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Pomeroy House - 0 Reviews - 13664 Pearl Rd, Strongsville, OH - Local Favorite Reviews - Phone (440) 572-8249

Pomeroy House

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13664 Pearl Rd
Strongsville, OH 44136
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(440) 572-8249
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Restaurants , Local Favorite

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Food & Dining

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  • Founded in 1835. Don's Pomeroy House. Formerly known AS the homestead. Provides a range of dining options. It operates a patio that features lighter menus and entertainment activities. Some of the dining rooms listed by the restaurant feature study rooms. Parlors and libraries. It offers a variety of wines that includes cabernet SAUVIGNON. Zinfandel. Pinot noir. Chardonnay. Pinot GRIGIO. Riesling. Merlot and shiraz. Don's Pomeroy House serves desserts that include ICE cream sandwiches. Apple crumb pies. Chocolate espresso tortes and cheesecakes. It also carries a selection of appetizers. Soups. Salads. Entrees and sandwiches. The restaurant additionally offers gift certificates of various denominations. Don's Pomeroy House is owned and operated by strang Corporation. Which is a hospitality Company that operates in more than eight U. S. States and employs over 3.000 people.

Editorial

  • The Scene
    Wrapped in raw brick and a romantic glow, this restored 19th-century stagecoach stop draws sophisticated foodies and flirting couples. Ebenezer Pomeroy's homestead shuns "ye olde alehouse" clichés in favor of comfy, book-lined booths and a cozy fireplace. Down a winding oak staircase, though, the Pub hums like the Dickens.

    The Food
    The kitchen dips into the American comfort-food canon for revved-up versions of beef, chop and seafood classics. "Voodoo" shrimp comes bacon-wrapped, curry-laced and nestled on corn and lobster cakes; the platter-lapping duck breast is cider-glazed and sided by a sumptuous vegetable napoleon; and the slow-roasted rack of pork boasts cherry-apple chutney. A comprehensive wine list offers affordable domestic and imported standards by the glass or the bottle. Finish with a wedge of fresh strawberry cheesecake. After enjoying the best land and sea can offer, a sip of small-batch bourbon is heaven.

  • 11/2/2003 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Sun 4pm-8:30pm, Mon-Fri 11:30am-2:30pm, Sat 5pm-10pm
  • Payments:

    American Express, Visa, Master Card, Discover
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