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First, we didn’t gorge ourselves at someone else’s expense. Second, someone actually called and invited us in to render an opinion. And third, Mark (as he secretly desires) got to stand in front of an adoring crowd as he was introduced as “Doctor.”
Our last trip to 492 McClurg Road was about a year and half ago when we visited the CA Restaurant. We had an outstanding meal with great service in a fine setting.
Located near the intersection of state Route 46 and Shields Road, the Village Pump was opened Feb. 8 by Celina Wolfe and Travis Romine.
From the entry doors to the courtyard in the rear, each step within the Courthouse is a feast for the eyes.
A small house is enough room for a thousand friends. – Syrian Proverb At the crest of the hill on Main Street in Canfield is Zenobia Middle Eastern Cuisine.
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The New Year is a restart. A fresh chance to get things right. Like a third marriage, the triumph of hope over experience.
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Every now and then you need to break the routine and get out of your culinary comfort zone.
Longtime residents of Canfield may recall when this property was a large field, with a driving range for golfers.
Nothing makes Mark’s mouth water more than the promise of good barbecue, so with empty bellies and hungry hearts we ventured to Parkman Road in Warren to taste the offerings at Cockeye BBQ.
This trip to New Castle would be our first to a true “gastropub.”
You bite into a ripe peach. A drop of delicious juice spills over your lips and traces a wet, sticky trail down your chin.
At the Kitchen Post, the menu changes, but tacos are tops.
Combine Brothers restaurant is famous for its pasta.
Brothers In Food enjoy their latest stop in their culinary travels.
“You’ve got to go try my friend’s place, he has unbelievable food,” chimed Rocco. “He owns a Middle Eastern restaurant in New Castle.”