Discover Restaurants offering the best American food in Wooster, Ohio, United States. Wooster /ˈwʊstər/ is a city in the U.S. state of Ohio and the county seat of Wayne County. The municipality is located in northeastern Ohio approximately 50 mi (80 km) SSW of Cleveland and 35 mi (56 km) SW of Akron. Wooster is noted as the location of The College of Wooster. The population was 24,811 at the 2000 census and 26,119 at the 2010 Census. The city is the largest in Wayne County, and the center of the Wooster Micropolitan Statistical Area (as defined by the United States Census Bureau). Wooster has the main branch and administrative offices of the Wayne County Public Library.
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4 based on 60 reviews
My family and friends and I were passing through Wooster one morning and wanted some breakfast, so we stopped in The Parlor. The dining area's tables were mostly filled, but it wasn't bursting at the seams either. We were seated and the servers were pleasant, but we waited over an hour to get a few simple breakfast items like an egg sandwich and some pancakes. We were starving by the time the food came out and had gone through quite a few cups of coffee while waiting. The food itself was rather mediocre and not worth waiting all that time for.As a side note, they don't take any kind of plastic, so have cash.
4 based on 40 reviews
The onion rings are the best thing here. OMG those are good.I wouldn't recommend the breaded tenderloin, especially if you're a Hoosier and you're use to a thick hand breaded tenderloin. These aren't. It wasn't very good.Now the BIG B sandwich my husband had was good and very filling. It's a nice place to take the family.
4 based on 32 reviews
An new addition right next door to Broken Rocks cafe. We are a gastropub focusing on upscale food, craft cocktails, and craft beers and fine wines.
smaller seating area and bar area with unique menu. interesting collection of appetizers and meals, but sharing the good taste of Broken Rock.
4 based on 84 reviews
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ToGo 2 full orders Rib, swt Potatoes and Broccoli, little skimpy on the broccoli. Shaved Prime Rib sandwich with Fries and an order of Texas Mac n Cheese. Ribs fantastic, again broccoli smaller portion than whatâs normally served in restaurant. The Shaved Prime Rib sandwich was pretty soggy, should wrap in tin foil before putting into the plastic container, it would also help the fries from absorbing moisture
4 based on 201 reviews
The Olde Jaol facility was built in 1865, and was claimed to be the finest sheriff facility of its kind. In 1977 the Wayne county sheriffs department was relocated across the street to a new facility. Subsequently, the old jail was registered as a histori
Had good meal in tavern area and enjoyed the casual atmosphere and great menu. Burgers, sandwiches and apps were good but not great. There are better dining options in Wooster but would definitely return here. Separate restaurant is more upscale/expensive then tavern and have not tried that yet.
4 based on 88 reviews
Their cuisine is traditional Hungarian, German. It is very authentic east European as it compares well with dishes we have had in Germany, Czech Republic and Poland. The facade of the restaurant is deceiving and we almost didn't eat there because I though
Henry Station is a converted Texaco gas station with a corner location at Market Street and Henry Street, logically enough. The building which once housed office and repair shop is now restaurant and kitchen; a porch permits some outside tables, and the area that once had pumps and the drive-through is now parking spots. We were drawn there by promises of Hungarian and German, but it proved even more international, what with Italian and Greek dishes as well. The three of us shared a Gyro salad (9.99); a blue cheese and walnut salad with chicken on top, and with those very generous dishes (easily enough for 3) we drank a bottle of Guinness Draught (4.25) and a microbrewery Old Rasputin Russian Imperial beer (5.00âvery good indeed). The complimentary flatbread with herbs was very good. The service was excellent. The total for 3 people came to $35.70 plus a generous tip.
4 based on 96 reviews
Open 7 days a week, The Granary Restaurant at Pine Tree Barn is located in a restored historic barn overlooking the Killbuck Valley, lakes and family Christmas tree farm, serving lunch only from 11 am until 2:30 pm. The Granary serves a seasonal menu feat
When you step in the door you know your in for a different shopping experience. Not your everyday store. So much to see. And the view, and food from the restaurant. a lone is worth the trip. And of course it is extra special at the holidays. But a treat any time of the year.
4 based on 188 reviews
Spoon Market is located in a historic building in downtown Wooster, OH formally known as The Gold Star Store where locals would shop for their seeds, feed and farm supplies.Spoon Market & Deli opened its doors in June 2011. The idea of creating a neighbor
Visited Spoon for the first time based on TA reviews. Not disappointed, great meal, see pictures. I had the Weird Science sandwich (turkey, swiss, berry slaw on grilled multi-grain bread) with kale chips and a cup of chili and it was fantastic. Wife had the Caprese sandwich with a cup of tomato soup. Son had the grilled cheese on ciabatta bread. Everyone loved their choices, delivered hot and fast to the table.
4 based on 344 reviews
Once known as the "skyscraper" of its day, the historic Germania Hall building, built in 1878, in downtown Wooster has been home to The City Square Steakhouse for over ten years. Award-winning chef Mike Mariola and wife, Emily, opened The City Square Stea
Went here for dinner with 4 business associates and was pleasantly surprised that there was a quality steakhouse in Wooster. Our food was great and the service while a little slow we were in no hurry. Since they were crowded and there was a political fundraiser going on in one of the rooms, and we traveled most of the day to get there being able to relax and take our time was a good thing, I would definitely go there again when in Wooster!
4 based on 574 reviews
The waitress was knowledgeable and offered multiple vegan options, none of which were offered on the menu. I think great option would be for BR to create a menu of these for gluten free, vegetarian, vegan, ect. so they can just hand the list of options they already have to those who have dietary requirements. A simpler option would be to list the dietary options next to the dish on the menu with a small icon. In the end the dish I selected, the portobello sandwich which contained a portobello cap, one piece of lettuce and 3 slices of red pepper, was absolutely flavourless and watery. I would not recommend this to anyone at any price. Unfortunately this doesnât leave me with much confidence that they are able to cater to varied dietary requirements.
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