The father and son team that owns Eddie 'N Eddie specializes in three things: burgers, bourbon, and apple pie. Through the eatery’s almost floor-to-ceiling front windows, guests can be seen feasting on heaping burgers, which are covered in nontraditional toppings such as roasted poblano peppers, falafel, and grilled pineapple. Chic hanging lightbulbs illuminate patrons sipping smooth bourbons, eating forkfuls of apple pie, or taking bites of pure Americana by gnawing on the restaurant’s walls.
Owner and chef Matt founded the The Souper Market to brew up original soup and salad concoctions from preservative- and additive-free ingredients. Chicken andoullie sausage mingles with shrimp and its poultry namesake within hearty scoops of jambalaya ($3.75–$7, or $13.75 for 32 oz.), and the roasted ratatouille’s vegetable medley sets tongues to merrily dancing ($3.25–$5.50, or $10.50 for 32 oz.). Guests can gussy up the blue greens salad ($5.25) with a less tasty Bedazzling gun or a more delicious blue cheese dressing made by hand in-house, which, along with other dressings and vinaigrettes, is available for purchase by the pint ($5).
Two Dads' Diner relies on fresh, locally sourced ingredients whenever possible to put a healthy spin on homestyle comfort fare. Classic diner eats and updated dishes fill the menu from beer-battered onions rings with a homemade dipping sauce ($3.25) to corned beef, sauerkraut, and thousand island–stuffed irish eggrolls ($4.75). Fuel up for the day with savory biscuits and sausage gravy ($4.25) or vanilla cinnamon-battered french toast ($3.75), which offers a sweet early-morning surprise, like finding a basket of kittens nestled in your bed. A half-pound burger can be slathered with one of six melted cheeses and extra toppings such as mushroom or chili ($5.95+), and the tender chicken paprikash punches up palates with a chive spaetzle ($8.95). Vegetarian dishes such as a portabella sandwich ($7.25) cater to those who prefer their meat meat-less, and homemade desserts and frosty milkshakes ($1.95) positively reinforce a body’s craving for sweets. Patrons can savor each mouthful within Two Dads' Diner's cozy interior peppered with fabric-covered booths, muted green walls, and dressed-down water glasses.
In a whirlwind of cosmetic products by the likes of Aveda, Redken, and OPI, a diverse cast of beauty boosters pool their talents to create a tranquil spa getaway where passersby can gussy up their hair, skin, and nails. At Revelations Salon & Spa, hairstylists well versed in coiffure modifications add va-va-voom to freshly shorn locks with halo highlights or all-over color. Skin technicians perform various facials to clarify complexions muddled by acne, dryness, and calculus equations scrawled with a sharpie. Their relaxing massages unwind knotted muscles scattered throughout the body, and their comprehensive pedicures melt tension between toes tired of making strained conversation with each other.
At Streat Burger, guests construct their meals with Ohio farm-raised beef, pulled pork, or quinoa patties before piling them high with seasonal greens, spicy relishes, and flavorful toppings. Each custom-made sandwich, fresh salad, or basket of hand-cut fries pairs with a frosty beverage from the craft beer list, full of dozens of selections ranging from refreshing watermelon wheat to crisp, hoppy double IPAs.