Macedonia is a city in Summit County, Ohio, United States. The population was 11,188 at the 2010 census. Macedonia is part of the Akron Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Things to do in Macedonia
4.5 based on 43 reviews
First Watch specializes in delicious creations freshly-prepared to order. First Watch begins each morning at the crack of dawn, slicing fresh fruits and vegetables, baking muffins and making French toast batter from scratch. Their fresh, award-winning Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch dishes are made using only the best ingredients without the use of heat lamps or deep fryers. The best part is their creative menu features traditional favorites like omelets, pancakes, salads and sandwiches, as well as signature items like the Chickichanga and classic BLTE sandwich. Their "2 for You" lunch offers half portions of their most popular soups, salads and sandwiches and you can get in and out fast. Their menu's "Healthier Side" features a variety of delicious Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch options for the more health-conscious, including egg white omelets, fresh fruit crepes and their signature Power Wrap. Free WiFi & newspapers are provided.
Between Macedonia and Canton, this was by far the best meal we had. Yes it was breakfast but it was excellent. Parking is somewhat limited, seems to be a local favorite. It was busy but worth the wait. Check it out for a great breakfast.
4.5 based on 49 reviews
This is the typical family-owned, come by after the game or a date type place. The kind you grew up with. They employee local kids with great attitudes. Thank God it's custard (and not icecream!), my heart would have stopped years ago & I don't feel so guilty bying a 1/2 gal. at a time!!!!
4 based on 359 reviews
Welcome to Blue Canyon Kitchen *Tavern. Escape with us. We make it oh-so easy. You simply can't help but leave behind your day-to-day concerns upon entering the Blue Canyon. Perched atop a sandstone bluff overlooking the splendor of far-reaching woodlands, our restaurant is built like no other. Designed in the style of the grand lodges found in America's great national parks, it's a rustic yet elegant dining destination. Hand-hewn cedar logs are complimented by soaring cathedral ceilings and great fieldstone fireplaces. Walls of glass provide dramatic views through hills and valley, offording a clear vantage point clear across the Summit County landscape. It's simply the perfect point of presentation for the creative American Cooking talents of our Culinary Team.Sit back. Relax. Chat. Laugh. The Blue Canyon Kitchen and Tavern affords you the ability to be yourself. Our dining rooms can be grand, yet cozy. Sink in and savor the enviornment around you. Magnificent paintings capture the splendor of the great outdoors. Antler chandeliers cast soft lighting on the bold colors throughout. You're sure to feel right at home in a world both earthy and eclectic, embracing your every attitude, whether it is for casual quick bite or a night of discriminating dining. The menu features "creative American cooking" a unique melting pot of tastes - bold and unpretentious, that combine ethnic flavors with cherished classic dishes. Escape with us, and make the Blue Canyon Dining Vacation Experience your very own.
I took the family for our annual Christmas Eve dinner. In past years, the results have been uneven. The first few years our meals were outstanding. Past winners were lobster and definitely the bacon crusted pork chop.
Unfortunately, neither were on the menu the last two years. Last year, my prime rib was cold. I should have sent it back, but I was part of a large party and did not want to hold everyone up. Later, I found out that others prime rib was cold too.
This year, the food was good. I wouldn't call it great though. The service is always friendly and the atmosphere is nice. The menu seems to have dropped some great items and there didn't seem to be as many specials offered.
We will go again, but I hope the quality and menu goes back to what we experienced a few years ago.
4 based on 171 reviews
Friends and I went here for a light dinner and drinks before a show at the Hard Rock Casino. We were all very pleased with our selections: confit wings, crab cakes, and prime rib shepherd's pie. The portions were very good for a light dinner and quite filling. There was a good selection of wines and craft beers. The service was good, a little bit slow, but nothing that would put us off returning. The menu was on the pricier side but it is a more upscale selection. Would definitely return if I found myself in the area again.
5 based on 3 reviews
Monday night I attended a club meeting where dinner was served and I was very happy for the wonderful meal at Reinecker's Bakery. The food was uniquely tasty and the bakery for dessert was so good I asked for more. There were a few speakers and backround music and I can't remember having a better time while eating. This is a gem of a place. Try it yourself soon.
4 based on 78 reviews
Sometimes I dread wedding meals, because the food is often awful, but we went to a wedding reception at The Winking Lizard, and *everything* was delicious. I plan to try to recreate the bruschetta chicken at home, and I ate the prime rib even though I don't eat beef just because it looked good... and it was!
4 based on 175 reviews
Enjoy classic American fare from our menu while you dine amidst rock and roll history. Experience an authentic rock atmosphere and live, local music on our exciting elevated stage.
MUST BE 21! Hopefully my review will save another family from going out of their way to eat at the HRC like we do in every city we visit. I called ahead and was told there was no wait for a family of 5. Hostess didn't ask if everyone in our party was 21. It is on the website but it's easy to miss on your phone. Website isn't clear on the face that the cafe is IN the casino! Upon arrival with our kids we were stopped at the casino door. Since you must pass through the casino to reach the restaurant, it's 21 and older only. The security guard was very helpful though in helping us find somewhere else to eat nearby.
4 based on 73 reviews
Discover Farm-Fresh Goodness
I had to take my car to Akron but stopped in here for breakfast. I did NOT take any pictures, which is unusual, but it's a Bob Evans... pretty much common knowledge for all!!! The service was OK but my waitress was delinquent in getting me my first coffee. I needed it quick to wake up but she seemed oblivious to this fact.... otherwise, she was OK!!! Good breakfast food, with eggs, french toast, hash browns and sausage!!!!!! Always good!!!!
4 based on 109 reviews
We came for a late lunch on a Wednesday. Service was good- food was OK. Waitress did not explain to my husband that the stuffed pepper was a Cubanella pepper- hotter than he wanted as he as expecting a green pepper that they had run out of for lunch. My vegetable primavera was a standard sauce like I could buy in a Grocery store.
4 based on 42 reviews
After waiting 20 minutes for service, we ordered. No kidding, eight minutes later our food showed up. That was my first indication that the food wasn't going to be quality since it arrived so fast. The food tasted processed. In fact, my son and I ordered two separate meals, and honestly, they looked the same. Save your money and go elsewhere.
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