|You can't miss the sign for Flury's, located on Sackett between 12th and 14th streets in Cuyahoga Falls.|
Flury's Café: My Favorite Place to Eat
by Joanna Wilson
Flury's Cafe in Cuyahoga Falls is one of those places that is simultaneously famous (it's been featured in the 2008 edition of Roadfood, a guide to America's best diners), but also kind of a secret. It's not out on a major street, but tucked away in the neighborhoods. It's a small place--even with a recent expansion it only serves about 30 people at capacity. No matter how you arrive there or how you found out about Flury's, it always seems like the kind of special place you can only learn about through word of mouth.
|The entrance to Flury's--did I mention it's small?|
I first heard about Flury's from the owner Kim herself. Several years ago, Kim invited me to visit Flury's when I saw her at our high school reunion (through the magic of the alphabet, Kim and I shared a home room for six years of junior high and high school). After my first visit to Flury's, I quickly picked up on its charms. It's small, Kim makes amazing food, it's friendly (everybody seems to know everybody else), and the service is the best in town.
|This is the potato-encrusted cod sandwich with coffee (I frequently order this meal).|
Since its hours are from 7am-3pm, it makes sense that Flury's specializes in breakfast and lunch foods. I typically order the cod fish sandwich or the tuna melt. If I want breakfast, I typically order the special pancakes of the day--and hope it's Red Velvet Pancakes Day! Kim also does an amazing crepe dish.
|My boyfriend typically orders the veggie omelette, hash browns and wheat toast.|
Flury's Café website
1300 Sackett Ave in Cuyahoga Falls
Open: Mondays-Saturdays 7am-3pm
Flury's Facebook page