Retro Dog opens doors in Cuyahoga Falls

June 18, 2012 by  

Retro Dog, a quick-service, drive-in restaurant, opened its doors in Cuyahoga Falls, located just southwest of stow, on June 17. The family owned restaurant is located on East Steels Corner Road and features seating inside and out, as well as providing plenty of available parking space.

As new businesses move into Stow and the surrounding area, local Printing Companies might expect to bring in a little extra business of their own. New companies and businesses often require printing services such as stationery printing and business card printing when moving into a new area to establish themselves at the location. Banner Printing and poster printing may also be used for grand opening events and other promotional activities. Flyer printing is also typically used to promote new businesses, announce special promotions, and raise awareness about a new business.

Retro Dog’s menu includes such delicious items as battered onion rings, hand-cut French fries, deli-fresh, chargrilled hot dogs, homemade custard, home-brewed root beer, and a variety of other tasty items. The custard is soft serve with only 11% butterfat.

Lisa Bruno, vice president for Retro Dog, was quoted in a prepared statement as saying:

“We pride ourselves on providing the highest quality and freshest ingredients. Come and dine in, drive in or walk up.”

The owner of the new Retro Dog is Jeff Bruno, who also owns Papa Joe’s, which is located in Merriman Valley. Bruno promises that the hot dog restaurant will be a mind-blowing experience and is naturally excited about the opening of his new restaurant.