This Incredible Cleveland Restaurant Is Located In A Civil War-Era Warehouse District Building

Unique dining destinations offer a glimpse at a side of Cleveland that even locals don’t always get to see. Food often tells the stories of the people that have settled in our city, and many antique environments remind us of what our city once was. If you’re hoping to step back in time while dining, there’s one restaurant that’s entrenched in local history, and its home base has roots that stretch back further in time.

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Johnny’s Bar has long entertained locals with made-from-scratch Italian food, but this antique destination makes the dining experience even. Do you have a favorite menu item here? Share it in the comments!

If you enjoyed this look back in time, just wait until you visit the original Johnny’s Bar.