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Gasoline Alley

870 North Cleveland-Massillon Rd.
Bath, Ohio 44210

330.666.2670

Deli,Pizza, $$


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DONT ORDER THE FOUNTAIN DRINKS!!!


My fiance and I decided to stop by Gasoline Alley for lunch.Neither of us had been there before. We ordered fountain Cokes, I ordered a peperoni pizza, and he got a burger. My first sip of Coke, I thought to myself "hmmm, something tastes a little weird" My fiance tasted his Coke, he works for a water company, and told me that it taste like there was a lot of IRON in the water. Thank goodness, they had bottled pop and water!... My pizza was under cooked, and very "soggy" and his burger to him was just "okay"... OVERALL.. We wont be going back!

Review by Andrea from Akron posted January 09, 2012

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Very disappointed!


My family and I decided to order from Gasoline Alley last night for the first time. We had heard negative reviews in regard to the service, but decided to check it out anyways. I placed a to go order and the waitress said it would be about 10 minutes. After 20 minutes, I started getting agitated. I asked several times if my food was up and they just continued to say "it will be up soon. I'm sorry for the wait." I could not figure out what could be taking so long. I only order 3 sandwiches and 2 fries. After 35 minutes, I said, "Nevermind, I think I will just leave and get food elsewhere." The waitress said, "No, please, your food will be up in 2 minutes." She then gave me 2 large cookies if that was supposed to make me feel better. Finally after waiting for 45 minutes, I left. I was so upset by the entire situation but looked forward to the food, that I had heard was delicious. Well, the food was awful and they only included one frie. You have to pay extra for cheese on any of the sandwiches, the food stunk and the service was horrible. That was my first and last time going there!

Review by Disappointed in Parma from Parma posted December 04, 2011

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It looked interesting....


...so we pulled in, not knowing what to expect. It was out-of-this-world fabulous - from the eclectic decor that keeps your eyes moving everywhere, to the outstanding food. I had the fried tilapia with fries and have to say it is hands down the best fish fry I've ever had, and enough to eat the next day. Hubby had a burger and thoroughly enjoyed its homemade quality. Hope to go back again soon.

Review by Bonnie from Sagamore Hills posted March 09, 2010

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Just not the same


I've been to Gasoline Alley over 50 times in the last few years, but my loyalty is waning. It's not that the food has gotten that bad, or the prices have sky-rocketed...It's just that the service has gotten so terrible, that it's just not worth going any more. I wrote some earlier reviews and I raved about G/A, and to see it go down hill like this is maddening. When we first started going there the staff was attentive and friendly. There was very little turn-over, so you got the same server again and again. You felt like family. Now, there's a new person every time you go in, and none of them seem to care if you get served or not. And I think the most maddening thing of all is the ridiculous wait times caused by management not pushing table turnover. Restaurants run on the number of customers they serve a day. With no waiting area and very little place to stand it's very obvious when people are waiting for a table, yet customers are allowed to sit for half an hour after they've paid there bill. I like to enjoy a nice evening with friends too, but I'm also courteous enough to now when it's time to move on. This isn't Moe's or Russo's. It's a deli/diner/bar/whatever. I once saw a sign in a similar establishment that said, "When we're real busy, we kindly ask that you EAT IT AND BEAT IT!" With seating in the dining area for only 26, serving as many as possible is crucial to both the business and the wait staff. It would nice for them to get 3 or 4 more table a night. In closing, food this good shouldn't be missed because of lack of good management.

Review by Just4the Food from Wadsworth posted March 08, 2010

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sick nasty awesome


This is by far my favorite restaurant. Their sandwiches are awesome piled so high that i, a teenage boy, could not even finish mine. the atmosphere is awesome with all of the old advertisements and gas stuff. just don't get the pizza.

Review by brian from bath posted June 26, 2009

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Seven Hills Taste Buds


Gasoline Alley is a great place for any meal. Their fries are excellent with malt vinegar on them. Their sandwiches are enormous and they only use the freshest meats. The burgers are the best!!!! They remind me of my childhood when there wasn't so many preservatives and all the other stuff that are put in meat these days. The service is great!!!

Review by Holly from Seven Hills posted April 19, 2009

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Northern Ohio Live Magazine


Describing Gasoline Alley as a deli doesn't do it justice. While its size recalls a deli, the menu and ambiance go beyond. And unlike most delis, Gasoline Alley has a bar. In homage to the building's past as a gas station, an auto theme runs through the restaurant. Weathered road and gasoline signs adorn the walls; old bicycles hang from the ceiling. Diners can order a Model T - a turkey, bacon and havarti sandwich - or the meatless Jeanne's Vegetable Truck. Gasoline Alley uses delicious kosher salami, which will set new standards for people's lunchmeat tastes. The restaurant sets a few standards, actually, and hearty sandwiches are just the beginning. The New York-style pizza could successfully compete with area pizzerias, and even the French fries - not limp or over-greasy - are worth noting. Diners will undoubtedly leave with full stomachs; thankfully, they can take a huge piece of carrot cake, revved up with pineapple and nuts, or delectable cheesecake to go.

Review by Northern Ohio Live posted June 03, 2005


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