Star Tribune Includes Story on Northeast Ohio's Culinary Scene
Midwest Traveler: Northeast Ohio's Old and New Taste Traditions
StarTribune - Aaron Gettinger
Northest Ohio is the Rust Belt's buckle. There is no vista quite like Cleveland's gloriously infernal Industrial Valley, where smoke-belching steel and chemical plants line the Cuyahoga River, blot the sun and light up the night. The region's heritage is clear in its drinking and dining - in boisterous Eastern Europeans taverns, in African-American-owned restaurants in Cleveland and in cuisines brought by refugees to Akron. To really get to know a place where tourism is often limited to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, follow your taste buds. Read more.