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Hartville Kitchen

1015 Edison St. NW, Hartville, OH, 44632
(330) 877-9353

Created by jim0266

Restaurant Details
Cuisine
$ ($0 - $14)
Price
Kid Friendly, Fun, Business
Atmosphere
Not Required
Reservations
Non-smoking
Features
Casual
Attire
Hours
11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Closed Wed. and Sun.
Payment
Mastercard, Discover, Visa
Location & Nearby Info
Hartville Kitchen
1015 Edison St. NW
Hartville, OH 44632
(330) 877-9353
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No nearby bars
Performers Coming to this Venue
Guy Penrod
Guy Penrod
As a preacher's son and a protégé nurtured under the massive Bill Gaither gospel umbrella, gospel singer Guy Penrod's solo releases bring just a touch of down-home country familiarity to the contemporary Christian music table....
The Collingsworth Family
The Collingsworth Family
Founded by Phil and Kim Collingsworth, contemporary gospel group the Collingsworth Family, began as a duo in the mid-'80s before evolving into a family affair. In 2000, after performing and holding positions at numerous Christian institutions around the country, the couple made the transition to a full-time concert ministry, and began recording professionally with Nashville producer Wayne Haun and making regular appearances at Gaithers Homecoming Concerts....
Ernie Haase
Ernie Haase
Born on December 12, 1964, in Cynthiana, Indiana, gospel singer Ernie Haase grew up in Newburgh, Indiana, attending Castle High School, moving on to Oakland City College on a basketball scholarship after graduation....
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Reviews & Comments
USER REVIEWS
Jan 16, 2011 - woody188
Good for kids...so long as they don't cry!

My family of fourteen ate at Hartville Kitchen on 1/15/2011. Our youngest son of two years was having a tantrum and we had trouble calming him down. Granted he is loud and can be annoying, as can any crying child. After about ten minutes from being served our food, I was asked to leave. According to the woman, others were complaining and asking to be moved to another area of the restaurant. It wasn't like the restaurant was quiet even when our two year old wasn't crying.

I have never been asked to leave any establishment of any type. We thought this was a family friendly establishment that would be more understanding of families with small children. We were wrong, and we will NEVER eat at Hartville Kitchen again. In fact, we have decided to refer to it as Cold Hart Kitchen, or No Hart Kitchen. NEVER visit Cold Hart Kitchen because they might ask you to leave if your kids cry. EPIC FAIL COLD HART KITCHEN!

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