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$25 for $50 Worth of Fine-Dining Cuisine
Guests can nibble on any dish from the restaurant's dinner menu, which includes the 10-ounce top sirloin ($22.99), pan-seared tilapia ($21.99), and orange-glazed duck ($21.99).
3 Point Restaurant
For Domenic Fragomeni and Chad Leek, the quest to open a restaurant began on a basketball court. The two met during a pickup game of hoops in 2008, during which they discovered that they both had a passion for entertaining guests and getting trounced by the Harlem Globetrotters. Their friendship eventually blossomed and led to the foundation of a casual fine-dining spot in downtown Akron—a place where busy professionals can grab a quick bite during lunch and diners can savor a gourmet meal for dinner.
The duo's menu of hand-cut steaks and fresh seafood springs from the sauté pan of Chef Josh Pere and the old-world recipes of Olympia Fragomeni; more than 20 inventive martinis flow from the shakers of a team of experienced bartenders.
What some people are buzzing about:
91% of 717 customers recommend
“Food was delicious - Service was impeccable - Atmosphere was urban chic. Overall, a great dining experience although higher priced than we are used to.”
“I had the stated restuarant Signature Lamb Dish. There were 8 lamb chops and they were the best ones that I have ever eaten. The lamb was cooked medium which was...”
“I had the stated restuarant Signature Lamb Dish. There were 8 lamb chops and they were the best ones that I have ever eaten. The lamb was cooked medium which was perfectly seared on the outside and a bit pink and juicy inside. My wife had a grouper and seared scallop dish which was excellent as well.”