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Lins

What's Good To Eat In Cleveland?

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So how 'bout it? Does anybody recommend good places to go in Cleveland who will feed me?? I don't mind figuring out my own breakfasts and lunches, but there are usually large get-togethers for supper, and I'd love to be prepared.

Thanks!!!

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Lins,

I'll welcome you in advance to my hometown. Where will you be staying? Depending upon what side of town you will be I can recommend some options for you. We have all the usual restaurant chains and some of them around here offer gluten-free menu's (PF Changs on the East Side / Carrabba's on the West Side). Mostly I eat plain burgers, plain steaks or salads.

The key is talking to the chef. If you can get the wait staff to pass along your needs and speak directly to chef you'll have no concerns.

Cleveland Bob B)


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Hey, thanks Cleveland Bob!

I am unsure of where we'll be staying. The show is at the IX Center and last time we stayed out by the airport. They guys I will be with tend to like to go downtown for at least one nice dinner. We don't have PF Chang or Carrabbas around where I live so those might be good places to go if I get the opportunity to specify. I expect, tho, that they'll want a nice steak place that's not a chain. I just figure if anyone has had good experiences in any particular places, I can just nicely explain to my coworkers that if they want me well enough to help at the show, they best find me some non contaiminated food! :D

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Honestly, I'd stay away from those chain places. They are run of the mill, and actually kind of nasty.

If you like ethnic foods there are two great places.

One is Shanghai Place, owned by new owners who are really health concious and definitely should be able to accomodate us. They are known to treat their customers EXCELLENTLY. They have raving reviews too but for some reason I can't find them. Keep in mind the restaurant has like 5 names, so I could be searching under the wrong one. The address and phone is correct, though.

http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&safe...512007896495027

Another is Empress Taytu's Ethiopian place. Ethiopian is actually a really good cuisine, believe it or not. Their restaurant is also highly rated.

http://hometown.aol.com/EmpressTaytu/

http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&um=1...1&ct=result

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