Reopening soon at 1638 Old Columbus Road, The name Bishop's Restaurant is no stranger to residents of Northeast Ohio.

The Bishop's tradition of fine family food started in the 1950s on Cleveland Rd north of Wooster as a small hot dog stand owned by the Bishop family. The establishment evolved into a popular drive-in restaurant known for not only great food, but also, “car hop service”that is seldom seen today. As the surrounding area developed, the property was sold to make room for an expanding neighboring business.

In 2002 Bishop's was reopened near SR 57 and US 30 outside of Orrville. The people of not only Wayne County, but Northeastern Ohio were excited to see the return of Bishop's, their world famous onion rings and the Nutty Muffit and many other items. In 2009 ownership of Bishop's was transferred to it's current owner, Denise Dorsey.

“I look forward to serving many of our old friends at our new location at 1638 Old Columbus Road  and I am pleased to say that many of our staff are returning and are thrilled to once again be part of the Bishop's team. It seems as if many of our customers are like an extended family” said owner Denise Dorsey.

In June of 2013 Bishop's will reopen their doors. If you are one of our many loyal customers, welcome back. If you are new to Bishop's we look forward to meeting you soon!