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Northeast Ohio, with over 150+ shops, restaurants
all about The Experience at Crocker Park. One of the biggest outdoor shopping centers
and offices. It’s all happening at Crocker Park. Photo: Iler Aerial Imaging

A Great Quality of Life in Westlake

Today, much of Westlake’s activity centers around dynamic retail and service areas like Crocker Park, an outdoor mixed use “city within a city” that blends retail, office and residential space into a “downtown” experience. Stacie Schmidt, vice president, marketing for Stark Enterprises, owner of Crocker Park, thinks of Crocker Park as “the community’s playground where you can come to shop and also enjoy multiple experiences from special events to dining and playing —

and sometimes working and living. We really want to make it feel like it’s a little bit of a big city in a suburban neighborhood.”

Locally-owned business are an important part of the eclectic mix of shops and eateries offered at Crocker Park, Schmidt said. “It’s not only about the national brands,” she said. “So many of our new locations are locally owned, like Tropical Smoothie [Café] and Bodhi Express, a new little fast casual restaurant. Whimsy Willow — a home decor shop—Canary Travel,

are some of our other new businesses with local ownership. So many business owners who live right around the corner wanted their businesses and franchise opportunities to be in Crocker Park.”

In 2022, at least 45 businesses opened, expanded or relocated in Westlake, Mayor Dennis Clough said during his 2023 State of the City address.

Contrasting Westlake’s bustling retail and commercial areas, the city also has abundant park space, including the

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A Great Quality of Life

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Bradley Woods Reservation of the Cleveland Metroparks. The Huntington Reservation is conveniently just across the Bay Village border.

A “great quality of life,” Clough said, is among the reasons to live and work in Westlake. Among the others, he noted, are great services; good housing choices; a nationally ranked library; convenient location to Downtown Cleveland, the airport and interstate highways; good partnership with businesses; and a supportive constituency and involvement of citizens.

A Witness To History

Bruce Hamilton recalls seeing his father off as he boarded a train departing Cleveland’s Union Terminal. It was 1940 and Hamilton’s father, an attorney who worked for an area rubber company, was en route to Washington, D.C., accompanied by the local postmaster, to officially change the name of the rural village from Dover to Westlake, he said.

At the time, Ohio had two Dovers—the other being in Tuscarawas County—and it often caused confusion. “One time our volunteer fire department ordered a new fire truck and it was delivered to the wrong Dover,” said Hamilton, who was 10 years old when the name was changed. “The residents decided to change the name of the village [with some pressure from the postal service] and a poll was taken to see what it would be. Westlake ran the highest and that became the new name. But my dad and the postmaster traveled to Washington to make it official.”

According to the city’s website, other contenders for the new name included Clague Park, Claguewood and Park Ridge.

Dover Township, which originally included the land that became Bay Village, was part of the Connecticut Western Reserve. It was settled in 1810 and incorporated in 1811. The township included sawmills, gristmills and a blast furnace that made pig iron. But agriculture—primarily grapes— became the area’s most important business. According to the city’s website, the township became the nation’s second largest shipping point for grapes by the late 19th century. “From where Clague Road is, all the way west to the [Lorain] county line, it was all grapes,” Hamilton recalled.

Born in 1930, Hamilton may be the oldest living resident who was born in the village that became Westlake.

“My grandfather had a farm down on Detroit Road where the [UH Family Medicine Specialists clinic] is,” he said. “It went all the way back to the railroad tracks [north of I-90]. I remember when I was just a little kid I walked back to the tracks and watched the trains go by. I used to marvel at the trucks and tanks and stuff like that on the trains.”

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Bradley Woods Reservation - Pin Oak Loop ›› Mayor Clough presenting Bruce Hamilton with an official Proclamation declaring Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2022 as Bruce Hamilton Day in the City of Westlake.

Hamilton also remembers attending Dover Village High School—the “Red Brick School House”—where he met his wife Charlotte, who passed on five years ago. The couple raised four children. Hamilton still lives in the house where the couple raised their family—a house he helped build. “I had a brother-in-law who was a builder,” he said. “Every night for two years I’d go up there and help build the house. I’m not a carpenter or anything, but I could

always sweep and clean up. And I did all the decorating and the wallpapering inside the house.”

