Bison Street Burgers and Brews

We are open Monday-Saturday and closed on Sundays. There is ample parking and we serve lunch, dinner, drinks, and coffee. Bison Street Burgers & Brews is good for groups, reservations, take out, and walk-ins are welcome. We accept all forms of payment such as cash and major credit cards. We serve “Simply Good Food” to the Stark County area.


  • 4 star review  A little out of the way, but the bison was delicious. The lower bun got a little soggy as we were eating but otherwise, not a single complaint!! Sat out on the patio and enjoyed the sunshine!!

    thumb Love Singleton
  • 5 star review  First time ever eaten there. Little Ms Hailey greeted me and showed me to a table. Brought me a menu and a drink. She was prompt with everything. Best waitress I ever met. Five stars goes to Hailey as well. She's awesome. I will be returning.

    thumb Dawn Espinoza-Cruz
  • 5 star review  Food is delicious and the atmosphere is amazing. Very clean. I live a hour away and will definitely be coming back.

    thumb Abbey M
  • 4 star review  First time there. Brought my daughter who has horrible dairy allergies and the staff went above and beyond while pretty busy to help us out. (Fried pickles fries were great and completely dairy free btw). Food was great. We got forgotten a little bit, but it was busy so I do understand. We had a good time, and my daughter lives within walking distance and will be visiting more often now. The posted hotdog buns would normally be toasted, but we said no because she can't have butter.

    thumb Will Combs
  • 4 star review  The "Titan" aka 1lb Pretzel was very good. The Pickle Fries are amazing. Wife had a flatbread and loved it. My son had the mild wings and thought they were ok. I had a classic burger and it was ok but I liked the streak fries. Daughter had the classic burgers as well and didn't care for it but did enjoy the fresh cut fries. Honestly, we have enjoyed every time we have gone to Bison Street. Service is very good. I think next time we go we'll give the 1lb meatball a try.

    thumb Paul Bailey