Friday, April 9, 2010

Best hotels and restaurants in Cleveland

Best hotels and restaurants in Cleveland
Ethnic food reigns in Cleveland, whether it is a spicy burrito or Polish kielbasa smothered with Cleveland’s famous Stadium Mustard. There are restaurant rows in the Flats, the Warehouse District, and the area around Gund Arena and Jacobs Field, Little Italy and on Coventry Road in Cleveland Heights.

Lola Bistro & Wine Bar. Chef Owner Michael Simon has received national attention from food and wine critics for the creations he describes as “urban comfort food”. Best sellers on the winter menu are sea food pierogi and macaroni and cheese with fresh rosemary, goat cheese and roasted chicken. Fish and game are first rate; desserts are out of this world.

Sans Souci. Sophisticated sea food dishes and hearty French Provencal fare are served in a comfortably elegant dining room overlooking Public square.

Moxie: In the upscale town of Beachwood, 20 minutes southeast of downtown Cleveland by car, this trendy eatery is a must. It’s unassuming from the outside, but once you step into the large, bright room and taste the creatively prepared American fare with a nouvelle twist, you will understand why they named it Moxie.

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