17800 Detroit Ave, Cleveland, OH | Directions 4410741.484716 -81.820491
Mon, 4:30pm - 2:30am; Tue - Sun, 11:30am - 2:30am
Miss the old Rush Inn – My husband and I used to love the rush inn in Lakewood. I don't know if they changed management or employees - but it's horrible now. We have not had a good meal there in over a year. The service is still fine - but the food is awful...AWFUL.
We always order medium burgers - and in the last year they have not once given us medium burgers. Twice now they were rare (bleeding) and multiple times they were burned horribly (like charcoal).
What a disappointment this restaurant has become. Too bad. We will walk further to go elsewhere. There are just too many other restaurant/bars in Lakewood to pick from.
BEST WINGS EVER – Wings are truly my favorite and if you want great wings there is only one place to go..The rush Inn. I go out of my way to get there wings. The best part is if I want a good meal with the wings the rush has fantastic food. I am a huge fan of the Rush Inn for a great atmosphere and great food (and respectable prices)!
Great place to start your weekend. – My wife and I have been going to the Rush Inn for years now and have never had a bad experience. The hostess always has a smile on her face and makes you feel at home, the bartender is very attentive without being intrusive, they have the friendliest group of waitresses in town, and the same meals would easily cost 20% anywhere else. If you want a place to help you get over a rough week, start with dinner at the Rush Inn on Friday night.
Fools aren't the only folks who rush in to this enduring, endearing hole in the wall.
– The Scene
If overbearing crowds and pompous attitudes leave you longing for a kinder, gentler bar scene, search no further: At this 20-year-old establishment, simplicity reigns supreme. Black-and-white images of vintage Cleveland edge the walls, serving as conversation pieces for fortunate guests who snag one of the elevated booths. A worn-carpeted "dining room" is filled with high-back cubicles that provide intimacy for friendly card games or hushed conversation between sweethearts.
Frosty pitchers of Michelob Light, Harp and Molson Canadian are the customary centerpieces, and witty servers deliver artery-clogging grub well into the evening. Sample the famous two-handed Cajun burger, a hearty half-pound hunk of meat seasoned to spicy perfection. Meatless Catholics flock in on Fridays during Lent for the delicious fish and pierogi fry.
We Eat Pretty Boys for Lunch
Usually full of older regulars yucking it up with the bartenders, the Rush Inn also attracts club-weary 20-somethings opting for cheap beer with close friends rather than downtown's over-priced cocktails. Forego this haunt if your idea of "casual dress" is a J.Crew sweater vest.
It's A Must! – Dining at the Rush Inn is always an event I look forward to. I have never had a bad meal here. There is always somthing for everyone on the menu. The service is great and so is the Chef! I recommend the Rush Inn to everyone I know. Keep up the good work!
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