Burton Family Restaurant has a rich history dating back to 1798. First known as the Umberfield Tavern, it began as a gathering place for local residents, but was burnt down by someone who had a grudge against the Umberfields. Two years later, The Exchange Hotel took its place as a stagecoach stop where the mail coaches exchanged horses. It was then used as a boarding house for students attending the Burton Academy before becoming a hotel again. In 1942, the hotel was torn down and rebuilt by Ellen Hosmer as a restaurant in the mid 1940s. The restaurant was later sold to Lillie Belle Kennedy and her homemade pies and welcoming country charm made Belle’s Colonial Restaurant a favorite stop for locals as well as those visiting Burton. Then in 1970 Joan and George Pulling stepped in and kept the restaurant going for decades. In 2012, it became Burton Family Restaurant, a neighborly place continuing to offer good food and great hospitality, while embracing the old traditions of the Burton community
Burton Family Restaurant
14609 Parkway St
Burton, OH 44021
To place an order for pick-up, call 440 834-8812.
Mon - Sat 6:00 - 9:00 Sun - 7:00 - 8:00 Sun Brunch - 8:00 - 1:30
We offer weekly lunch and dinner specials.