Eastland Inn Restaurant & Bar ● 33 Eastland Road  ● Berea Ohio 44017  ●  Ph. 440-234-7260

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Best Perch Dinner in Cleveland!"

 

Hours: Mon-Sat: 11-2:30am

 

The Eastland Inn is a Berea institution that began decades ago in a quaint little Century Home. We offer the best in American Comfort Cuisine, libations, and neighborhood hospitality

 

Eastland Restaurant & Bar has always been a favorite to locals and Baldwin Wallace BW students, and is now on the popular social network Twitter BW Baldwin Wallace students chose the Eastland Inn Restaurant & Bar as a local favorite as one of the best bars near campus in Berea Ohio

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Berea's Eastland Inn plans holiday dinner for all: Around The Town

Rich Heileman writes a review of the renovations at the Eastland Inn Bar & Grille, mentioning home style meals with a great atmosphere.Rich Heileman, Sun News By Rich Heileman, Sun News 
on November 01, 2013, updated 
November 06, 2013

 

 

Berea -- Hard to believe, but November is upon us, conjuring visions of a delectable Thanksgiving feast.

cleveland.comDave and Liz Peterkoski of Berea will make that vision a reality when they host their 4th Annual Free Community Thanksgiving Day Dinner from noon to 5 p.m. Nov. 28 at their landmark Eastland Inn, 33 Eastland Road.

As many as 600 diners are expected to show up for this year's feast, Liz says. "it may get "a little crazy for a 12-table restaurant," but she adds, "This brings an unbelievable amount of happiness."

The free dinners will consist of Dave's tantalizing turkey, homemade stuffing, mashed potatoes, steamed green beans, yams and pumpkin pie topped with whipped cream.


Thanksgiving Day Dinner
Liz & Dave Peterkoski Eastland Inn.

Liz and Dave Peterkoski expect a record turnout at this year's Eastland Inn Thanksgiving feast
R. Heileman/special to Sun News


The Peterkoskis will make certain that anyone in Berea, Brookpark or Middleburg Heights who can't make it to the inn can have a holiday meal home delivered by calling 440-234-7260.

Donations of cash and non-perishable food items will be accepted from now until Thanksgiving.

Any and all proceeds from this event will be donated this year to the Berea Welfare Assistance Fund, SCAN Hunger Pantry, Guidestone and Berea Animal Shelter.

For more information, visit www.eastlandinn.com or call 440-234-7260.

 


 

"Great Restaurant and a Fun Bar in Berea Ohio"

 

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The Eastland Inn Restaurant & Bar is a favorite among Baldwin Wallace BW Students and Faculty

The Eastland Inn Restaurant & Bar in Berea Ohio is a favorite stop for Baldwin Wallace (BW) students between studies.

 

 

 

GETTING HERE

Cross Streets:

Eastland Road and Fowles Road (see: Map)

Just minutes from Cleveland Hopkins Airport, Baldwin Wallace College, Finnie Stadium, Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds, Cleveland Browns Berea Training Camp Complex and Southwest General Hospital.

Parking:

On Site (or behind Inn on Adams St.)

THE BASICS

Hours:

11 a.m. to 2:30 a.m. daily

Cuisine:

American and American Traditional and Classic

Meals Served:

Dinner and Lunch served in Restaurant

Reservations:

Not Required in Restaurant or Bar

Dress Code:

Anything Goes

Alcohol:

Full Bar and wine list

Smoking:

Outdoors Only

Restaurant Style:

Bistro

Bar Style:

Neighborhood and Pub-style Bar

Catering:

Event Caterer for Business or Private Parties

FEATURES

Atmosphere and Personality:

Bar Scene, Fun And Flirty, and Laid Back Casual

Live Music & Entertainment:

Yes (mostly weekends)

Noise Level:

Bustling

Features:

Entertainment, Free Admission, Happy Hour, Jukebox, Karaoke, Live Performances, People Watching, and Signature Dishes

Average Drink Price:

$3-$4

Payment Methods:

Cash and Major Credit Cards


Berea's popular Eastland Inn is back and better than ever

Rich Heileman writes a review of the renovations at the Eastland Inn Bar & Grille, mentioning home style meals with a great atmosphere. Rich Heileman, Sun News

Published: Saturday, September 18, 2010, 8:43 AM
 

The Eastland Inn, 33 Eastland Road, is a favorite dining spot for many of us in Berea and environs.

 

A friend from town who dines there frequently told me he finds the inn to be a cozy placeThe Eastland Inn is built in the 1930's and is a Berea Ohio Landmark, providing lunch and dinner to the surrounding communities that serves comfort food home style and commented that its cabin-like atmosphere puts him in mind of a place more likely to be found in Adirondack mountain resort areas of upstate New York.

