Begin your foodie exploration of Guernsey County by strolling Wheeling Avenue for specialty chocolate, donuts and cakes, craft beers, artesian wines and cheeses and more!
Theo’s Restaurant in downtown Cambridge dishes up its famous mile-high lemon and chocolate pies topped so high with a tasty homemade meringue – you may not see the person across the table! Dig in!
Bake & Shake
The aroma of freshly baked glazed donuts, sugar cookies, pies and other goodies at Kennedy’s Bakery envelope you the moment you walk through the door. “The Original,” as the locals affectionately call it, has been part of the community since 1925. Kennedy’s Cakes and Donuts, located just a few miles from downtown, boasts 11 showcases of pastries – making it the largest display of baked goods in the state of Ohio. The shop has placed first in the U.S.A. Baking Contest. Did we mention they also have over 1 million milkshake flavors?
Pass the green beans, please! Francis Family Restaurant allows everyone to gather and share the best of home cooked meals, conversation, and time.
The Guernsey Kitchen in historic downtown Cambridge offers the Best scratch made foods created with local ingredients. Right next door, you’ll find McKenna’s Market, a deli featuring specialty artisan foods. Shop for craft beers, wines, cheeses, and more.
The atmosphere at Central Station Steak & Ale hook’s you from the start. The restaurant’s homage to trains is rustic with a modern flare. The menu ranges from lobster bisque to ribeye. Slide up to a full bar for a drink of ale and other spirits.
Handcrafted in Cambridge, Nothing But Chocolate (need we say more?) is a chocoholic’s dream! You’ll feel as if you’ve stepped into Willy Wonka’s Factory.
Old Fashioned Drive-In
Ok, if you are going to eat deep fried, foot-long Coney dogs, peanut butter milk shakes, onion rings, burgers or anything else that will cause you to add a few pounds, Orr’s Drive-In is the BEST place to find it!
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