Enjoy food from four great restaurants on one block across from Meyers Lake Plaza. Michael D’s is a fun sports bar offering delicious food. The Grille offers a cozy setting for conversation and a memorable meal. The Cafe is as close to homemade as you can get, and Demario’s Pizza is home of the square pizza.
When someone mentions grabbing dinner in downtown Canton, my first suggestion is usually George’s Lounge. The Canton mainstay dates back to 1959 and is the second-oldest continually operating bar in downtown Canton. Its current iteration in the downtown Arts District is known for its inexpensive drinks and uniquely delicious bar food.
Half-pound special-blend steak patty charbroiled, topped with cheddar cheese, thick-cut smoked bacon, a few beer-battered onion rings, lettuce and tomato on a butter grilled brioche bun served with housemade onion ring sauce and barbecue sauce on the side.
Half-pound black Angus burger on with a challah or pretzel bun topped with Monterey cheddar jack cheese, applewood smoked bacon, jalapeños, a housemade beer-battered onion ring, chipotle mayo, lettuce, tomato and pickle chips.
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