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Three Ohio restaurants make it on Yelp’s exclusive list of ‘Top 100 U.S. Restaurants in 2024’

Three Ohio restaurants make it on Yelp’s exclusive list of ‘Top 100 U.S. Restaurants in 2024’

Sav McKee

When it comes to food trends, Yelp is the site that’s able to easily and accurately predict them. And it looks like noodles, unique Latin fusion, and Korean fare are definitely in the forecast of what’s up & coming.

Although we’re only in the first month of 2024, Yelp released their exclusive list of Top 100 U.S. Restaurants in 2024, and three Ohio based restaurants are on the list!

To determine the Top 100 Places to Eat in 2024, Yelp’s data science team analyzed user submissions to determine the top restaurants by ratings, number of reviews, and volume of submissions, and finalized the rankings with the expertise of their Community Managers.

#13 Express Deli – Brook Park, OH

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This is one of those hidden gems that don’t follow trends mentioned above, and they absolutely don’t need to. They’ve stuck to the tried and true classics for the past 25 years – sandwiches. The owners take great pride in their freshly sliced meats, and the crowd favorites are the class corned beef sandwich (with Swiss, mustard, on rye), and their Lebanese Reuben, which they use dried sauerkraut and a house-made garlic mayo for, plus wrap it in a pita to give it their own special touch. Other favorites include the Pastrami Wrap, the Turkey and Pepperoni Wrap, and the Beirut Chicken.


#66 Livery – Montgomery, OH

Photo via Livery’s Instagram

Livery, which has its roots in Indianapolis, is making a name for itself through their unique Spanish, Mexican, and South American fusion dishes. Think: empanadas, paellas and chorizo fried rice, sourced with local ingredients and produce from greenhouses.

#92 Kung Foo Noodle – Kettering, OH

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The restaurant’s chefs are trained in Lanzhou (a capital city in northwest China) to bring guests a taste of the legendary hand-pulled noodle soup that originated more than 2,000 years ago during the Tang Dynasty. Favorite dishes include the Classic Lanzhou Beef Noodle Soup, the Bite of China, and the vegetarian Tomato Egg Noodles.

Looks like I have some short road trips to go on. Congrats to these three Ohio restaurants! Check out the others on the list here.

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