Restaurants in Cleveland
The cuisine blends Spanish, Portuguese, and Continental flavors; the paella Valenciana is a standout.
Put your chef’s hat on and make your own stir-fry at BD’s, where your bowl is bottomless.
Eastern European immigrants, multigenerational families, and Food Network star chef Michael Symon all swear by the old-school stuffed cabbage and kielbasa at this cafeteria-style favorite.
Bustling modern American. Fahrenheit's menu is arranged according to the temperatures at which items are prepared: 600 degrees for pizzas, 1,000 for steaks and seafood and 36 for cocktails.
Art Deco den
Eclectic food by chef-owner Douglas Katz, who also presides over one of America’s best Sunday brunches.