Fairview Park is a city in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States. It borders Cleveland to the east, Westlake and North Olmsted to the west, Rocky River to the north and Brook Park to the south. At the 2010 census, the city population was 16,826.
Things to do in Fairview Park
4.5 based on 280 reviews
Eaten at Joe's since mid 80s. Can't believe the food they put out! And, desserts to make you feel guilty! Everything for the heart as well as the stomach!
4.5 based on 86 reviews
It really doesn't matter the time of day or time of year, there is basically always a line to sample Mitchell's fantastic ice cream flavors. Fortunately, they are always adequately staffed, and the line moves fast!
5 based on 34 reviews
You have to try their glazed doughnuts which are out of this world. Too bad they have calories and sugar because i could eat one every day! They have been in Fairview many years and their quality has not gone down. They are better than Krispy Kream! New location on Lorain in North Olmsted past Stearns Rd.
4.5 based on 156 reviews
Spanish and Portuguese fine dining in a casual atmosphere. Many cold and hot taps as well as entrees and daily specials. Wide range of prices, to fit any budget and served by a professional wait staff. Fun happy hour Monday through Saturday in the bar.
This was a good find. A local restaurant with great food and service. It was a little deceiving on Trip Advisor since I searched for “Latin” food. It was more Mediterranean food. I had the seafood platter with shrimp, lobster, calamari, octopus, scallops, and mussels. Very tasty!
4.5 based on 231 reviews
We had high hopes based on the reviews we read so we were most disappointed. The decor needs some updating as the booth we had was in dilapidated condition. We ordered chicken pot stickers. They came cold and without dipping sauce. We sent them back. The server we asked for sauce did not speak English well enough to understand what we wanted. Eventually we did get sauce. The pot stickers returned and were hot. The main courses were fine but not exceptional. The soda was flat.
And we had to wait a long time for a check. Throughout our meal the people at the next table were arguing with the waiter about their check -- and while that is not food-related, it made the dining experience unpleasant. Would never go back here.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
I just went to Dolce Wraps for the first time. The atmosphere walking in is super welcoming and sheek, yet the prices are surprisingly economical. (Lamb wrap $6.75, big enough to have for two small meals). The employee (Ashley) was extremely friendly and helpful. She...MoreWe would love to see you and serve you next time around Thanks
4.5 based on 364 reviews
Chill out man! Enjoy one of our award winning beers brewed on site with one of our Headwiches( Sandwiches roughly the size of your head). Our smokehouse wings are slow smoked with hickory and grilled and basted with a house made sauce of your choice. Hickory smoked pulled pork can be found on a stone oven pizza, burrito, a Headwich, on top of a burger, in our chili on top of a mound of our fresh cut fries. Enjoy our uncivilized and aggressive Head Hunter IPA or maybe our Bumbleberry Honey Blueberry ale is more your speed. Cheers!
#1 - GO THERE HUNGRY! Portions are huge / plenty to share! The menu selections seem endless! Ribs, chicken, wings, pasta, salads, burgers, sandwiches, wings & pizza. I had “The Clevelander”, a sandwich of kielbasa, bratwurst, spicy kraut, cheese and Stadium mustard. WOW! One of the best sandwiches I’ve had! #2 - go thirsty! The craft beer menu is also extensive. The night we dined there, they had two smoked beers! A porter and a lager! Both were excellent! Our server, Kelly did a great job. Well done, Fat Heads crew!
4.5 based on 118 reviews
Boasting a masterful arrangement of setting, mood, food and drink, Tartine Bistro recreates the unfeigned quintessence of a charming french bistro. The wine-friendly mediterranean- themed menu offers a wonderful assortment of small plates, salads, sandwiches, pizzas and entrees.
The food, drinks, and atmosphere were a delight at this charming French restaurant. My husband and I came to the restaurant for date night. Chef Michael Grieve is masterful in the kitchen creating mouth-watering dishes that are packed with delicious flavors. My husband had the 8 oz filet mignon with augratin potatoes, summer squash and rapini. This dish was superb. I had the scallops which melted in my mouth and was accompanied by cauliflower and roasted date puree. I savored every bite. To end our wonderful meal, we had the bananas foster bread pudding. This dessert did not disappoint and left us wanting more. This is a five-star restaurant. We will definitely go back for more.
4.5 based on 210 reviews
Their pan style pizza with the corn meal crust is beyond compare, they use real sausage, tasty pepperoni and a sweet sauce! Nice beer selection too.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
The place feels creepy to me, perhaps because there were several people sitting there who stared at us the entire time. My grilled cheese was passably crisp and cheesy. The potato pancakes were way underdone. The steak fries were perfectly crisped, though. Unfortunately the place smelled of disinfectant. Not a place Id return to.
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