The food at Meyers Landing Bar and Grill is worth the visit, which came as a pleasant surprise to me. I’m not much of a sports bar fan, and I (incorrectly) had pegged the indoor-outdoor spot in the Meyers Lake Plaza as more of a bar that happened to serve food.
Heather Haden purchases the art and designs the exhibitions that are on display at the Massillon Museum. Her day-to-day job includes keeping the gallery in order, checking technology, running reports about temperature and humidity, writing grants and even identifying any bugs that are found in the museum.
Tozzi’s Restaurant of Magnolia is the best Italian food I’ve had in my four years of living in Stark County. The cozy restaurant, which specializes in steaks, seafood and Italian cuisine, offers a leisurely and delicious dining experience. It would be a great spot for a date or a family dinner.
The Canton Museum of Art will debut an exhibition about football just in time for Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Week Powered by Johnson Controls. “Scrimmage: Football in American Art from the Civil War to the Present” will open August 1 and will remain on display through October.
Alison Matas taste-tests honey barbecue wings, garlic Parmesan wings, boneless teriyaki wings, bacon cheddar fries, onion rings, jalapeño bites, spinach dip, potato skins, the Owens burger and Emerson steak chipotle flatbread at Tiger Town Grille & Pub.
Walt Disney Studios released its latest live-action movie in March, bringing in more than $1 billion at box offices worldwide with “Beauty and the Beast.” At least one area theater this summer will try to capitalize on that craze with its own youth production of the musical. The North Canton Playhouse will open its version of “Beauty and the Beast” on July 27.