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Cleveland Eats restaurants list released

August 3, 2018

Cleveland Eats restaurants list released

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The restaurant list for the second annual Cleveland Eats festival covers everything from Pan Asian to pastries and more.

The fest, a showcase for the Hospitality Management Center at Cuyahoga Community College, is Saturday, Sept. 15, at Mall B above the Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland. The inaugural event drew more than 8,000 people.

More than 30 restaurants, caterers and others will participate.

Small-plate selections will cost $5 or less. Admission is $5, and six bands will play all day. Kids 12 and under get in for free.

The festival’s goal is to raise awareness about the college’s hospitality center, which trains workers needed for the industry. The family-friendly event will feature cooking demonstrations, a culinary marketplace and children’s activities.

Restaurants committed to participate:

Adega: Mediterranean-inspired cuisine.

Bloom Bakery: Artisan-crafted goods from socially conscious bakery.

The Burnham: Ohio-sourced products on the menu at Hilton Cleveland Downtown.

Burntwood Tavern: Smoked, planked and wood-grilled food.

The Campus Grille: Caribbean cuisine.

Coquette Patisserie: The University Circle bakery closed this year, but it is making a one-day return.

Edwin’s Leadership and Restaurant Institute: French cuisine.

fire food and drink: Global-inspired dishes from locally sourced ingredients.

Hard Rock Rocksino: Culinary tour de force of five restaurants.

Heck’s Café: Gourmet burgers.

Irie Jamaican Kitchen: Spicy flavors.

Lucky’s Café: Hip Tremont eatery.

Luna Bakery & Café: European-style pastries.

Melt Bar and Grilled: Grilled-cheese goodness.

Ninja City Kitchen & Bar: Asian street food.

Nomad Culinary: Kitchen-style scratch cooking service.

The Pierogi Lady: Pierogis.

Pier W: Seafood.

Pierre’s Ice Cream

Pura Vida/Blue Canyon: Creative approaches to traditional fare.

Red, the Steakhouse/Moxie: Contemporary American.

Salt+: Small plates.

Saucisson: Boutique butchery.

Skye LaRae’s Culinary Services: Personal-chef experience.

Stack’d: Hot sandwiches, street tacos, burgers, all-day breakfast options.

Table 45: Modern American cuisine.

Xinji Noodle Bar: Pan-Asian, ramen, dumplings.

Wild Thymez Personal Chef Service: April Thompson is a personal chef to Cleveland’s sports stars.

Zack Bruell Restaurant Group: Bruell owns multiple restaurants with distinct culinary focuses, all in Cleveland.

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