Not even a pandemic can stop the pumpkin spice madness that fall brings. With so many people wishing this year would just end already, the pumpkin-flavored fun hit earlier than ever to appease the masses.
Is it really a special occasion if we don’t eat a cake? Almost all of us mark our milestones with this traditional sweet treat. We celebrate birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, career promotions and a wealth of other notable events with cakes designed to capture the spirit of the occasions.
Deli Ohio always has been one of my favorite restaurants in downtown Canton. I get the same thing every time I go, so I was excited to order off of more of the menu for this month’s restaurant review. The ham apple brie sandwich will continue to be my first choice (it’s just so good), but there are lots of great options.
My daughters are both my motivation to continually work toward improving our neighborhood and community. I want them to know that it is the little things that make huge differences. It is easy to point out what everyone else isn’t doing, but I want them to know that there is little room to speak if we aren’t being proactive ourselves.
Ryan Miller is the owner/operator of Deli Ohio in downtown Canton. Aside from running the restaurant, Ryan enjoys spending time with his two daughters, Lillian and Eleanor, and wife, Ashten. In addition to Deli Ohio, he also owns and redevelops commercial property in Canton and is a co-owner of 405 Wellness. Ryan lives, works and plays in Canton.
The perfect spot to grab lunch in downtown Canton is Deli Ohio. Try a soup and sandwich combo, such as this half Herbivore sandwich with a cup of Curry Carrot Bisque served with house croutons, chips and a pickle. Add a baked from scratch cranberry oatmeal cookie.
Mark J. Samolczyk knew it was time he and his family returned to the United States and Stark County when his two daughters–Grace, then 7, and Kate, then 5–thought “O Canada” was their native national anthem.