Grinders Above and Beyond, which used to have a location in Stow, recently opened a new location in Hartville.
The Hartville eatery is at 1212 Maple St. (Route 619), phone 330-587-4280. Hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
The restaurant serves grinders, as well as soups, salads, burgers, dinner entrees and other family-friendly fare in a casual environment. Other Grinders locations are in Plain Township, Canton, Alliance, Dover, Louisville and Minerva.
Learn to paint at Hudson’s
Hudson’s Restaurant, 3900 Medina Road, Copley, is hosting a trendy event called Wine & Canvas.
It’s a painting class with cocktails that will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. Jan. 15.
The cost is $35 and participants receive everything they need to create a work of art, including canvas, paints and instruction. The featured painting for the event is called Park Bench.
Registration is required. Visit www.wineandcanvas.com and select the “events” tab to register or call 330-338-7744 for more information.
Fairlawn native has book
Fairlawn native Jackie Newgent has a new book out, 1,000 Low-Calorie Recipes (Wiley, hardcover, $35), that aims to teach readers the principles of a healthy diet and how to eat foods that are nutrient-rich.
The book includes advice on how to stock a low-calorie pantry, tips on maintaining a healthy weight, techniques on low-calorie cooking and substitutions for sweet and savory ingredients.
The New York City-based Newgent is a chef, registered dietitian and past national spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics. She’s also the author of The Big Green Cookbook and The All-Natural Diabetes Cookbook.
Newgent’s recipe makeovers, in which she lightens up favorites, can be found on her blog, Tasteovers by Jackie, at www.jackienewgent.com.
Warm toast to new year
National Hot Toddy Day is Jan. 11. Time to cozy up folks; January is here for another 29 days.