 

The inn, which sits among trees and adjacent to the lushness of the nearby Metroparks, at the juncture of Eastland Road and Adams Street, reopened for business this week after a short shutdown for some interior and exterior renovation and repairs.

 

Owners Dave and Liz Peterkoski said members of the community pitched in to help restaurant staff paint, replace restroom floors and fixtures and reupholster dining room chairs.

 

The exterior of the 78-year-old inn got a fresh look with the installation of new siding of a color Liz describes as “Irish thistle.”

 

The menu’s been revamped, too, with additions including stuffed duck and eggplant roulette.


 

Eastland Inn Restaurant & Bar combines friendly atmosphere with quality pub fare in Berea Ohio

Cathy Phillips of the Sun News writes a favorable article on the Eastland Inn featuring Lake Ere Perch Dinner and NY Strip SteakCathy Phillips, Sun News
Published: Wednesday, June 02, 2010, 4:14 PM

 

Dave Peterkoski & Peg Palmer of the Eastland Inn Restaurant and bar pose with Lake Erie Perch and strip steak dinner

Dave Peterkoski and bartender Peg Palmer with a strip steak, left, and fish fry.  (

Dave and Elizabeth Peterkoski have owned and operated The Eastland Inn Restaurant & Bar in Berea for the last dozen years or so, but growing up in Berea, Dave says he’s heard all sorts of rumors regarding the inn’s early years. According to one of those rumors, the inn got its start as a speakeasy, before moving to its present location after Prohibition ended.

Whatever its past, it’s likely that the inn served as a well-liked community gathering space, if its present casual cheeriness is any indication. Maybe it’s because the inn is located in a college town (Berea is home to Baldwin-Wallace College), but it seems to attract a nicely mixed clientele that makes it welcoming to all. Everyone from professors and BW college students, to retirees, to families with small children, to high school kids seems to enjoy the Tuesday burger special (buy one, get one for $1.50).

New York Strip Steak is on the Menu at Berea's Eastland Inn Restaurant near the Berea Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds and Baldwin Wallace College

The Peterkoskis actively nurture this variety of customers, making the cozy inn feel more like a family-friendly, old-style British pub or European cafe', rather than a mere watering hole. Of his variety of customers, Dave says, “They all seem to mesh really well.”

Dave and his wife, who grew up in North Olmsted, met on a blind date. In a whirlwind romance, they married a year later and bought The Eastland Inn Restaurant & Bar just two weeks after that.

Elizabeth keeps busy doing the scheduling and the books for the inn, as well as holding down a separate “day job.” Dave, who attended culinary school in Rhode Island, does much of the cooking for the restaurant, including all of the soups. He counts clam chowder, chili, cream of mushroom, and Italian wedding soup among his specialties.

In addition to its friendly service, The Eastland Inn Restaurant and Bar appeals to customers with its budget-friendly daily specials.

The Eastland Inn Restaurant & Bar serves one of the best Lake Erie Perch Dinners in Northeast Ohio - Perch Fry is what's for dinner

On a recent Wednesday night visit, featured specials included crab legs ($14.95) and tender strip steak ($8.95). The generous portion of perfectly steamed Alaskan king crab legs arrived cleverly presented in a metal bucket, with a special tool for making short work of the shells. Skin-on French fries sprinkled with malt vinegar made a delicious accompaniment, as did some of Dave’s thick and creamy beer-cheese soup (although a tad salty). Washed down with a smooth Rolling Rock beer, it made for a most pleasant, all-American supper.

The inns’ excellent fish fries ($12.95), made with fresh Lake Erie perch, are another customer favorite. Dave wants everyone to know that they’re available every day for lunch or dinner, not just on Fridays or during Lent. Seafood lovers can also look forward to a month-long lobster event beginning in mid-June.

In addition to super specials, The Eastland Inn Restaurant & Bar offers a great variety of chicken, veal, and pasta dishes, such as a sweet Cincinnati chili ($8.95), as well as salads, sandwiches and lighter fare, such as its New Orleans-inspired muffaletta on focaccia ($6.95).

Looking for just a bite to go with a drink? Try Dave’s “Dirty Nachos” ($6.95), featuring a tasty combination of artichokes, spinach, melted cheeses, tomato, scallions, and black olives topping a mound of crunchy pita chips.

The Eastland Inn Restaurant & Bar is at 33 Eastland Road in Berea. The inn is open from 11 a.m. until 2:30 a.m. daily. Call (440) 234-7260

Phillips is a freelance food writer in Avon Lake.

 

 

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