When someone mentions grabbing dinner in downtown Canton, my first suggestion is usually George’s Lounge. The Canton mainstay dates back to 1959 and is the second-oldest continually operating bar in downtown Canton. Its current iteration in the downtown Arts District is known for its inexpensive drinks and uniquely delicious bar food.
In a small town like East Canton, a local restaurant can be a social hub as well as an eatery. Lowry’s Family Restaurant, open since October 2015 at 800 Nassau Street W, draws a lively crowd of locals. Here, manager Melissa White talks about its food and fans.
Offering a menu full of burgers, wings, appetizers, handhelds, pizzas, salads, plenty of entrees, a large drink menu and more, Loby’s Bar & Grille in Jackson Township has something for everyone. Stop in at this sports bar and catch a game with your meal.
He’s rubbed elbows with LeBron James. Received a job offer from Jim Tressel. And he’s now teaching the next generation of leaders at Washington High School in Massillon. David Lee Morgan Jr. spent more than 20 years in journalism before becoming a teacher.
Located inside the Hartville Marketplace, The French Rooster offers clothing, home decor, accessories, home styling and more. Shop from a wide array of Christian-themed goods, and make sure to check out Reign Mercantile, a newly opened men’s and women’s clothing store, by the owners of The French Rooster.
A small-scale symphony concert is coming to a park near you. This summer marks the fifth season of the Canton Symphony Orchestra’s Summer Serenades in the Park series, which offers free family-friendly concerts in Stark Parks. Concerts begin June 27 and run through the beginning of September.
Christina Weyrick is the community relations manager for the North Canton Public Library. She also serves as chair of the board of directors for the North Canton Area Chamber of Commerce. Christina is a member of the North Canton Educational Endowment board and is an active advocate for homeless animals.
Erin Miller-Todaro and Ashley Miller have the best of both worlds: They get to do what they love most, together. Two years ago, the siblings opened Miller’s Home Furnishings in Jackson Township; the outgrowth of a lifelong, mutual love for interior decorating, home decor and furniture.