Hundley Cellars is a family owned winery Located on 35 acres in Harpersfield, Ohio. Opened in 2014 Hundley Cellars is a relatively new winery in the grand river valley wine region but quickly became a favorite among locals and visitors alike. This winery is housed in a renovated farmhouse and it surely makes you feel at home.
When you think of Italian food you might just think of Olive Garden, but you may not know there is an authentic Italian market right here in northeast Ohio! Verdi’s Italian Market is one the best-kept secrets in all of Mentor, Ohio. Not only does Verdi’s offer an extensive menu of made to order sandwiches, homemade entrees, and salads but they also have a grocery market, gift shop, bakery and offer catering. Verdi’s is a family owned business with a wonderful, friendly, kind and knowledgeable staff who will make you feel at home and remember you each time you come back.
Scribblers Coffee Company originally started as specialty coffee roaster, wholesaler, and retailer in 1993 and had been selling coffee online only, until 2013 when they opened their cafe and roasting house in Geneva Ohio.
Berry’s Restaurant is pretty much a landmark for the town of Norwalk. This gem of a restaurant is housed in a historic building that was constructed in 1867 and was a hotel called the St. Charles Hotel. The hotel also had a third-floor ballroom that was later removed because of safety concerns. Over the years the building had been sectioned off and served many purposes such as a cigar shop, singer sewing machine shop, barber shop and a confectionary kitchen.
Touch Supper Club is a nightclub located in the Ohio City neighborhood of Cleveland Ohio that offers great food and great entertainment. Touch Supper Club is well known for hosting DJs from around the world that spin anything from Funk & Soul to Hip Hop & EDM in their intimate downstairs lounge.
In 2000, the crypt of General Elisha G. Marshall was vandalized, and his body parts were scattered around the cemetery grounds.
Hogback Ridge is a 629 acre park located in Madison Ohio, it is bordered by the Grand River and Mill Creek. The park is named Hogback Ridge because it is on a high narrow ridge of land bordered on two sides by steep valleys making the ridge resemble the spine of a hog. The park boasts a 1,300-foot wheelchair accessible boardwalk and overlook deck that offers scenic views year round. Theres are also miles of gravel and natural trails in this massive park that lead to all kinds different views and terrains so you can explore a new part of the park you have never experienced every time you come here.