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Local bar with full menu offering. Lunch and dinner 7 days a week

Auburn Inn a popular spot for bar regulars and families, too

Anni Diamond and Rich Zaluski serve up, from left, and classic bar food like made to order sandwiches and bacon cheeseburgers.As the weather gets warmer, more and more fishermen will be heading to the popular fishing grounds of LaDueReservoir in southern Geauga County. Join us for lunch or supper at the Auburn Inn in Auburn Township, from which you can see the reservoir.The two-story building has been around since the 1800s and at one time was a grocery store. Eventually it became a tavern, and today is owned by Anni Diamond and husband Rich Zaluski, who bought the popular tavern 12 years ago .It’s a friendly place, with good, everyday food freshly prepared by the two owners. Like most taverns, there are regulars anchoring the bar, but it is also a popular place for families. The prices are right and the food is good.Those bar boys like to order starters like potato skins ($6.99) with bacon, cheddar and sour cream. The 10-inch cheese quesadilla ($6.00) on a flour tortilla is simple, but good. Add veggies and chicken (additional $3) and you have a large platter of 5-6 wedges.The 1/3-pound burgers — available in 10 variations — are the biggest sellers. The natural beef is ground fresh daily by a local butcher. There is a plain burger ($8; with cheese add  or the super-duper AuburnInn burger ($12), which is two 1/3-pound patties with bacon, cheese, lettuce, tomato and mayo. Burgers are served on toasted Brioche roll with pickle spear and chips or fresh-cut, seasoned fries.They are cooked in canola oil and are quite tasty.The triple-decker BLT ($9.) came highly recommended. It’s a huge, flavorful sandwich. Three slices of bread ,sandwich crisp bacon, lettuce and tomato with mayo.its  fresh and huge. Four standard selections are on the kids menu ($5-6), and they include a fountain beverage and choice of fries or applesauce. 
 Check out: Auburn Inn @
17755 Ravenna Road, Auburn. Call 440-834-9191. 
Regular hours are Kitchen  11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Wed and 
11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. Sunday 11am-7pm. 
The bar stays open later.