Highland Heights is a city in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States. Originally part of Mayfield Township, Highland Heights is part of the Greater Cleveland area. As of the 2010 census the city's population was 8,345.
Things to do in Highland Heights
4.5 based on 154 reviews
I had a delicious lunch and, while my meal was truly tasty, I also got to admire what others around me had ordered. Most definitely recommended if you like Italian food PLUS everyone gets a slice of cassata cake for dessert with their order. Yum.
4.5 based on 63 reviews
I was recuperating from a bout of illness with limited energy and rather than attempt cooking for my parents, opted to get take out as a Chanukah gift. Latkes, ravioli...it's all carbs!
The ravioli here are HUGE. The order taker said SHE could eat four...knowing our appetites were small, I settled on 3 for each of us...and there were 3 in the small order, 6 in a regular....so I ordered one of each advising that they could ALL be put in one container. Also ordered a salad and some "crostatas".
The ravioli came home packed in two boxes, and the amount of sauce in one was negligible. The elders had more than enough with two a piece, never finished the leftovers and they went down the drain, very sad as they were delicious and clearly homemade. I'm hard pressed to figure out what exactly was different about the crostatas than the breadsticks that come with soup and salad....
On average the meal was $10 a person or so.
I've decided after this visit to give up on the wedding soup. There is way too much white pepper or something in there and I don't enjoy it or the large pieces of greens floating around. Others might.
5 based on 123 reviews
Mitchell's is mine and my husbands favorite ice cream place. The flavors are amazing and change with the season. They also have flavors that stay on the menu year round. There is usually a line, but it goes fast and the staff is always so great. Its definitely worth trying. Everytime we bring someone new to Mitchells thry fall in love with their ice cream!
4.5 based on 47 reviews
Usually do carryout here. Place is always busy. Hummus is delicious! Super smooth and flavorful. Excellent soups, wraps. Taza salad is a favorite. Great option near home.
4.5 based on 112 reviews
A group of 10 people had lunch for two birthdays. The resturant was most accommodating . When we arrived the table was prepared and the staff welcoming . The menu was very extensive for lunch, with more choices that usually avaiable at an Italian resturant for lunch. Each of us enjoyed our meals , which were made exactly as we each specified . Most people had to box their leftovers , due to generous portions. I would highly recommend Piccolo for lunch as well as dinner. Thank you to our find waiter, Brian...
4.5 based on 71 reviews
Very Authentic! The food is always fresh and delicious. We always go for lunch and the food comes super fast, they understand you don't have much time. I love the staff, they are so good at what they do. It is great to have such a great Thai place right here in Lyndhurst. The prices are very reasonable. Beware, you will be hooked!
4 based on 19 reviews
A friend and I went there for their Sunday brunch. The food was delicious and there was a large variety of different foods. We especially liked their salad though the chicken tandoori was also delicious. In all it was a very enjoyable experience.
4 based on 56 reviews
A mob of us came in and were served varying things: a hamburg served on a donut instead of a bun, a cheeseburger served between grilled cheese ("Oh, Cheesus") - me? I had a "Hot and Bothered," - "A blackened burger patty with habanero cheddar cheese, grilled onions, tomatoes, lettuce, jalapenos and Sriracha mayo. " It was extraordinary.
We had pickle fries and sloppy tots as well (sloppy joe and nacho cheese on tater tots).
The atmosphere was fun, the menu a riot in reading and tasty in eating. What a great place. Highly recommend!
3.5 based on 63 reviews
At Austin's, we've been cooking the old fashioned way since 1994. We start with the freshest ingredients we can find, delivered to our kitchen each day of the week. We make everything on our menu from scratch, every day. We grill over hardwood, not gas, the way that it was a long time ago. It may not be the fastest or least expensive way to do business, but for us, it is the only way. We want each meal you enjoy with us to be a memorable and delicious one; so we work hard preparing each dish to order, smoking ribs and brisket, filleting fresh fish, hand cutting steaks, preparing homemade soups daily and baking our fresh breads and desserts. Its a difference you can taste and one we hope you will keep coming back for. At Austin's, everything we do, we do because our customers deserve it. We will always insist on a level of service and quality that helps us deserve you.
I stopped because I wanted something different than the same old offering from Burger World or a mass produced steak house selling premeasured formerly frozen meat blocks. I could tell from the minute I walked in Austin's they were different and old fashioned like the kind of place we all enjoyed when I was younger. I ordered the scallops and some IBC Root Beer and a twice baked potato. That was $25.00 but it hit the spot and I was glad I ordered something I was going to like for sure. I saw a lot of big plate meals coming out of the kitchen so I know a few things I will try on future visits. I can't wait to return. Terri was my server and she was a gem. I don't know what took me so long to try Austin's but I'll be back soon!
4.5 based on 37 reviews
Had the Bacon Cheeseburger with fries and a drink. Everything is made to order and you choose all of the toppings you want when you order your burger. Drinks are self serve.
Peanuts to munch on while you wait for your order.
Burger was 920 calories and the fries were 530. Had no cal drink so as not to go over the top any more than I already did.
Very good, just cannot visit but a couple of times a year due to the high calorie meal.
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