The Hidden Underground Cleveland Restaurant That’s Too Tasty For Words

Cleveland’s history is truly unique, and some of its most intriguing moments occurred within some of the city’s most iconic landmarks. One can only imagine the moments experienced in the Cleveland Trust Company Building. With its iconic rotunda, a blend of Beaux-Arts, Neoclassical, and Renaissance Revival architecture, no Clevelander can miss the edifice from 1907. Clevelanders from any walk of life could have been within it when the stock market crashed in 1929, when the Cuyahoga River caught fire, and when politically-fueled rioting broke out. Now, you can dine in this historic space.

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There are few experiences that compare to dining in a former bank. Who will you be taking on a tour through time and crafted cocktails with you?

Intrigued by what lies beneath the Trust Rotunda? Wait until you see the grocery store within its gorgeous interior.