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.
In 2000, the crypt of General Elisha G. Marshall was vandalized, and his body parts were scattered around the cemetery grounds.
The Red Eagle Distillery In Geneva Ohio was opened in 2012 as one of the first legal distilleries in the state of Ohio since prohibition. The distillery is housed in a historic barn that was built in the late 1880s. Used for farming, the barn was also rumored to once have been used to distill spirits during prohibition and beyond. The distillery is located in the heart of the Grand River Valley wine region nestled right next to their sister business South River Winery, that features an 80-acre vineyard.