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Patio Guide: The Grille

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About a half hour’s trip down I-71, tucked in amongst a suburban sprawl is The Grille. Boasting one of Northeast Ohio’s largest patios, there’s no need to worry about milling around in a stuffy and overcrowded bar at The Grille; instead, hang out at its full cabana bar, unwind and pretend — even if it’s just for a few hours — that you don’t have to get back to the responsibilities of tomorrow.

Happy hour is every Monday through Thursday from 3 – 7, and those prices continue into the night every Thursday and Saturday for ladies, and every Friday for gentlemen. Kick back on the patio and sip a Twisted Tea twister as you listen to live acoustic music every Wednesday and Sunday. There’s also a DJ on weekends and, if you’re bold enough, you can give karaoke a whirl every Thursday.

If you’re one who can’t seem to sit still after you’ve gotten a few in you, don’t worry; The Grille’s got you covered with a slew of yard games like cornhole and beach volleyball — there’s even a league every Sunday through Thursday, for the more athletically inclined. And no need to leave the lil’ ones at home, either: The Grille has a sandbox and play area for kids.

The Grille is located at 1813 Pearl Rd. in Brunswick. Call (330) 225-3355 for more information.

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