This month we, in conjunction with the City of Parma and the City of Parma Heights, hosted the city's first pizza bake off. The event was so much bigger than we thought it would be, but that's what made it extra exciting! Thanks to your interest and support, attendance was three times what we thought … Continue reading Thanks for a successful bake off!
You've probably visited the West Side Market downtown (and if not, you definitely should), but did you know that three of the vendors have locations in Parma too? Here's why Parma's plentiful meat shops love serving the city and what delicious offerings you should try at each! Thayer's Select Meats Maureen Thayer-Funfgeld’s father Bob Thayer … Continue reading Parma’s got plenty of meat shops, and you should try them all
If you’re from Parma, you probably have a family beer, and that beer is most likely domestic. Ours is Pabst. My neighbor's is Genesee. My friend’s is Miller Light. The domestic preferences of previous generations have been reflected in many of the tap offerings at local Parma bars. And while my generation (those of us … Continue reading Myth debunked: Parma bars do serve craft beer
While we still have a way to go until Fish Fry season (the most wonderful time of the year in Parma), we have a beautiful fall clambaking month in front of us. And Parma offers some nice choices. So what’s with the clambakes anyway? New England Native American tribes actually cooked clams and lobster in … Continue reading Parma-area clambakes
What was Parma before it became Cleveland's largest suburb and Ohio's seventh largest city? Why was it named Parma anyway? Why is there Parma and Parma Heights? Have Parmidians always loved their local taverns? We hit the Parma library to find out more about our city. Here are a few facts about the area's early … Continue reading 15 things we bet you didn’t know about Parma’s history