Her dad wanted her to go to college to learn about computers. But as a high schooler in Buffalo, New York, in the 1970s, Pat Krider wasn’t interested in computers. To her, the only people who studied computers were geeky guys with pocket protectors and horn-rimmed glasses.
Certified Angus beef patty with house-smoked shaved Tri-Tip cooked in a sweet pecan au jus with caramelized onions. Topped with smoked gouda on a hearty wheat bread bun with roasted sesame and sunflower seeds baked in.
A popular menu item at Main Street Grille in North Canton is the cedar-grilled salmon entree. Restaurant owner Preston Milstead explains, “To start off, we hand-cut every piece of salmon to 7 ounces, then we use a sweeter Riesling wine and soak the cedar at least eight hours.
Old foodie joke: “Did you hear about the new restaurant on the moon? Great food, no atmosphere.” This is certainly not a problem at Main Street Grille, where the warm, welcoming atmosphere approaches perfection.
The Canton area is not lacking for favorite, beloved foods. Taggarts Bittner. Tim’s fish. Ben Heggy’s candy. Bender’s fries. Arcade coneys. Desert Inn kabobs. Kennedy’s bean soup. These are but a handful that quickly spring to mind.