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Luscious slabs of beef and creative, indulgent salads, sides and desserts make this modern American steakhouse a prime location for well-heeled meat-eaters. A well-organized wine list, gracious service and contemporary rustic decor with a Napa-like sophistication complete the region’s best steakhouse.
Russian cuisine may sound exotic, but at its heart, it is Eastern European comfort food. Alongside hearty homestyle dishes like stuffed cabbage, beef stroganoff and pork cutlets are Continental items like pasta, beef Wellington and chops. Live Russian music on weekends draws a diverse crowd.
Patrons get a unique perspective of the musicians who play the Rhythm Room: The stage is in the basement, with the crowd perched above on the main floor. Rappers and reggae acts are the stars here.
For over 30 years, Rick’s has served as the kitchen away from home for hungry Chagrin Falls residents. Unfussy and satisfying, the hearty American fare includes homemade soups, fresh salads, great burgers and now-famous barbecue ribs and chicken. Full bar and small patio.
One of the last remaining grande dames of the region’s formal dining scene, this elegant Italian restaurant offers impeccable appointments, attentive service and a luxurious menu of steaks, veal chops, seafood and pasta. Yes, it is expensive. But the chance to put on a suit and feel like a grown-up? Priceless.
The greenhouse, the oldest civic horticultural center in the country, has seasonal flower and plant exhibits indoors; outside, you'll find a Japanese garden, a formal English garden, and a talking garden for people with vision impairments.
For years, this breathtakingly beautiful French Norman space has been reserved for private functions. With the unveiling of Rockefeller's, guests now can dine in an extravagant room built for a tycoon. Seasonal American with the occasional Asian kick, the dishes are creative but restrained and always delicious. Lounge seating with a complementary menu gives late-night noshers a tasteful place to roost.
This 446-acre tract is located at the junction of the interurban railroad lines that connected Cleveland to Middlefield and Chardon in the early 20th century. In addition to its historical significance, this park features fields, forests, wetlands, beaver ponds, and one of the largest great blue heron nesting colonies in Northeast Ohio.

Part of a small but growing Columbus-based chain, this neighborhood eatery offers a family-friendly vibe, a casual sports-bar motif, and a big menu of generally well-prepared comfort food (try the meatloaf!). Long international beer list.
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