This is the spot where Dave Lombardy actor, playwright, and hungry guy launched his Cosmic Sub empire way back in 1997. Now he has branches all around the region, where he and his crew create nearly three dozen types of mouthwatering subs, stuffed with the finest ingredients (including vegetarian options), bundled up in the region's best buns, and served in a space as colorful as your favorite tie-dyed T-shirt.
Just steps from the John Carroll University campus but nearly 40 years removed this outpost of Dave Lombardys original psychedelic sub shop is big, colorful and comfy, with the same 1960s-style art and artifacts that decorate his numerous other area locations. Same big menu of giant, overstuffed subs too, along with a few salads, some chips and cookies for dessert.
Debonné Winery is one of the premier boutique wineries in the United States and the largest estate winery in the state of Ohio. This family-owned facility has been producing award-winning wines since 1916. The Debevc family estate includes more than 100 acres of grapes, pressing and juice houses, wine-bottle aging facility, and wine cellar with aging rooms.
A fine choice for families, this bright, contemporary pizza parlor offers freshly made pies, wholesome salads and a concise selection of beer and wine, including eight microbrews on draft. Friendly staffers take small fry in stride, and while Mom and Dad unwind, the kiddies can safely watch the chefs at work from behind a glass partition.
Fulbright-scholar bar talk meets rock and roll at this track-lighted haven for Oberlin College students. Rock and reggae legends and up-and-comers also make the rounds to this oasis in rural Lorain County.