CANTON: All hail The Rail.

The restaurant, which has locations in the Cleveland and Akron area, was crowned the People’s Choice award winner Tuesday night at the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank’s 10th annual Taste of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

The Rail won the honor by serving its Mojo Burger, made with a 50/50 blend of Ohio beef and Ohio andouille sausage, lettuce, tomato, local cheddar and house-made jalapeño coleslaw; the Mr. Mariola Sandwich; the Bruschetta Burger; and a blueberry-basil lemonade made with OYO Vodka.

About 700 people attended the fundraising event and donated funds to provide the equivalent of more than 700,000 meals in the region.

“Our community truly rallied together to support hunger-relief efforts and honor genuine football legends,” Foodbank President and Chief Executive Officer Dan Flowers said in a prepared statement.

Hall of Fame enshrinees such as Morten Andersen and Thurman Thomas attended the event to mingle with guests and sign autographs.

More than 20 local and national vendors prepared food for the event and competed for the People’s Choice award.

The restaurants featured were: Bomba Tacos & Rum, Canton Brewing Co., Chocolates by Erin, Cilantro Thai & Sushi Restaurant, Driftwood Modern American Bistro, Dunkin Donuts, Gervasi Vineyard, Main Street Gourmet, Main Street Grille, Meeker Wines distributed by Esber Beverage, Ohio Brewing Co., Pav’s Creamery, Pepsi, The Rail, Robert J. Events & Catering, Saffron Patch in the Valley, SHY Cellars, Troutman Vineyards, West Side Bakery and Winery at Wolf Creek.

Taste of the Pro Football Hall of Fame is a partnership between NFL teams and food banks across the country. Local events are held in NFL cities throughout the year, and a national Taste of the NFL event is held on the eve of the Super Bowl.