4386 State Route 43
Kent, OH 44240
Phone: (330) 678-9927
Fax: (330) 678-7695
The Lockview is a casual, retro-style bar and restaurant with a menu that is sure to warm your heart. With everything from scrumptious gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, re-invented tater tots, sinfully rich mac 'n' cheese and other comfort foods on offer, this delightful eatery is just the place to head to for a relaxed meal with loved ones. The drink selection is just as impressive as the food is delicious, boasting an ever growing variety of over 200 beers, wine, cocktails and spirits. Grab a seat at the patio for a touch of sunshine with your meal, or mingle with friendly strangers at the bar. With its stellar location near some of the city's most popular entertainment venues, the bar attracts quite an eclectic mix of people, infusing the space with a cheerful vibe.
Bricco Restaurant serves an American and Italian menu and is famous for offering some of the best hamburgers in town. Bricco Restaurant serves a scrumptious side dish menu to go with their impressive beverage list. You can choose from a variety of unique cocktails, wines, beers or other spirits to accompany your meal. The casual ambiance and friendly staff are very welcoming. Unwind yourself from your busy day as you enjoy some refreshing cocktails at Bricco Restaurant.
Located on the East Waterloo Road, Ripper Owens Tap House is an independent sports bar and restaurant that will charm you with its rock music theme and reverberating ambiance. The walls of the bar and restaurant are decked with various rock memorabilia that pay homage to rock musicians and bands. As for the food, one can dine in on the regular American fare of burgers, steaks and sandwiches listed on its menu. The well-crafted beer available on tap and in bottles complement your treat here. If you want to lend your voice to some of the songs then visit the bar during karaoke nights on one of the weekdays with your friends. However, if you want to make the most of your weekend night in the city, visit one of the stellar performances held inside the Ripper Owens Tap House and you won't regret it. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
Michael Trecaso's Restaurant is known to serve a scrumptious Italian meal on your plate. This restaurant is popular for serving some of the best pizzas in town. Though this restaurant doesn’t serve alcohol, it is famous for its delightful desserts. Michael Trecaso's Restaurant pampers all the dessert lovers with their fresh homemade ice creams. Their warm decor and friendly staff are sure to give you a delightful dining experience.
Aladdins Eatery serves some of the best Lebanese cuisine and is popular for Shawarma and hummus preparations. Committed to serving the best, this restaurant ensures tasty food without compromising on health factor and uses fresh and finest quality ingredients in its making. They offer an extensive choice of vegetarian diet and fresh juices. Apart from this, it offers an extensive bar menu to choose from. The warm decor of this restaurant complements the vibrant flavors of the menu served here. Its friendly staff is sure to give you an outstanding dining experience with their excellent service.
Downtown 140 is an upscale American restaurant in Hudson, just south of Cleveland. The restaurant's décor is simple and elegant, with golden and brown woods mixed with black. The menu is divided into “smallest,” “small,” and "not-so-small" plates. Small plates are tapas-style, such as Artisan Cheeses or Kobe Beef Short Rib Dumplings. Small plates are appetizers such as Cheese Fondue or salads like Baby Beet or Warm Spinach. The not-so-small plates tend to be meat-based entrées like Prosciutto Wrapped Grouper or Beef Filet. Downtown 140 also has an extensive, award-winning wine list, and offers live music on Sunday nights. - Marjorie Jensen
One Red Door is a contemporary chef driven American tavern, using only the freshest, seasonal produces to concoct scrumptious food to suit different palates, prices and comes in varying sizes. The dining room envelops you with its warm glow emanating from its golden hued woods and earthy bricks. One Red Door is trendy yet affable offering handmade cocktails and an extensive wine and beer lists. Some of the menu highlights are the Steak & Frites and Carmelized Maine Sea Scallops. Enjoy this modern American tavern with their contemporary bar bites and fine drinks.
D'Agnese's Tomato Grill is a local favorite for its wide array of delicious entree choices such as chicken and veal saltimbocca and Gorgonzola crusted grouper. With a full service bar serving an vast wine, martini and beer list, the restaurant is open seven days a week for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. The food is a blend of traditional and contemporary Italian dishes. They also cater for various events.
Marcelita's Mexican Restaurant is an award-winning Hudson tradition, having been open since 1978. Its menu aims for authentic Mexican food instead of the more common American Tex-Mex, which to Marcelita's means "flavors rather than hotness." Marcelita's offers the usual combination plates, enchiladas, nachos, burritos, and tacos. There are also several dinner specials, such as Veggie Fajitas with squash, zucchini, yams, broccoli, peppers and onions, or Pollo con Frijoles Negros, a chicken breast black bean stew. Marcelita's also offers several signature margaritas, with a happy hour between 3-7p on weekdays. Live bands also play Marcelita's on Friday and Saturday evenings. - Marjorie Jensen
Ken Stewart's Grille appears to be a normal, upscale steak-and-seafood restaurant at first glance, but its menu ends up being much more varied. There are traditional steaks such as the Peppercorn Filet or New York Strip, but there's also a contemporary-flavored Grilled Flank Steak with wasabi, ginger and soy sauce. Seafood options include Macadamian Nut Crusted Ahi Tuna or Sun-Dreid Tomato Crusted Grouper, while vegetarians have a few options, such as Penne pasta or a Seasonal Grilled Vegetable Platter. The décor is warm, based around bricks and earth tones. Ken Stewart's also has a full bar and a large, award-winning wine selection. - Marjorie Jensen
Open since the 1950s, the Diamond Grille is Akron's oldest steakhouse. Behind a subtle, unassuming exterior in downtown Akron, the décor reflects the classic 50s steakhouse look. The menu is traditional steak-and-seafood fare, but oriented towards specialized steaks, with filets, strip steaks, and more. Appetizers include traditional steakhouse fare such as sumptuous shrimp cocktails. The Diamond Grille is also a good place to people-watch when the PGA Tour is in Akron, as the pro-golfers often eat there. The Diamond Grille also features a full bar. Patrons should note that the Diamond Grille does not accept credit cards. - Marjorie Jensen
Prime 93 is a distinct restaurant offering delectable food, innovative banquets and buffets with beautiful surroundings at affordable prices. Their approach to traditional cuisine with a contemporary outlook will please and ruse your palate. The menu is a mixture of fine steaks, chops and fresh seafood with a wide assortment of appealing appetizers and inspired daily specials. All their delish desserts are freshly made everyday. The entire ambience of the restaurant is warm, inviting and romantic. Their full bar has an impressive wine list and cocktails. All three dining room, the bar, lounge and the Wine Room have live music all through the year with weekly events to keep you entertained. A lovely place for any event, Prime 93 will make it memorable for you.