The Restaurant Scene In Cleveland Ohio
The restaurant scene is Cleveland, Ohio is becoming so hot it has received national recognition. This is especially true for the downtown area. The Masthead Brewing Company is a rustic brewery, kitchen and taproom housed in a building dating back to 1921. The bar is 108 feet long, has 24 tap handles, and serves traditional cocktails in addition to guest beers. The restaurant can accommodate 250 customers.
Marble Room Steak and Raw Bar is upscale with chandeliers, marble staircases and a bank vault below ground. The restaurant is housed in the historic Garfield building, and offers a large menu. This includes seafood, steak, lighter fare, appetizers, and cocktails.
Margaritaville is inspired by the islands, and features an attached Margaritaville store, plenty of palm trees, an outdoor seating area, a lakeview rooftop, and a 5 O’clock Somewhere Bar boasting large flat screen televisions. Assorted bands and performs provide entertainment on the indoor stage.
Heck’s Café is one of Cleveland’s classics, and famous for gourmet burgers. The café is casual, fast, and serves amazing specials for lunch and dinner. This includes short ribs, shrimp and grits, and lobster mac’n cheese.
The Rascal Flatts Restaurant is a combination of rustic, industrial, and eclectic design. The restaurant features 10,000 square feet, faces the river, has a space for indoor performances, and an outdoor patio measuring 3,200 square feet. The food is delicious, and classic Cleveland.
The downtown restaurant scene in Cleveland additionally includes the El Puente Viejo Taco and Tequila Bar, Wahlburgers, the Noble Beast Brewing Company, Portion, and the Collision Bend Brewing Co. See more things to do and see…