Very sorry to see Light close. So comforting for those of us in Ohio City to know that if Hudson wasn't doing so well, they would have pumped money into Light.
The plywood over the windows in the back along 29th looks incredibly tacky.
Please update your site, every time you go through a pic it has to refresh the page. Your Web technology looks more like Euclid Square mall. Stuck in time are we!?
Too bad its true, thays exactly what killed that mall. And Richmond Mall is headed in the same direction. Sad but true
have gun, will travel!
Excellent food, diverse menu, and HUGE beer selection. Love this place!
No bologna burger / fried bologna sandwich??? And ANYTHING at Melt - my fav, the Monte Cristo. I live in the south and come home to Cleveland for sandwiches I can't find down there. Hate to tell you, we've got French Dip, Gyros, corned beef, and most of the others you listed. I agree with an earlier commenter, you must have selected sandwiches from your advertisers.
These photos do not showcase the tour at all.
In no particular order...Slyman's Corned Beef, Steve's Gyro, Frank's Bratwurst, Mr. Hero Roman Burger, Monte Cristo at Melt, Fathead's Headwich, TJ's Butcher's Block Butcher's Blend, Old Fashioned Hot Dog's Chili Dog, Panini's signature sandwich, Po Boy at Hot Sauce Williams...too many more to mention.
As a caller, I think it is poetic justice. He called me a liar because I disagreed with him. No rebuttal, no identification of what I led about just a blanket statement with no defense
Headwiches from Fatheads PLEASE! And definitely Melt!!!
Glad this moron is gone. Typifies the Angry White Male element in Cleveland.
About the only ones I agree with are Slyman's and Frank's bratwurst.
Definitely would add Romanburgers, a Polish boy from Seti's, brisket or pastrami from Mister Brisket, something from Melt, a fried bologna from B Spot, falafel sandwich from Tommy's, gyro from Steve's, a panini from Panini's with the fries and slaw - these are Cleveland icons.
Not sure how a Philly cheesesteak or New Orleans shrimp po-boy "defines Cleveland"??!?!?
I worked at Bakers Square for five years, so I am very familiar with their pies. Once you try a piece of pie from Humble Pie you will understand why people are willing to pay $23 for a pie. Fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Bakers Square cream pies are shipped in, and the fruit pies arrive frozen and are baked on site. I believe they come from Minnesota. I used to eat the filling and leave the crust. I eat every bite of Diane's pie crust. Her crusts are made with lard, butter, flour and water. Bakers Square probably uses preservatives to ensure they arrive fresh. I stand by my original statement. Best pies in Cleveland. Hands down.
Were's Parmagedden from The Melt?
i like greek village but not because of their gyro. steve's at the market puts their gyro to shame
every Thursday from 6-9pm. runs through August 28th!
It would be nice if you mentioned when this takes place.
No Polish Boy.
No Mr. Hero.
No Dave's Cosmic Subs.
half of these sandwiches, while they look delicious, don't define cleveland at all. Where's Jaworski's? Gentile's? and most of all, whether you like it or not, the Mr Hero Romanburger is a quintessentially cleveland sammich.
maybe this list should be called, "10 sandwiches that advertise in Scene"
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