Blue Canyon Kitchen & Tavern

★★★★☆
  • 8960 Wilcox Dr

    Twinsburg, OH 44087

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  • 330-486-2583

About Blue Canyon Kitchen & Tavern

Hours
Monday To Thursday From 11:30 AM To 02:00 PM Monday To Thursday From 05:00 PM To 11:00 PM Friday From 11:30 AM To 02:00 PM Friday From 05:00 PM To 01:00 AM Saturday From 05:00 PM To 01:00 AM Sunday From 11:00 AM To 09:00 PM

Food

Food
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I have been a frequent diner at this restaurant since it opened and can honestly say that I have NEVER had a bad meal. Although I agree with other reviewers that the menu seems limited-whatever I finally decide on does not disappoint. The restaurant is beautiful but I get annoyed that the staff doesn't wear name tags-I don't always remember the name and enjoy addressing and thanking someone by name.
Here's what I have to say-AVOID lunch! I cannot for the life of me figure out why this place can't seem to get a handle on lunch. The service is absolutely dismal at lunch even when the restaurant is empty-there always seems to be more employees than patrons. At best I can't get my water filled or at worst I'm waiting 2 hours for my meal (no exaggeration)!
On a positive note, dinner is 180 degrees the other way. food, service, atmosphere etc is ALWAYS top notch. The drink prices are high but they do serve Top shelf which is a plus. I don't care for the Lobster Nachos but the Lobster Bisque is wonderful! Any meat selection (or the scrumptious Scallops!) will please and the Bibb Wedge salad is the best!!
Lastly, the Patio they have open in the summer is without a doubt the most AMAZING option available in the Greater Cleveland area. Should stop to get a cocktail on the Patio in the summer-very enjoyable!
Hope this review helps-it's worth the trip but be prepared to spend your money!

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★★★★☆

I have been a frequent diner at this restaurant since it opened and can honestly say that I have NEVER had a bad meal. Although I agree with other reviewers that the menu seems limited-whatever I finally decide on does not disappoint. The restaurant is beautiful but I get annoyed that the staff doesn't wear name tags-I don't always remember the name and enjoy addressing and thanking someone by name.
Here's what I have to say-AVOID lunch! I cannot for the life of me figure out why this place can't seem to get a handle on lunch. The service is absolutely dismal at lunch even when the restaurant is empty-there always seems to be more employees than patrons. At best I can't get my water filled or at worst I'm waiting 2 hours for my meal (no exaggeration)!
On a positive note, dinner is 180 degrees the other way. food, service, atmosphere etc is ALWAYS top notch. The drink prices are high but they do serve Top shelf which is a plus. I don't care for the Lobster Nachos but the Lobster Bisque is wonderful! Any meat selection (or the scrumptious Scallops!) will please and the Bibb Wedge salad is the best!!
Lastly, the Patio they have open in the summer is without a doubt the most AMAZING option available in the Greater Cleveland area. Should stop to get a cocktail on the Patio in the summer-very enjoyable!
Hope this review helps-it's worth the trip but be prepared to spend your money!

Pros: Decor, food, dinner staff, top notch liquor

Cons: Price, Lunch waitstaff

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Excellent service, friendly staff, decor from the mountain west that is very out of place and has little to do with the food. Food was mediocre. Steaks were very good but pretzel-crusted fish was nothing to write home about, salmon was over-done. Had lobster ravioli but the lobster was lost amongst the black beans and red/green peppers and completely over-powered by the odd addition of fresh dill which was accompanied by a pesto type sauce which would have stood well with the ravioli on it's own without the other accompaniments. Nice atmosphere but not really worth the price or the drive. Great views