From that home, Hamilton, who spent most of his life as an automobile mechanic—eventually owning his own shop—watched Westlake grow from an agricultural village of about 3,200 residents in 1940 to a vibrant suburb of almost 35,000 today. “When I was a kid I used to trap muskrat down at the pond where the water plant is now at

Clague Road and the railroad tracks,” he said. “I used to ride my bike to school, or sometimes I would ride my horse. I’d put it in the old Cooley barn, which was located where the police station is at this time. I’d put the horse in there, tie it up, give it some hay, and I was off to school. Sometimes I would leave my shotgun in the barn, and after school we would hunt for pheasant or rabbit.”

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Left: Fire Chief Frank Sauer was a master mechanic and built this operating steam locomotive from raw materials. Above: Grapes were Westlake’s primary agriculture business by the late 19th century. Photos courtesy of the Westlake Historical Society.

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About a mile south of the barn, Hamilton later took a job fixing cars at a garage owned by Frank Sauer, chief of the volunteer fire department. “It was close to where the Speedway gas station is at Dover Center and Center Ridge roads,” he said. “In those days when they had a fire, they had a great big siren on top of City Hall, which was about three doors west of the garage. When it went off, you knew it.”

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Westlake Business & Community Leaders

Budget Blinds

Twenty Years As The Window Covering Experts

If you’re shopping for a single window treatment, redecorating your entire house, or seeking the solution to a complex design challenge, you’ll find that Jana and Mark Florek and their associates are great to work with and they have the knowledge and expertise to help you put it all together. As a testament to their success, they have many repeat customers coming back to them when designing their new homes, as well as the children of past clients who are now purchasing their new homes.

As a locally owned family business since 2004, the Floreks take a long-term commitment to their customers seriously. They are proud to be part of Budget Blinds, the largest window covering franchise in the country, offering quality products with industry leading warranties.

Window treatments are so much more than sun protection, or a simple tool for privacy. Well-designed window coverings enhance and complement your home décor. Budget Blinds fashionforward styles and window treatment options fit all budgets. They create a soothing atmosphere, raise ceilings, change the shape of a room, hide

shortcomings, and make a statement. Also, window treatments can anticipate your needs and adjust themselves automatically, creating your room’s perfect ambiance morning, noon, and night. Control your shades effortlessly from remote control, voice control, from home or from anywhere in the world.

From the initial free in-home consultation to expert measuring and installation, the team at Budget Blinds is here for you through the complete process. Visit the showroom or call Jana and Mark at Budget Blinds of Strongsville and Westlake. They bring expert design and tailored service to your doorstep.

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Alex Martinez, Owner & Enrique Barbosa, GM, Fiesta Habaneros

Westlake Luxury Realtor - Coldwell Banker

Scott McMillen truly lives and breathes the Westlake luxury lifestyle. Scott has built his real estate business on high energy, hard work, excellence, experience, integrity, and lifelong relationships.

Scott will demystify the top-tier Real Estate Market for you, as he lives and works that niche every day.

Each detail of your real estate transaction will be overseen by Scott and his team of real estate professionals.

Scott’s passion and enthusiasm will be portrayed the second you meet with him.

Simply put: Relationships are Scott’s greatest strength. “He knows who you need to know in Westlake Ohio.”

Scott has an MBA from Kent State University, and his specialty designations include membership in the National Association of Realtors, Ohio Association of Realtors, AkronCleveland Association of Realtors, Member of the Institute of Luxury Home Marketing, and additional high-level training in the marketing and advertising of luxury and commercial properties.

ScottODMac@gmail.com • 440-315-4025


Alex Martinez and Enrique Barbosa Fiesta Habaneros Mexican Grill & Margaritas

Alex Martinez is the owner of Fiesta Habaneros in Avon and Fiesta Jalapenos in North Ridgeville. Alex is a proud army veteran, husband, and father of two beautiful children. Alex has been in the restaurant business for over 11 years, opening Fiesta Habaneros in 2021. The restaurant is bright, modern, and upbeat, with a newly opened, beautiful outdoor patio!

