10 of the best pizza places in Northeast Ohio

Any way you slice it, pizza is the best. Now, you just need to choose where to order it from.

CLEVELAND — Are you looking for a good slice of pizza? We’ve got you covered! From Salted Dough in Broadview Heights to Chatty’s in Bay Village, 3News’ Doug Trattner has a tasty list of 10 great pizza joints you can explore throughout Northeast Ohio. How many of these have you visited? What’s your favorite pizza spot?

This feature is part of the ongoing “Save Our Sauce” campaign, which is being done to help show support Northeast Ohio restaurants amid the

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St. Patrick’s Day take-out options Cleveland and Northeast Ohio

CLEVELAND — Hard to believe, but Wednesday marks the second St. Patrick’s Day to occur during the COVID-19 pandemic.

While many restaurants and bars are open in Northeast Ohio for in-person dining, many patrons still aren’t ready to eat indoors. If you want to get in the spirit of the holiday and eat some of the best corned beef and fixings in our area while supporting local, takeout is a great option. 

Below, you will find a list of some of our favorite places around Cleveland to get your fix of St. Patrick’s Day food. 

Downtown Cleveland

Flannery’s Pub

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Orion Coffee & Tea In Cedarville, Ohio

The small town of Cedarville, Ohio—population 4000—may not be on your specialty coffee map just yet, but hear us out! We think that should change after today. Sprudge Media Network’s international Sprudge Maps program is out there looking for incredible coffee bars near and far, in towns large and not-so-large. Which is how we found out about Orion Coffee & Tea, a little coffee bar with a big commitment to drink quality and offering a world-class coffee experience to the people of Cedarville, including students and faculty at Cedarville University.

We spoke digitally with Orion Coffee owner Eric Irwin

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Centerville bakery Boosalis Baking and Cafe named best in Ohio by ‘Eat This, Not That’

“The French-inspired pastries at this family-run joint are all made from scratch with European-grade butter, using time-honored baking traditions and recipes that have been passed down for generations. Yelpers agree that all of that effort is obvious once you take one bite of their scones, croissants, cookies, macaroons, florentines, financiers, and other treats, or sandwiches on homemade bread.”

“Without a doubt, the most popular item of the best bakery in Ohio is the ultra-rich Kouign-Amann pastry — a buttery croissant that’s served like a cupcake. Other favorites include the pecan sticky buns, chocolate croissants, ginger molasses cookies, and peanut butter

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