Akron Area's EuroGyro to Bring Its Late-Night Pizza Atmosphere to Lakewood

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We can debate the pronunciation of the word "gyro" all day long, but the correct way to say the Akron-area-based pub and pizza spot EuroGyro is "Uro Jyro," rather than "Uro Uro." Any way you say it, the Northeast Ohio restaurant chain is coming to Lakewood, its first in the Cleveland area.

First announced back in March, the new spot on 13427 Madison Ave. — in an office building only a few blocks from Mahall's and not too far from the newly-opened Western Reserve Distillery — is sure to attract those remembering the place from their college days, along with new fans.



With nine locations already known for late-night greasy satisfaction and questionable karaoke renditions, the restaurant's Kent State and University of Akron locations especially bring in hungry college kids and 20-somethings looking for a good time after the 2:30 a.m. last call. Of course, the place offers a more family-friendly environment and take-out options during the day, too.

The new location's opening date has yet to be announced, but will hopefully be sometime this fall. 

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