Reviews on Bar food in Middleburg Heights, Ohio, United States. Middleburg Heights is a city in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States. The population was 15,946 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 70 reviews
Our menu is filled with classic American dishes like steak, salmon, burgers, sandwiches and salads, as well as other traditional favorites like slow-roasted prime rib and our famous chicken tenders, all at a great value.
Went here early on a Monday evening in time for happy hour. It was not crowded (Monday) but we enjoyed our experience. We got several appetizers (fried pickles, fried cheese sticks, and something else I didn't try and don't remember). They were OK, but nothing to write home about. But we thought they were great for the happy hour price, as were the drinks (beer and wine). I got the steak and rib combo. The steak was cooked perfectly medium rare and tender, and the ribs were fall off the bone and very tasty. And the price was quite reasonable. Our waiter was great, with attentive service and personable without being pushy. The others in our party of 4 enjoyed their meals as well. All in all we were pleased with the experience and plan to go back again.
Tavolo 72 is an Italian restaurant located on the ground level of the Crowne Plaza Cleveland Airport Hotel in Middleburg Hts., Ohio. Our hand-crafted menu offers a variety of items that will please all palates. Ranging from bubbling parmesans, to juicy st
I don't usually eat in hotel restaurants in the US unless there's no real alternative, many are both overpriced and serve bad food, but we were staying across the street and the reviews didn't indicate it was in a hotel, so we chose it before we realized. We scouted it out before deciding whether to go elsewhere, and it was busy enough that we decided it would be okay. We were pleasantly surprised. Only the bar area was open on a Saturday night, but the tables there were fine. We both had the Margherita Flatbread, which was pretty good. The menu had a good range of choices. The prices were a bit high for a casual restaurant, but reasonable by hotel restaurant standards.Thank you techot for the review. We hope to see you again!
4 based on 110 reviews
I had been to the restaurant in the past with family and friends and was pleased with the experience. I stopped for a sandwich and beer solo after a long day of traveling and business meetings. I ordered chicken noodle soup, reuben and fries and a pint of sandstone beer. Everything was delicious. The soup was thick with large chunks of chicken and noodles in a nice broth. The reuben was enormous and piled high with corned beef - it was a little too greasy but otherwise delicious. The portion of fries was huge and they were excellent - much better than your average pub. My server was friendly, prompt and helpful. The sandstone draft is my favorite of their brews.
4 based on 32 reviews
Where The Home Team Plays! New home-style menu w/ American flare! Daily happy hour 11-7pm. Heated patio, party room & friendly atmosphere!
Stopped there with a friend had a cup of the potato cheese soup. OMG! It was so good hot and thick with large pieces of potato topped with real bacon, cheese and scallions. Also had the wings like that I was able to get just the flappers don't like drum sticks. They were great. My friend had the french bread pizza. She said it was great. Will be back!Hi Sharon, thank you so much for coming in! It is awesome to hear that you enjoyed our Homemade Potato Cheese Soup, and your friend likes our french bread pizza! We are glad that we were able to make your day with serving you just the flapper wings. We can't wait to see you back!
3 based on 145 reviews
Brew Garden offers a great time whether you are enjoying our patio, attending a private event, or just coming in for dinner. We have 30 beers on tap with an emphasis on Ohio Craft Beer (Drink Local). We serve an eclectic pub fare and smoked BBQ. All meats
Dined here one night, while in town on business. The initial service at the bar was a bit slow, due to a new bar tender, who didn't fully understand where everything was on her touchscreen computer... that's okay... there's always a "learning curve", with a new job.Once finally waited on, the beer was good and cold... I had a Fat Heads - Head Hunter. The wings that I had ordered to go came out super fast... before I could finish my beer. The wings were larger than I remember from a prior visit, and were cooked to perfection.
4 based on 81 reviews
We were able to bring our dog onto the patio. Fellow diners didn't seem to mind and in fact, our pup was the center of attention for about five minutes. The menu had a good selection. They do have a gluten free menu which my husband needs as he has Celiac Disease. He had the steak salad minus the pretzel croutons. I had the Paradise Tuna which was delicious. The vegetable was corn on the cob. It was buttery and sweet, but the silk wasn't removed and I had to pick it off. There was a little confusion when we were first seated as to which server had our table. My husband asked the hostess if someone was coming over to help us and finally, a server came over. If we didn't have our dog with us, we probably would have left when a server didn't come to us. My husband isn't usually that patient. Overall, we enjoyed the dinner and the atmosphere.
4 based on 156 reviews
On a crowded Friday evening we sat at the bar and had a great meal. The atmosphere, the staff, and the food were all welcoming. Besides, we were a short walk from Kulas Hall on the campus of Baldwin Wallace College, where we were going to a concert. Good choice of beers, wine, and other bar items. Generous helpings and a variety of food options on the menu.
4 based on 142 reviews
We are located in the Sheldon Townhouse building.
Went with a group of beer lovers, though I'm limited to Non-Alcoholic beer. Unfortunately, Fat Head's had run out of their NA beer. When I expressed my disappointment, the server basically told me that NA beer didn't have a place there and I was asking for too much in an NA beer.I ended up with a soda which makes me feel out of place in a Brewery with a group of beer drinkers.We ordered a variety of appetizers and wings. The wings were amazing. We got them with a couple of sauces on the side (N. Carolina Gold and Buffalo, if I remember right). Both were very good.
4 based on 205 reviews
In 1972, Max & Erma created a fun, unique restaurant so friends and family can gather for good times and a great meal, and decorated it with eclectic artifacts and local paraphernalia. Since that day, we've been committed to providing our guests with irre
Went here with a coupon from the paper. Prices are low and there is a good variety to choose from. My husband said his Reuben was good but my hamburger which was ordered as medium-well was pink throughout. I tried to eat most of it but couldn't finish. Jacob, the server, tried to make it right by giving me a free dessert and said I should have complained earlier so he could have fixed it. That was good service recovery. He was overall a great server, coming to the table often to see if we needed anything.
4 based on 297 reviews
Not much to look at from the outside. Inside itâs surprisingly large, with nice decor and comfortable booths. Our server, Katlyn was very friendly and helpful. She gave us some recommendations. I had to try the JalapeÃ±o Cornbread, itâs a warm whole loaf, very good. And the Barbecued Spaghetti was too intriguing to pass up. Think Chili spaghetti with Barbecued pork instead of chili. I really liked it. The Buffalo Chicken Wrap was good. The Margherita Chicken Sandwich had good taste but the Ciabatta Bread was so hard, you could break a tooth. Overall, a very good meal.
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