Enrique Barbosa is the general manager of Fiesta Habaneros. He has over 10 years of restaurant experience. He is passionate about his family and friends, and he takes great pride in providing exceptional, friendly service.

Both Alex and Enrique want to make sure everyone who enters their doors feels like family. Their upbeat atmosphere, friendly staff, and receptive service makes Fiesta Habaneros the perfect place to unwind and enjoy a wonderful meal. All food and margaritas are made from 100% fresh, quality ingredients and are prepared from scratch daily. Come and enjoy a margarita with family and friends at Fiesta Habaneros!

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WestBay Floor Source

Your Exclusive Flooring Experts

Over the last few years, if you have spent time working on home improvements, there are two things that have become all too familiar; back orders and rising costs of goods.

By stocking large amounts of flooring, WestBay is able to save on costs and ensure plenty of great options in today’s trends. This also provides customers a quick turnaround on installation. According to the owner, Eddie Towles, they are actually seeing flooring material prices come down up to 30% from the 2021 peak on certain materials.

They are one of the few small local businesses that hasn’t been plagued with staffing issues. Their employees have been loyal because the company is committed to providing stable employment.

Buying at WestBay is a great way to support local business, with 27 employees from Cuyahoga and Lorain counties.

WestBay Floor Source has a long history in Westlake and Bay Village. They were originally located in the WestBay Plaza next to the old Kmart, throughout the 80’s and 90’s. They have been serving Westlake and surrounding areas at their current location since 1998.

Eddie and Tricia Towles, second generation owners, continue to offer the latest flooring and tile trends to the Westside community. They are open six days a week, and their 6500 sq. ft., beautiful showroom is close to Crocker Park on Detroit Road.

They are also the exclusive dealer for Karastan Carpet, Hardwood and LVT in the Westlake area, which continues to be their trendiest offering. New this year is Fabrica Brands of Carpet, Hardwood and more.

Rugs for outdoors spaces are hot right now and they don’t look like the old indooroutdoor carpets! They are stylish and functional for new patio projects.

Stop in and see the latest home trends at WestBay Floor Source!

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Portrait of a Life Long Learner

The Westlake City School District is fortunate to have a diverse and talented student body who exemplify the qualities of our “Portrait of a Lifelong Learner.”

Our students demonstrate integrity by upholding strong moral values and ethical behavior. They also possess a globally-minded outlook, collaborating and working with others to reach a united goal, and they contemplate how our actions impact the world and the people around us. Another trait deeply ingrained in our students’ character is resilience. They face challenges head-on, never shying

away from obstacles but embracing them as opportunities for growth and development.

Emotional intelligence is also highly valued in our educational environment. Our students are attuned to their own emotions and those of their peers, showing empathy and compassion in their interactions. They understand the significance of fostering a sense of belonging and unity within our school community.

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Iler Networking & Computing has been supporting businesses with their IT needs since 1994. Kent Iler, President & CEO, is passionate about technology, and has built a professional team of technology experts. “For All Your Computing Needs” means they can do it all for you: Wired/Wireless Networking, Servers, Workstations, Cybersecurity solutions, Internet access, E-Mail hosting with Malware and SPAM protection, Website Development and Hosting, Backup/Disaster Recovery, VOIP Phone Systems, Security Cameras, 3D Printing, and more, thus allowing top notch technology performance with the appropriate security. With the continued increase of cyber-attacks and Ransomware, Iler can make sure you’re not another victim and your technology is well tuned, helping you focus on running your business. Kent and his family have resided in Lorain County since 1998. He is a member of the Rotary Club of Elyria, and is a deacon at First Baptist Church of Elyria. Kent also started Iler Aerial Imaging in 2016 – handling professional video production and drones services/training.

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Innovation lies at the heart of Westlake, as our students possess a natural curiosity and a propensity for creative thinking. They constantly seek new solutions to complex problems, challenging the status quo and pushing boundaries. By nurturing their innovative mindset, we prepare them to become future leaders and change-makers in an ever-evolving world.

Maintaining a balanced lifestyle is crucial for our students’

overall well-being. They recognize the importance of harmonizing academic pursuits with personal interests, hobbies, and physical activities. Our students understand that success encompasses academic achievements and a healthy mind, body, and spirit.

