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Thursday, February 5, 2015

The Best Restaurants in Cleveland, According to Yelp

Posted By on Thu, Feb 5, 2015 at 9:54 AM

Everyone's entitled to their own opinions about Yelp, the online forum for crowd-sourced reviews, but whatever your stance, it's always interesting to hop on and see which restaurants have risen to Yelp stardom in your hometown. We perused the social sharing site today to track down Cleveland's top rated Yelp restaurants— and here are the results. 

How well do you think Cleveland's dining scene is represented?

1. Slyman's - 223 reviews, 4.5 stars

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2. L’Albatros - 300 reviews, 4.5 stars


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3. Lola - 562 reviews, 4.5 stars

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4. Lolita - 333 reviews, 4 stars

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5. Happy Dog - 394 reviews, 4.5 stars

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6. Superior Pho - 327 reviews, 4.5 stars

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7. Southside Diner - 63 reviews, 4.5 stars

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8. Edwins Leadership and Restaurant Institute - 41 reviews, 4.5 stars

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