Friday, February 22, 2013
Downtown Cleveland Restaurant Week starts this weekend.
Downtown Cleveland's Restaurant Week starts this weekend with $30 prix fixe dinners, $15 lunch specials and pierogis at over 40 restaurants. This year is the first time the specials, at places like Michael Symon's Lola, Morton's, The Greenhouse and more, have extended through two weekends — Feb. 22 to March 3. Some parking will be available for $2 after 5 p.m., and customers can enter for a chance to win downtown dining for a year. For more information and a list of all participating restaurants, click here. Are you planning to take in a Restaurant Week dinner? Tell us in the comments below, review it in a blog or snap a photo for Pics & Clips!
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Read the letter and tell us what you love about Cleveland
Chef Michael Symon, owner of Eton Plaza's B-Spot and other area restaurants, showed a little emotion and a lot of Cleveland pride in a touching love letter to Cleveland for The Huffington Post today. Raised in North Olmsted and a graduate of Lakewood's St. Edward High School, he reminisces about places all over the area: I remember when I was young and I would spend my entire weekends with you and my grandfather: heading to the Eastside and staying with my grandparents; taking the rapid Downtown; shopping at the Westside Market with all its fabulous aromas of smoked meats and baked breads. It is here I found my true love for food, for going to the historic Terminal Tower to pick up my Grandma at Higbees and heading back east to cook split …
Thursday, June 30, 2011
Check out some news you can use from some of our neighboring Patches
Here's some news you can use from some of our neighboring Patches. Don't forget to head over to those Patches to check out the full stories. Cleveland Heights Patch: The City Council set a 6 p.m. curfew for minors in Coventry and Cedar Lee business district after fights broke out at a festival, almost derailing the event. Twinsburg Patch: The shuttered Chrysler Building in Twinsburg is being sold. That's a big deal in town, so find out what the city council members thought of it. Mentor Patch: Celebrity Chef Michael Symon is looking for locations for a new B Spot (his burger joint) and mentioned Mentor as a possibility in a tweet. Kent Patch: Tuition may be rising at Kent State.