Lil’ Blue House on Flora Avenue

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Lil’ Blue House on Flora Avenue

Food scene
Best bartenders & authentic delicious Mexican food and endless margaritas. Family friendly, carry-out.
Tito's Mexican Grill
3333 Manchester Rd
Best bartenders & authentic delicious Mexican food and endless margaritas. Family friendly, carry-out.
Best breakfast in town. Call ahead for reservations. Pens daily at 7:00 am. honeymoongrille.com
Honeymoon Grille
3458 Manchester Road
Best breakfast in town. Call ahead for reservations. Pens daily at 7:00 am. honeymoongrille.com
Traditional/American food. Opens daily at 7:00 am.
Coventry Diner
3333 Manchester Road
Traditional/American food. Opens daily at 7:00 am.
Within walking distance. up the hill on Flora Avenue. You can come here for a tasty Spanish dog, root beer on draft, and the nostalgia. 330.753.3674
B&K Root Beer
903 West Main Street
Within walking distance. up the hill on Flora Avenue. You can come here for a tasty Spanish dog, root beer on draft, and the nostalgia. 330.753.3674
House of Hunan Restaurant offers authentic and delicious tasting Chinese and Japanese cuisine. House of Hunan's convenient location and affordable prices make our restaurant a natural choice for dine-in, take-out meals in the Akron community. The restaurant is known for its variety in taste and high quality fresh sushi. 330.773.1888
House of Hunan
376 East Waterloo Road
House of Hunan Restaurant offers authentic and delicious tasting Chinese and Japanese cuisine. House of Hunan's convenient location and affordable prices make our restaurant a natural choice for dine-in, take-out meals in the Akron community. The restaurant is known for its variety in taste and high quality fresh sushi. 330.773.1888
Bar Scene
Sports Bar. Watch all of your favorite SPORTS here. Opens daily 11:00 am. Daily Specials. Pool Tables.
Johnny J's Pub & Grille, Portage Lakes
3333 Manchester Road
Sports Bar. Watch all of your favorite SPORTS here. Opens daily 11:00 am. Daily Specials. Pool Tables.
Food, Friends, Music & Entertainment. Trivia Night Tuesday. Daily Specials. 234-706-5958
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Upper Deck Bar & Grill
357 West Turkeyfoot Lake Road
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Food, Friends, Music & Entertainment. Trivia Night Tuesday. Daily Specials. 234-706-5958
The number one spot in the lakes for live sporting events, including The NFL Sunday Ticket, UFC PPV, & College Gameday. Locals features a full-scale bar, live music & entertainment, a hand-picked craft beer selection, amazing food, and games like KENO, darts & Golden Tee! Opens Daily 11AM (330) 794-5157
PICK'S At PLX
530 Portage Lakes Drive
The number one spot in the lakes for live sporting events, including The NFL Sunday Ticket, UFC PPV, & College Gameday. Locals features a full-scale bar, live music & entertainment, a hand-picked craft beer selection, amazing food, and games like KENO, darts & Golden Tee! Opens Daily 11AM (330) 794-5157
Authentic Japanese Cuisine and delicious tasting American food. The restaurant is known for its variety in taste and high quality fresh ingredients. Daily Specials on Sushi. Adult Beverages. 330.785.3700
Hyde Out
491 East Waterloo Road
Authentic Japanese Cuisine and delicious tasting American food. The restaurant is known for its variety in taste and high quality fresh ingredients. Daily Specials on Sushi. Adult Beverages. 330.785.3700
Pizza & Wings
Walking distance. 330.753.2300
Marco's Pizza
2474 Manchester Road
Walking distance. 330.753.2300
330.745.4000
Pizza Hut
2665 Manchester Road
330.745.4000
College Night Scene at Akron University Campus. Happy Hour 2-5PM Mon -Fri $2 Domestic Drafts. Delivery & Take-Out Available. 330.434.4976
EuroGyro
444 East Exchange Street
College Night Scene at Akron University Campus. Happy Hour 2-5PM Mon -Fri $2 Domestic Drafts. Delivery & Take-Out Available. 330.434.4976
Personal Favorite
Chill Ice Cream uses as many local and fresh ingredients from many fantastic farms and businesses across Ohio to obtain the highest quality fruit, nuts and dairy for our ice cream.
Chill Ice Cream Co
209 South Main Street
Chill Ice Cream uses as many local and fresh ingredients from many fantastic farms and businesses across Ohio to obtain the highest quality fruit, nuts and dairy for our ice cream.
Live jazz, fine food & spirits. A relaxing atmosphere for light socialization and the presentation of quality live jazz. Full-service bar boasting premium liquors, signature cocktails, and inspired wine & beer selections. BLU Jazz+ has a “retro” mid-century modern feel & captures the intimacy of the famous New York City jazz clubs while offering the style and sophistication of a modern venue. 330-252.1190
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BLU Jazz+
47 E Market St
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Live jazz, fine food & spirits. A relaxing atmosphere for light socialization and the presentation of quality live jazz. Full-service bar boasting premium liquors, signature cocktails, and inspired wine & beer selections. BLU Jazz+ has a “retro” mid-century modern feel & captures the intimacy of the famous New York City jazz clubs while offering the style and sophistication of a modern venue. 330-252.1190
Neighborhoods
Akron, OH Famously known as "The Rubber Capital of the World" . It was once known as a center of airship development. Today, its economy includes manufacturing, education, healthcare, and biomedical research; leading corporations include Gojo Industries, FirstEnergy, Huntington Bank, and Charter Spectrum. Notable historic events in Akron include the passage of the Akron School Law of 1847, which created the K–12 system; the popularization of the church architectural Akron Plan, the foundation of Alcoholics Anonymous, the Akron Experiment into preventing goiters with iodized salt, the 1983 Supreme Court case City of Akron v. Akron Center for Reproductive Health; and portions of the 2014 Gay Games. A racially diverse city, it has seen noted racial relations speeches by Sojourner Truth in 1851 — the Ain't I A Woman? speech; W. E. B. Du Bois in 1920;[8] and President Bill Clinton in 1997. In 1914, Marcus Garvey founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association in Akron. Episodes of major civil unrest in Akron have included the riot of 1900, rubber strike of 1936, and the Wooster Avenue riots of 1968. Park & Recreation Major parks in Akron include Lock 3, Firestone, Goodyear