Commonwealth Locations & Hours Near Canton, OH -
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By: Kenyetta B.
Perkins Restaurant & Bakery
Terrible Terrible Terrible!!!!! My apologies for inconveniencing the wait staff didn't mean to interrupt your day! CAVIAT EMPTOR!!!!! DO NOT EAT HERE!!! POOR SERVICE CRAP FOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!
By: keith w.
Pete's Restaurant
Always have had great service and food. Owner always helpful and a lot of fun. Will go back. You can always tell how good a place is by the employee turn over. Employees have the number of years they have worked on their name badges
By: mart
Canton Brewing Company
great food and craft beers. You will not be disappointed. Food prices between 8-15 dollars and beers are 5. Try the tiny tusc.
By: Josh P.
Auto Insurance Mart
the people that work here are amazing. best prices around. cindy, joel, and maddy are great to work with. always positive and willing to help me in anyway possible.
By: themarried1
Ferraros Family Restaurant
Moved to the area in April. Been here twice and I'm sure I will be back. Only downfall is that I bought a loaf of bread that started to mold the next day. Other than that the food is AMAZING!
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By: Dustin B.
Dustin Burgess Insurance Group, LLC-Nationwide Insurance
What a good team to deal with!
By: keith w.
Walther's Cafe
Great place to eat and the prices are good also
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By: Laura S.
Auto Insurance Mart
This place saved me hundreds! Such a friendly staff too! Love this place!
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By: Steveanna L.
Pete's Restaurant
Petes used to be our Saturday or Sunday go to place, but Pete gave us so much nasty attitude, all 5 couples left. I like to give local businesses our $, but We will not go back and be treated that way. Other customers that witnessed this said the same thing. Horrible customer service by the owner.
By: Chez B.
Walther's Cafe
Great food and service and great environment
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