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Rider’s Restaurant/Mistress Suzanne's at Rider's Inn Restaurant Review: Rider’s Inn is a restored, white-columned inn between Cleveland and points east, dispensing hospitality since 1812. The inn’s pub is relaxed, rustic and stocked with imported English beers, plus it boasts a huge fireplace to cozy up to during those cold Cleveland winters. The candlelit dining room, with white linen-draped tables, pistol-handled silver and cream-and-blue china, is straight out of Colonial Williamsburg. Entrées, such as the London broil or the pork chop smothered with grilled onions, mushrooms, peppers and provolone cheese, make Rider’s a traditionalist's haven. Entrées are served with a salad and soup. For an after-meal sweet, don’t miss the dessert tray.