Dining

People have different tastes when it comes to food.  There are many good restaurants in the Chillicothe area.  They are worthy destinations after a long day of hiking, biking, sightseeing, or lazing on the deck. You can easily find fast food and chain restaurants (McDonalds, Wendy’s, Olive Garden, and Red Lobster, to name a few) but these are special.

Acord’s Pizza & Subs:

 

Have only tried a sub so far and I prefer Subway or anywhere else. Some of my renters really liked the pizza. The closest restaurant to Wren Eagle Retreat.Liberty Hill Rd. and State Rt. 772  740-773-7772

Old Canal Smokehouse:

What can I say? Everything is good. You’re going to want to try it before you leave. 94 E. Water St., Chillicothe. 740-779-3278

Sumburger Drive-In:

If you’ve never been to a drive-in, it’s time to try one, and this one has been around forever. 1487 N. Bridge St., Chillicothe  740-772-1055 and there’s another location (no drive-in, a sit down restaurant) at 20 Executive Dr.  740-772-2532

Dakota’s Roadhouse:

A local chain with steaks and chicken and other things. I love their steak salad! There is a location in Chillicothe and one in Waverly. Serves dinner every day, adds lunches on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

Diner 23:

The best fresh diner food I’ve ever eaten. A real 50’s diner in Waverly. 300 W. Emmitt Ave.(US Rt. 23), Waverly OH

R Kitchen:

Serves lunch and dinner. Closed Sunday and Monday. Very good food and service. Loved the Ahi tuna salad.  In fact, this restaurant is my favorite lunch destination.  In Chillicothe’s First Capital Historic Area. 66 N. Paint St., Chillicothe, OH

Schlegels Coffee House:

Serves breakfast, lunch, snacks, and coffee, of course. Closed Sunday. In Chillicothe’s First Capital Historic Area. 80 N. Paint St., Chillicothe, OH

Green Tree Restaurant:

(Formerly Grinders) Other guests and I really liked it when it was Grinders. Now it’s even better. Serves lunch and dinner. I had the best salad I’ve ever eaten there with grapes unlike any I’ve ever tasted. In Chillicothe’s First Capital Historic Area. 85 N. Paint St., Chillicothe, OH