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Taking a page from the Big Apple playbook, this pretty little bakeshop is all about cupcakes, in dozens of flavors and garnished with a superlative buttercream frosting. Served on a cupcake-sized plate, a cup of tea on the side, they may well be the sweetest snack in town.
This dim cantina hosts blues and rock bands during and after dinner. Mexican decor includes pottery and photos of Pancho Villa with his motorcycle.
Although it has the sleek brass, glass, and polished-wood look of a chain restaurant, this charming pub is locally owned and operated. The large menu goes well beyond colcannon and boxty to embrace quiche, gyros, and even burgers; no matter what you pick, the warm, custardy bread pudding makes a sweet ending. Irish brews on draft.
Located in Akron's Merriman Valley, this expansive sports bar has five nine-foot pool tables, a dartboard, a friendly atmosphere and an equally sizable outdoor deck.
The flashing neon sign outside hints at <\\#213>50s retro, and Micheli's delivers. The booths in the red, red lounge are snug, like the rest of the bar.
Owner Maureen Schneider has carved a warm and cozy niche out of a former 1920s tavern near the Cuyahoga River. The eclectic dinner menu, posted on blackboards, changes often and blends hearty fare, like lamb and duck, with Californian and Pacific Rim accents; lunch includes a selection of sophisticated noshes, as well as soups, salads and sandwiches.
Finally, a proper British tearoom, free of Victorian fuss or clutter, where even manly men can feel welcome. Despite the frivolous name, Mrs. Ticklemore is serious about her top-grade teas, indulgent pastries, and delicious little savories, making the fare at this tearoom as good-tasting as it is refreshing to the spirit.
Before Munroe Falls Metro Park was purchased by the Summit County Metro Parks in 1978, the John Renner family owned and operated a private swim club on the property.

This downtown Akron club books bands that never would have found the Rubber City a few years ago — say, Dinosaur Jr. and the Drive-By Truckers. Between the touring acts, original locals take the stage.
The upstairs Café ensures that your meal will be as healthy as it is delicious, by employing the bounty of fresh, organic and additive-free foods in the Market downstairs. Fresh juice and salads join all-natural beef tenderloin and Ahi tuna burger on this refreshing menu.
The emo-punk haven formerly known as the Orange Street still has all the familiar faces, in addition to a new liquor license.
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