25 Stops For Excellent Eats In Ashtabula County, OH

25 Stops For Excellent Eats In Ashtabula County, OH

Stay local for a change.

Often times, when planning a night out locals will find themselves making the trek all the way to Mentor or Erie for a dining experience. Here are 25 great restaurants you don't have to spend all that gas money for. Enjoy yourself in the comfort of Ashtabula County, at some places you can only enjoy here.

1. El Peunte

Delicious and low priced Mexican food? Count me in.

2. The Crow's Nest

Local, family food where you're bound to know at least one person.

3. Covered Bridge Pizza

A gem you often forget only has local locations. When your friends come from out of town to visit, why not show off the local treasure?

4. Los Compadres

Another great Mexican restaurant with great service and great Queso.

5. Eddie's Grill

Geneva on the lake is full of delicious stops, but Eddie's Grill is a hometown specialty for sure.

6. White Turkey Drive-In

Burgers, hot dogs, fries and a beautiful seating area. What's not to love?

7. Kay's Place

Breakfast, lunch, dinner? Doesn't matter what time of day, Kay's Place is open and delicious.

8. Briquettes Smokehouse

Indoor or outdoor seating along with the best pulled pork, an assortment of BBQ sauce and great fries.

9. All Things Coffee House

The atmosphere is cozy and the coffee is quality. Bring a friend and look through the guest book for people you know or play a game of big checkers as you catch up.

10. Chops Grille

A good spot right off 90 to meet for a drink and appetizers in the bar section or a big steak dinner in the dining room.

11. Heavenly Creamery

This little delight is housed in an old church and the homemade ice cream is delicious.

12. Old Firehouse Winery

This restaurant always has plenty of firehouse paraphernalia and sometimes, if you're lucky, a musical act on the stage outside.

13. Bridge Street Pizza

You may have thought this location was gone but alas! They have just moved down a few doors from where you're used to getting delicious pizza.

14. The Harbor Perk

Want a cute picture of you and your friends in an aesthetically pleasing coffee shop? The Harbor Perk is the place to go for that (and good coffee).

15. Tony's Dog House

Want to stay in the Harbor but not deal with the main street? Pop into Tony's Dog House and see who can eat the biggest hot dog.

16. Tony's Deli

On the go and thinking about running through McDonald's? Consider stopping into Tony's Deli for great homemade food instead.

17. Lakeway Restaurant

A delicious nook for you and your family to get together an enjoying anything from fried steak to spaghetti.

18. Salvato's Pizza

Pizzas, subs, salad and a full tummy are all on the menu here.

19. New Orient Express

A family owned and delicious alternative to driving to Mentor or Erie for Chinese food that (you can admit it) isn't even as good. Also, a chance to grab a lobster out of a claw machine.

20. The Corner Bar

Play pool and eat french fries while you wait for delicious burgers to dig into.

21. Lunch Box

A diner with the best waffles in Ashtabula and a breakfast challenge few can defeat.

22. Jefferson Diner

Take your pick from booths, tables or bar stools and prepare to enjoy.

23. Pizza Roto

Want pizza but don't feel like waiting? Head to this quick fire pizzeria for a little wait and lots of enjoyment. (This one might be just a little bit out of Ashtabula County, but it's worth the two extra minutes.)

24. Mugs

Settle in for breakfast and bring along a kid so that they can enjoy some Mickey Mouse shaped pancakes.

25. Colucci's Pizza

If you're in Jefferson and looking for quick and quality pizza, Colucci's is a good bet to please the whole party.

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While living the healthy life (the new and improved life of you of 2018), it's easy to get bored and bogged down by the salads, the meals that you've promised yourself to eat 2-3 times a day in order to lose that holiday weight. Having the same old greenery day in and day out gets dull and makes you want to reach for the nearest burger or chocolate bar.

Use these 5 recipes to keep you interested in your new diet. You can even pre-make them for the week to keep you on track.

1. The SoCal LoCal

2 tbsp balsamic vinegar

1 tbsp dijon mustard

1 tsp honey

1 tsp olive oil

Salt and pepper to taste

Calories: ~90 per recipe

2. Mr Cheese

2 tbsp olive oil

2 tbsp lemon juice

1.5 tsp dijon mustard

2 tsp minced garlic (you can get this in a jar to make it easier)

Now for the good stuff!

1/2 cup sour cream

2 tbsp mayonnaise

4 oz grated extra sharp cheddar

2 chopped green onions

Salt and pepper to taste

3. Hot Stuff

2/3 cup olive oil

1/3 cup vinegar

3 tbsp lemon juice

2 garlic cloves, minced

1/4 tsp mustard powder

1/4 tsp basil leaves

1/2 tsp oregano

Add for spice, depending on how spicy you want it: paprika, tabasco

Salt and pepper to taste

4. Noodle Man

1/4 cup peanut butter

2 tbsp rice vinegar

2 tbsp lime juice

3 tbsp vegetable oil

1 tbsp soy sauce

1 1/2 tbsp honey

And finally....

5. For the one who has Ketchup on Everything

Simply mix all to blend

3/4 cup tomato paste

2 tbsp apple cider vinegar

2 tbsp sweetner

1 tsp salt

1 tsp garlic powder

1 tsp onion powder

Tiny pinch of allspice and cayenne pepper

2/3 cup water

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Ordering Guide: Pressure Cooker

Pressure Cooker

  

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There're various types of the tools. Yet, by types of heating, they can be separated into stovetop and electric pressure cookers. No one better than other, there're benefits and cons for both.

Stovetop vs Electric

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Unless of course for canning, which foods won't directly adhere to the pots, choose stainless-steel over aluminum pots. They're more durable and non-reactive to acidic and alkaline foods.

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