CLEVELAND, Ohio – Our WTAM 5-minute food and drinks chat covers Cleveland restaurants Ruth’s Chris Steak House and Banter closing, the 100th Bomb Group up for auction, and the Gervasi Vineyard-Cleveland Ballet partnership for upcoming performances.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House closes
Ruth’s Chris Steak House in downtown Cleveland has closed. The restaurant, which opened in 2017, was the company’s only location in Northeast Ohio and featured steak, seafood and an extensive wine list. Joey Morona has the story:
About Ruth’s Chris closing
Review: Ruth’s Chris
Banter closes in Cleveland
Banter Cleveland – which offered an assortment of poutine, sausage, craft beer and wine – is closing this fall, its owners announced. It was a bar, restaurant and bottle shop all in one in the Gordon Square neighborhood. Its location in Van Aken District’s Market Hall will remain open. Anne Nickoloff has the story:
About Banter closing
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The California company that owns the 100th Bomb Group is putting the restaurant up for auction. The restaurant is adjacent to Cleveland Hopkins Airport. Three on-site inspection dates will be available. Here’s the story:
About the auction
Review: Brunch at 100th Bomb Group
Gervasi teams with Cleveland Ballet for performances
Gervasi Vineyard is partnering with Cleveland Ballet for open-air performances set to the classic opera “The Magic Flute” and songs by Frank Sinatra. Here are the details:
About the performances
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