North Royalton is a city in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States. The population was 30,444 at the United States Census 2010. Originally incorporated as a village in 1927, it achieved the status of city in 1961.
Things to do in North Royalton
4.5 based on 63 reviews
I had been told Niko's has the best gyro's and french fries around so I ordered the sampler plate. You get two small gyro's (beef/lamb and chicken) with french fries for $12.50. The chicken had a slightly smoky flavor and I liked it best. The french fries could have been crisper. With 10+ gyros on the menu, it would be great if you could sample more, but no substitutions. I took two home and had them for lunch the next day. They were good cold also!
4.5 based on 84 reviews
D'Agnese's is fabulous Italian dining with a casual, dressy kind of way. Wonderful atmosphere, excellent dishes all the way around - from seafood to meats to pastas - all done to satisfaction. Good service. Priced very nicely. A wonderful surprise and sure to please. Nice!
4.5 based on 248 reviews
This is one of our favorites in Strongsville going back to the early 1980's. The food and service are outstanding. We typically eat in the Pub during the colder months of the year and on the patio when it is warm (this is one of the best patios for dining in the Cleveland area). The Pomeroy House is a great place for a casual dinner, date night, business dinner, or special occasion!
5 based on 36 reviews
Michaelangelos has the best cakes, especially their strawberry cassata cake. We always get this cake for birthday parties. It is a must try.
4.5 based on 45 reviews
We've been going to Jaipur Junction for several years now, and it is always a treat for us. This is my favorite area mid-range restaurant. We love the Chicken Mahkani, Mutter or Palak Paneer, Coral Coast Fish, Lamb Saag... basically have never met a curry there I didn't like. The weekend buffet is a great deal and very mild usually -- and who can turn down unlimited naan?!? Even our little ones are starting to eat from the buffet now, and their spice tolerance is pretty light. We frequently come after church, or pick up carry out on weekdays. You can order mild, medium, hot, or Indian hot if you order from the menu. The Indian hot is pretty spicy -- my father-in-law loves spicy things, and this was hot for him even. So beware before ordering that! I prefer medium or maybe hot if I have yogurt to mix in. Medium is a pretty level crowd-pleaser for your typical American-food-eating adult. We also appreciate that our kids have always been welcome at Jaipur, and the staff didn't bat an eyelash at us bringing a little bit of "American" food for our then-2-or-3-year-old who frankly wasn't ready for highly spiced Indian during buffet time. Oh -- and they cater too -- really good stuff. It pretty much made my day today when I discovered work had catered in lunch from them for the team! YUM. We'll be regularly returning to Jaipur Junction for years to come.
4.5 based on 60 reviews
We dined at the restaurant at the recommendation of friends while visiting the area. Our meals were delicious. I ordered the tomato bisque and C&C pasta while my wife ordered salmon with fingerling potatoes. Our meals were delicious. The pasta included several large shrimp, sausage and chicken cooked in a sauce similar to what you would expect in a jambalaya. My wife's salmon was cooked medium as she likes it and served piping hot. The fingerling potatoes were also very good. Interesting that she had this same meal combination the night before at a very well known Cleveland restaurant. She said the Cleveland restaurant wasn't in the same league as Cork and Cleaver. The service was friendly and efficient. We will definitely return next time we visit relatives in the area.
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 based on 123 reviews
We make everything in house. Pierogies, borscht, stuffed cabbage, paprikash, short rib, crepes, lobster bisque, smoked and cured meat and fish, salads, burgers, sandwiches, grilled meats, stuffed pork. Extensive wine list, beer menu, martinis and cocktails made with all fresh ingredients. Beautiful patio, small private gazebo that perfect for small parties. Live entertainment on weekends. Different varieties of music. Fireplaces on winter, glass enclosed dining area with view. Great place for families, groups, couples, business meetings.
Wow! This place is a gem. I really enjoyed my meal of a beet salad and pierogi. Family members had soup and different pierogi and enjoyed their meals as well. They have lunch and happy hour specials. They also have live music on Saturdays. You will get a good, home cooked style meal here. I can’t wait to go back next time I’m in the area.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
We aren't familiar with the area but the reviews were really good so we decided to try it. We were NOT disappointed. We had a little bit of a wait (it was a Saturday evening so that is to be expected) but it was well worth it. The food was very good at a reasonable price. You get unlimited chips & salsa which were also very good.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
Only been there once, found the place to be ok. The service was good! The waitress very friendly and nice. She served 9 of us and did a good job, The food was good but not special. The atmosphere good. Not sure how things are during games or events. Our lunch was pleasant. Everyone in the place seemed to be satisfied.
Does have bar, plenty of tables and televisions.
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