Oser’s Dairy began as a family business in 1954. The Oser family started it with products from their farm. It was purchased in 2004 by Ann and George Conkle who knew the Oser family and their vision. Today we have many kinds of soft serve ice creams as well as over 50 hard dip flavors. In addition we have soups, salads and subs to choose from. We are known for the size of our cones…the large soft serve is a half gallon of ice cream skillfully crafted on a cone! We are open all year round and 7 days a week. Typical hours are 7am to 9 or 10pm based on the season.
We would love to list all of the donuts that we make, but there are too many to list! We have made donuts for schools, church groups, bingo groups, weddings, baby showers, funerals and all sorts of parties. We take orders with a 24 hour advance notice. We discount 6 dozen or more donuts. We also take standing orders. We love doing tours for groups; boy/girl scouts, church groups, summer camps etc. We would need a week notice. Any time is a great time for donuts!
We are located on the corner of Fulton Road and Pearl Road in Cleveland. Stop in and try our wonderful donuts. We have a wide range of donuts, sure to please everyone. You can pre-order donuts 24 hour in advance. Our donuts are made fresh every day. Ask us about Fund Raising! Every batch from scratch! Since 1937!
Store Hours Monday – Friday 6am-8pm Saturday 7am-8pm Sunday 8am-8pm.
Founded in 1999 by Lea and Ernie Hornak, Cherry Street Creamery has been serving it’s homemade frozen Kustard to the Canal Fulton community for nearly 15 years.
By using old fashion batch custard machines, Cherry Street recreates the same old fashion ice cream that was once served at Euclid Beach Park.
It’s here where you can find flavors such as their signature Chocolate Almond, Butter Pecan and Pistachio. In 2013 Cherry Street created launched a new line of flavors including “Fat Elvis” which consists of Banana Kustard with pieces of bacon mixed within. A must try for any Elvis lovers.
In 2012 Cherry Street Creamery was voted in the top 5 for “Best Ice Cream” in the Akron Beacon Journal’s “Beacon’s Best”.
Not only known for it’s Ice Cream, Cherry Street Creamery also has an amazing reputation for its Hot Dog’s and Sandwiches. It’s here where one can enjoy Chicago Dog’s, Hamburgers and their latest creation, Panini’s.
Purchased in 1978 by Bill and Claire Micochero, Pav’s Creamery has been serving Portage Lakes with its original homemade Kustard to it’s loyal customers for over 33 years.
Today, Pav’s is operated and owned by their daughter, Michelle, who uses the same old fashion 1910 batch custard machines which were once used at the Euclid Beach Amusement Park.
These vintage machines are the secret to Pav’s success as they were built according to an older standard that added significantly less air to ice cream. What makes it more unique is that they’re the last of their kind.
In 2011 and 2012 Pav’s Creamery was voted The Akron Beacon Journal’s “Beacon Best” for the area’s Best Ice Cream. An award which was never won by a non-franchised Ice Cream business until now. Pav’s was also voted 1st place for “Things to Do For Under $10”.
Pav’s Creamery has quite the selection with Pav’s Kustard, Pav’s Gelato and Pav’s Hard Ice Cream.
Pav’s homemade Frozen Kustard is a very thick, creamy frozen dessert made with 10% butter fat, sugar and various imported flavoring. Normally frozen custard is made with eggs however Pav’s does not make their Custard this way therefore they spell their custard with a “K”.
Pav’s uses old fashion 1910 Soeder’s and Son that were once used at Euclid Beach Park. These vintage machines are the secret to Pav’s authentic taste as these machines are the last of their kind.
In 2012 Pav’s Creamery partnered up with Fabbri and created a Gelato range of flavors which were immediately in various Italian Restaurants throughout Ohio. In the Gelato world, Fabbri is known for it’s high quality and authentic ingredients within their flavors. Since 1905, Fabbri has mastered the art of Gelato flavors and combined with our machines, Fabbri and Pav’s is a match made in Gelato heaven. While the flavors are imported out of Bologna Italy, Pav’s makes their Gelato fresh and is proud to have it served in restaurants such as Gervasi’s, Vacarro’s and Due Amici.
Open daily from 12pm to 9pm!
Celebrating 140 Years of Quality Baking
Orlando Baking Company is a family organization founded in Castel di Sangro, Italy, in 1872. This original bakery is still in operation today. In 1904, part of our family moved to Cleveland and re-established their Old World ways of baking European classics. Throughout the years, our company has expanded several times leading to today’s state-of-the-art bakery, located on Cleveland’s near east side. After five generations, we are proud to carry on the Orlando tradition of quality baking.
Over 250 Varieties of Bread and Rolls
Including one-of-a-kind custom-baked goods, make up the Orlando Baking Company product line which includes:
Italian, French, Rye, and Wheat breads; an extensive variety of Subs, Hoagies, Kaisers, and Hamburger Buns; and one of the largest varieties of Dinner Rolls offered by any bakery. Our signature Ciabatta® Bread is becoming a staple on menus across America along with our stone baked Artisan breads.
We have an extensive line of sandwich breads and rolls available in grocery stores and neighborhood markets. We also make hundreds of specialty items for large retailers and foodservice outlets.
In addition to our premium breads, Orlando also prepares other home items. Orlando breadcrumbs are made from hearth-baked breads and add flavor to every recipe. For snacking, garlic and sesame breadsticks are crunchy and flavorful. If you prefer something sweeter, Anise or Vanilla Pizzelles are the perfect light ending to a meal. They also go great with coffee and tea.
The Orlando Baking company realizes that health is at the forefront of everyday life. That we is why we teamed up with the Cleveland Clinic and introduced the True Grains Seed’licious GO! bread. Which meets the criteria for healthy eating by the Cleveland Clinic and is America’s First Probiotic Bread!
Jack and June Durbin opened the Magic Freeze in 1953, right next door to Jack’s tire store. The tire store has long since gone, but Durbin Magic Freeze still stands in its original location, and is still a family owned business.
Son, Dan Durbin took over the Magic Freeze when his father retired, and hopes that his son will keep the Durbin tradition alive for many more generations to come.
Our fans say we’re the best:
Voted Barberton Herald Best Ice Cream
Delicious soft serve ice cream!
The BEST Hot Fudge!
Scrumptious hard ice cream!
Yummy Sundaes, Cyclones, Shakes and more…
Handmade ice cream cakes for every occasion!
We even cater special events!