Effective communication is another skill our students develop from an early age. They listen purposefully and express themselves articulately, engaging in meaningful dialogues and fostering positive relationships with their peers, teachers, and the wider community.

Above all, our students possess a strong sense of purpose. They are driven by a desire to contribute positively to society. They actively seek opportunities to engage in service projects and initiatives that address pressing social issues.

As we look ahead to the upcoming school year, I invite you all to join us in celebrating the achievements of our students. From athletic competitions to academic events, your presence and support significantly foster a strong sense of community and pride.

Let us nurture our students’ growth, instilling in them the values of integrity, global-mindedness, resilience, emotional intelligence, innovation, balance, communication, and purpose. With your unwavering support, I have no doubt that the Westlake City School District will continue to thrive.

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Window Fashion Innovations

Who doesn’t want life to be easy, safe, and efficient?

Thanks to technology, with the press of a button or a voice command we can turn on the lights, see who’s at the front door, pacify a toddler with their favorite show and send an email all while a little robotic vacuum cleans the floor. But how many people consider window coverings a technological must-have to help make life easy, safe, and efficient?

Now entering our twentieth year as a Budget Blinds franchise, we’ve seen many changes to window coverings. From pull cords to cordless, single channel to multi-channel remotes and now we have smart home motorization. Our newest window fashions are not only aesthetically pleasing, they help make the life of a homeowner less of a chore. Imagine waking up to a darkened room but you want to let the morning sun in while still in bed. Maybe later you’re watching a game, but the afternoon sun causes a glare on the TV. With smart home motorization, a voice command or press of a button will open and close your blinds, and you don’t have to get out of bed or move from your favorite chair to do it. Easy and efficient.

What about safety? With motorized blinds, there’s no need for a ladder or pole to adjust two-story window treatments. Another example: We have a wheelchair-bound client. She no longer needs to use a cumbersome pole or wait on others to adjust her blinds. Her motorized window coverings not only keep her safe but makes life easy and efficient.

Another incredible security feature is being able to schedule your shades to open and close at certain times of the day. Or, using your phone, you can operate the shades even if you’re out of the country! No one will be able to tell that there’s nobody at home. Now that’s safe!

For all of your window covering needs, contact the knowledgeable staff at Budget Blinds, 440-572-2480 or visit www.budgetblinds.com/strongsville

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Pavilion Dedication

Westlake Porter Public Library

and the Friends of Porter Public Library hosted a community dedication celebration for the new Friends Programming Pavilion on the afternoon of Sunday, June 4. In addition to a ribbon-cutting ceremony, resolutions from Westlake Mayor Dennis Clough and the Ohio State Legislature were read. Attendees were also treated to refreshments, including a Kona Ice truck, children’s activities, and music from CJ the DJ. The Friends Programming Pavilion was created as a dynamic outdoor programming and activity space and named for the Friends in honor of their 50th Anniversary in 2022 and their generous donation toward its construction. It will serve as a gathering place for library events, storytimes, book clubs, workshops, and various educational programs. Offering an inspiring outdoor setting, the Pavilion can also be reserved by community groups for outdoor meetings and events. The library’s meeting room policies and procedures apply. For more information on reserving the Pavilion please visit westlakelibrary.org.

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Left to right: Andrew Mangels, Library Director, Lynn Pettyjohn, Karen Alfred, Karen Kovac, Nancy Shaw, Cathy Schultz, Barb Hajek, Jim Hajek, Jennifer Cirincione

Connecting with Your Library

Westlake Porter Public Library is an independent public library serving the residents of the city of Westlake, western Cuyahoga County, and eastern Lorain County. Anyone who lives, works, owns property, or goes to school in Ohio can register for a library card and take advantage of library services and events.

We circulate thousands of books and materials, offer programs that cover a variety of ages and interests, and serve as a beacon for technological needs. Our new makerspace welcomes creators of all skill levels to bring their ideas to life with access to some of the newest state-of-the-art highend equipment. We offer 3D printing, vinyl cutting, sound recording in our whisper room, sublimation printing, and so much more inside this innovated space.

