Cleveland February 27, 2017
The Secluded Restaurant Near Cleveland With The Most Magical Surroundings
Sometimes a little peace and quiet is the perfect complement to a delicious, hearty meal. “Peace and quiet” might not be what Cleveland is known for, but the surrounding areas of the North Coast have plenty of amazing isolated spots to dine in seclusion, like this unforgettable farm country eatery.
Malabar Farm Restaurant, nestled in Richland County's Pleasant Valley, is only a short drive from Cleveland, but stepping foot on its grounds is like entering an amazingly peaceful new world.
The farmstand was built in 1820, out of sandstone bricks shaped on-site. The rich history of this place makes even a simple meal feel all the more grand and incredible.
Pleasant Valley is aptly named. The natural beauty extends for miles, and the Malabar homestead itself is very walkable, so you can take a leisurely stroll through the amazing greenery after your meal.
Homestyle furnishing, a friendly, welcoming atmosphere and modern country aesthetic make Malabar Farm a dining experience unlike anything you'll find in Cleveland.
The food is ethically-sourced, raised local, and above all, delicious. From succulent prime rib to off-kilter specialties like fried pork loin macaroni and cheese, the farm-fresh menu is as great as the scenery.
The seasonal patio deck allows you to take the Malabar Farm experience outside, giving you an unprecedented view of the entire farm and the surrounding valley oasis.
Any time of day during any season, the views you get to experience while eating at the Malabar Farm Restaurants are jaw-droppingly gorgeous and will stick with you for life.
In addition to the restaurant proper, Malabar Farm offers a wide variety of other cool attractions, like a farm-fresh produce market, walking tours and interactive Native American history demonstrations.
A visit to Malabar Farm Restaurant offers you so much more than a meal. From the isolated setting to the stunning scenery, this country eatery has everything you could want out of a northeast Ohio dining experience.
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