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After six delicious years, the majesty of Rose Hill Fine Food & Spirits continues to command attention

With views of blooming rose bushes and a gazebo set back on eight acres, the wrap-around porch at Rose Hill Fine Food & Spirits affords a homey backyard vibe where summer flavors punctuate the menu. “We have one of the biggest patios in the area,” states owner Sue Tomic. “Customers enjoy alfresco dining among the mature oak, maple and...

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Fourteen years after its celebrated launch, Blue Canyon Kitchen and Tavern continues to delight

Sitting high on a hilltop overlooking trees with panoramic views, Blue Canyon Kitchen & Tavern has stood the test of time and, indeed, thrives. The Twinsburg destination restaurant—which attracts diners from as far away as Canton, Youngstown and Erie, Pennsylvania—marks its 14th anniversary this month. The sprawling patio,...

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Station 43 Tavern has upped the seasonal ante by introducing brand new comfort food specials

After 10 years as a dedicated member of the Station 43 Tavern team, General Manager Anthony Fiorelli has been promoted to managing part owner. “Anthony’s contribution has been so significant, we wanted to share our success with him in a way that more completely recognized his contribution,” smiles Lisa Randazzo-Ross, who has been...

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With front porch dining and fresh herbs featured on the menu, Timber Lodge tops Mimi's list of summer dining musts

Masterfully combining delectable fare with a charming ambiance on its front porch, Timber Lodge offers al fresco dining at its best. You can even say it is Northeast Ohio-weatherproof, with a covered roof to shield guests from rain and a fireplace to warm them up on cooler nights. “Even if it is raining, diners can enjoy the great outdoors...

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Authentic French dining in the heart of Medina at Sérénité

Brandon Chrostowski is younger than his graying hair suggests and he’s tall, with a fast, high-energy personality that may very well keep him thin forever. He jogs up and down the narrow stairwells at both of his Cleveland-area French restaurants and is forced to duck his head to avoid striking the low ceilings in the tiny transition...

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