Berea is a city of nearly 20,000 people in Cuyahoga County in northeastern Ohio. Considered a suburb of the big city of Cleveland, Berea has all of the amenities of a big city, but it still has the charm of a smaller community. Berea has an interesting and rich history, mostly thanks to its sandstone quarries. In addition to its excellent schools and public services, Berea has an excellent parks and recreation system. Berea has city pools, parks, sports fields, rental halls, and plenty of other amenities that your whole family can enjoy! Your dog can join you at many of these parks as long as they're on a leash. There isn't an off-leash dog park in Berea yet, but there are several just a short drive away, as well as a handful of dog-friendly restaurants in town.
Grindstone Tap House is a dog-friendly restaurant in northeastern Berea that serves classic American fare in a casual atmosphere. There is a large outdoor seating area at Grindstone's, and your dog is welcome to join you there as you dig into their dishes like chicken and waffles, brick oven pizzas, patty melts, and a huge selection of beer on tap. The staff at Grindstone's loves their canine guests too, and they'll bring a bowl of water out for your pooch. You and your dog are going to love spending time in Berea, whether it's the place you call home, or you're just passing through.