The Cleveland Restaurants That Closed Their Doors in 2020

The restaurant industry is a tough one to begin with, even in the best of times. 2020 has presented a whole bunch of new challenges. It's been a tough year, and a bunch of places have permanently closed both before and during the pandemic.

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 Noodlecat
186 Union St., Westlake
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Noodlecat

186 Union St., Westlake

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 Sawyer’s
3396 Tuttle Rd., Shaker Heights
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Sawyer’s

3396 Tuttle Rd., Shaker Heights

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 Peterson Nut Company
11101 Carnegie Ave., Cleveland
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Peterson Nut Company

11101 Carnegie Ave., Cleveland

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 Polpetta
19900 Detroit Rd., Rocky River
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Polpetta

19900 Detroit Rd., Rocky River

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 Rose Italian Kitchen
6140 SOM Center Rd., Solon
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Rose Italian Kitchen

6140 SOM Center Rd., Solon

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 The Rail, North Olmsted and Canton Locations
4347 Belden Village Mall, Canton and 400 Great Northern Blvd., North Olmsted
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The Rail, North Olmsted and Canton Locations

4347 Belden Village Mall, Canton and 400 Great Northern Blvd., North Olmsted

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 XO Prime Steaks
500 West St. Clair Ave., Cleveland
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XO Prime Steaks

500 West St. Clair Ave., Cleveland

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 Cello’s Grill
1300 West 9th St., Cleveland
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Cello’s Grill

1300 West 9th St., Cleveland

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 Lilly Chocolates
2032 West Scharf Rd., Cleveland
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Lilly Chocolates

2032 West Scharf Rd., Cleveland

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 Ushabu (Reopening Under New Name and Concept)
2173 Professor Ave., Cleveland
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Ushabu (Reopening Under New Name and Concept)

2173 Professor Ave., Cleveland

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