4 based on 171 reviews
Friends and I went here for a light dinner and drinks before a show at the Hard Rock Casino. We were all very pleased with our selections: confit wings, crab cakes, and prime rib shepherd's pie. The portions were very good for a light dinner and quite filling. There was a good selection of wines and craft beers. The service was good, a little bit slow, but nothing that would put us off returning. The menu was on the pricier side but it is a more upscale selection. Would definitely return if I found myself in the area again.
4.5 based on 49 reviews
This is the typical family-owned, come by after the game or a date type place. The kind you grew up with. They employee local kids with great attitudes. Thank God it's custard (and not icecream!), my heart would have stopped years ago & I don't feel so guilty bying a 1/2 gal. at a time!!!!
5 based on 9 reviews
I saw an advertisement for this bakery. They had some very delicious specials for St. Patrick's Day so we purchased some Paczki's with Baileys cream inside, some Baileys Cream Puffs and also some Lucky Charms donuts. All of them were so good I would go back again. I highly recommend! They also have many different pierogis and ethnic items, nutroll and poppyseed roll. Everything looks so good. They had more items I did not try such as stout donuts, St. Patricks cookies, Irish soda bread and Reuben calzones.
5 based on 1 reviews
So clean and they offer a variety of options for the weary, hungry, traveler. Starbucks is Starbucks wherever one goes. Awesome.
4 based on 175 reviews
Enjoy classic American fare from our menu while you dine amidst rock and roll history. Experience an authentic rock atmosphere and live, local music on our exciting elevated stage.
MUST BE 21! Hopefully my review will save another family from going out of their way to eat at the HRC like we do in every city we visit. I called ahead and was told there was no wait for a family of 5. Hostess didn't ask if everyone in our party was 21. It is on the website but it's easy to miss on your phone. Website isn't clear on the face that the cafe is IN the casino! Upon arrival with our kids we were stopped at the casino door. Since you must pass through the casino to reach the restaurant, it's 21 and older only. The security guard was very helpful though in helping us find somewhere else to eat nearby.
4.5 based on 22 reviews
After a bad experience with the Handel's in Canton(where we never ended up trying the ice cream), on our way through Cleveland we decided to look up another Handel's to try and decided to get off our road trip and stop at the Northfield store. The flavors were very impressive and we were excited to try some on a very hot July Sunday afternoon. Having never had their ice cream, I asked the girl working the counter the difference between the two sizes. She told me the small was 2 1/2 scoops and the medium was 3 1/2 scoops. So I took a few minutes to make my choice and asked for a small, with two different flavors...cherry vanilla and chocolate. She said if I wanted two flavors, I would have to order the medium(3 1/2) scoops.. I told her I only wanted a small, but wanted to try two flavors...one of each. She said they don't do that. If you want two different flavors it has to be a medium....my question is why? Why can't you have a scoop of each in a small. Having been a loyal Honeyhut customer for several summers on road trips through the Cleveland area, I was very disappointed that Handel's does not offer their customers a choice of flavors like their competitors do. The ice cream was very good, but I would have liked the option of trying more than one flavor when I had to get two scoops. Sounds trivial, but the bottom line is customer satisfaction and Handel's does not get a good review from me in that area.
4 based on 109 reviews
We came for a late lunch on a Wednesday. Service was good- food was OK. Waitress did not explain to my husband that the stuffed pepper was a Cubanella pepper- hotter than he wanted as he as expecting a green pepper that they had run out of for lunch. My vegetable primavera was a standard sauce like I could buy in a Grocery store.
4 based on 95 reviews
Although most of the food was decent, you had to hunt for the seafood through the various stations, as there did not seem to be much rhyme or reason to it. We are basically talking about shrimp cooked a zillion ways, some mediocre salmon, some baked whitefish, clam strips, and a handful of oysters and mussels in the shell. It was ok, but I suspect we won’t be returning.
4.5 based on 40 reviews
We came to Guiseppe's after reading another Trip Advisor review and although we didn't have reservations (and they were at max capacity) they accommodated us at the back bar which was like sitting at the chefs table with a view of the hardworking staff and kitchen! Amazing food included Homemade soup and calamari starters, and for our mains we ordered Lasagne, Penne with Smoked Salmon and a Lamb Shank/Pasta special. I can only say the service and the food was amazing!
4.5 based on 29 reviews
This pizza parlor will remind you of the '60's (if you're old enough) when you walk in through the door, they even have a juke box machine. Fresh dough & toppings make for an excellent pizza.
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