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.”
At the Kitchen Post, the menu changes, but tacos are tops.
Brothers In Food enjoy their latest stop in their culinary travels.
A Canfield restaurant serves up spicy dishes.
“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.”
Magic Tree's Farm to Table menu puts local ingredients in the spotlight
A local restaurant offers good food right out of the gate.
Calling all foodies! Brothers in Food tasted signature dishes at the CA Restaurant in Boardman
Spread Eagle Tavern hits the trifecta.
Cafe 422 keeps up its long Valley tradition.
DeChellis' found a niche for strombolis and pan-tossed pasta.
In our circle of friends and family, unsolicited advice is readily abundant. Someone is always telling us whom to see, what to eat and where to stick our opinions.
The menu at Breakfast at Tiffany's is wider than a mile.
Dubic’s Palm Cafe is the place to meat up for a picnic.
Rip's Cafe has been a landmark restaurant in Struthers for 80 years.
A new Italian restaurant features an authentic import.
A Boardman restaurant serves up a fiesta for the taste buds.
The Royal Oaks, arguably the oldest bar in Youngstown, first opened in 1934.
Enjoy Hot Macedonian Stew; just don’t Google it.
A Valley treasure, the Elmton is famous for its broasted chicken and its pizza.
On Monday evenings, Middle Eastern food is the specialty of the house.
About a year ago over an evening’s conversation enhanced with 3 fingers of Makers Mark, we decided to go out once a month for lunch and visit some of the diners, drive-ins and dives around Youngstown.