The flames dance atop the hibachi grill, reaching higher than the chef?s head. It is an impressive sight, to say the least, and one guests get to experience up close as chefs chop and flip chicken, steak, and shrimp right at the table. The hibachi master's creative efforts are rivaled only by the eatery?s sushi chefs, who tuck tuna, chili tobiko, and radish sprouts inside rolls shaped like caterpillars, turtles, and DNA strands.
In 1972, Joseph Catanese created Giuseppe’s Pizza & Subs on the square-crust foundation of Sicilian-style pies and oven-roasted sandwiches. Like their dough, the chefs in Giuseppe’s kitchen rise early and often, making breads from scratch daily. Their pizza canvases also fuel the efforts of other local eateries by providing them with pre-baked crusts and frozen dough balls, which are also ideal for training for an upcoming basketball-eating contest.
The Sawyer House is one of the only stone homes in Lake County, earning it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. Inside the colonial-style cottage, owner Dennis Koury's love for food shines through in a menu of made-from-scratch dishes and De Cecco pastas imported directly from Italy. Seated at the linen-draped tables in the dining area, diners split a signature salad crowned with prosciutto, crumbled gorgonzola, and housemade dressing; dig into lasagna with sweet sausage; and slice center-cut filet mignon. As sunlight washes slowly from the sky, the restaurant fills with the sound of tuning instruments and forgotten drum kits being hastily whittled. Upbeat music streams from the Pauly's After Dark lounge area, which features weekly wine tastings along with specialty cocktails from the full bar.
For three days in June, the Ohio Celtic Fest transports Midwesterners to the Emerald Isle with authentic music, dance, and merriment. Intended for Irish-Americans and non-Irish alike, the festival cultivates a connection with the old country through multiple performance stages filled with Irish musicians from the U.S., Canada, and Europe. Merchants offer an array of Celtic-themed gifts, jewelry, and embroidered goods, and a children’s area offers entertainment for the little ones, which can include puppet and magic shows, and a petting zoo.
Pulp Juice and Smoothie Bar serves drinks blended with real fruit and freshly squeezed juice. Try one of more than 30 smoothies including Peach Beach, Mango Tango, and Soy Blueberry?each enhanced with a jolt of vitamins. These naturally sweet beverages pair with cafe items such as fresh wraps filled with lean meat and fat-free dressing.
The estheticians at Aesthetic Essentials help clients look their best with skin and body treatments such as facials, Zerona, and Dermarolling, which is much more skin-friendly than its distant cousin—Zamboni rolling. Aesthetic Essentials exclusively uses dermaviduals physiological skin care products which are free of emulsifiers, preservatives, perfume, mineral oils, silicones, and dyes. Waxing sessions whisk unwanted hair away from nearly any area, and beauty injections ward off wrinkles better than a whole bottle of spray starch.