Ohio might not have the most patio-friendly weather, but at least it has dog-friendly patios. State law gives restaurant owners the freedom to allow patrons to bring their dogs with them while they dine—as long as the dogs stay outside. (The law doesn’t apply to service animals, which can come into restaurants.)
I love breakfast food, and Twisted Citrus is my favorite local place for breakfast or brunch. First and most importantly: The coffee is excellent. The menu is big enough—and good enough—that I’ve never ordered the same thing twice, and everything I’ve eaten there is delicious. Plus, there’s a solid mix of savory and sweet options, so it keeps everyone happy.
By this time of year, it can be hard to remember exactly what we were thinking when we finalized the editorial calendar for the whole year back in October. Our media kit still mentions Gourmet Legacy as the cover story for this issue. But as you can tell, this issue isn’t about that.
The music that is piped in daily—seven days a week through all four seasons—reminds you that downtown Massillon is still alive. Well-maintained streets and sidewalks and structures that exhibit a traditional small-town downtown architecture are enhanced by an atmosphere of safety and a steady schedule of concerts and special events.
It takes some digging, but you can find the nutrition info you need at most popular chain restaurants. More and more restaurants are posting nutritional information on their menus. Those that don’t, often have the information on their websites.