North Kingsville, Ohio: Eat Pizza In a Covered Bridge

The bridge was built in 1862, then dismantled, moved, and turned into a pizza parlor in 1975.

Covered Bridge Pizza Parlor

Address:
6541 S. Main St., North Kingsville, OH
Directions:
Covered Bridge Pizza Parlor. Downtown, and it's tiny town. On the west side of Hwy 193/S. Main St. just south of its stoplight intersection with US Hwy 20/E. Center St.
Hours:
Su-Th 11-11, F-Sa 11-midnight. (Call to verify)
Phone:
440-224-0497
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Covered Bridge Pizza Parlor.

Covered Bridge Pizza Parlor

While exploring the 19 covered bridges of Ashtabula County we ran across a pizza parlor which had been built inside the former 1862 Froman Road Bridge. Our lunch in this unusual place was the highlight of our day, between seeing the Roadside America shortest and longest covered bridges.

[Rochelle Riordan, 10/23/2017]

When the original bridge was replaced in 1972, it was sold to the highest bidder -- the pizza parlor owners -- for five dollars.

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