More on The Cleveland, Opening Next Week at 25 Cleveland Place [MENU]

Posted on: January 4th, 2013 at 6:09 am by

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Yesterday we broke news that The Cleveland is poised to open at 25 Cleveland Place, former home of Pablo’s Birthday gallery and the experimental What Happens When. Well, we have more details on the endeavor for you this morning.

According to owners Paul Shaked and Hudson Solomon, the Cleveland offers “approachable New American cuisine with a variety of Mediterranean influences.” Like nearly every restaurant on the block these days, the smallish establishment is billed as a neighborhood spot with a “casual price point.” Dining room accommodates thirty-six and a seasonal backyard garden that fits thirty-nine. The kitchen is helmed by Chef Ken Corrow (formerly an Executive Sous Chef at both Acme and Anella). Oh, and they were in fact approved for wine and beer service. Got all that?

Expect an opening next week with dinner service; brunch and lunch to follow by March.

Below is the menu:

The Cleveland Restaurant – Menu

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