Paws Restaurant is located in the Bertram Inn in Aurora, Ohio and offers comforting meat and seafood fare to guests of all ages. The menu provides a selection of items prepared fresh daily that offer a wide range of tastes. On the menu at Paws Restaurant, you can enjoy such items as the fried chicken wings, French onion soup, grilled rib eye steak, crab cakes, rainbow trout and homemade pasta to enjoy.
Pair a classic side with your dish for a well-rounded meal at Paws Restaurant. The fries, Caesar salad, house salad and potato tots offer flavor and texture, and add to a filling dish.
The hostess was a little surly, but once we were seated, we had a great time. Our waiter was prompt and friendly, and the entrees hot and delicious.
Really enjoyed the atmosphere and the food was great!
The food is always good here. We were there on a special week so the menu was different., but just as great!
Great place to take the family after a long day at work or weekend full of activities! Casual environment, but super yummy food, good service and great bar. A local gem!
They couldn't find our Open Table reservation, then service was poor due to extra party being squeezed in & servers taken away from dining room. Whole atmosphere seemed stressed. Not a relaxing meal.
We have eaten at Paws so many times over the years. Their menu is more creative and changed more often. They now feature early bird specials.
The bartender surely knows how to make a drink. The manhattens are the favorite of our Canadian friend! And the martinis aren't bad, either.
The entrees are always good.
Went for breakfast very limited menu. It Mmay be better in the main season. The waiter was friendly and accomadating.
Today menu was much better. It is still early in the season for PAWS so choices are limited. I would go back and give it another try in the summer months.
We were staying at the hotel where PAWS is located. This day they only had a breakfast buffet. The selection was very limited. I think it was due to the fact it is a seasonal spot. My best bet is that in June would be a much better time to go to PAWS.