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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Hospitality Restaurants to Build Upon Rosewood Grill Success

Posted By on Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 10:45 AM


Cleveland-based Hospitality Restaurants is growing again. In addition to the group's current portfolio, which includes the highly successful Cabin Club (Westlake), Salmon Dave’s (Rocky River), Blue Point Grille (Warehouse District), Delmonico’s Steakhouse (Independence) and Rosewood Grill (Hudson), plans are in the works for a new Strongsville eatery.

Slated to open this summer in the Plaza at SouthPark, across from SouthPark Mall, the restaurant looks to be the restaurant group's first "repeat." Diners in and around that area can look forward to a new Rosewood Grill, which builds off the success of the two-year-old Hudson concept. The original is casual, comfortable, sophisticated and — most important — affordable. The setting is sexy, the food fresh, well-executed and flavorful.

“Our success has been created by featuring wholesome, freshly-prepared dishes that highlight the finest seasonal ingredients available," says Executive Corporate Chef Shawn Cline. "It’s a winning recipe we won’t stray from."

Rosewood Grill will accommodate approximately 175 diners across 10,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space. The restaurant will feature the same barroom with open kitchen design with stone-hearth oven.

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