Grand Rapids is a village in Grand Rapids Township, Wood County, Ohio, United States, along the Maumee River. The population was 965 at the 2010 census. Grand Rapids is served by a branch of the Weston Public Library.
Things to do in Grand Rapids
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Saturday afternoon visit. It was awesome pizza. The service was excellent. Weston is not a big city but the people are friendly. The piggy bread was great. One member of our group had a sub and said it was great. Beer was cold. Inside of the building was decorated nicely. Out side could use a little touch up. Will go back again because it is a great small town business.
5 based on 2 reviews
Passing through and stopped for a treat! Ice cream is smooth and creamy and slushes were amazing and very affordable for a big family!
4 based on 21 reviews
There were so many bikers (motor cycles) at this place we figured it had to by good. My dad always told us growing up if a place has lots of cars it's got to be great. So they had lots of bikers stopping for ice...MoreThank you, yes the nice weather brings out the bikers, motor and pedal. Glad you enjoyed the Maple Pecan ice cream. It is made with real maple syrup and is a new flavor this year.
4 based on 2 reviews
we stopped in for a little desert. I guess they have pies, but we were told you have to order them. I had a cherry turn over, my wife had a fritter. Both were OK, but nothing to rave about. Clerk was not overly helpful and selection was small, but it was late afternoon. The morning might have a better selection
4.5 based on 56 reviews
Visited Knucklehead's for lunch with 14 members of the Glass City Corvette Club. Even with a large group the service was outstanding with food being brought out quickly for all the diners. Their creamy mac and cheese specials aren't to be missed along with their super hamburgers, fries, cole slaw, baked beans, BLT's and many other sandwich choices. All were prepared as ordered and tasted great. Don't miss this one.
4 based on 122 reviews
We had a wonderful dining experience on the deck overlooking the Maumee River. The owner is a true hands on guy. Our food and service was excellent. The lobster bisque was as good as I ever have had. Watching orioles eat grape jelly wasn't too bad either.
3 based on 1 reviews
The food is good but if you want to eat in I would suggest their restaurant in Weston, Ohio...it has a nice atmosphere, clean and updated. McClure's is in need of an extensive remodel/update. Even a good coat of paint to brighten it up would help and new flooring.
4 based on 51 reviews
Heard alot about this place from relatives in the area. Saw "Lake Steaks" on the menu-beer battered perch filets....so I assumed that they were yellow perch from Lake Erie, instead I got Nile perch from who knows where. No reason to do this! I know, I know....I should have stuck with beef but getting yellow perch was too tempting.
5 based on 12 reviews
Great dawgs at great prices. Nice service with a friendly smile. Got to enjoy a couple of chili dogs after a big day boating at Mary Jane Thurston park. Big selection of delicious toppings.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
We stopped with a large group of family members. One of the first things that hit me was that the place was clean. I always look at that first. The wait staff was friendly and fast. Because there were so many of us we ordered a variety of foods but mostly pizza. It was really good! I loved the crust.
While we were waiting we noticed the pizza oven. If the type of heat makes a difference to the flavor maybe that was the secret. It was GOOD.
I did notice the name on the pizza oven didn't match the name of the restaurant but I didn't give it much thought at the time. It turns out it's recently changed hands.
The atmosphere in the room was good too. Nice wood walls, large clean bathrooms. I wish I lived closer. I'd eat here all the time. We fed 9 people FULL for $75 including drinks.
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