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Bites Nearby: Lucia's Steakhouse

Lucia's has been the place to go for steaks since 1941

North Canton Patch once again picks a great restaurant either in town or nearby that is worth checking out.

Lucia's Steakhouse

Overview: Lucia's occupied the red-shingled building on Mahoning Road in Canton for 66 years. Original owner Faith Anne Flickinger since has joined forces with partner Rob Johns and moved the operation to 4769 Belpar St. NW. Great steaks, Italian specialties and signature peppers remain mainstays on the menu.

Decor: You cannot mistake the newer and more spacious look of the restaurant. Once you have Flickinger greet you on your way in and you see the same menu you are used to, you feel right at home.

The Drinks: A full selection of beer, wine and liquor is available along with soft drinks, coffee and steady refills on your water glass.

Appetizers: Shrimp cocktail, crab cakes, deep-fried provolone cheese, sausage ragu and calamari are all available under $11.

Entrees: Fresh seafood and Italian specialties are listed on the menu, but it is hard to go beyond Lucia's famous broiled strip steak, filet mignon, porterhouse steak or veal T-bone pork chop. Price range on the steaks is $21 to $29.

House salad or soup, warm bread and a side of mushrooms, potatoes or pasta complement every meal. Don't forget the Lucia's peppers (medium or hot) for just $4.79 extra.

Desserts: Weekly specials are offered if you manage to save room. You can usually order cheesecake or something with chocolate in it.

Service: Reservations are strongly recommended by calling 330-492-9933. Major credit cards are accepted and parking is available in front and along the side of the restaurant.

Hours: 4 p.m.-10 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 4 p.m.-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

Breanna riley July 27, 2011 at 05:50 AM
Great food great service and amazing atmosphere!!!!! Wonderful place for special occassions, banquets, parties, it a Friday night date!
erica January 28, 2012 at 09:01 PM
I got the Filet. I was not impressed with it at all. No better than a steak from Longhorns, or Outback really. However, Their crab cakes are worth going back for. Also really enjoyed the cesar side salad I got.
Angela October 20, 2012 at 01:08 AM
My husband and I are local to this area and frequent many of the finer restaurants in the area. We have given this place several chances but they cannot get a steak right. We have visited this restaurant at least 5 times and our steaks have never been cooked to order. It is a shame because the quality of meat is good and the seasoning is exceptional, but if the steak can't be cooked to order it is not worth it. In the past visits, management has always taken care of us when our food was not correct, but on our last visit this evening both of our steaks were not cooked properly, they forgot our mushroom order and management didn't want to do anything for us. After complaining when we got our bill, we were given a $11 credit on our bill for 2 $30+ steaks being cooked incorrectly. That doesn't even cover 1 of the steaks let alone both and the inconvenience of waiting for our mushrooms to go with our steak. We will not be visiting this restaurant in the future and do not recommend it to anyone. It is overpriced and lacks consistency.

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