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Friday, April 30, 2010

Want An Invitation To Eat For Free At Melt's Cleveland Hts. Location Soft Opening?

Posted By on Fri, Apr 30, 2010 at 11:00 AM

You know you want it.
  • You know you want it.

Scene's food critic, Doug Trattner, gets to do all kinds of neat stuff because of his job. One of those is going to soft openings of new restaurants and scarfing down delicious food for free. I know, he's got it rough.

Fortunately for you, he can't make it to all of them. For example, Melt's soft opening at the new Cleveland Heights location. So, he's giving away his invitation to eat Fish's delectable grilled cheeses before the Cleveland Hts. joint officially opens.

Sadly, I am not able to attend the soft opening of the new East Side outpost of Melt Bar & Grilled. That's good news for one person and a guest, though, because I'm giving away my invitation! (Thanks, Matt.) The open house is on Wednesday, May 19, between the hours of 6 and 10 p.m. After RSVPing in advance, you can simply show up with this pass and dine for free. Sweet grilled cheese!

The shop officially opens to the public on Friday, May 21.

To win, simply follow me @dougtrattner and tweet the following post:

@dougtrattner is giving away a pass for 2 to eat @MeltBarGrilled for free before they open! Visit

I'll announce the winner on the @dougtrattner Twitter page on Monday, May 3. If it’s you, send me a direct message via Twitter within 24 hours.

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