A Taste of Main Street
If combining a taste of history with the taste of delicious food appeals to you, Main Street Café will be the highlight of your Medina trip. The restaurant is housed in a historical building that was erected after an 1870 fire ripped through the town, burning everything but the original courthouse (now Whitey’s Army Navy). When the town was rebuilt in the 1870’s, Victorian, brick, fire-resistant structures dominated the square. One of these was the building that now houses Main Street Café.
The Main Street Café’s dinner menu is extensive. You can enjoy everything from Twin Baby Rock Lobsters to a Grilled Bone-in Rib Eye.