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Third time is a charm at Scacchetti's Ironwood Grille
Bistro 1907 is inside the DoubleTree hotel, 44 E. Federal St., Youngstown
Every October, Americans celebrate one of the tastiest months of the year – National Pasta Month.
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.
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.
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.
Space Kat serving small plates in a big way
There was something unusually comforting about our experience at Das Dutch Haus.
Yes, the Lenten season is here.
Tapas use simple ingredients, presented in an unpretentious but flavorful fashion
In the hustle and bustle of Route 224, there is a little spot serving up a staple of tasty Greek dishes.
With cooking skills taught by a mother, with a name for the restaurant inspired by a grandmother, Jorge Carreno and his wife , Amy, are cooking for success at Margherita’s Grille in Girard.
Every once in a while, we are gently reminded to count our blessings. Sometimes it
StoneBridge Grille and Tavern has lofty aspirations.
IF YOU GO What: Pho Viez Where: 3971 Main St., Mineral Ridge Hours: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday
Boneshakers, which opened in July 2016, is named after the old high-wheeler bikes (also known as a penny-farthing) from the mid-1800s.
IF YOU GO What: Whitefire Grille Where: 6580 Ironwood Blvd., Canfield Phone: 330-702-9866
Our first food stop of the year led us to a new restaurant featuring fresh Middle Eastern food and an owner with more energy and enthusiasm than imaginable.
It’s the eve of election night as the final edits are being made to our monthly masterpiece; it’s hard not to think of how the choices ahead of us will influence the coming years. The dearth of civil discourse is polarizing to say the least, but also leaves us hungry for something good, something to nourish the soul. So you have to find comfort where you can, and for us, it is often in a good meal.
When you approach The Italian Village, you might think you are walking into an ordinary pizza shop. Let’s be clear, there is nothing wrong with pizza shops. Growing up our neighborhood establishments were mainstays of family dining. But when we walked into Eugene’s place, the first thing that stood out was the floor-to-ceiling photos of family; his Italian immigrant ancestors.