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IF YOU GO Where: Riser Tavern & Grill Address: 1135 W. Western Reserve Road (Sparkle Plaza),
As a lover of local history and gourmet dining, I was delighted to discover the Spread Eagle Tavern & Inn in Hanoverton.
College campuses usually have a notable number of fast food restaurants, and Youngstown State University is no exception to this rule. However, just a few blocks north of the university, there’s a new cafe serving locally-grown cuisine that’s both healthy and delicious.
There’s kolachi, and then there’s the kolachi prepared at Butter Maid Bakery in Boardman. The former is sort of like a cubic zirconia while the latter is more like a Hope Diamond. Yes, Butter Maid’s kolachi is that good.
Many times while traveling south on Belmont Avenue I’ve driven past Station Square Ristorante — a familiar landmark since 1986 — but never did I venture inside.
If breakfast is your favorite meal of the day, there’s a new restaurant in town that’s calling your name.
Loni Capan, right, offers pizza to former boxing champion Ray Mancini at the opening of the new Primanti Bros. in Niles Tuesday evening.
Imagine waking up on a summer morning and sitting down to a big country breakfast with farm-fresh sausage, scrambled eggs and piping hot cinnamon rolls.
IF YOU GO Where: Bronzwood Golf Club Address: 9645 Kinsman-Pymatuning Road, Kinsman Phone:
Island music reverberates on the restaurant sound system, spicy aromas float from the kitchen and Caribbean accents fill the air. I close my eyes, and for a moment it’s easy to forget I am having lunch in Youngstown and not passing the afternoon in some exotic eatery on a tropical island.
When patrons step through the door of Carmella’s Cafe in Boardman, they’re greeted by a wall of family photos and a welcoming, stenciled message about the joys of dining with family and friends.
You don’t need to travel to the bayou to enjoy authentic Louisiana barbecue.
If it’s possible to fall in love with a salad, I think I left my heart at Ghossain’s Gourmet Mediterranean Foods.
Sometimes a small town has that restaurant where everybody gathers for down home cooking just like momma used to make.
Fushimi Japanese Restaurant opened just three weeks ago but is already causing a sensation with its Japanese fusion cuisine created with only the freshest ingredients.
Mike’s Penn Grille is known for its delicious seafood and steaks, and with a legion of loyal patrons seeking surf and turf, the popular restaurant is often jam-packed, so much so that seating can be limited.
Everybody loves a story where the hero rises from the ashes to beat the odds.
IF YOU GO Where: Breakfast at Tiffany’s Address: 45 S. Walnut St., Sharpsville, Pa. Phone:
Muscarella's serves dishes handed down for generations as well as new creations.
YOLO in Austintown features a blended menu of delicious dishes.