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This year, we had a wire-to-wire Burger of the Year winner.
Rave reviews If you go What: The Manor Where: 3104 S. Canfield Niles Road, Austintown
We took a little stroll back to the Roaring ’20s and found a tasty burger along the way.
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.
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.
Restaurant is built on one of the locks used for moving ships to and from the waterways
The Royal Oaks opened its restaurant/bar doors in 1934, and after prohibition was repealed, it received Youngstown’s first liquor license, and from there, it got fun.
After the last point is scored in the NCAA Tournament, an even bigger tournament begins, and it’s sweeter than the Sweet 16.
For those about to rock..., we invite you to try a burger at Mojo’s, and we’ll salute you, too.
Rounding the turn and taking a commanding lead down the stretch, the No Brainer Burger is charging hard. The Interstate Burger sees an opening and makes its move, and at the wire ... we all win.
Psst, it’s that time again. Time to announce the 2017 Burger of the Year.
A true farm-to-table experience at Peter Allen Inn.
One hundred years and only four owners. To make that boast, you must be continuing a strong, rich heritage.
The old saying goes “Everything’s bigger in Texas.” In the Mahoning Valley, the saying should say “Everything’s bigger in Newton Falls.”
On May 3, the Emerald Diner was reopened and ready to serve the hungry people of Hubbard, and whoever else passes through town.
And it all starts with one. That one thing is a mouthwatering burger from JR'z Pub.
On the eighth day of creation, God said “Let there be burgers.”
Just like the phoenix rises to create something magical, the Phoenix Fire Grill & Bar in Canfield has a burger that rises from the grill and creates a mystical taste in your mouth.
Big D’s Newton Grill is THAT burger, wins 2017 Badurik’s Butcher Block Meat 16