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Whip Coffee Shop

6406 Pearl Rd.
Parma Heights, Ohio 44130

440.885.9849

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Oldtimers everywhere, Even the Waitresses!!


My friend and I stopped in on a late Sunday afternoon, we walked in and no one greeted us or told us to sit, stand, anything. We decided to grab menus ourselves and sit as the waitress who had to be atleast three hundred continued talking to the black worker in the kitchen. We wanted breakfast but the menus we grabbed were dinner, we waited atleast ten minutes for the waitress to greet us and get the correct menus. Ten minutes does not sound like a lot but when your the only customer in there it is. The waitress was extremely rude and acted as if we were causing her harm by eating there, YOU WOULD THINK SHE WOULD BE HAPPY TO HAVE CUSTOMERS!The food was good as usual, but the morning is better time to come. We waited at the three hundred year old register,like the waitress for another fifteen minutes without help, only think enjoyable is the food.

Review by Joey Lurch from N.Olmstead posted November 26, 2013

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Rumor of cheese Hint of egg salad


On a recent visit, we were amazed at the sticker shock of the rising dinner prices! We decided on soup and sandwiches to save a few $$. I had the lettuce sandwich with a hint of egg salad and wifey had the rumor of grilled cheese (1 cheese slice slapped between 2 slices of bread). We were never regulars but that was the last time for us. The people are nice and their service is fine, but the food just doesn't make it!! Even the vintage wooden walls----not redone since its 1940 grand opening-----can make up for the food we were served....

Review by Thomas from Parma Heights posted October 01, 2012

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Took a Chance


Passing by late one night and saw the sign for chicken paprikash so stopped in. The chicken paprikash was almost as good as my Hungarian mom makes (sorry Mom !). Have since been back for the stuffed peppers and the chicken and dumpling soup and was not disappointed. The restaurant's a bit dated. But good food and reasonable prices. We'll be back again.

Review by Rod from Wadsworth posted April 26, 2012

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Saw it in Cleveland magazine


I had the chopped steak, my wife had the chicken chow mein. the mashed potatoes with the steak were sparse, am guessing instant, the service was very good, the mush room soup was very good,the tapioca pudding A+. Will go again.

Review by BC from N. Royalton posted January 11, 2012

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Lacking Cleanliness


My girlfriend and I have been here twice, and both times that we went there, it just didn't seem clean or sanitary. The carpet needs to be replaced and the whole place needs to be scrubbed and dusted. We had spaghetti both times, and the food was pretty good, but who wants to enjoy a meal somewhere they feel is dirty?? We did have good service, the thicker cute blonde waitress waited on us both times, and was very polite and attentive. The major thing that this place lacks is a good scrub down and i think it would really improve peoples dinning experience.

Review by Alex from Smythine posted September 18, 2011

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Delicous Back Sweat


I once seen the short fat brown cook scratch her back with a knife, then she put it back in the drawer. Great food though. The Whip dates back to the 1940s, and it's a fun nostalgia trip. The atmosphere is cozy, with knotty pine wood paneling, and the staff is friendly. The homemade soups are excellent; some of the menu items, such as the Duchess hamburger platter, have been on the menu since the '40s, as the vintage menu on display attests. I'm surprised by the negative review on this site; we enjoy The Whip very much

Review by Phil from Parma posted February 22, 2011

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Best Kept Secret Around!!


My husband and I have been eating at the Whip for years! Their specials are great. You can't find a better perch dinner, with or without shrimp, cole slaw and fries anywhere. They make a great chopped steak and chicken wings are bigger, meatier and tasty than most wing places. The soups are good, bottomless coffee and service is always excellent. Sorry to the couple of folks that didn't like the service, the only thing I can say is that everyone has an 'off' day. Our service is ALWAYS excellent! Good food, plenty of it for a reasonable price. Fantastic breakfasts, too! The atmosphere is cozy and down-home, not like big chain eateries. We've been going to the Whip for over 25 years and wouldn't keep going back unless the food and service was good! Try it out and become a 'regular', too!

Review by Ann from Parma posted January 07, 2011

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Best Specials in Town!


This place has the best specials in town. There's a new, tasty special every day of the week. The stuffed cabbage is wonderful. The fried fish special is the best I've had in years. Breakfast at The Whip is always a treat. The breakfast specials are fresh, filling, and you can't beat the price. It's the only place in town to get grits and the world's best chili.

Review by Al from Strongsville posted December 04, 2010

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Disappointed in the Prices/Service


I am very disappointed in the service/price for our meals. The waitress had to be in her 70s very unfriendly personality. She never once stopped back to see how everything was. I got the check and almost died on the prices they charged me. 2.96 for two eggs, then 2 pancakes and one slice of ham 4.28. My chicken sandwich was good but i paid 2.38 just to get fries and a small bowl of soup.Should of been included with the sandwich.. VERY DISAPPOINTED IN THE PRICE. Will highly recommend people to go to Dennys or I-Hop more food for the price you pay. Ridiculous.!

