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The Cabin

35 E. Garfield Rd. Send to Phone
330-562-9171 | Menu
Enjoy romantic elegance with a diverse menu of pizzas, pastas and steaks, chops and seafood.
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Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner daily
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The Cabin Restaurant Review

: Housed in a 1850s log cabin, this restaurant is an elegant spot for a romantic night out. Chef Kevin Konarsh turns out entrées ranging from pizzas topped with Canadian lobster, aglio olio, baby spinach and mozzarella from a wood-burning oven, to filet, fettuccine and a velvety Bolognese. For starters, try the stuffed peppers. They’re made with the house Italian sausage and served with a spicy gazpacho. Then, dive into the lobster ravioli, which are filled with large hunks of Maine lobster and soft ricotta and paired with basil-tomato-vodka cream sauce. Be sure to save room for house-made desserts, such as the chocolate sorbet or the chocolate angel, an airy slice of angel food cake topped with fudge and vanilla bean ice cream. A by-the-glass wine list is extensive, as is the array of sparkling wines.

User Ratings & Reviews for The Cabin
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Can't recommend this restaurant
by Restaurantguy on Fri Dec 17, 2010 7:55 pm
 
I went to this restaurant with a group of friends. One person substituted chicken parmesan for veal parmesan and the cook refused to grant the lower price. Another person contracted food poisoning from a hamburger. For these reasons, I can't recommend this restaurant.
 
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