East of Chicago has your deep-dish and specialty pizza’s in addition to wings and more.
Park Street Pizza offers some of the best pizza in the area using locally sourced, farm-to-fork ingredients! Check out their amazing organic and gluten-free options in addition to their seasonal specialty pizza’s.
“Nothing is more important to us than using the absolute best, freshest ingredients available, and we count ourselves lucky that many of them are grown locally by people we’re proud to call not just our neighbors, but our friends. Our relationships with our producers run deep; without them Park Street Pizza as we know it simply wouldn’t exist. So we’d like to take this opportunity to introduce you to the people behind the pizza. If you’re lucky enough to be in the neighborhood and you happen to see them, thank them for thoughtfully tending the earth, growing awesome food, and helping us make good pizza great.”
Dover Road Dari is a locally owned, seasonal ice cream stand in Sugarcreek, Ohio. When the days get long and hot in Summer, stop by Dover Road Dari to cool off!
Featured on the cover of the Guinness Book of World Records in 1977, the World’s Largest Cuckoo Clock made quite the journey before ending up in Sugarcreek. In the early 70s, the family who owned the Alpine Alpa Restaurant in Wilmot, Ohio, commissioned the clock to be built. When the restaurant closed in 2009, the clock was purchased and restored and found its new home on the square in downtown Sugarcreek. Over 23 feet tall and 24 feet wide, the Sugarcreek clock is all clock, with innards that are a maze of mechanical parts and 1972 transistor technology. Every-half-hour, a cuckoo bird pops out and then you hear Swiss polka music playing as the band emerges and the couple dances.
The Sugarcreek Brick Wall Sculpture was commissioned by the Community Arts Council in Sugarcreek and depits the history of Sugarcreek and surrounding communities such as Baltic, Dundee and Ragersville. Sculptor Sherry Crilow began carving in 2012 and each panel took approximately 2-3 weeks. The bricks were layed by Johnny Mullet of Cherry Ridge Masons.
The Brick Wall Sculpture is composed of 13 panels, seven of which are 5×8′ and six are 5×7′.
More information can be found on their website at http://www.brickwallsculpture.com/
Located in downtown Sugarcreek, near the World’s Largest Cuckoo Clock, the Alpine Hills Museum has three floors of beautifully displayed local history — celebrating Sugarcreek’s Swiss, German and Amish heritage. Ohio Swiss Festival information is also available here.
Admission is free; donations are appreciated! The Museum is open until December 3rd, Monday-Saturday: 10am – 4:00pm.
Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:30am-5:00pm
Bags Sports Pub is an upscale, family friendly sports pub that offers a wide variety of menu items as well as daily specials. They pride themselves in quality ingredients from Fresh local Produce to fresh fish from all over the world and even serving only Certified Angus Beef. From burgers and wings to steaks and ribs, they offer everything in between. They have a wide range of import, craft and micro brew beers on tap and in bottles and stock a great selection of local made wines.
Located in the heart of Sugarcreek, the Little Switzerland of Ohio, the Sugarcreek Village Inn & Victoria Station is within two blocks of Main Street. These comfortable rooms all come equipped with wireless internet. It’s the perfect place for a vacation in the village!
Pizza Parlor V is your place for classic pizza!
Stop by Subway for a quick bite to eat! Make your own sandwich and salad.
Stop by McDonald’s in Sugarcreek for a burger, fries and shake.
Roasting and selling their own beans, Wallhouse Coffee offers delicious coffee and foods like wraps, burritos, and soup! Their hours are:
- Monday-Friday: 7am – 10pm
- Saturday: 8am – 10pm