4.5 based on 125 reviews
This place has several different types of beer and the food is not bad but mainly bar food and the service is pretty good.
4 based on 173 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 irresistible heartland classics and friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere the whole neighborhood can enjoy. We've grown over the years, but always remain true to what makes us successful - delivering a great memorable experience so that every guest leaves with a smile. After all, Max & Erma wouldn't have it any other way.
I was just expecting the standard chain restaurant meal. We just ordered salads, but they were huge, very tasty, and not ordinary. Staff was very friendly and will definitely be back. Can't go wrong
4 based on 68 reviews
My husband were staying at the Holiday Inn Express across the street. Diner like setting. Pleasant Server and Waitress. Big portions for breakfast at reasonable prices. Very good. Will return when in the area again.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
This is the only original Bakery in town unless you include Giant Eagle Bakery which is not the same been going here for over 40 years it is very good the best
4.5 based on 231 reviews
We had high hopes based on the reviews we read so we were most disappointed. The decor needs some updating as the booth we had was in dilapidated condition. We ordered chicken pot stickers. They came cold and without dipping sauce. We sent them back. The server we asked for sauce did not speak English well enough to understand what we wanted. Eventually we did get sauce. The pot stickers returned and were hot. The main courses were fine but not exceptional. The soda was flat.
And we had to wait a long time for a check. Throughout our meal the people at the next table were arguing with the waiter about their check -- and while that is not food-related, it made the dining experience unpleasant. Would never go back here.
4 based on 67 reviews
Stayed at Holiday Inn across street (yes they give hotel discount), and ate three meals in one week. Mostly soup, salad, sandwiches.....its basically a breakfast/bakery place, and the staff are certainly friendly enough, but after three meals in four days its sorta blended together and all started tasting the same...prices are reasonable, its clean, kids no problem, basically a alternative to drive thru fast food places if you have more time.
4.5 based on 95 reviews
We normally go for their fijatas but this time went for their buritto and we liked it.They gave plenty and the cooking was good in fact it was much improved.
4.5 based on 47 reviews
Zoup! - the country's leading fast-casual soup restaurant concept - is defining the category with its award-winning soups, salads and sandwiches, served in a casual, comfortable setting. Each restaurant offers 12 soup varieties each day, from its extensive collection of proprietary recipes. Zoup! offers soups that are low fat, vegetarian, vegan, dairy free, lower calorie and made with gluten-free ingredients.
The staff was very friendly and allowed me to sample whatever soup options I wanted to. However, I only sampled one soup, the Chicken Tortilla Soup, before deciding it was too good to pass up. The restaurant rotates its soup options every day while only keeping two soups the same (I cannot recall which soups do not rotate).
This restaurant is within walking distance of the nearby Hampton Inn, which is great for anyone staying at that hotel or nearby.
4.5 based on 276 reviews
This place has a great beer selection. More than you can possibly try in a visit or two. The food was good, too and reasonably priced. The people were friendly. Nice bar staff. Some scenery. Really cool outside dining area. Too bad it was raining. Definitely on my list to go back to.
4.5 based on 364 reviews
Chill out man! Enjoy one of our award winning beers brewed on site with one of our Headwiches( Sandwiches roughly the size of your head). Our smokehouse wings are slow smoked with hickory and grilled and basted with a house made sauce of your choice. Hickory smoked pulled pork can be found on a stone oven pizza, burrito, a Headwich, on top of a burger, in our chili on top of a mound of our fresh cut fries. Enjoy our uncivilized and aggressive Head Hunter IPA or maybe our Bumbleberry Honey Blueberry ale is more your speed. Cheers!
#1 - GO THERE HUNGRY! Portions are huge / plenty to share! The menu selections seem endless! Ribs, chicken, wings, pasta, salads, burgers, sandwiches, wings & pizza. I had “The Clevelander”, a sandwich of kielbasa, bratwurst, spicy kraut, cheese and Stadium mustard. WOW! One of the best sandwiches I’ve had! #2 - go thirsty! The craft beer menu is also extensive. The night we dined there, they had two smoked beers! A porter and a lager! Both were excellent! Our server, Kelly did a great job. Well done, Fat Heads crew!
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