North Ridgeville is a city located along the eastern border of Lorain County, Ohio, United States. The city's population was 29,465 at the 2010 census. A west side suburb of Cleveland, North Ridgeville is the fastest-growing city in the entire Greater Cleveland area.
Things to do in North Ridgeville
4.5 based on 152 reviews
I am big fan of Tex-Mex and try to eat/visit all the local places to eat. I was pretty excited to try this place. Sadly, it was a let down. The food was not that good. The noise level was a step down below a dull roar and the service was SLOW. All in all maybe it was a off night but we wont be back. Cozumel down the street is much better..
4.5 based on 113 reviews
This was the best ice cream we’ve ever had!! And it was served by a friendly and helpful staff. We liked that there is an option on the menu called “Taster’s Trio” so we could try 3 different flavors (and we were expecting mini scoops but they were big scoops!). Great variety of ice cream flavors and a large and clean seating area with free self-serve water. We wish we lived in the area so we could return more often!
4 based on 153 reviews
Enjoy taking my grandsons here for a meal. They enjoy the mac and cheese which is so different from the average mac and cheese. Very good.The portions are quite large. And we all enjoy the stromboli. The nacho supreme is also very good. And the portion is more than adequate. The disappointing aspect of this restaurant is the NOISE level. It has always been a problem. High ceilings and hard surfaces really contribute to the problem. They are always very busy and it does not seem to deter their clientele. They also have a full bar.
4.5 based on 123 reviews
Whatever you order will be prepared wonderfully. Nice selection of food types, beautiful presentation. Salmon and steaks are especially mouthwatering, but the weekly specials are a nice change. Of course, the lobster bisque is worth coming for just by itself! Good service, great food and a comfortable atmosphere help explain my A+ rating.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
My husband and I go here more than we care to admit. Probably too frequently. But it is one of our favorite stops. They have so many delicious options. Just yesterday I tried the "Sundae At The Museum" ice cream. It had fudge, caramel and pecans inside... oh yum!!!! It was amazing. The staff is really nice too, just like the owner. Worth the stop! There is a drive through too, like if you're in your PJs... not that we've ever done that. Don't judge.
4.5 based on 50 reviews
We visited Fragapane in North Olmsted on International Doughnut Day and they were BUSY. However, their counter was filled with some of the most appealing bakery items and almost every imaginable type of danish and doughnut. Yet every customer received individual service from a smiling associate. I had a cherry danish that was one of the best I have eaten since growing up near a bakery. We delighted the team at work by bringing two dozen doughnuts and the comments were very positive. This bakery does it right.
4.5 based on 79 reviews
Thumbs up and down for our first visit to this restaurant. We sat on the patio, which is very pleasant as they have made an effort to make it into a garden like space. The inside rooms are quite dark, and devoid of decor. Our server was personable and attentive, but not pushy. The salad was good and a little different, as it contained bits of pasta as well as greens. I ordered chicken Parmesan, my favorite dish. It was disappointing. The chicken was very thick and "slab-like." Quite heavy tasting. It had not been pounded, as a good parm should be. I are very little of the huge portion.The penne side was over sauced, as it swam in heavy marinara. Good marinara is not heavy. My husband had veal Parmesan which was properly prepared. His was much better. This is a rather expensive restaurant. My chicken was $21. The usual price for this dish here, is between $15-18. I will probably not return.
4 based on 112 reviews
Really I’m just reviewing this to tell you to go as soon as possible and try their chicken and waffles. Like everything there the portions are huge and homemade but the chicken n waffle combo is honestly one of the finest breakfast/brunch meals you’ll ever find. The bacon in the waffles and the homemade mustard sauce seal the deal.
4.5 based on 208 reviews
Wanted to visit this place for awhile now, we finally had a reason to celebrate and it was worth the money. Food and service were excellent!
4.5 based on 261 reviews
This log cabin venue looks magical at Christmas, with little white lights and pine roping on the ceiling and walls. The food can be exquisite, and the service is unusually efficient, courteous, and professional. Our food varied from good to memorable. The sound level can be distracting for quiet conversation.
I can say that they really care about your experience, so just let them know what you need. This is a fine dining experience.
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