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With the addition of Chef Jayme Wilks to the Timber Lodge team, the tried-and-true menu now features explosive flavor combinations

Oftentimes on the way to work, Jayme Wilks will stop at a farmer’s market to get some culinary inspiration and to pick up locally sourced ingredients. As the new chef at Timber Lodge, he uses whatever is in peak season as the springboard for his weekly features. Last month on Sweetest Day, a freshly picked crop of tomatoes inspired him to...

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With fresh ownership and an expanded wine list, Timber Lodge continues to represent the finest in dining

When Lynn Zarcone took over ownership of Timber Lodge in June, few people noticed. And for good reason—since nothing really changed. Everything this landmark restaurant is known for—cold-aged hand-cut steaks, prime rib served seven days a week, live lobsters, gigantic baked potatoes, towering carrot cake and 99¢ Bloody Marys...

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Timber Lodge celebrates our love of all things lobster

In colonial times, lobsters were considered the poor man’s chicken and fed to pigs and goats and only eaten by paupers and prisoners. How times have changed. Today, this tasty crustacean is the most succulent dinner entrée on any menu—and for good reason. Lobsters are melt-in-your-mouth scrumptious. At Timber Lodge, there...

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With front porch dining and fresh herbs featured on the menu, Timber Lodge tops Mimi's list of summer dining musts

Masterfully combining delectable fare with a charming ambiance on its front porch, Timber Lodge offers al fresco dining at its best. You can even say it is Northeast Ohio-weatherproof, with a covered roof to shield guests from rain and a fireplace to warm them up on cooler nights. “Even if it is raining, diners can enjoy the great outdoors...

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The annual Lobster Feast at Timber Lodge!

In Northeast Ohio, we all know that when months end in “er” it is clambake season. It is also a peak time to feast on lobster. To celebrate the season, Timber Lodge is having a Lobster Feast. “We give you the tools and the bib, so get crackin’,” says Timber Lodge owner Ron Levitt, a third-generation restaurateur. “We...

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