A CALL TO ACTION: three of our beloved local businesses have been on the receiving end of some crappy crimes. Their front doors have been smashed and their point of sale systems stolen. Which seems like a wasted opportunity because all I'd be looking for is the food... So what do we do? We do what Cleveland does best, we support each other, defend our turf, and eat. So here's your mission, and we hope you will choose to accept it: take a few friends, bring some cash, enjoy their delicious fare and show them some love! The land don't scare. 👊 • • • • • • #thisiscle #defendtheland #shoplocal #smallbusiness #clebagelco #herbntwine #jackflapscle
The @brewnuts Instagram account has invited Clevelanders to frequent three west side businesses that have been vandalized recently: The Cleveland Bagel Co., Jack Flaps, and Herb'n Twine Sandwich Co.
All three had their front doors smashed and their point-of-sale systems stolen, per the Instagram post.
Jack Flaps and Herb'n Twine are both on Lorain Avenue, where retail window-smashing has occurred for months. The Cleveland Bagel Co. is on Detroit Avenue.
"Here's your mission, and we hope you will choose to accept it," wrote @brewnuts, the donut and beer joint that has yet to open on Detroit and W. 65th. "Take a few friends, bring some cash, enjoy their delicious fare and show them some love! The land don't scare."