Time with little children can go painfully slow on a lazy Saturday or Sunday. We like to get out of the house and do something. For us, it is having lunch or dinner out. We eat out quite a bit for a family with three kids. I have had enough of the usual. I used to like bar food. But after 8 years of taking the kids to a fast, noisy kind of restaurant, I am getting tired of it.
Recently, we had a friend in from Cinci. He is the person that got us saying "I am not talking about it, I am just saying." We took a gamble and decided to try a newer restaurant. I am so glad that we did. You MUST visit Brewsters in Twinsburg.
When we first moved here, they were located next to Giant Eagle and it was called Arabica. Then, they changed their name. They then moved next to Gander Mountain down by the China Buffet and the highway. They took the Beef O'Brady restaurant and made it cozy with booths and better decor.
Why is it worth the trip (especially for you Solon people who don't like to drive ten minutes South into Twinsburg)? Their food is amazing. They take bar food and they kick it up a notch (or three notches). I was so shocked that I think my husband wanted to tell me to quit talking about how surprised I was. I ordered the turkey pesto panini and the chili combo. Awesome. The kids loved their food. Husband loved the sports on the TV's and our guest loved the beer. This past weekend, I saw on Twitter (You can follow them to see their specials) that they had a Browns burger, fries and beer combo during the Browns game for $5.00. Got to love Twinsburg prices.
The quality of the food is fantastic. And for all of you party animals, they have music on the weekends and great prices on wine and martinis. Prices are perfect and you will be pleasantly surprised. You must try Brewsters.
I have received nothing for this post. I just wanted to share the love. And if you have kids, ask your server to let you know what they have on their "kids menu." For some reason, they don't have it printed out. Totally kid friendly but for some reason, they are missing the paper version.
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