If you think everything fades after three decades, check out this mainstay of the East Side dining scene, where the seasonal menu of well-crafted cuisine remains reliably, vibrantly up-to-date. Summer lunches on the shady, tree-lined patio are a high point of the season; in the winter, several fireplaces make for cozy indoor dining.
The plastic and neon of the Montrose shopping district are two miles and several decades removed from this little roadhouse. But while the Alley's big menu of sandwiches, pizza and salads seems soothingly unfashionable, execution is above average, the car-themed decor is charming, and the attitude is hip.
Overstuffed corned beef on rye, pastrami platters, kosher salami stacks sided with potato salad.
A devastating fire put Grumpy’s out of commission for two years, but owner Kathy Owad has resurrected the beloved Tremont café in a cozy new space. Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, weekend brunch and late-night weekend dining, Grumpy’s pretty much has you covered morning, noon and night. Expect hearty plates of reasonably priced, stick-to-your-ribs comfort food served with cheerfulness.
EST 1936. One of the oldest bars in the Cleveland area. Recent upgrades include a new brick patio, refurbished original barstools and kitchen serving food again for the first time since 1959.
Old school scratch kitchen serving a full menu and top notch burgers from The Westside Market. Daily comfort food specials, several dozen craft beers alongside choice liquors. It's a clean, comfortable time capsule of a neighborhood bar where your Grandfather would go for a drink.
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