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★★★☆☆

Excellent service, friendly staff, decor from the mountain west that is very out of place and has little to do with the food. Food was mediocre. Steaks were very good but pretzel-crusted fish was nothing to write home about, salmon was over-done. Had lobster ravioli but the lobster was lost amongst the black beans and red/green peppers and completely over-powered by the odd addition of fresh dill which was accompanied by a pesto type sauce which would have stood well with the ravioli on it's own without the other accompaniments. Nice atmosphere but not really worth the price or the drive. Great views

Pros: Nice view, great service and wait-staff, good steak

Cons: specialty items, seafood, value

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I love Blue Canyon, it's great for drinks and appetizers at the bar, or for a full on meal in one of their dining rooms. Their Sunday Brunch is WONDERFUL! I've always had wonderful service, knowledgable and friendly staff. I would recommend reservations, esp on weekends. The dining room thins out a bit after 9PM, so it's a great spot for a later dinner and possibly more romantic meal that some might be searching for.

2
★★★★★

I love Blue Canyon, it's great for drinks and appetizers at the bar, or for a full on meal in one of their dining rooms. Their Sunday Brunch is WONDERFUL! I've always had wonderful service, knowledgable and friendly staff. I would recommend reservations, esp on weekends. The dining room thins out a bit after 9PM, so it's a great spot for a later dinner and possibly more romantic meal that some might be searching for.

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This is a really neat restaurant. Quite pricey, but well worth it for a special occasion. They provide a great menu. Excellent appetizers. Great staff. Wonderful atmosphere. Highly recommended.

5
★★★★★

This is a really neat restaurant. Quite pricey, but well worth it for a special occasion. They provide a great menu. Excellent appetizers. Great staff. Wonderful atmosphere. Highly recommended.

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A bunch of us went to check out this place. It was a good drive from Cleveland and somewhat difficult finding parking in this out-of-way place. It's got a good outdoor bar (for the summer) and nice view from the "ski lodge". Other than that, the menu is fairly standard, with limited selections. Seems like you have to count on the specials to get through the meal. The place is not that romantic (unless you are there for some high class romantic burgers). The waitstaff seem like they were overworked and were very slow. By the time I got my meal, the fish was cold, and the veggie were undercooked (yes I prefer undercooked veggies to retain their crispness, but is is way undercooked). The rest of the people at my table did not eat even half of their meals. You should have seen the look of the person who took us out there and paid for the meal. If you like the ambiance, the bar scene and having fun in the summer, it's a cool place to hang out. If you are there to impress someone with the ambiance, it's nice as long as they don't know what decent food is about.

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★★☆☆☆

A bunch of us went to check out this place. It was a good drive from Cleveland and somewhat difficult finding parking in this out-of-way place. It's got a good outdoor bar (for the summer) and nice view from the "ski lodge". Other than that, the menu is fairly standard, with limited selections. Seems like you have to count on the specials to get through the meal. The place is not that romantic (unless you are there for some high class romantic burgers). The waitstaff seem like they were overworked and were very slow. By the time I got my meal, the fish was cold, and the veggie were undercooked (yes I prefer undercooked veggies to retain their crispness, but is is way undercooked). The rest of the people at my table did not eat even half of their meals. You should have seen the look of the person who took us out there and paid for the meal. If you like the ambiance, the bar scene and having fun in the summer, it's a cool place to hang out. If you are there to impress someone with the ambiance, it's nice as long as they don't know what decent food is about.

Pros: Ambiance, the view

Cons: The service, the food

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Excellent place, reminds me of an Aspen Ski Lodge - very upscale type lodge. Good for a romantic evening out - fireplaces, balconies, has ambiance. All the steaks are great; the burgers are awesome, served w/ Gourmet Rosemary Fries in a cone - nice presentation for the kids. You can enjoy fine dining in your jeans or a Tux and still feel comfortable. Never know which local area celebrities will show up. Valet parking available.

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★★★★★

Excellent place, reminds me of an Aspen Ski Lodge - very upscale type lodge. Good for a romantic evening out - fireplaces, balconies, has ambiance. All the steaks are great; the burgers are awesome, served w/ Gourmet Rosemary Fries in a cone - nice presentation for the kids. You can enjoy fine dining in your jeans or a Tux and still feel comfortable. Never know which local area celebrities will show up. Valet parking available.

