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11/1/2012 - West Side Leader
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By Staff Writer

Copley Circle Antique under new ownership

COPLEY — Effective Nov. 2, Copley Antique Mall is now Copley Circle Antique, under the new ownership of John Mack.

Hours of operation will be Mondays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 5 p.m.

The business is located at 1451 S. Cleveland-Massillon Road at Copley Circle and can be reached at 330-576-3055.



New barbershop opens in Fairlawn

FAIRLAWN — Barbers West, a new barbershop, opened at 2950 W. Market St., Suite P, Oct. 2. Owned by Cindy Richards, the business offers haircuts for all ages of men and boys — traditional, professional and current styles, as well as children’s first haircuts and more.

Walk-ins are welcome, and shampoos also are available.

The two barbers, Richards and Venessa VanAlmen, have 33 years of combined experience. They have been in the area for the past three-plus years.

Customers can enjoy free Wi-Fi, coffee and TV while waiting.

For more information, call 234-678-5399, email barber swest@gmail.com or find Barbers West’s Facebook page.



Circle L Steakhouse at The Galaxy focuses on locally raised items

The Circle L Steakhouse features a newly decorated space and a new menu with steak and chops fresh from the Circle L Farm.
Photo courtesy of The Galaxy
WADSWORTH — The Galaxy restaurant’s dining room and menu are getting a new look with the introduction of the Circle L Steakhouse. This new restaurant featuring hand-cut steaks and chops opens to the public today, Nov. 1.

The Circle L Steakhouse is named after the Circle L Farm in Burbank, which provides a portion of the restaurant’s naturally raised beef. Both Circle L Farm and The Galaxy are owned by the Leatherman family, and the Circle L Steakhouse is a result of a lifelong desire to bring the farm and Galaxy together, according to Galaxy officials.

The new menu offers a wide range of steak cuts, highlighted by the cowboy steak, which is a bone-in ribeye starting at 18 ounces and available up to 48 ounces. Circle L also will offer entrées, salads, appetizers and daily specials, all prepared under the creative direction of Galaxy chef Angus O’Hara.

While the dining room’s signature sky-dome ceiling will remain, the rest of the Circle L Steakhouse has a completely new look, according to Galaxy officials. A water feature and central trellis create a natural environment. Along the walls, original artwork recreating the cave paintings in Lascaux, France, is a nod to Limousin cattle, the same breed that is locally raised and served at Circle L.

Flat-screen TVs feature animated artwork, and they also will be used as video monitors for designated culinary events. Technology carries through to the restaurant’s guests, who can peruse more than 300 wine selections on an iPad wine list app.

The Galaxy Restaurant will continue to serve guests in other parts of its facility, which includes the Wine Room, sports bar and outdoor patio, café and market, and a banquet center for corporate parties, wedding receptions and other large gatherings. A schedule of events and general information is available by visiting the website www.galaxyrestaurant.com or by calling 330-334-3663.



Stephanie Kist contributed to these reports.

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