This list is fantastic! Thanks for compiling it. So many incredible all-vegan and vegan-friendly places in the Cleveland area. Check out the Cleveland Vegan Society's restaurant guide for a full list of them : http://www.clevelandvegansociety.org/vegan…
This is very helpful, thank you!
Ok, now I'm damn hungry.
Polpetta in Porco!
Lol, Trattner such a loser. In the other "I loved all these things in 2016" fluff piece, you all but licked Symon's poop hole, here you decry sheet pan trays, but NO MENTION that Mabels uses them!
And right. Restaurant carts are cool, dude... you lost relevance... hmm, sometime ago, but now it's just sad the crap that's published with your name on it.
Just a note, there is activity around Kamms in this market. Hatfields Pork n Bean just opened, and Working Class Brewery is shooting for a spring opening.
RE: Trattner's comment on Food Halls. Since when is getting a bunch of food trucks together and putting a roof over them such a great thing? It's not. Trattner is always whining about how Cleveland is "behind" other cities. Well, Tratt, did it ever occur to you that not doing the same exact thing as everyone else is ok? I've been to several food halls in several cities, and they are mostly junky trucks with bad food and people who are clueless enough to stand in line for really long time so they can feel better about themselves. Just because other cities are doing it doesn't make it cool. Besides, Cleveland has enough interesting places to keep a food lover busy without resorting to standing in a parking lot with ten "gourmet" taco trucks or poke trucks serving badly stored tuna in 95 degree weather. It's people like Trattner who can't seem to embrace the contrarian attitide that makes Cleveland unique. Cleveland doesn't do it like everyone else? Too bad. Cleveland doesn't have to.
Athens Pizza on rocky rivery dr. ... the most tastiest pizza in cleveland, the right amount of sauce,cheese, toppings
The commentary on local breweries seems a bit confused. Hansa, Goldhorn, and Buckeye COMBINED are about 3% the size of Great Lakes, the largest brewery in the area. The reluctance to support local breweries while finding no fault with the intense competition of new out-of-towners coming to the area smacks of contradiction. By anyone's account, Cleveland is the furthest behind in breweries per capita of any comparably-sized Midwestern city, let alone major Ohio cities.
You forgot Korea House
Who you calling a joker, you jamoke? Joke you if you can't take a fuck...
Chuckles the Clown
Look, Cleveland is OK, but merely just OK. The reason why real estate is cheaper here is because it's more BORING and BLAND here! Once you've experienced the good food, orchestra, zoo, theatres, metroparks, etc., there is nothing much else to do here. Lake Erie is a joke of a mud puddle, compared to the great salt water beaches of America, the traffic lights are timed to stop you from advancing a few blocks at a time when driving, and the culture is a lot more homogenous than the more larger cities and metro areas. Drive just a few miles away from Cleveland proper, and you enter vast swaths of unexciting farmland. The people that diss Los Angeles, Boston, New York, Chicago, etc. are usually the ones that can't AFFORD it! I've lived in some of those cities, and I would, without hesitation move back if I could! But for now, i'm STUCK in Cleveland!
Legacy? A highly dysfunctional and failing school system. City services at the best are terrible. Pot holes everywhere. Leaf pick-up only occurs when the wind blows. A police department under the watch of the federal government. A health department that cannot find a solution to a lead problem. City council being led blindly and making bad decisions daily based upon fear. That's right, give this clown 4 more years.
You can have him back. No, really. We insist you take him back.
We all need to work on some of the real problems facing the world, you all are still funny, anyways! http://fitnessmodeldiet1.org/
I congratulate and celebrate you.
Black and Beautiful!!!
And I'm black and proud to be your auntie.
It is also worth noting that during the regular program year (September-June) Trinity has a more traditional choral Eucharist at 11:15am with the same preacher and sermon as the earlier services.
April 26- 2, 2017
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