. The cups that speckle the bars and booth tabletops pair with hearty steak burgers, seafood, and barbeque, along with Irish favorites such as corned beef, fish and chips, and an edible Gaelic football.
Though it isn’t a matchmaking service, Grovewood Tavern is responsible for more than 150 successful relationships in the past decade, all of which were realized over dinner. The brick-enclosed restaurant specializes in the delicious puppy love between food and drink, hosting meals that pair fine wines, beers, and spirits with bites from a globally conscious kitchen. The courses encourage guests to savor combinations in the moment, but also nod to the history inside the glassware. Trivia and origin stories accompany the drinks, detailing their flavors and the favorable reviews they've received. Some dinners benefit from presentation by expert hosts, including vineyard aficionados and people who know how the ghosts are added to each bottle of spirits.
Outside of these showcases, visitors can still enjoy selections from the tavern's regular menu. Duck-burger sliders and spice-rubbed ahi-tuna sandwiches dispel any worries about stereotypical pub fare, and the entrees' emphasis on local and organic ingredients adds a refreshing ease of conscience to each bite. Grovewood’s catalog of savory meats ranges from Japanese-style barbecued chicken to the bison pot roast, which, according to a 2007 feature in the Plain Dealer, "falls gloriously apart, upon gentle forkage." Chefs accommodate vegetarians and vegans as well. A wealth of meat- and gluten-free options speckles the menu's pages, and the pairing dinners list substitutions for nonveggie helpings, replacing tea-smoked duck breast with grilled tofu and skirt steak with vegan beef.
Family friendly restaurant featuring food from a New York style bagel to a New York Strip Steak. Open 7 days serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Menu items include our famous corned beef, reubens, pastrami, omeletes, burgers, homemade soups, salads, Latkas, blintzes, Belguin waffles, pasta, wraps, famous desserts and more.
Famous Gyro George's food-slinging chefs follow the cooking instructions listed on a menu that has dishes for every meal of the day. Sate egg cravings with a big breakfast platter of two eggs, two big pancakes, and four pieces of sausage ($6.99), or partake in lunch-focused fare with a famous philly gyro, which collects grilled mushroom, onions, and swiss cheese and stores them in the welcoming folds of a homemade pita ($6.99). A double-cheeseburger-deluxe combo slams two hamburger patties with lettuce, onion, tomato, and cheese, and balances the plate with fresh-cut fries and a fountain drink ($5.99). Dine post-dusk at one of George's 24-hour restaurants, which are open 24 hours a day in honor of Mark McGwire's age in 1988. Click here to view each location's hours.