The ambiance is rather bland, but if really good pasta is what rocks your world dishes such as sheer lobster ravioli in roasted-red-pepper cream; towering, greaseless lasagna; and linguine with white clam sauce, say look no further than this family-operated Italian restaurant and banquet center. Good pizza, too, and desserts from an in-house bakery.
It’s grown from a shot and a beer joint to the pasta king of Parmatown Mall. Ricotta stuffed shells, mom’s own recipe lasagne, and chicken and veal marsala, plus olive and artichoke Palermo pizza.
This North Olmsted restaurant joins the ranks of Cleveland’s top sushi spots. Creative and fresh; if you like sushi, you’ll love Aoeshi.
With a full bar and free wi-fi, this Parma Heights coffee house makes it exceptionally easy to relax.
Chef Mario Marotta presides over this intimate and authentic Italian restaurant, where the rustic dishes bring to mind meals we ate at Nonnas kitchen table. Homemade sauces, imported cheeses and plenty of fresh herbs make everything from saltimbocca to spaghettini San Remo sing; add a bottle of Chianti from the extensive, all-Italian wine list, and the harmonies seem even sweeter.
An outpost of the Northfield Center original, this Polish soul kitchen serves big portions of well-prepared standards like cabbage rolls, fresh kielbasa, and roast pork. Don't let the paper placemats and counter service fool you: The hearty food is a tasty bargain. And certainly don't miss the jumbo pierogi, our pick for some of the best around.
One of celeb chef Michael Symon's growing empire of burger joints, B Spot serves up juicy beef on a bun, along with brats, beers, and bad-ass milkshakes in a casual, laid-back setting.
Iron Chef Michael Symon doesn't fool around when it comes to meat. The result is his ever-growing chain of casual burger joints, using beef from legendary New York purveyor Pat LaFrieda and served up with treats like golden onion rings, rosemary-scented Lola fries, and thick, delicious, "bad ass" milkshakes.
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