Eastland Inn Restaurant & Bar ● 33
Eastland Road ● Berea Ohio 44017 ● Ph.
"Best Perch Dinner in
Hours: Mon-Sat: 11-2:30am
Inn Restaurant and Bar in Berea Ohio is an
institution that began decades ago in a quaint
little Century Home. We offer the best in
American Comfort Cuisine, libations, &
The Eastland Inn Restaurant & Bar is
located in Berea Ohio and features
great food & daily specials; from Lake Perch, awesome Hamburgers,
soups/salads, wings, steaks, seafood, pasta &
more. Our menu pleases a variety from local Baldwin Wallace students to
the professional work crowd. Our Restaurant has a cozy, local gathering
place feel and is often voted one of Berea's Best Restaurants. From quiet
lunches to live entertainment, the Eastland Inn has been a local favorite
since the Prohibition. Dine-in, carry-out, or for catering your next
Business or Backyard Event.
RESTAURANT & BAR
11am-6pm Monday thru Saturday
$1.75 Domestic Bottles & Well Drinks, $1 off Wine By the
$1 off Select Tall Drafts. Additional Daily & Nightly
Pick-2 Lunch Menu
(Daily 11:00am -
Choose two items from the columns below:
French Onion (add .75)
New England Clam Chowder
Soup Du Jour
Roast Beef Sandwich
Wine Tasting & Beer Tasting
Wine Tasting Dinner
Wednesday April 22 @ 6:30pm
● Cost per person: $30 (Make reservations for both
the wine and beer tasting events: $50)
● Please register by e-mailing your name and phone number to:
Nashville Record Label
artist performs not only country music, but also a wide
variety of genres.
Blackjack Gypsies @ 8:00pm
Wed. May 20th
Colin Dussault @ 8
8PM - 11PM.
Sign-up starts at
7:30PM. 15 minute sets. Loaner guitar available.
"Thursday Night Trivia"
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Free WiFi in Restaurant &
"Best Bar in
Inn Restaurant & Bar also provides Catering. Located on Eastland Road just
South of Bagley Road in Berea. Just minutes from Cuyahoga County
Fairgrounds, Cleveland Hopkins Airport, the Cleveland Browns Berea
Training facility, and Baldwin Wallace College. Named Best Berea Bar and
Best Berea Restaurant by patrons from throughout Northeast Ohio.