The Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Week Powered by Johnson Controls is filled with so many fun activities! But you may be wondering, what all is there to do in Canton? Besides all of the excitement happening on the Hall of Fame grounds, there is also plenty to see and do around the town. Read below for a few great places to eat and see while you’re in Canton.
Where to Eat
Looking for a local place to grab a tasty meal? Here are a few places to visit for breakfast, lunch and/or dinner.
Satisfying customers with culinary classics, drink and hospitality since 1902. Today we continue our long tradition by offering only the highest quality seafood and beef selections.
Dine light or eat hearty here at the Farmstead, where everything’s fresh, homemade or regionally inspired. The Barn Raising Buffet is a particular favorite, and features a variety of homestyle meats, dressings, noodles and more.
Bravo! Cucina Italiana
Upscale affordable dining in a fun, family-friendly Roman ruin decor. Housemade pasta, pizza, and seafood are prepared in an open kitchen in full view of diners.
Taste the tradition with a country-style breakfast, lunch or dinner featuring hot, homemade biscuits, the best-ever Barn Raising Buffet, garden-fresh salad bar, legendary peanut butter pie and more.
Find Dutch Valley favorites at every meal, including chargrilled items, all-you-can-eat salad bar, roasted meats, hot-and-cold sandwiches, and kid-size meals for the littles, ages 10 and under.
Grinders Above & Beyond
Grinders Above & Beyond has seven area locations serving lunch and dinner.
Less than 2 miles from the Hall of Fame. Experience outstanding pork, brisket, ribs & BBQ sauce along with great burgers, steaks, salads and 16 flavors of wings. Daily lunch and dinner specials. Happy Hour 7 days a week. 2730 Cleveland Ave. NW.
Taggarts Ice Cream/Kennedy's B.B.Q.
Established in 1926, Taggarts, a Canton landmark, offers a variety of homemade ice cream novelties in addition to freshley prepared soups, salads and sandwiches.
A quaint historic sandwich shop Kennedy's features old fashioned smoked on premisis meats served with Spiker's original secret recipe relish, homemade bean soup and chili.
The Crush House at Gervasi Vineyard
A casual dining experience features all your favorites in a vibrant atmosphere with live music, full bar, Gervasi Craft Beer and wine tastings.
The Desert Inn
In business for over 45 years. Enjoy dining family style at its finest. "Family Style" dinners feature choice of entree and sides of Grecian salad, rice pilaf, roasted potatoes and garlic toast.
The Twisted Olive
An American twist on Italian cuisine in a lively atmosphere surrounded by a beautiful park. The Pub offers a full menu and weekday Happy Hour.
Famous for fish. Only a half mile from the Hall of Fame, Tim's is open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner with 10 big screen TV's. Family owned, family atmosphere, family prices.
Source: Pro Football Hall of Fame
Where to Play
Here are a few places to visit while you’re in town for Enshrinement Week!
Amish Country Theater
Walnut Creek Flea Market
The Warther Museum and Gardens
Jellystone Park Camp-Resort
Ohio Star Theater
The Troll Hole Museum
Sky Zone Belden Village
Beech Creek Gardens
Canton Underworld Tour
Still Need Enshrinement Week Tickets?
We still have 3-day, 4-day and 1-Day Ticket Packages available! Packages include access to the Hall of Fame Game and Enshrinement Ceremony, VIP parties, Hall of Fame Admission and more. Click below to see what is available.