Heights, the F.A. Seiberling Nature Realm (or Naturealm), and part of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Several of the parks along on the locks of the canal. Lock 3 Park in downtown Akron is the city's hub for entertainment. It is commonly used as an outdoor amphitheater hosting live musical entertainment, festivals, and special events year-round. The park was created in the early 21st century to provide green space within the city of Akron. The Ohio and Erie Canal can still be seen flowing behind the stage where there was once a boat yard and dry dock. Later, a pottery factory stood there until the parking deck of the M. O'Neil Co. department store was built in the current location. More than 65,000 guests use the park for recreation annually. During Lock 3 Live, it holds concerts for almost every musical genre, including alternative, R&B, reggae, gospel, country, pop, jazz, and classic rock. Some festivals the park hosts throughout the year include Soap Box Derby opening ceremonies, firefighter competitions, charity events, tournaments, and animal events. From November through February, Lock 3 Park is transformed into an outdoor ice-skating rink. Adjacent to the Derby Downs race hill is a 19,000-square-foot outdoor skatepark. The park features concrete ramps, including two bowls going as deep as 7 feet ( a snake run, two hips, a stair set with handrail, many smaller quarter pipes and a variety of grind boxes. Positioned just a few feet from the Akron Skatepark is a Pro BMX course where organized races are often held in the warmer months. Akron residents can enjoy various ice skating activities year round at the historic Akron Ice House. The Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath Trail is a regional bike and hike trail that follows the canal. A bridge was completed in 2008, crossing Route 59/The Innerbelt, which connects the towpath proper with bike routes painted onto streets downtown, thus completing another step toward the connection of Cleveland and East Liverpool with a hike and bike trail.[citation needed] The State of Ohio plans to reconstruct the trail which once ran completely through Ohio, to New Philadelphia from Cleveland. The trail features a floating observation deck section over Summit Lake. It is a popular tourist attraction, as it attracts over 2 million visits annually. The Portage Hike and Bike Trail, when fully complete, will connect with the hike and bike trails in the county. The largest universities in Akron, OH are University of Akron Main Campus, Brown Mackie College-Akron and Akron School of Practical Nursing.
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Akron
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Akron, OH Famously known as "The Rubber Capital of the World" . It was once known as a center of airship development. Today, its economy includes manufacturing, education, healthcare, and biomedical research; leading corporations include Gojo Industries, FirstEnergy, Huntington Bank, and Charter Spectrum. Notable historic events in Akron include the passage of the Akron School Law of 1847, which created the K–12 system; the popularization of the church architectural Akron Plan, the foundation of Alcoholics Anonymous, the Akron Experiment into preventing goiters with iodized salt, the 1983 Supreme Court case City of Akron v. Akron Center for Reproductive Health; and portions of the 2014 Gay Games. A racially diverse city, it has seen noted racial relations speeches by Sojourner Truth in 1851 — the Ain't I A Woman? speech; W. E. B. Du Bois in 1920;[8] and President Bill Clinton in 1997. In 1914, Marcus Garvey founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association in Akron. Episodes of major civil unrest in Akron have included the riot of 1900, rubber strike of 1936, and the Wooster Avenue riots of 1968. Park & Recreation Major parks in Akron include Lock 3, Firestone, Goodyear Heights, the F.A. Seiberling Nature Realm (or Naturealm), and part of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Several of the parks along on the locks of the canal. Lock 3 Park in downtown Akron is the city's hub for entertainment. It is commonly used as an outdoor amphitheater hosting live musical entertainment, festivals, and special events year-round. The park was created in the early 21st century to provide green space within the city of Akron. The Ohio and Erie Canal can still be seen flowing behind the stage where there was once a boat yard and dry dock. Later, a pottery factory stood there until the parking deck of the M. O'Neil Co. department store was built in the current location. More than 65,000 guests use the park for recreation annually. During Lock 3 Live, it holds concerts for almost every musical genre, including alternative, R&B, reggae, gospel, country, pop, jazz, and classic rock. Some festivals the park hosts throughout the year include Soap Box Derby opening ceremonies, firefighter competitions, charity events, tournaments, and animal events. From November through February, Lock 3 Park is transformed into an outdoor ice-skating rink. Adjacent to the Derby Downs race hill is a 19,000-square-foot outdoor skatepark. The park features concrete ramps, including two bowls going as deep as 7 feet ( a snake run, two hips, a stair set with handrail, many smaller quarter pipes and a variety of grind boxes. Positioned just a few feet from the Akron Skatepark is a Pro BMX course where organized races are often held in the warmer months. Akron residents can enjoy various ice skating activities year round at the historic Akron Ice House. The Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath Trail is a regional bike and hike trail that follows the canal. A bridge was completed in 2008, crossing Route 59/The Innerbelt, which connects the towpath proper with bike routes painted onto streets downtown, thus completing another step toward the connection of Cleveland and East Liverpool with a hike and bike trail.[citation needed] The State of Ohio plans to reconstruct the trail which once ran completely through Ohio, to New Philadelphia from Cleveland. The trail features a floating observation deck section over Summit Lake. It is a popular tourist attraction, as it attracts over 2 million visits annually. The Portage Hike and Bike Trail, when fully complete, will connect with the hike and bike trails in the county. The largest universities in Akron, OH are University of Akron Main Campus, Brown Mackie College-Akron and Akron School of Practical Nursing.

