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.
I’ll admit I walked into this review a little confused. Canal Grille has great online reviews. Its menu boasts pages of delicious sounding options—from Asian entrees to seafood to pasta to steak. It was reader’s choice for family restaurant in About’s 2017 Local Faves.
Already a bright light on the downtown Canton nightlife scene, Star Fronimo enjoyed quick success when her namesake bar-restaurant opened in May 2016. More than two years later, Fronimo’s Downtown at 315 Cleveland Avenue NW is reliably lively and frequently packed, especially on weekends.
Whether you’re looking for custom cakes, cupcakes, cookies, muffins, pies or anything in between, Studio Bakery in Canton has you covered. Stop in for a sweet treat or order something custom. You won’t be disappointed. Find Studio Bakery on Facebook
Enjoy fresh and contemporary fare influenced by the traditional offerings of China, Thailand, Vietnam, Korea and Japan at Mint & Lime Asian Bistro in Jackson Township. Enjoy dine-in or carryout, with delivery also available.
Located in North Canton, Four Kids Coffee is a full espresso bar with a gluten-free and allergy friendly bakery, a healthy lunch menu and creative play space for the kids. Grab lunch and a latte and let the kids play in the play space.
Offering a vast selection of wines, craft beers, bourbons and house-prepared eats, H2 Huth & Harris Wine Merchants has it all in a refined casual atmosphere. Stop in for dinner and drinks from 4 to 9 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday and from 4 to 10:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Whether you’re looking for breakfast, lunch or just a tasty treat, Hazel & Rye Artisan Baking Company in downtown Canton has tons to choose from. Stop in for a fresh wrap, $6.95, and a delectable dessert.
Lucia’s Steakhouse in Jackson Township offers an upscale dining experience and a menu with many enticing choices. The restaurant has a long history in Stark County: The original Lucia’s opened in the 1940s on Mahoning Road as a sandwich-and-soup lunch stop for factory workers.
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