Eric Lynn was a counter clerk 26 years ago when he started working at Heggy’s Nut Shop. Today, he is president of the Canton standby, which has been serving coneys, buttered french fries and hot fudge sundaes from its lunch counter since 1950.
For the growing ranks of craft-beer fans, Jen’s Place Craft Beer Tasting Room in downtown Massillon is an oasis. Jen’s Place, at 43 Lincoln Way E, is a tasting room devoted to Ohio-brewed beers, with Ohio wines and snacks rounding out the menu.
There’s a simple meaning behind the name of Mint & Lime Asian Bistro. “Mint and lime means fresh. Everything fresh. Everything,” said Kenny Ly, owner and chef of the restaurant at 7180 Fulton Drive NW in Jackson Township.
One day at Meet Me at Irene’s, the popular eatery she co-owns in Hartville, Robin Rupp watched in wonderment as a man drove up in a tractor, parked it in the lot and walked in for breakfast.
Think of it as an ugly Christmas sweater party with fancy cocktails that lasts an entire month. That Christmas Bar is a pop-up holiday diversion dreamed up by Scott and Kim Shapiro that is open through December 30, adjacent to their TD’s Tailgate Grill at 2234 Tuscarawas Street W in Canton.
Marques is a downtown Canton bar-restaurant located on the busy of corner of Cleveland Avenue and Tuscarawas Street W. Owner Marcus Harris helped open the place in January 2015 and is enthusiastic and upbeat about the direction Marques is taking.
Known for its home-cooked comfort food and array of tempting baked goods, Ferraro’s is a Canton landmark at this point which Ferraro co-owns with his wife of 40 years, Anne.