Cleveland June 22, 2017
9 Mouthwatering Restaurants In Cleveland Where You’ll Never Need A Reservation
Cleveland is a city that foodies adore and appreciate. There are many upscale dining opportunities, though some are available by reservation only. However, there are many restaurants the cater to both the tongue and the eyes, featuring warm, welcoming environments as well as food that will wow you. The best part? Many of the tastiest restaurants in Cleveland welcome walk-ins, so you can treat yourself to delicious food on a whim.
1. Butcher and the Brewer, 2043 East Fourth Street, Cleveland
Butcher and the Brewer is a chic restaurant with farmhouse-inspired flavor. In-house is a butcher and charcutier, and they have designed a delectable menu full of local ingredients and artisan flavors. Plus, of course, their list of hand-brewed craft beers and irresistible cocktails will entice your taste buds. Butcher and the Brewer is open Monday through Thursday between the hours of 4 p.m. and midnight, and Friday and Saturday 4 p.m. to 2 a.m.
2. Pura Vida by Brandt, 170 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland
Experience American cuisine with a twist at this Public Square destination. The restaurant offers stunning views of Downtown Cleveland, an epic menu filled to the brim with vegetarian and gluten-free delicacies, and an impressive list of beverages. Since they are occasionally closed for private events, check
3. El Carnicero, 16918 Detroit Avenue, Lakewood
Nestled in Cleveland's artistic suburb is a delightfully innovative taqueria. Offering traditional Mexican food complete with gluten-free options, you'll adore this charming
restaurante moderno and its tequila bar. No call-ahead needed, unless you plan on going with a group of more than 8. Stop in Tuesday through Friday between 4 and 10:30 p.m., Saturday between 11 a.m. and 11 p.m., and Sunday between 11 a.m. and 9:30 p.m.
4. Mia Bella Restaurant, 12200 Mayfield Road, Cleveland
Make every night a
bella notte at this beautiful destination in Little Italy. Walk the streets and watch the sunset, then stop by Mia Bella Restaurant Monday through Thursday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., Friday through Saturday from noon through 11 p.m., and Sunday from noon to 9 p.m.
5. Otto Moser's, 1425 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland
This American-style restaurant is a staple of Playhouse Square, and it celebrates the stars of the big stage by serving up sandwiches named in their honor. It opens Monday through Saturday at 11:30 a.m., though closing time is largely dependent upon the show schedule at the surrounding theaters.
6. Provenance Cafe, located inside the Cleveland Museum of Art
A trip to the Cleveland Museum of Art is hardly complete without a bit of artfully crafted cuisine! Enjoy a variety of globally inspired dishes for lunch, dinner, or just to snack on. Check out the
Cleveland Museum of Art
for hours and menus.
7. Tomo Sushi & Hibachi Restaurant, 1293 West 9th Street, Cleveland
Four floors grace this Downtown destination, providing a richly decorated atmosphere. Check out the hibachi fare offered on the lower floor or head upstairs to enjoy hookah and entertainment. Check
for hours and events.
8. Mabel's BBQ, 2050 East 4th Street, Cleveland
Everyone has enjoyed Southern barbecue, Korean barbecue, or even Cajun-style, but how many people have experienced a barbecue style that is unique to Cleveland? That's exactly what you'll find at this industrial-chic restaurant, which is opens daily at 11:30 a.m. and closes Monday through Thursday at 10 p.m., Saturday at midnight, and Sunday at 10 p.m.
9. The Spotted Owl, 710 Jefferson Avenue, Cleveland
There is something about Tremont that exudes charm, and each little business nestled into the city has been infected by that awesomeness. Open daily between 5 p.m. and 2 a.m., you simply must swing by this bar after you enjoy a Cleveland-area dinner.
Cleveland is a melting pot of cultures, and its multi-ethnic background inevitably leads to it being celebrated as a melting pot of flavors. And, it seems, it rightfully should be, as there is always something delicious to satiate cravings of every kind. For a different kind of dine, check out our
list of best hidden restaurants in the CLE.