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Park Street Pizza: Locally Sourced Eats in Ohio Amish Country

Posted by on Sep 28, 2014 in Canton, Eats, Elsewhere, Header | 2 comments

Head west along Route 39, about 30 minutes south of Canton, and you’ll find lush rolling farmland, quaint Amish shops, picturesque Ohio wineries, and some of the best pizza in the region.

Wait. What?

It’s true; amid an area best know for homestyle roast beef, mashed potatoes, and fried pies {not that there’s ANYthing wrong with fried pies} is a hidden gem called Park Street Pizza.Read More

L’Albatros Brasserie – A Cleveland Must

Posted by on Aug 12, 2014 in All Posts, Cleveland, Drinks, Eats, Header | 2 comments

Cleveland’s boom in excellent restaurants is wonderful… obviously. But with the drastic increase in dining options, comes the inevitable turnover of establishments. Whether a restaurant opened at the wrong time, or is in the wrong place, it just happens.

However, restaurateur Zack Bruell has managed to keep a handful of these places going for over ten years – including one of my favorite places in Cleveland yet, L’Albatros.… Read More

Canton Farmers’ Market: Locally Grown, Locally Made

Posted by on Jul 24, 2014 in Canton, Eats, Header, Shop | 2 comments

BLTs, grilled corn on the cob, peach crisp, cool cucumber salad...the best summertime eats start with locally-grown, farm-fresh fruits & veggies. And in Canton, we have an abundance of local growers and producers right here in the "neighborhood." Last summer, I wrote about Countryside Farmers' Market in Peninsula, Ohio. It's one of my faves: a huge market with 50+ diverse vendors, food trucks, and live entertainment. If you haven't been, it's definitely worth a visit. Sometimes, though, my Saturday schedule simply doesn't allow for a 2+ hour excursion.
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