These 10 Longest-Standing Restaurants In Ohio Are Still Around For A Reason
If something’s been around for more than 100 years, there’s likely a pretty solid reason why. Ohio’s restaurants are no different. Most of the time, the older the restaurant is, the better the food is—and the richer the history. With delicious cuisine and incredible histories, here are some of the oldest restaurants in Ohio:
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Address: 10150 Plymouth St, Hanoverton, OH 44423, USA
Address: 27 Broadway St, Toledo, OH 43604, USA
Address: 1700 Cumberland St, London, OH 43140, USA
Address: 400 N Whitewoman St, Coshocton, OH 43812, USA
Address: 240 E Kossuth St, Columbus, OH 43206, USA
Address: 201 S Ohio Ave, Sidney, OH 45365, USA
Address: 777 Cahoon Rd, Westlake, OH 44145, USA
Address: 1350 Bellefontaine Ave, Lima, OH 45804, USA
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oldest restaurants in Ohio
October 12, 2020
Are there any historic restaurants in Ohio?
These aren’t the only historic restaurants in Ohio! Carl’s Town House, located in Chillicothe, is a nostalgic diner that dates all the way back to 1940. The old school vibe, delicious burgers, and friendly service will totally dazzle you.
What kind of food is Ohio known for?
From comfort food classics to upscale seafood, you’ll find a wide variety of food in Ohio. If you go to Cincinnati, you’ll find loads of tasty joints serving their special brand of chili. Cincinnati chili isn’t like anything you’ll find in the south. This dish is slightly sweet and often comes on top of a bowl of spaghetti. We wouldn’t have it any other way! Want to learn more about the signature foods in Ohio? Check out our previous article: These 10 Iconic Foods In Ohio Will Have Your Mouth Watering.
April is the Ohio staff writer for Only in Your State. She is an Ohio native with a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. With more than 10 years of writing experience and a background in news reporting for Ohio newspapers, she's published pieces in multiple print and online publications. When she's not on deadline or chasing after her toddler, she's hunting for hidden gems in Ohio or getting lost in a good book.
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