Eat & Drink
Rarely do Clevelanders get hangry. What gives?
For one, the city is robust with mom-and-pop eateries doling out hearty helpings of ethnic delicacies—pierogi coated in dollops of butter, corned beef piled high and freshly filled cannoli.
We have culinary innovators busy winning awards and making national TV appearances while serving us foie gras steamed clams, beef cheek pierogi and chorizo hanky pankies.
And, in our neighborhoods, we come face-to-mouth with gourmet grilled cheese, oysters on the half shell and rosemary frites paired with cool craft beers, regional wine and locally distilled spirits.