You will find something that interests you at WPPL and we look forward to your next visit. Learn more about our programs and services at westlakelibrary.org

For All Your Pets Needs

The goal of our Rehabilitation Department at Animal Clinic Northview is to restore mobility and alleviate pain, helping your pet live their best life. Our certified Rehabilitation team will create a tailored plan to help renew your pet’s health and wellbeing. This plan may include Therapeutic exercises, Laser Light Therapy or Hydrotherapy using our Underwater Treadmill or Resistance Swimming Pool. Because continuing therapy at home is also an important part of your pet’s rehabilitation, we will develop a Home Exercise Program for your pet with appropriate exercises and walking programs. This helps continue their progress at home. Our Rehabilitation team is also available to help navigate selecting harnesses, ramps, slings, and wheelchairs. For more information, visit www.northviewvet.com

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Westlake in Bloom

Robert Funk – Branch Manager 226 Crocker Park Blvd. , Suite 200, Westlake

O ce: 440.925.4294

Toll Free: 800.262.6564


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Evergreen Cemetery Fence Gardens, First Place: “The Eberling Family” Vegetable Garden, First Place: Jim and Judy Beveridge Hilliard Boulevard Flower Box, First Place: “In Memory of Kathleen Ratcliffe” Place of Worship/Institutional, First Place: Westlake United Methodist Church

Burntwood Tavern

3 Palms Crocker Park 281 Main St. 440-455-1443

AJ’s Urban Grill 25939 Detroit Rd.


Aladdin’s Eatery 151 Crocker Park Blvd. 440-617-9005

Another Broken Egg Cafe 2004 Crocker Rd. 440-471-4463

Antonio’s Pizzeria LoSchiavo

25093 Center Ridge Rd.


Arashi Japan

30006 Detroit Rd.


Aristo Bistro 25124 Center Ridge Rd.


Asian Wok 24389 Detroit Rd. 440-871-088

Bahia Bowls Acai Cafe 225 Main St. 440-455-1386

Bar Louie 9 Main St. 440-788-7540

Barroco 287 Crocker Park Blvd. 440-641-1283

BIBIBOP Asian Grill 224 Crocker Park Blvd. 440-502-9363

Biryani HutIndian Restaurant 26569 Center Ridge Rd. 440-471-4607

Blue Sushi Sake Grill 2000 Crocker Rd. 440-328-4500

Bob Evans 29750 Detroit Rd. 440-835-5665

Bonefish Grill 1900 Crocker Rd. 440-414-0657

Bruegger’s Bagel Bakery 30155 Detroit Rd. 440-892-1250

Buca di Beppo 23575 Detroit Rd. 440-356-2276

Burntwood Tavern

12 Main St. 440-455-1732

Cabin Club 30651 Detroit Rd. 440-899-7111

Cafe Tandoor 30030 Detroit Rd. 440-835-7999

Carrabba’s Italian Grill 25054 Sperry Dr. 440-250-0880

China Wok 29241 Center Ridge Rd. 440-892-3889

Chipotle Mexican Grille 135 Marker St. 440-835-4539

Claudette’s Cafe and Restaurant 26485 Center Ridge Rd. 440-899-1029

Condado Tacos 203 Market St. 440-455-9595

Cozumel Mexican Restaurant 25048 Sperry Dr. 440-250-0882

Crepes in the City 229 Crocker Park Blvd. 440-385-7093

Dave & Buster’s 25735 First St. 440-892-1415

Dave’s Cosmic Subs 180 Market St. 440-835-1500

Domino’s Pizza 26063 Detroit Rd. 440-892-0030

Don Ramon Mexican Restaurant 30610 Detroit Rd. 440-359-8133

Dover Gardens Tavern 27402 Detroit Rd. 440-871-4459

Fiesta Habaneros 38790 Chester Rd., Avon 440-695-8500

First Watch 168 Market St. 440-808-1082

Five Guys Burgers and Fries 30297 Detroit Rd. 440-871-530

Hail Mary’s 27828 Center Ridge Rd. 440-345-8972

Hot Chicken Takeover 242 Main St. 440-638-1117

Houlihan’s 25651 Detroit Rd. 440-808-9090

Hungry Howie’s Pizza and Subs 24533 Center Ridge Rd. 440-899-1236

Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse 21 Main St. 440-892-4933

Ironwood Cafe 688 Dover Center Rd. 440-835-9900

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La Campagna

27337 Detroit Rd.


Lehman’s Deli & Bakery

24961 Detroit Rd.


Leo’s Italian Social 200 Crocker Park Blvd.


