A member of the Mahoning Valley Burger Review Board (MVBRB), consisting of seven individuals on a relentless quest to find the absolute best burgers in the Mahoning Valley. They have made it their mission to visit the most popular eateries, as determined by their readers, and then report back with all of their findings. They are now bringing that mission to the pages of The Vindicator and to Vindy.com.
Less is more. You usually hear that when a menu only offers a little, but at Krakatoa it’s the truth. The restaurant does not have a huge menu, but what they do have explodes with flavor.
It takes a lot of time, patience and quality growing materials to grow a healthy, fruit-bearing lime tree.
When you are deciding where to go out to eat in this area, the first type of restaurant that comes to mind is usually Italian, because there are so many.
By ANTHONY FUDA The Geneva area of Lake Erie holds two favorite burger spots.
In the shadows of the old steel mills sits a little bar in Masury. The bar has been around since the 1940s, moving from owner to owner, finally settling on Moe’s Place, named after Moe Hejazi, who bought the establishment four years ago.
Winners abound in Burgers, Beards & Brews.
‘Fat N’ Furious’ crew to judge event.
What goes best with music and a couple beers? If you said a juicy, tasty burger, you would be right.
Everyone wants to be on top. People climb to the top of the tallest mountain, go to the top of the hill to get the best view, and wait in hour-long lines to ride the tallest roller coaster.
A New Castle restaurant serves up 17 burger varieties.