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Places to Visit in Akron, Ohio

Top Places to Visit: 1. Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens 2. Akron Zoo 3. F.A. Seiberling Nature Realm (Summit Metroparks) 4. Akron Civic Theatre 5. Dr. Bob's Home (Founder of AA) 6. Indian Signal Tree 7. Lock 3 8. Akron Art Museum 9. InfoCision Stadium - Summa Field 10. Goodyear Airdock (Blimp Rides) 11. Akron Children's Museum 12.Portage Lakes State Park (Dog Friendly) 13. Cascade Valley Park 14. Akron-Summit County Public Library (High Street) 15. Nativity Museum and replica of Bethlehem's Cave (Catholic Church) 16. Cummings Center for the History of Psychology (U of Akron)
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Places To Visit in Akron, Ohio (continued)

17. Blossom Music Center 18. Firestone Stadium (less than a mile away) 19. Summit Mall (Fairlawn, Ohio) 20. Kent State University (Kent, Ohio) 21. Highland Square (Mustard Seed, Bars & Food) 22. Canton Football Hall of Fame (Canton, Ohio) 23. Soap Box Derby 24. John S. Knight Convention Center 25. Cleveland, Ohio (30 miles away)
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EMERGENCY INFORMATION

Hospital: Cleveland Clinic Akron General Medical Center, ER 1 Akron General Avenue Akron, Ohio 44307 330-344-6000 Police: Akron Police Department 217 South High Street Akron, Ohio 44308 330-375-2552 Emergency House Maintenance: Adam 234-258-9230