I wonder which national boring liquor association promised someone a cushy job or some other sort of kickback for eliminating the upstart competition...or if they really are this stupid...
Time to call your state senator or Kasich
How can the people who enjoy this creativity and also enjoy the unique things help? Who do we write to? What can be done to halt this? I'm legitimately asking.
A perfect article explaining why you dont ever vote to put statist in charge.
Remove the board completely and let the owner, and thus the consumer, make a decision about what liquor they want to order.
However I wouldn't hold my breathe waiting for people to vote for free markets and few minds here in the People's State of Ohio.
Bureaucracy at its worse. Fee the rum.
Fedman maybe you should open your mind a bit and give some of the newer producers a try such as M Cellars. I guarantee you we are delivering you the unexpected and it's not what your used or what your comment refers too. As far as the chef-driven restaraunts go you might start to look around and notice our wines are on the lists for good reason. Give our M Cellars wines a chance.
despite review, note that chef-driven restaurants that tout "local/seasonal/organic' do NOT serve Ohio ofrtified koolaid wines, nor will you see Ohio wines served outside Ohio, fo rgood reason.
Sounds like a great place!
Wierd review. The title doesnt really match the article. I like the place and think its much better then you write about.
Mediocre experience. Only good part was (i) server was nice and (ii) interior was big city nice. Food was super weak and very overpriced. So many restaurant entrepreneurs price outside their strike zone and this is one of Cleveland's top offenders.
They consider vegetables and hummus an entree?
I'm confused as to how this place will survive. Why would I go here over other places with well defined menus? They needed to have the pizza over, because of a "silent investor". What gives a "silent investor" the decision to add items to the menu. If he was smart, and wanting to make money, he would let the chef's decide what is best. This proves there is an over saturation of restaurants in Cleveland.
Sounds like good food and lots of it, but if his motto is "Simple things done well," why have bad coffee? Really good coffee and coffee makers are available to anyone and everyone these days, so there's no excuse for weak or bad coffee...none. It's a huge pet peeve when a place that claims to be a breakfast and lunch joint has bad/weak coffee. Invest an extra penny a cup and use good coffee!!!
We had Mexicana bowls last week and loved them! Everything was fresh, flavorful and plentiful. The price was even reasonable and finally located within walking distance! Thank you for stepping outside the box. My family and I are committed to supporting Flame and telling others. Best wishes.
Hard to believe this all started with a laptop and a cheap microphone. This show and Greg Rempe could easily find a spot on AM,FM, Sirrius or TV
Great to see BBQ Central getting some hometown love. Really nice.
And he makes the BEST pulled pork EVER
The best bbq podcast on the planet! Thanks for bringing it strong each week, Greg, and glad you Clevelanders are finally getting some decent restaurant bbq.
way too many other GREAT places to get tacos in cleveland like Bomba and Barrio to waste money on tiny, mediocre ones at Coastal. Space is great, but in my opinion food and drink don't warrant a return visit.
Went there Thursday before the Browns game and had a great experience - I would in fact recommend CT to anyone in the area. It was a new concept that probably needed some hard lessons to work all the kinks out, I have to assume, because my service and food was excellent.
October 26- 1, 2016
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