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Baker and proprietor John MacMillan left a corporate job to open this bakery. Now he's up to his elbows in dough and couldn't be happier. Crisp baguettes, dense loaves made with organic flours, tender sweet rolls, berry-filled muffins, and old-fashioned cookies come rolling out of John's ovens. Enjoy them at an indoor table with a cup of coffee or tea; better yet, in summer, eat your snack on the breezy porch.
Gasoline Alley
The plastic and neon of the Montrose shopping district are two miles — and several decades — removed from this little roadhouse. But while the Alley's big menu of sandwiches, pizza and salads seems soothingly unfashionable, execution is above average, the car-themed decor is charming, and the attitude is hip.
One of Northeast Ohio's premiere waterparks features Tidal Wave Bay, Splash Landing, Liquid Lightning, Riptide Run, Thunder Falls, and Coral Cove.
This small room is red and black-lit, and the music is loud enough that you can feel the beat but hear the staff talk. 21 and over, casual dress code.
Blink your eyes as you zip through town, and you're likely to miss this little Italian restaurant — and that would be a shame, because the selection is broad, the preparations are sophisticated, and the prices are reasonable. For dessert, don't miss the mascarpone-dense, barely sweetened, homemade tiramisu.
It's a good municipal course that offers an enjoyable experience. Recent changes now have the course in better shape.

This is a private-member club with a Jack Nicklaus-signature golf course, 76 overnight rooms, European spa, heath & fitness center, and six unique dining areas.

The course challenges the player's ability to work the ball. Subtle fairways and always-present trees can render a good score a disaster.
Land donated by both the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company and Gilbert Waltz gave this Metro Park its start in 1930.

Mary Campbell Cave was named for a pioneer girl, who was captured in Pennsylvania by Delaware Indians and brought to the cave, where she lived as a child of Chief Netawatwees. She was released after five years, during the 1764 treaty ending the French and Indian War.

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