Pros: Very Romantic, Upscale, Classy dining

Cons: Make reservations in advance

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I recently had dinner here with a small group and the food was good, not great but good. Then I saw it listed as #2 on the list of Romantic spots and have to set the record straight ... this place is almost the antithesis of Romantic dining. From the outside it looks like the world's largest log cabin. Inside there are a number of different seating areas and the deck mentioned in one of the other reviews (a view in one direction of some grasslands and in another of the Twinsburg Chrysler Plant across the road). I didn't notice any quiet areas suitable for gazing into that special someone's eyes, and even if there were, I'm sure your lively attentive server would interrup such a connection more then once. Bottom line is that the place had the feel of an mid to upper level chain ... the food was mid level the prices very upper ... and avoid the nachos appetizer ...

2
★★★★☆

I recently had dinner here with a small group and the food was good, not great but good. Then I saw it listed as #2 on the list of Romantic spots and have to set the record straight ... this place is almost the antithesis of Romantic dining. From the outside it looks like the world's largest log cabin. Inside there are a number of different seating areas and the deck mentioned in one of the other reviews (a view in one direction of some grasslands and in another of the Twinsburg Chrysler Plant across the road). I didn't notice any quiet areas suitable for gazing into that special someone's eyes, and even if there were, I'm sure your lively attentive server would interrup such a connection more then once. Bottom line is that the place had the feel of an mid to upper level chain ... the food was mid level the prices very upper ... and avoid the nachos appetizer ...

Pros: A big place in an area of the Metroplex that doesn't offer many options

Cons: Very expensive

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This is definitely a four star restuarant, with a unique menu, great food, good portions and casual but classy atmosphere which includes a four star price, but the service is more lile two star. Go when you have time to waste.

4
★★★★☆

This is definitely a four star restuarant, with a unique menu, great food, good portions and casual but classy atmosphere which includes a four star price, but the service is more lile two star. Go when you have time to waste.

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We stumbled upon this restaurant while on a Sunday afternoon motorcycle ride and decided to check it out. It is on a hillside with beautiful views off the the wrap around deck. It has a rustic decor with a couple of fireplaces and an open kitchen. We enjoyed drinks and the raw bar in the lounge. The food very good and the staff excellent. I would like to go back another time for dinner.

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★★★★★

We stumbled upon this restaurant while on a Sunday afternoon motorcycle ride and decided to check it out. It is on a hillside with beautiful views off the the wrap around deck. It has a rustic decor with a couple of fireplaces and an open kitchen. We enjoyed drinks and the raw bar in the lounge. The food very good and the staff excellent. I would like to go back another time for dinner.

Pros: atmosphere, view

Cons: far from home

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Blue Canyon in Twinsburg may be one of the nicest looking restaurants I have ever been in. Looking like a lodge that should be sitting on a mountain this restaurant has plenty of close parking and a huge dinning room. The portions are very good but you will pay a little more then you may be use to. Also be prepared to wait in you order the Blue Canyon hamburger. Each time I have been there it has taken 20min for the burger to come out.

PROS: good taste, big portions
CONS: slow service

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★★★★☆

Blue Canyon in Twinsburg may be one of the nicest looking restaurants I have ever been in. Looking like a lodge that should be sitting on a mountain this restaurant has plenty of close parking and a huge dinning room. The portions are very good but you will pay a little more then you may be use to. Also be prepared to wait in you order the Blue Canyon hamburger. Each time I have been there it has taken 20min for the burger to come out.

PROS: good taste, big portions
CONS: slow service

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This is a place not to miss, The food is some of the best i have had in all of my travels.

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★★★★★

This is a place not to miss, The food is some of the best i have had in all of my travels.

 

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