Our Restaurants

Our award-winning restaurants offer some of the best food creations between Cleveland and Buffalo along the Lake Erie shoreline.  Offering multiple upscale dining options, a family-friendly Italian pizzeria, and flavorful Southern BBQ, the Historic Ashtabula Harbor has become a foodie destination among some of the best in the Midwest.  


Bascule Bridge Grille

1006 Bridge Street * (440) 964- 0301

Bascule Bridge Grille is an upscale-casual restaurant with a playful yet elegant atmosphere to go along with creative and flavorful fare. It is our pleasure to have you join us as we strive to impress and awaken your taste buds with our seasonal foods and innovative recipes.

Brennan’s Pub

1029 Bridge Street * (440) 964-3621

Local Irish pub for those looking to wet their whistle. Casual and friendly atmosphere. Beer and cocktails available. Open early and open late daily.

Briquettes Smokehouse

405 Morton Drive * (440) 964-2273

Briquettes Smokehouse is a dine-in, take-out authentic southern style barbecue restaurant with local, Northern flare, and craft beer bar. Located in the beautiful, Historic Ashtabula Harbor, we combine a retro-style operation with a contemporary atmosphere overlooking the waterway of the Ashtabula River. Outdoor open seating available during warmer weather.


Cloven Hoof Brewing Co.

1308 Bridge Street * (440) 536-4344

Cloven Hoof is a nano-brewery that offers an ever-changing variety of seasonal beers, all brewed in-house. With a ping-pong table and frequent live shows for entertainment and fresh popcorn for snacking, you can’t bat the relaxed atmosphere.

Cones Ice Cream

1018 Bridge Street * (440) 964-0331

Cones sells the BEST homemade hard serve ice cream around: Heavenly Creamery Ice Cream from Conneaut. It’s not just GOOD, it’s REALLY GOOD! They also offer milkshakes, sundaes, candy toppings and more!

Felix Pizza

1128 Bridge Street * (440) 261-9560

Locally owned and operated, this revival of the original Felix Pizza boasts fresh toppings, homemade sauce and crust available inside Iroquois Lounge.

Fitzgerald’s Wine Bar, Restaurant & Shop

1023 Bridge Street * (440) 536-4361

Fitzgerald's Wine Bar & Restaurant offers wine, beer, spirits, lite bites to full entrees. Wine & gift shoppe. Plus private event space and outdoor seating.

Harbor Halcyon

1119 Bridge Street * (440) 536-4291

Full service restaurant serving lunch and dinner, great music, dancing, desserts, outdoor patio lounge, 5G wifi, cozy atmosphere, great people, comfortable upscale nightlife.

Harbor Perk

1003 Bridge Street * (440) 964-9277

Independent coffeehouse and roasting company in the Historic Ashtabula Harbor. Our coffee is roasted and brewed fresh daily along with fine crafted espresso, lattes, cappuccinos served your way. Fruit smoothies and locally baked goods are also a hit.


449 Lake Ave. * (440) 964-3222

For over 50 years, visitors to Hil-Mak Seafood restaurant and market have been raving over quite possibly the freshest seafood around. Seafood from the New England coastline to Alaska is flown in weekly, cut fresh within the market, and offered as wonderfully tasting entrees and appetizers.


Market Provisions

1025 Bridge Street (Down) * (440) 536-5726

This market inspired grocery store specializes in homemade pastas & sauces, artisanal cheeses and meats, gourmet spices and local products.

Moores Heritage Farm Market

1012 Bridge Street * (440) 536-5841

We are a true farm-to-table restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner to go, and local groceries: our own pastured meats and eggs, in-house baked bread and sweet treats, local dairy products, produce, maple syrup, honey, jam and more!

Purola’s Bridge Street Pizza

1035 Bridge Street * 440-964-7089

Our Bridge Street restaurant in Historic Ashtabula Harbor serves homemade (never frozen) American/Italian food; pizzas, pastas, wraps, subs, calzones, wings, fries & homemade desserts. Dine in or Carry out available.

Rennick Meat Market

1104 Bridge Street * (440) 964-6328

Rennick Meat Market is influenced by its history as a butcher shop that was run by TJ Rennick in the late 1800s - early 1900s. The owners have embraced the historical décor, having restored as much as possible, to revive the ghosts of the building's past. They hold on to the love of cooking in the old ways, dry-aging steaks, making homemade pickles, mustards, sausages and cured meats. They are dedicated to serving fresh, healthy and local fare, prepared simply and honestly. Brunch, Lunch, and Dinner.

5th Street Kitchen

1001 Bridge Street * (440) 536-5600

The premium location for breakfast or lunch on Bridge Street. Waffles, breakfast sandwiches, fresh hand tossed salads, and street tacos are a go-to for those seeking healthy options along Bridge Street. Dine while seated amid the best view of the actively working bascule bridge over the high traffic Ashtabula River.