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This ritzy martini lounge is decorated with dark wood, and specializes in elaborate drinks and finer wine.
Following a successful seven-year run as chef of the stellar Downtown 140, Shawn Monday ventured out on his own. The result is One Red Door, where diners can count on impeccable chef-driven fare, served at reasonable price points in a handsome yet casual setting.
For years, chef Roberto Rodriguez has run a popular Mexican foods stand at the West Side Market. Now he has expanded into a restaurant in a slim Ohio City storefront. The 25-seat eatery serves contemporary Mexican cuisine like chicken mole tamales, jalapeno-dough empanadas, fish tacos, and chipotle honey glazed pork chops. A display cooler stocks many of the prepared foods sold at the market. BYOB is OK.
Giant omelets, lighter-than-air Dutch baby pancakes, smoky thick-sliced bacon . . . What more could it take to get you outta bed and into a seat at this friendly, good-looking breakfast spot in Woodmere?
Local pancake wranglers Jane and Mike Frazin head west with this, their second OPH location, where the expansive menu features flapjacks, waffles, crepes, French toast, eggs, and savory, thick-sliced bacon. Our pick? The Apple Pancake, a golden zeppelin of oven-baked goodness, stuffed with Granny Smith apples and glazed in cinnamon. Good coffee, too, from local Crooked River Coffee Company.
Our pick for one of the best "casual eats" values in town, this nicely appointed osteria inside Whole Foods Market offers sit-down dining, friendly service, and a small but appealing menu of freshly prepped Italian fare at prices you'd be hard-pressed to match at home. Drinkers can choose from an inexpensive beer and wine list or buy a bottle at retail, which staffers will uncork and pour for free.
A stone's throw from West Sixth and a few steps below the pavement, an after-dinner martini crowd gathers at this candlelit Italian restaurant's bar.
Cleveland's version of a theater-district deli, this Playhouse Square staple has been entertaining arts lovers and downtown lunchers for more than 100 years, with a cast of soups, salads, steaks, chicken, and stacked-up sandwiches, many — like the W.C. Fields and Fanny Brice — named in honor of old-time stage stars. Dinner hours vary with the theaters' schedules; calling ahead is always a smart move.
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