Review by lori from Parma posted October 20, 2010

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looking forward to our next take out


the place is simple and unchanged by the times, the dinners are always very tasty, and the dumpling soup is awesome. we have tried all of the below and are all very good stuffed cabbages,City chicken,lamb shank,chciken n stuffing chicken paprikash,swiss steak and fried chicken

Review by Donna from Parma Hts posted September 07, 2010

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Best food and service in Parma Heights area


I love eating at The Whip. Breakfast is fast and delicious. The eggs are fresh, the bacon to die for, and the grits and oatmeal are made fresh daily, not instant. Is is also amazingly clean. The staff is friendly, and make you feel very comfortable.

Review by Teri from Parma Heights posted July 04, 2010

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GREAT STUFFED CABBAGE ON SATURDAY


Being Slovak and from Cleveland we ran across The Whip when we saw stuffed cabbage on the window on Saturdays only. They were excellent with lots of flavor and not packed in the cabbage in a nice and creamy tomato sauce. The prices are very reasonable too. The waitress was delightful. Next visit we sure will be going back. Next time I want to get the City Chicken.

Review by Louise from St. Cloud posted June 27, 2010

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Nostalgic comfort food


I remember coming here as a kid, and I went back recently after a long, hard day. It lifted my spirits right away. I got a huge homestyle meal for so little money. It's a humble place with humble food, and it hits the spot. So nice to see that it's still around. Need to go for breakfast some time.

Review by TM from Parma Hts posted April 24, 2010

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Simple Food Made Great


I loved the atmosphere of the restaurant. Every thing I've ever had there was great. The City Chicken on a stick was excellent. Salads are always fresh and the price was reasonable. If any one-location restaurant has been in business like they have been since the 1940s, they must be doing something right. You won't be disappointed.

Review by Ted from Houston Texas posted April 09, 2010

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Awesome Breakfast Spot - Great!


Love going to the Whip for breakfast - and other meals also. And, like the other reviewer stated the bacon is addictive - the best ever!! Everyone is very nice - great fast service - and you just can't beat the price anywhere!! Go there at least twice a month for breakfast - Have great memories from "back in the day".

Review by Barbara from Parma posted January 01, 2010

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Memories and good food


My husband was born and raised in Parma Heights. He has long ago memories of going to the whip for lunch after church on Sunday with his parents. Each year when we visit Parma it has become a ritual to have lunch or dinner at the Whip. It's great. It just takes you back. And, the food is good - especially the pigs in a blanket! Go for it - and enjoy a piece of history.

Review by Susan from Spotsylvania Virginia posted May 18, 2009

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Very good service and food quality.


I agree with miranda - nitephant has very little idea of what he's talking about. The food here, especially the breakfasts, are some of the best you will find in Northeast Ohio (beware: the bacon is addictivly good). Enjoy the nostalgia, the food, the various paintings for sale on the walls, and the rather quick and attentive service. This place has been around for a long time for a reason. Go discover it for yourself.

Review by Josh from Montville posted April 07, 2009

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A cool historic landmark


The Whip dates back to the 1940s, and it's a fun nostalgia trip. The atmosphere is cozy, with knotty pine wood paneling, and the staff is friendly. The homemade soups are excellent; some of the menu items, such as the Duchess hamburger platter, have been on the menu since the '40s, as the vintage menu on display attests. I'm surprised by the negative review on this site; we enjoy The Whip very much.

Review by miranda from shaker heights posted April 02, 2009

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Very poor service and food quality.


I ate at this establishment with a small group of people. It was likely one of the worst dining experiences that I have had to date. From the moment of walking in the first thing that I noticed was the dinning room lights constantly dimming down and coming back up. Surely an indicator that there is something wrong with their electrical. The waitress that we had did not bring salads out for greater then half of the people who's meals included them. She even forgot what some people had ordered. The mashed potatoes looked and tasted like they were made from plaster. The deep fried fish was raw on the inside of every piece of fish that was served. Upon complaint about the fish, the waitress required that she took the raw piece back to the kitchen and scraped the remaining food on the plate onto a new plate in front of the patron splashing food on them. The new fish that was brought out was also raw on the inside. The pop was flat. The french fries were over cooked and beginning to burn. Some people in the dining group ended up eating nothing but french fries do to the poor quality of the food, but in the end had to pay the full price for the meal. I will not be visiting this establishment again, and don't recommend you do either unless you want to waste your money.

Review by nitephant from Old Brooklyn posted January 29, 2008


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