Lobster Brothers

26055 Detroit Rd.


Loco Leprechaun

24545 Center Ridge Rd.


Luca West 24600 Detroit Rd.


Mac’s & Stacks - Westlake

9 Main St.


Mahle’s Restaurant and Lounge 24945 Detroit Rd.


Master Pizza Westlake

26429 Center Ridge Rd.


McDonald’s 30100 Detroit Rd. 440-835-2397

Mezza Mediterranean 28743 Center Ridge Rd. 440-892-2220

Mitchell’s Ice Cream 27155 Detroit Rd. 440-455-1405

Mitchell’s Tavern 24282 Center Ridge Rd. 440-835-2415

NASCAR Wings 23575 Detroit Rd. 888-495-6104

Nathan’s Famous Hot Dogs 184 Crocker Park Blvd. 440-871-2333

Moosehead Saloon 694 Dover Center Rd. 440-871-7743

Mr. Hero 27315 Detroit Rd. 440-808-8400

Ohio Kabob Grill Westlake 26105 Center Ridge Rd. 440-385-7160

Outback Steakhouse 24900 Sperry Dr. 440-892-3445

Pacific East 186 Union St. 440-722-4037

Panera Bread 26137 Detroit Rd. 440-899-4944

Panini’s 23800 Detroit Rd. 440-250-0075

Papa John’s 27315 Detroit Rd. 440-899-1998

Pardon My Cheesesteak 23575 Detroit Rd. 888-444-0934

Pizza by Robert 30634 Detroit Rd. 440-899-9750

Robeks Fresh Juices and Smoothies 30319 Detroit Rd. 440-835-5510

Rocky Mountain Chocolates 204 Crocker Park Blvd. 440-899-2526

Romeo’s Pizza 2064 Clague Rd. 440-331-1155

Rosewood Grill 2033 Crocker Rd. 440-835-9500

Rusty Barrel 27026 Center Ridge Rd. 440-892-1292

Salty Mary’s Oyster Bar and Tavern 25600 Center Ridge Rd. 440-298-2121 www.saltymarys.com

Sangria Y Tapas 27200 Detroit Rd. 440-617-6476

Shinto Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar 857 Columbia Rd. 440-772-5017

Stella Mia Ristorante 28751 Center Ridge Rd. 440-250-2143

Stonehouse Grill 24850 Center Ridge Rd. 440-871-4745

Subway Sandwiches and Salads 26079 Detroit Rd. 440-899-1772

Subway Sandwiches and Salads 30325 Detroit Rd. 440-871-1110

Sweet Basil Neapolitan Style Pizzeria 26235 Center Ridge Rd. 440-899-1899


Syriana Mediterranean Cuisine 26920 Center Ridge Rd. 440-455-9903

Taco Bell 1345 Columbia Rd. 440-899-7994

Texas de Brazil 174 Union St. 440-617-9513

Thai Spice 25099 Center Ridge Rd. 440-835-9228

The Cheesecake Factory 148 Crocker Park Blvd. 440-808-1818

The Hooley Pub & Kitchen 24940 Sperry Dr. 440.835-2890

The Pasta Co-Op 187 Crocker Park Blvd. 440-892-2667

Wendy’s 29778 Detroit Rd. 440-892-8946

White Oaks Restaurants 777 Cahoon Rd. 440-835-3090

Wild Mango 139 Crocker Park Blvd. 440-979-1888

Yard House 160 Union St. 440-808-8403

Yuzu King Japanese Cuisine 27333 Detroit Rd. 440-617-1010

Zoup! 30187 Detroit Rd. 440-892-9687

Every effort has been made to provide a complete and accurate restaurant list for the community magazine. Please contact us in reference to corrections as there are restaurant openings and closings in the area after the magazine is published.

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