Willowick is a city in Lake County, Ohio, United States. The population was 14,171 at the 2010 census. A suburb of Cleveland, Willowick is served by a branch of the Willoughby-Eastlake Public Library. The city's name is a portmanteau of two adjacent cities in Lake County: Willoughby and Wickliffe. The current mayor of Willowick is Richard Regovich.
Things to do in Willowick
4.5 based on 154 reviews
I had a delicious lunch and, while my meal was truly tasty, I also got to admire what others around me had ordered. Most definitely recommended if you like Italian food PLUS everyone gets a slice of cassata cake for dessert with their order. Yum.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Got chicken piccata meal for family home for the holidays. Huge portions and excellent taste. Chicken was lightly breaded with plenty of sauce and capers in the tray. Got rigatoni with meat sauce which could have been a meal by itself
Sesame rolls were wonderful too and a salad with some cheese and veggies
Came with butter pads and Italian dressing in a cup. Great meal for the six of us for $35
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Enjoyed schnitzel and potato pancakes at the local family restaurant. Fast service and good food. An amazing selection of deserts.
5 based on 88 reviews
Biagio's is a staple of the area - if you haven't been here yet, you are doing yourself a disservice. While they don't accept credit cards, they have an ATM on site. Get a mixed dozen, and treat yo' self.
Pizza is great, ice cream is great, pastries and donuts are great. Just go. Stop reading and go.
4 based on 42 reviews
This was our first time here. The restaurant is larger than it looks from the front & there is an outdoor patio area. We were served chips & salsa as soon as we were seated.
Took advantage of the margarita special, which was tasty, but average. Also, the fajita special came out sizzling hot &'was delicious. I had the beef burritos, which were large & very good. There were several items on the menu that we would like to try.
4.5 based on 60 reviews
Knowing I love all things French including crepes, my husband surprised me with a handmade certificate Christmas gift for lunch at Crepes in the City to be used over the holidays. We made the trek over the hills and through the woods, only to find they had very different and limited holiday hours with the restaurant being closed.. Disappointed, for sure.
Last night we made the same journey, a considerable distance, after verifying business hours on the restaurant website only to be told their website was hacked and that their correct hours are on their Facebook page. We are not on Facebook and never would think of verifying or double checking restaurant hours on Facebook rather than an official restaurant website. But when we got home, I checked their Facebook page last night and again today and yes indeed, different (and apparently correct) hours are listed on Facebook.. But nary a mention that their official website was hacked or cautioning customers about correct business hours. So let this be your caution announcement.
I am rating the food and value as very good based on the general consensus rather than actual experience. I am rating service as poor based on the fact we were twice burned and that the restaurant failed to update their Facebook page to avoid similar disappointment in other potential customers. I wish the restaurant would have done more than basically just shrug their shoulders and place the blame on anonymous hackers.
4 based on 65 reviews
A group of eighteen, separate checks? No problem! Our servers handled orders, service, desserts, to-go boxes, everything flawlessly, we ordered off the regular menu(!), and the food was outstanding! I loved the many family photographs hanging on the walls and enjoyed talking with our servers about the restaurant's history and its staff. We were in a separate room so we could actually hear each other talk (and most of us are of an age where that's not always simple). I'd eaten here before in a party of three, and we were treated equally well on both occasions. Will be back!
4.5 based on 186 reviews
Stopped with my wife for a late dinner after shopping on 12/11/17 to see if it was still as good as in the past since we haven't been here in about 4 years. Service was fast and dinners very good. My wife had the Chicken Madison, their creation, ($14.00) and I had the Wedding Soup & Caesar Salad ($7.29). Overall a very good dinner and even had some to take home. We won't wait as long to make a return visit.
4 based on 50 reviews
Steaks, Seafood and American cuisine. Specialty Burger Menu Casual Fine Dinning .Lounge and Live Entertainment Every weekend. Out door Patio and dining Weather permitting.
We were willing to pay the $32 per person for Easter buffet (self serve). When we arrived, we were told soft drinks, ice tea or coffee was an extra cost at $3 each. The waitress job was to clear our plates and fill our glasses with water. When we were given our bill, an automatic 20% gratuity was slapped on. For that much gratuity, I could have been "served" somewhere else. I am disgusted and feel like we were ripped off. Never again!
4.5 based on 107 reviews
Located in another nondescript strip mall, entering the café we found it to be very inviting as were the husband and wife team who run the establishment and prepare all the food, specializing in Old World European dishes.
Traveling on business from different directions, several of us met here early for lunch prior to our next stop. We were seated and served quickly; I ordered the stuffed peppers which was very good and the portion size was certainly more than enough for lunch.
Once done with lunch, we were able to linger with our choice of a specialty coffee while using the Wi-Fi to keep up with work, although we did not have any, there were a number of good looking homemade desserts as well. Definitely better than yet another chain restaurant experience.
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