Huron is a city in Erie County, Ohio, United States. The population was 7,149 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Sandusky, Ohio Metropolitan Statistical Area. Huron Township surrounds the City of Huron.
Things to do in Huron
4.5 based on 310 reviews
Berardi's has been in the business of delivering great food to the local community for four generations. Albert and Roseanne Berardi founded the restaurant in 1979, after making a name for themselves with their famous French fries at Cedar Point. For nearly 40 years, the thick, fresh cut, made to order French fries were a staple at Cedar Point. Al's parents, Secando and Eurosia (Mama) Berardi, were hardworking, inspirational Italian immigrants who knew how to make Old World style delicious food. Today we carry on that tradition, preparing fresh homemade food that is sure to please the entire family
We've been going to Beraldi's for years and have never been disappointed. The coffee is fresh, the granny apple pie and chocolate chip cookies are delicious, and the choices for main entrees are just right. Plus, there is no better lasagna than that which is served at Beraldi's. (I do, however, miss that they no longer serve ostrich or bison burgers - they were quite good, too.)
4.5 based on 70 reviews
My understanding is that this has been here for ever and one stop will tell you why. They had a large group of customers out front and I almost didn't stop. Glad I did. The line moved fast for this type place. Good food. Stop here for sure
4 based on 13 reviews
We visited this donut shop on a short trip to Cedar Point. Our motel did not serve breakfast so I crawled out of bed in search of some good donuts. I first stopped at the local grocery store and was directed to this quaint little donut shop. I'm not going to lie, this seemed to be a local hangout. It was one of those places you walk into and everyone stares. They were friendly stares, though. The lady who took my order was WONDERFUL! I hadn't had any coffee yet and I had to ask her to repeat herself numerous times because my brain wasn't functional. I was worried because I didn't have much cash and was dismayed to find out they didn't take debit cards. She nicely informed me I could write a check even though I wasn't a local! I picked out a nice assortment of donuts and got two large coffees to go. The donuts were good. I can't say they were the best but I'm from Amish country where they REALLY know how to make good donuts! My family was happy, though, and I couldn't have asked for a nicer experience.
4 based on 111 reviews
This is our family favorite Mexican Restaurant in the area. My daughter always has to make it here when she comes home from college. The cheese sauce for the chips and Lunch #9 is the winning dishes for our family. Great atmosphere, fast and friendly service too.
3.5 based on 26 reviews
Located just east of town in the parking lot of a strip mall this is like many other dairy queens. Good quick stop for ice cream or a quick meal.
3 based on 3 reviews
Skip this place unless you like the atmosphere of a biker bar. There isn't a real menu just stuff they throw together since it's Ohio law to serve good at a bar.
4.5 based on 41 reviews
From the time we walked in the door until the time we left we were treated like family. The waitress was friendly and attentive. The pizza had plenty of cheese and was very tasty. We would definitely go back again if we are ever in that part of Ohio.
4 based on 93 reviews
This is the first time Tripadvisor reviews have ever let me down. The place is definitely seedy (which apparently appeals to some); but beyond that, the experience was just bad. First, we had a heck of a time finding it, and when we finally wandered in at 7:30 pm, the waitress sharply warned us that the kitchen was closing at 8:00 so we shouldn’t dawdle over drinks. The menu actually didn’t offer an abundance of choices, the perch was mediocre, and the salad tasted like it came out of a bag that was a little past its “sell by” date. We were very disappointed.
4 based on 117 reviews
All the restaurants in Vermilion/Huron decided to either close altogether or at 4pm...except the Angry Bull. Accordingly, everyone lined up happily at the Angry Bull.
Management worked through long lines (45 minutes) to keep all customers watered and fed.
My martini was huge and my wine glass seemed to automatically refill during our hour wait for our food. The Delmonico was tasty as well as a chicken alfredo dish.
Free house potato chips kept us sane while waiting.
The staff could not have been nicer.
We will return on a "normal" night in the future.
4 based on 123 reviews
Rt 61 and Rt 6. Kinda out in the the middle of nowhere.
Friday evening ... arrived about 5:30 and we're seated quickly with no reservations. By 6:00, they were full with people waiting.
Great menu with plenty of options and evening specials. I ordered the Chicken Oscar and will order it again. It was fantastic. The meals came with bread and a real treat was the marichino cherry honey butter see photos
Our waitress was Nikki who did a great job. I had ice tea to drink and just before my glass was empty, she had another sitting, ready for me.
Recommended by a friend and it was truly a great recommendation
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