Restaurants in Ohio

A big state with a sprawling culinary personality, Ohio is home to outstanding Polish and Hungarian food in and around Cleveland and to the unique layered-spaghetti Cincinnati chili known as Five-Way. Cincinnati, which also happens to be a great ice cream city, is the place to visit Old World butchers who still make their sausages from scratch and to sample goetta, a pork and pin-oat loaf that is outstanding breakfast meat. Barberton, just outside Akron, is famous for its super-succulent fried-in-lard chicken dinners; and the tiny town of Waldo has gained great fame for its world’s-best bologna sandwich. If you are making it your business to visit America’s greatest steak houses, the Pine Club of Dayton belongs near the top of your itinerary.

Ohio’s Most Famous Dishes

Wedge of pie with tall yellow base and even taller meringue, flecked with toasted coconut

Pies

Thick, griddle-sizzled bologna is piled into a b un with cheese, pickles, and a slice of onion

Bologna Sandwich

Mountainous sandwich holds pastrami, egg, French fries, cole slaw, and a tomato

Sandwiches

Great Ohio Recipes

Cincinnati Chili

Ohio’s Best Restaurants

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