Food & Drink in Westlake

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Boneyard Beer Farm & Mesquite Grill combines hearty eats with entertainment. HDTVs illuminate trays filled with double-patty burgers and St. Louis-style ribs drowned in house made barbecue sauce, as well as 16 types of sandwich including the hand-made, slow roasted pulled pork. On the weekends, live bands take the stage, serenading ears as fingers busy themselves with wings drenched in one of 15 sauces ranging from mild to devilishly hot.

24940 Sperry Dr
Westlake,
OH
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Plating up palatable Italian cuisine for nearly 20 years, Daddona’s offers lunch and dinner menus loaded with saucy carbs, savory meats, and sautéed love. Kick-start unstopped-up stomachs to savory surfeit with a platter of olive-oil-and-garlic-sautéed Hungarian hot peppers ($5.95) or a portion of unbreaded eggplant parmigiana ($9.95). After sampling a white garlic sauce and romano-cheese-cloaked aglio e olio pizza ($6–$8), reinforce your fork’s self-esteem with a serving of pasta with meatballs or sausage ($10.90), a plate of fettuccine alfredo ($13.95), or a few thoughtful words spoken in kindness. At lunchtime, experiment with ratatouille ($7.95), Daddona’s mix of vegetables sautéed with marinara sauce and topped with mozzarella. For dinner, extend the warmest of saliva-gland welcomes to a breadcrumbed veal romano ($15.95), chicken marsala ($14.95) decorated with fresh mushrooms, or linguine-foundationed frutti di mare ($20.95) of shrimp, scallops, mussels, and clams. Wine, beer, and liquor service is available for those who suffer from water allergies.

29580 Center Ridge Rd
Westlake,
OH
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The best bakery in on the West side. All our pastries our homemade. Kolackes, nut and poppy seed rolls, butter cookies, brownies, cinnamon buns, danish, cheesecakes, birthday cakes, party trays, pepperoni rolls, chicken paprikash, biscotti, pumpkin rolls, muffins, scones, snuggles, and much more...

24961 Detroit Rd
Westlake,
OH
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Built in 1850, the historic Clemens Alten House easily blended into the antique atmosphere of Avon, though it’s strong exterior caught the eyes of Bob Neimojewski, as mentioned in an article from 2001 posted on avonhistory.org. One massive renovation later, the century-old house was transformed into Nemo Grille, a contemporary American restaurant. More than a decade later, guests still enjoy the modern interior, complete with a tin tile ceiling and white-clothed tables, as they dig into creative steakhouse and seafood fare. Chefs stylishly plate slow-roasted Ohio pork belly, ground-veal-stuffed mushrooms, and calamari with a maple-chipotle-lime butter while Certified Angus Beef strip, ribeye, and filet mignons are paired with a black peppercorn cream or a porcini-mushroom-truffle-infused butter. The “moderately upscale restaurant[‘s]…ever-changing menu,” as highlighted by Metro Mix, also enhances fresh seafood and protein-packed meals with a black-misson-fig marsala sauce, foie gras almond glaze, and mascarpone-chive polenta.

36976 Detroit Rd
Avon,
OH
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Since 1984, Champps Americana's kitchen has sizzled with made-from-scratch dishes, satiating sports fans and families with a comfortable atmosphere. Amid sunlit dining rooms, diners seated at wooden tabletops can root for their favorite pixels on flat-screen TVs broadcasting live sports. In the kitchen, chefs prepare pastas with grilled chicken and roasted artichokes, pile buns with barbecued pulled pork and spicy buffalo chicken, and fill soft taco shells with grilled steak. Behind the bar, bartenders whip up specialty cocktails and margaritas and fill goblets with wine and local craft beers on tap.

12 Main St
Westlake,
OH
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White Oaks Restaurant began business in 1928, but its doors wouldn’t open until staff had spied visitors through a peephole, creating an aura of mystery that’s never quite left this fine-dining establishment. Proudly touting its history as a hotspot for imported booze and high-stakes gambling during the Prohibition era, the restaurant—voted Cleveland's best romantic restaurant by viewers of Fox 8 in 2011—now celebrates the legalization of spirits with a towering wine rack and solid-gold bust of Johnnie Walker. Six wood-burning fireplaces cast their crimson glow off plates piled with high-end American cuisine, from succulent seafood to creative game dishes such as venison. Elegant wood paneling spans the lodge-like dining room, where a glass wall on the east end overlooks an arboreal wonderland and burbling creek.

777 Cahoon Rd.
Westlake,
OH
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