The Top Restaurants In Ohio


Ohio is a melting pot of different cultures. As a result we’ve got a ton of incredible restaurants that take you on a culinary tour of the world. If you’re headed to the Cleveland or Akron area for some great camping, you’ll want to take an evening to try one of the many restaurants that are offered here. Whether you’re looking for good old American fare like burgers and fries or a delicious blend of Mexican spices all spun into a hearty burrito or enchilada, your taste buds are sure to be delighted at what they find in here.


This restaurant is an affordable Italian restaurant that’s located in Akron and has been serving families since 1949. It’s open Monday through Thursday from 11am to 2am; Friday from 11am to 4am; Saturday from 4pm to 4am; and Sunday from 4pm to 2am. This means that even if you’re craving a delicious meal at midnight, you’ll be able to get it at Luigi’s. They offer everything from scrumptious peppers and sausage to pizza that’s legendary.

Melt Bar and Grill

Although not an oldy, this bar is certainly a goody. It opened in 2006 with the goal of providing the cheesiest, most delightful sandwiches and a huge selection of beer to patrons. Melt offers HUGE portions and down home American fare at it’s finest. If you do decide to visit be prepared to wait. This restaurant was featured on Man. Vs. Food on the Food Network and as a result gets visitors from all over!

Tremont Tap House

The Tremont Tap House is Cleveland’s first gastropub and is located in the historic Tremont District on Cleveland’s south side. It includes 48 beer on tap and over 100 beer to choose from (including bottle beer). A warm and inviting atmosphere ensures you’ll want to visit over and over again, while the menu’s scrumptious options made with fresh, local produce promises to delight your taste buds. Whether you’re craving aged rib eye or a simple grilled cheese sandwich, you’ll get your fix at the Tremont.

Lola Bistro 

A product of the famed chef Michael Symon, Lola Bistro bring contemporary European cuisine to Cleveland. You’ll find unique menu options like bone marrow, crispy pig ears, beef cheek pierogi, and more. It might sound weird, but there’s a reason why people come from all over to enjoy this unique culinary treat. Lola is closed on Sundays, but you can make reservation online Monday through Saturday.

If you’re planning a trip to the Cleveland Area you’ll want to check out these restaurants. Of course you can’t hit them up all at once, but that’s just more reason to make several trips to the area.

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