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Traditional, rustic Italian food
I first discovered Hart Mansion Restaurant while browsing social media and noticing a photo of a beautiful Victorian mansion high on a wooded hilltop.
A trip to Portland, Ore., inspired Celina Wolfe and Travis Romine to do something different here in the Mahoning Valley.
What goes well with a great burger? A great, cold beer you say. Well, at Crooked Tongue Brewing you get the best of both worlds.
Make your next fiesta one to remember with colorful decor, festive touches and, perhaps most importantly, unique and mouthwatering recipes that bring guests back for seconds.
Treasure Hunter wines has developed one of the largest cult followings of any label in the United States.
By REBECCA S. NIEMINEN IF YOU GO Where: Beautiful Whirl’d, 141 W. Market St.,
By Jim Cyphert Mahoning Valley Flight Crew If You Go Location: Paladin Brewing
Anniversaries are special. People celebrate work anniversaries, high school and college graduations, and some people just celebrate tomorrow.
Palate, nestled in the corner of the unassuming Westgate Plaza, opened in May 2017 by the restaurant’s co-owner and chef, Sam Michael. Michael, a native of Philadelphia, worked in his parents’ bakery and pizza shop as a young man.
I’ve been writing the Drinks column now for almost five years, and I’ve really enjoyed sharing my wine selections and adventures with everyone in the Mahoning Valley. I’m equally excited for the opportunity to begin exploring spirits and cocktails with my readers.
TIPS for hosting a HEALTHY SUMMER COOKOUT Family Features When people think of barbecues, many
Bringing full-throttle approach to craft beer scene.
Restaurant is built on one of the locks used for moving ships to and from the waterways
The amount of unsolicited advice one receives on a golf course can be daunting. Keep your head down, loosen your grip, hit down on the ball, finish your swing and ... blah, blah, blah.
By BRIAN FRY firstname.lastname@example.org Rodney Strong Vineyards is one of the oldest and
This self-proclaimed mom-and-pop diner serves delicious made-from-scratch Italian and American fare.
The Royal Oaks opened its restaurant/bar doors in 1934, and after prohibition was repealed, it received Youngstown’s first liquor license, and from there, it got fun.
Space Kat serving small plates in a big way
The Ohio Grape Industries Committee (OGIC) kicked off its Ohio Wine Month celebration at an evening event at the Ohio Statehouse.