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Equal parts sports bar, event center, and dance club, The Venue soothes the entertainment itch with its constant offering of things to do. Live performances frequently energize the facility, as does karaoke every Friday night. Amid the music, guests face off in pool or various other games, taking breaks between rounds to sip on beers and munch on finger-friendly foods.

4725 Woodville Rd
Northwood,
OH
US

With a diverse clientele, hearty pub eats, and a broad selection of spirits and beers, "Scoundrels always feels alive," according to Patrick Mayock of Metromix Cleveland. While bartenders keep the libations flowing, cooks smoke slabs of ribs in-house, grill half-pound burgers, and bake pizzas in a brick oven. And nearly 20 sandwiches crowd the menu. Outside, the umbrella-covered patio makes for serene dining on a warm summer’s eve. But patrons can get rowdy inside by dancing to the beats of live bands, taking the stage themselves to sing classic karaoke songs, or acting like a bull in a straitjacket.

826 Front St
Berea,
OH
US

Like a camera obscura built around a dinner table, Home Slice Pizza stays forever focused on its cuisine. Within the brick-lined establishment’s kitchen, chefs toss and fire large and extra-large thin-crust pizzas topped with ingredients as classic as pepperoni and anchovies or as original as artichoke hearts, seasoned steak, and A1 sauce. Under this flavor ornamentation lies the pizzas’ true foundation: cheese. Blends of mozzarella, feta, ricotta, cheddar, parmesan, and romano provide a solid base for creative ingredient combinations and add a gooey warmth to every bite. Not content to be confined to pizzas alone, cheese also douses orders of pan-baked cheese bread and supports focaccia subs flecked with herbs and stuffed with hot ham, turkey, bacon, and veggies.

28 S Saint Clair St
Toledo,
OH
US

Fresh veggies, herbs, and spices combine to form the foundation of Tiger Bakery's magnificent Mediterranean marketplace. The deli-style menu reels in traditional tastes from across the Atlantic puddle, including several vegan-friendly options. Sample the cradle of civilization via the ladle of civilization with a small serving of fava bean salad or fatoosh ($4.95/lb.), or enlist the help of hommus ($3.95/lb.) or baba ghanooj ($4.95/lb.) to hush the gastronomic groans of a hungry stomach. Handcrafted fatayer pies ($1.79 each) are impeccably plumped with savory fillings such as spinach and cheese, samboosik, and the beef-and-tomato tastiness of sfiha, as are classic sandwiches like the falafel, tawook (chicken), and gyro ($3.59 each). Ensure that your every nook and cranny is nourished by rounding out your repast with mini breads ($1.79 each), various rice dishes ($4.95/lb.), or individual kababs fresh from the grill ($1.99 each).

6710 W Central Ave
Toledo,
OH
US

Diners open Pat & Dandy's eclectic menu before deciding whether they will cut through thick steaks or munch on ribs, seafood, and burgers. Wing appetizers invite dining duos to share 10 chicken morsels coated in a choice of eight sauces, including P & D's sauce which, like a kiss from the tasmanian devil, is both sweet and hot. Entrees include a 16-ounce T-bone steak grilled to order. Barbecue chicken breasts and five bones of the eatery's signature ribs balance out plates, and chefs batter and fry eight butterfly shrimp before shedding a single tear as they flutter away. For lunch, teeth sink into forkless fare such as the Cajun burger's half-pound patty and two slices of bacon. Idling eaters can turn their brain containers toward sporting events shown on 43 TVs lining the casual eatery's walls, or venture out to the patio to nibble eats with a side of sunlight and active listening clouds.

3340 W Laskey Rd
Toledo,
OH
US

The grill-masters at Legends sling up signature hot dogs, burgers, and traditional American fare to athletics aficionados in a casual sports-bar atmosphere. The menu showcases variations on a ballpark standard, such as the lucky dog, a half-pound of black Angus beef ($6.99), and the all-beef kosher t-o big dawg ($2.49), which fetches french fries on command. Pile puppies high with additional toppings of sauerkraut, chili, cheese, or jalapenos (75 cents each), or forego cylindrical meats in favor of the rodeo burger, a juicy patty anointed with a sizzling crown of bacon, cheddar, and onion straws ($7.99). Baskets of wings arrive swirled in chipotle lime, spicy barbecue, or one of 13 other sauces zestier than a quick-tempered umpire ($7 for 10 wings).

925 N Court St
Medina,
OH
US