Stifel Nicolaus Financial is an investment banking firm. It serves business and individual clients. Services include…More financial and retirement planning, business consultation, retirement benefits plans, college savings plans, and trust planning and setup. It also provides annuity, mutual fund and stock options as well as life insurance, disability insurance and long-term care insurance.
Williams, Welser, Kratcoski & Can, LLC 11 River St, Kent, OH44240 Williams, Welser, Kratcoski & Can is a legal firm. Its areas of practice include real estate law, criminal defense,…More DUI/traffic law, business litigation, family law, estate planning and landlord/tenant law. It also provides criminal defense services for college students including theft, DUI/OVI, drug crime and violent crime.
Bruno's Pizza & Catering is popular for its pizza-by-the-slice for lunchtime pedestrians on the go, but busy…More families know Bruno's chicken, baked pasta and other dinner combos taste as good as (or better than) homemade. A full catering menu is available.
The owner on premises means Bruno's quality is assured. In addition, because this is a price-conscious college town, Bruno's coupons can be found in local advertisements/magazines and on Facebook, among other places.
At the Kent location (just east of KSU's campus) of this national chain, delivery is popular but the chain's $5…More Hot-N-Ready pizza offer has heated up pick-up business. With this deal, customers can pick up a 14" cheese or pepperoni pizza for five dollars. This offer is good any time that Little Caesars is open.
Crazy bread and wings are also popular with customers in this college town, but Little Caesars also provides a full range of pizzas, from pan (deep dish) to hula (with pineapple) to vegetarian.
Visit the chain's website for monthly special offers and to order gift cards. Nutrition information about all Little Caesars products can be found there as well.
The Rusty Nail sits just north of SR 43 between Kent and Twin Lakes. The large rustic building holds both a…More full-service banquet and catering hall and a cozy restaurant and lounge - and all have a loyal clientele.
The Rusty Nail serves a delicious dinner menu, with juicy steaks and hearty pasta and chicken dishes delivered in style to the white-linen-covered tabletops.
A semi-private room can accommodate small parties. Around the corner, the large banquet halls hosts large parties for wedding receptions and other big events. (Book early if you want to host a holiday party here!)
The bar is usually busy, too, and while it typically sees a mature crowd (as opposed to the college students often seen elsewhere in Kent) there's plenty of room for quiet date-night talkers as well as those who want to comment on (or argue about) whatever the game of the moment is. Drink specials are available every evening; Karaoke is on the menu every Friday night.
The rather upscale Nail isn't stuffy, but children (and all patrons!) should be on their best behavior here.
Sully's Tavern - sometimes called "Sully's Frosted Mug" - is probably a…More good place to visit if you want cold beer, served at a table or a bar, and to be left alone.
Serving a mature crowd (no college students here) and offering a mostly-domestic line of beers (and the occasional cocktail, but no fancy shooters) Sully's is no-nonsense. Inside, wooden accents and businesslike service is what customers get. A pool table gets fairly regular use.
Just west of SR 43 in Brimfield, Sully's permits customers to bring in their own food, but few do - it's primarily a drinking establishment, and the regulars (of which there are many) seem content with that.
It's worth noting that while Sully's Tavern is in the business of serving alcohol, it's not a good place to drive away from if you've had too many - the Brimfield Police Department is Sully's next-door neighbor.
Founded in 1986, Five Guys Burgers & Fries now has more than 725 locations. The restaurant settled into Kent in…More 2009 and has enjoyed a brisk business ever since. Located just across SR 59 from the 'front campus' hill, Kent's Five Guys serves up the limited menu that has been one of the main ingredients in its successful formula: namely, burgers and fries. (No surprise.)
Its burgers are big and fresh, as are the fries. The 'vegetarian burger' isn't actually a burger, but the standard bun-and-all-the-extras sans the burger patty. Kosher-style hot dogs are also featured on the menu, along with a grilled cheese sandwich, and Coca-Cola beverage products. The chain doesn't even offer coffee. But in Kent - as in most college towns, which Five Guys franchises favor - there's usually a Starbucks (or other coffee stop) nearby.