Monday, April 8, 2013
The fundraisers will help the shelter provide care for dozens of homeless, abandoned and injured animals
The Lake Humane Society has a busy month ahead of it. It will be throwing roller skating parties, Zumbathons and more -- all in hopes of raising money for the homeless and injured animals at its Mentor shelter. Here are some of the events planned for this month: All the Longo's restauraunts, including Longo's Pizza and Joey's Italian Grille, are holding a fundraising event from April 22 through 24. Here's how it works: Stop by any of the four Longo's/Joey's locations and purchase any large 1-topping pizza for $10. All of the proceeds will be donated back to Lake Humane Society. Be sure to bring your required flyer along with you. (It's been attached to this story as a PDF.) This is valid on both dine in and carry out. Only 250 flyers will …
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
The Italian restaurant is expected to open in November
By year's end, the Longo family will open another eatery in the city. Joe Longo made the announcement Tuesday at the Mentor Area Chamber of Commerce's monthly luncheon. The new restaurant will be located at 9354 Mentor Ave., in a building that the family ownership recently purchased. The family already has two Longo's restaurants in Mentor; Whiskey a Go Go bar in Mentor; two Joey's Italian Grill locations in Madison and Chardon; and an areawide catering firm named Cater to You. "We love being in Mentor," Longo told the crowd. "We've lived here our whole lives. We just love this area." Longo did not provide many details about the new establishment, but said that it would be a "full-fledged Italian restaurant." He and his sister and co-…
Thursday, May 17, 2012
The nominations have been made; now it's time to vote
We asked you to nominate your favorite patios for outdoor dining. Now it's time to vote for a favorite. The nominations are: People can vote on our poll until 5 p.m. Friday and the winner will be announced Saturday. In judging, we'll consider comments, poll votes and reviews in Patch Places, our complete directory of local businesses. Be sure to check out our contest rules in the PDF at right. Voting results posted in real time shall not be deemed official until Patch has reviewed and confirmed all of the votes.
Friday, August 5, 2011
A dozen local restaurants will show off their wares during this week's Old Village Market Days
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Jason Lea
Friday, August 5, 2011
People can get A Taste of Mentor from 4 to 8 p.m. during today's Old Village Market Days at James A. Garfield National Historic Site. Of course, if they want more than a taste, they can get that, also. A dozen local restaurants will offer free samples of some of their signature dishes. The restaurants include: Also, as with each Old Village Market Days, the farmer’s market will feature locally grown produce, arts and crafts, and many other products for sale by dozens of vendors. Face painters, balloon artists and musicians will also entertain the crowd. Moreover, all Market Days are free to attend. Visitors can also tour the park's grounds, including President James Garfield's home, for free.