Canton’s newest restaurant opened in February and TD’s Tailgate Grille will surely score rave reviews from patrons. The decor, staff, and menu all add up to a big win for the establishment.
The restaurant’s decor embraces the theme of the “Hall of Fame City”. Sports memorabilia and collectibles hang on the walls along with several HD flat-screens, over 40 to be exact. They’re even in the bathrooms! You don’t have to decide which game to watch, or flip back and forth between channels. Just stop by TD’s to take-in every sporting event all at the same time. TD’s also has an outdoor patio, just in time to take advantage of the fast approaching warm weather.
Of course with restaurants it all boils down to one question, “How’s the food?” At TD’s, a resounding “Delicious!” sums it all up. The list of must-tries is difficult to slim down. For starters, you cannot go wrong with any of the dips; buffalo chicken dip – so fantastic, spinach & artichoke dip – divine, hummus with pita chips – full of flavor, homemade potato chips & french onion dip – best ever. And that’s just the dips, not to mention the other must-have appetizers like firecracker shrimp and fried pickles.
Moving on to the main event, the entrees; one stands out amongst the crowd – the perfectly seasoned, juicy, grilled strip steak. Word has it the pork chop is equally mouth-watering. And, if looks could kill you can bet the fish tacos are on the most wanted list, because they looked amazing! Seasoned white fish is served on soft tortillas with a little crunch from shredded cabbage, a delicious sauce to tie it all together and a side of pico de gallo. From wings to burgers to seafood, TD’s has an option for every appetite.
Of course, what’s a tailgate without the all-important beverages. TD’s doesn’t disappoint in this category either. The signature drink, TD’s Tailgate Punch, is a beach vacation served in a glass. And there are plenty of other concoctions to try from the bar as well.
All in all, one word sums up the TD’s Tailgate Grill experience – TOUCHDOWN!
View the original article in the Canton/Stark County Convention & Visitors’ Bureau