- You Can Tune a Piano, but You Can't Tuna Fish -
I can't tell you how many times I go to a restaurant in this town and deal with untrained staff. Training, training, training -- an essential piece to a successful business, yet no one does it.
There was a Mill's restaurant in downtown Cleveland- we are talking 1930's 40's? - it was a cafeteria.
I still believe in a great hamburger ....yours is not ....get fresh boneless chucks and grind your own meat ..you will have a burger second to none...fresh is best... From a real meat- cutter..
I believe you are doing a disservice to yourself and your neighbors by keeping the large adjacent parking lot closed off to general parking. The empty lot makes it seem that there are no patrons at your restaurant or the Bistro. Open it up and you will let people know that there is activity.
Get rid of the valet parking.
It's all about marketing!
I look forward to try out the food soon!
We've been to Rennick's more times than I can count and have NEVER been disappointed. I look forward to many more delicious meals in its cool surroundings. Bridge Street in the Harbor area of Ashtabula is soooo charming.
Arepas are also traditional fare in Venezuela and the corn flour (Harina PAN) is available in Latino grocery stores and Whole Foods.
"But then I tried Ehab Enaia's version, which he sells at his tidy little Kamm's Corners restaurant Cafe Falafel." Tidy!?! Are you kidding me? We chose to dine there based upon your review. That place was FILTHY. The floors haven't seen a broom, let alone a mop in quite some time. The windowsill had piles of dead flies and a few other insects that I was unable to identify. I wish I could upload the picture to show you. I didn't notice this until halfway through my meal, which was then quickly deposited in the trash. If piles of dead bugs are acceptable in areas the customers can see, it scares me to imagine what the places we can't see might look like. I'm far from being an anal retentive clean freak, but I have to draw the line somewhere, no matter how good the food is.
Best Baba, Falafel, and Hummus I've ever had. All made fresh right in front of you or just that morning. The staff working are super friendly and kind .. My absolute favorite place for lunch or dinner.
My favorite is the Falafel Wrap!
Their falafel burger is messy, but good.
Aladdin's Baking Company on Carnegie!!
Thanks for the info! I live close and would never have known it was there. Love good baba and it is so hard to find.
Surburan flight? I think the more accurate term is white flight
I can't count the number of great dinners he fixed at home, especially holiday dinners! He's always loved to celebrate holidays with a a feast to please everyone. He had his private art show in Akron at the age of 13 which was well recieved by many people he had never met. Now for years he uses his creative abilities to create dishes that many people enjoy. Needless to say, I'm very proud of my son and choices he has made in his life especially marrying his beautiful wife Pam. If you want a terrific food experience visit him at Lola's in Cleveland. This is just a beginning of the success he will have in his life. That's my son Bill and I love him very much!
Jaworski's is absolutely amazing and if you've never been there, you're doing a disservice to yourself. I would have never thought ox tail soup would be something I'd drive far to get, but I do for theirs. Stop in, you will not regret your decision. Or maybe you will, because then you'll have to keep driving back there all the time!
are we to understand that nathan and will are in a romantic relationship? it seems like the author was hinting at a certain mutual attraction between the two men. maybe i'm reading too deeply into the subtext, but I'm pretty sure that "will" and "nathan" are in love with one another. cheers, gentlemen, and best of luck in all of your future endeavors!
These comments are hilarious, that's something I was wondering myself, why do they keep mentioning how often they eat out?? We get it, you have money to blow... As far as M(ichelle), she's genuinely a great lady but if any of you "loyal patrons" saw what goes on behind the scenes in any of her husbands establishments, you'd feel like fools & never go back. They treat their employees very poorly and know how to sucker those of you who keep coming back, by calling you VIPs. I imagine that people who need to go out to dinner that often, must really not know a thing about food or they would be cooking real food in their own kitchens instead of being bamboozled by the ambiance of this franchise. I have heard comically terrible reviews of pacos as well, but hey, to each their own. If you feel important by paying that much for barely average food then mangia! I'd be hoping for the success of the Adams if they were even half as loyal to you as you are to them.
August 24-30, 2016
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