The Lemon Grove is a multi-purpose meeting spot that combines food, coffee, brews, and entertainment. Open until 4 a.m., the kitchen serves a medley of mouth inspiration, including veggie quesadillas ($6.50), Italian beef sandwiches ($8.25), bacon cheeseburgers ($7.50), and pancakes ($4.50), which, along with other breakfast items, are served all day. The menu incorporates fresh, local produce, and meats from Catullo and Boar's Head, purveyors of prime proteins. Meanwhile, the coffee bar serves caffeinated elixirs made from organic, Fair Trade beans that are roasted weekly in Cleveland, and the bar serves a rotating tap of local, import, and craft beers.
Brewmaster Nick Rosich handcrafts eight varieties of beer inside Rust Belt Brewing Company's small-scale fermentation room. Supporters of the brewery can corroborate loyalty claims with a souvenir T-shirt ($15) or baseball cap ($20) or simply tattoo faces with fan mail. A pint glass ($5) or growler ($10) festooned with the rustic logo clutches innumerable bubbly brews in its chilled depths. Though not included in this Groupon, all of the brewery's concoctions are available for purchase, including the Irish red ale, blonde ale, stout, and IPA.
All Starz Sports Grille provides a cozy rendezvous point for friends, lovers, and anonymous football fans seeking a hearty meal in a homey, away-from-home home. Browse the beer-bolstering menu, which includes quarter-pound cheeseburgers ($4.99), jumbo wings ($4.99), and twin hot dogs—conjoined from birth at the ketchup ($4.99). Sports enthusiasts can immerse themselves in a close game or split their attention between 21 HD screens to monitor multiple matches. Cold drafts are available, as are domestic bottles for cautious patrons to converse in bottle-whistled Morse code. Visit on Saturdays to view adrenaline-pounding UFC matches or swing by on Fridays for foot-pounding karaoke.
Walrus Subs uses fresh breads baked daily, hand-sliced meats and cheese, and nutrient-packed veggies to create a scrumptious menu of classic deli sandwiches, salads, burgers, hot dogs, gyros, and soups. Original italian or whole-wheat breads use their grain-stuffed arms to carry cold subs to the mouths of famished foodies or to the oven for toasting. Like a carnivorous yin-yang, the chef’s family recipe chicken salad sub blends light and dark meats (7", $4.75; 12", $6.25), while a turkey sub can be customized with ham or roast beef and one of five types of cheese, including provolone, swiss, or cheddar sauce (7", $5.25; 12", $6.75). Philly-style cheesesteaks lead the oven-baked pack through the culinary kiln, mixing thin slices of rib eye with sweet onions and provolone cheese ($7.25), occasionally stopping at the detailing shop to pick up bacon, cheese-whiz, or pepperoni ($7.75).
Locally owned and operated by a family with more than 25 years of restaurant experience, Inner Circle Pizza has been spinning homemade pizza dough in Austintown since 1999. Watery-mouthed patrons can quell hunger pains with Inner Circle's versatile menu of munchables, which offers a variety of specialty pizzas. Nibble on a chicken bacon ranch pizza ($7.49–$19.99) or admire the thick crust shell on a taco pizza bedecked with sausage, cheddar, mozzarella, taco seasoning, diced lettuce, tomatoes, and a side of sour cream ($3.49–$19.99) as it explodes beautifully against an unadorned wall. Inner Circle Pizza's popular Buffalo wings ($7.50 for 10 wings) are made fresh and lathered in one of a plethora of sauces, such as garlic, ranch, parmesan garlic, teriyaki, or kamikaze—an ideal snack for watching the big game or C-SPAN's newest congressional rock opera. The vast menu also boasts barbecue ribs ($9.49 half slab, $16.99 whole slab), pulled-pork sandwiches ($5.79), Philly steak sandwiches ($5.49), and meatball subs with grilled peppers and onions ($5.59), as well as traditional Italian pasta dinners. Thirsty patrons can delight in the full bar, equipped with liquor, wine, and nine different draft beers for making libations to pizzeria deities.