Located on the 'Mother Road'' in Springfield, Ohio Joe's U.S.40 Grille remains one of the few remaining 50's-60's style eateries on ohio's U.S Rt 40, Springfield also features a plethora of small museums featuring our past.
The most recent addition is a refurbished ''Pennsylvania House'' a restored stagecoach stop/in that once was the stopping off point to the frontier of young America!
Downtown Springfield is home to the "Heritage Center" one of the best regional museums representing a vibrant city's growth through the industrial revolution and beyond.
Just East of downtown "The westcott House" feature a 5 year, 5.8 million dollar restoration of a historic Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie Style House.
Other points of historical interest include the "Hertzler House" and Davidson Interpretation center'' at George Rogers Clark Park the site of the battle West of the Alleghenies. Every labor day, "The Fair at New Boston" is held at the park. An authentic trip to the past to visit a turn of the 19th century trade fair.
Arts and antique flourish in Springfield! We are home to a collection of one off the Midwest's largest collection of Antique malls east of the city. The summer months are the host to the long running "Summer Arts Festival" in cliff park. A free event that features a great mix of outstanding talent in many areas!
While you're here don't forget to check the current exhibits at the Springfield museums of Arts as well the Springfield Symphony and National Acts at the down town Kuss center.
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Great hamburgers. Best ribs in town.