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Youngstown is a mid-sized city in Northeast Ohio and is the County Seat of Mahoning County.

Get in[edit]

By plane[edit]

  • Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport, YNG. The airport is a conveniently located off Routes 11 and 82 in Vienna, OH. However , there are only occasional flights to Florida from this airport . Its an hour away from Akron-Canton and Pittsburgh; with Pittsburgh being the bigger airport , with regular flights to many USA & international destinations .

By car[edit]

Youngstown is served by the following interstate highways:

  • I-76 serving Akron and Youngstown and connecting to beyond Pennsylvania to the east.
  • I-80 is the Ohio Turnpike (a toll road) that runs across the northern part of the state, serving Cleveland, Akron and Youngstown (where I-80 and I-76 criss cross).

I-680 provides access to downtown areas and outer suburbs

Get around[edit]

WRTA provides the inner city and suburbs with bus transportation. There is also a taxi station next door to the Greyhound / WRTA station in West Federal Street. The nearest hotels & motels are in Niles , Boardman & Austintown .

See[edit][add listing]

  • Butler Institute of American Art, [1]. 11 AM to 4 PM Mon. to Sat., 12 PM to 4 PM on Sun. First museum of American Art.  edit
  • Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor, [2]. Museum chronicling the rise and fall of steel in Youngstown  edit


  • Arms Family Museum of Local History, 648 Wick Avenue, +1 330 743-2589, [3]. $4.  edit
  • Stambaugh Auditorium. Former home of The Youngstown Symphony.  edit

Mill Creek Park - A very large, beautiful park with glacial lakes, rivers & streams, playgrounds, picnicking, golfing, biking, paddleboating.

Do[edit][add listing]

  • Covelli Centre. Home of the Steelhounds, Thunder, and site of many major concerts  edit
  • Powers Auditorium. Built in 1931 by the Warner Brothers. Home to The Youngstown Symphony.  edit
  • Youngstown Playhouse. America's Oldest ongoing community theater  edit
  • Oakland Center for the Arts. Great local theater productions  edit


Sports[edit]

Outdoors[edit]

  • Mill Creek Metroparks. Located in the heart of Youngstown, OH. Mill Creek Park encompasses approximately 2,600 acres, 20 miles of drives, and 15 miles of foot trails, and a rare collection of gardens, streams, lakes, woodlands, meadows and wildlife for all to enjoy. Visitors will find a wide range of recreational opportunities such as hiking, biking, picnicking, boating, Par-3, or championship golf, tennis, sand volleyball and more. Many of the facilities can be found at the James L. Wick, Jr. Recreation Area. Universally accessible trails, fishing pier, playground and picnic areas are located throughout the Park. Cabins and pavilions for group events are available for rental year-round. Mill Creek Park is the largest metropolitan park in the country, more than three times larger than Central Park in New York City!

Buy[edit][add listing]

  • Southern Park Mall. Boardman  edit
  • Eastwood Mall. Located in Niles www.eastwoodmall.com  edit

Eat[edit][add listing]

  • Anthony's On The River. Downtown  edit
  • Avalon Gardens. Best pizza in Youngstown!!  edit
  • Cafe Cimmento. Great Italian food. In the Downtown  edit
  • Handel's Ice Cream. Voted one of America's best ice cream parlors  edit
  • Fifth Season
  • Springfield Grille
  • Bean Counter Cafe in Downtown
  • Scarsellas
  • MVR
  • Golden Dawn
  • Oscars
  • university pizza. great food, specials everday but sun, best beer selection in town  edit
  • The Lemon Grove Cafe, 122 Federal Plaza West, (330) 744-7683, [4]. M-F 7am-4am S&S 11am-4am. Eclectic, Bohemian Cafe/Bar/Entertainment $5-$10.  edit


Drink[edit][add listing]

  • B & O Boxcar Lounge. Great beer selection. Located next to B & O Station  edit
  • Martini's Downtown. Located in City Centre One. Also has full kitchen menu.  edit
  • Downtown Draught House. Tons of beer selections. West Federal Plaza - Downtown  edit
  • The Cell. Nightclub near YSU  edit
  • Imbibe Martini Bar, in the Downtown.
  • Irish Bob's, South Ave.
  • Micky's, Market St. in the Uptown.
  • Shenanigans, Market St. in the Uptown.
  • University Pizzeria and Italian Eatery, Lincoln Ave. (Youngstown State University campus)
  • Cedars Lounge, The best original music hangout in town (Downtown).
  • The Rosetta Stone, Gourmet Food, Daily Menu, excellent Lunch Menu (Downtown).
  • Rust Belt Brewery, 530 Mahoning Avenue Suite A, (330) 423-3818, [5]. T-F 2pm-7pm Sat 12pm-5pm. Great little brewery with growler hours and very good beer. $$.  edit


Sleep[edit][add listing]

  • Best Western Meander Inn, 870 N Canfield Niles Road, +1 330 544-2378 (fax: +1 330 544-7926), [6].  edit
  • Fairfield Inn & Suites Youngstown Austintown, 801 North Canfield Niles Road, +1 330 505-2173 (fax: +1 330 505-3629), [7].  edit

Get out[edit]

Golf[edit]

  • The Youngstown Region was ranked #4 in the country for golf by Golf Digest.
  • Mill Creek Golf Course - West Golf Drive - Youngstown
  • Pine Lakes Golf Club - 6233 Liberty Street - Hubbard
  • Reserve Run Golf Course - 625 E. Western Reserve Rd. - Youngstown
  • Kennsington Golf Club - 4171 Westford Place - Youngstown


Routes through Youngstown
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