Latino Restaurant Week Offers a Tasty Way to Support Latino-Owned Businesses in Cleveland

click to enlarge Half Moon Bakery is participating in Latino Restaurant Week. - PHOTO BY EMANUEL WALLACE
Photo by Emanuel Wallace
Half Moon Bakery is participating in Latino Restaurant Week.

The Northeast Ohio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce launched the 1st Annual Latino Restaurant Week in 2017 as a way to support and promote local Latino restaurant owners. This year's event runs from Oct. 3 to Oct. 9 as part of the Hispanic Heritage Month celebration.

As with most "restaurant weeks," this one offers guests of participating restaurant special deals, dishes and pricing. Below is a list of some of the places taking part. Call or visit this week.

Twisted Taino Frappe Bar & Grill – 5633 Pearl Road Parma, (216) 939-5444

Antojitos y Pupuseria Guanaquitas – 2998 W. 25th Street Cleveland, (216) 862-1082

Half Moon Bakery – 3460 W. 25th Street Cleveland, (216) 772-2499

Blue Habanero – 6416 Detroit Avenue Cleveland, (216) 465-1818 & 8934 Brecksville Road, Brecksville, (440) 630-9499

The Campus Grille Latin – 10 Seminary Street Berea, (440) 243-4229

Empanadas Latin Street Food – 5543 Ridge Road, Parma, (440) 340-5618

Barroco – 12906 Madison Avenue, Lakewood (216) 221-8127, 287 Crocker Park Blvd (440) 641-1283, Westlake, 3941 Erie Street 2nd Level, Willoughby (440) 527-8125

Hola Tacos – 12102 Madison Avenue, Lakewood (216) 801-4666, 12718 Larchmere Blvd, Cleveland (216) 938-9301, 3941 Erie Street 1st Level, Willoughby (440) 527-8101

Sabor Miami Cafe – 4848 Broadview Road, Cleveland, (440) 714-0202

Nuevo Acapulco Mexican Restaurant – 21750 Lorain Road, Fairview Park, (440) 734-3100

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