I don’t think you can miss here to be honest. I’ve gone here for breakfast several times and always got the breakfast burrito, which is really good. They put the hashbrowns inside which is never a bad idea. As much as I hate to admit it, I’ve had breakfast here and ordered sandwiches to take home for later.
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The lemonade stand was started over 50 years ago when Mario’s dad gave him a hammer and told him to knock a hole in the wall of their general store (the place that is now Demitasse Restaurant next door). Mario has kept the tradition that was begun by his grandfather alive by maintaining a steadfast and stubborn insistence on using only the best ingredients and the correct preparation methods. The lemons are all squeezed by hand and he only uses real cane sugar. The inside of the store is…
Finally i show up when the place is open. The chili is made in house from scratch according to the guy working. Price point was spot on. Actually I thought the portions were generous. Great food. Only suggestion would be to stick to a bowl with either rice or mac. The burrito was awesome but a bitch to eat as the consistency of the chili was just not meant to be held. Put it in a bowl and all was saved.
Papa Cristo is a restaurant/store serving truly authentic Greek cuisine. They offer sandwiches, plates, hot/cold appetizers, and salads. The sandwiches are truly the way to go here. They are HUGE and give you a bit of everything. Just pick from a choice of meats and they will serve it with a nice helping of Greek salad all wrapped up in a garlic pita. The creamy tzatziki sauce on the side is a MUST! I ordered the chicken breast ($6.99) and the boyfriend had the donor ($6.99). Really can’t…
Bomb diggity! Just ate here for lunch. Try the “Sidwhich.” Made one happy customer out of the picky eater that I am. And get the mini donuts! Not a huge donut fan but these were a great decision-was going to save some for the friend I’m staying with, but I ate em all! lol. Cool seeing them made right in front of you.
An Ohio City institution, ABC the Tavern has been around for over 20 years. Randy Kelly and Linda Syrek reopened the ABC in 2009 bringing their knowledgeable service, huge drink selection, great food and fun vibe to W. 25th Street. They’re proud to be part of the revitalization of this historical Cleveland neighborhood.
I wouldn’t come here for a good slice of pizza. The Italian beefs are ok; lacks flavor for my taste. Italian ice is good, they have a variety of flavors. OK cheese fries. I have to say, there’s a black guy usually at the register and a Hispanic guy that takes orders. Both need to work on their attitudes. One is rude, the other a perv. Overall, it’s an ok place to pick up a quick bite. If you don’t have a closer place to pick from.
I love a good bakery. The bigger the selection, the better. The only thing that I want to be bigger than the selection is the line. Say what you want about the wisdom of the crowd, but I’ve never been done wrong by a bakery with a line out the door.
The storefront is very small & can get crowded during peak dinner hours, but they do a pretty solid job of bringing everything out quickly and making sure the restaurant was high turnover rate. I’m drawing a blank on how good the service is which is, in my opinion, pretty much the highest compliment you can give to an Asian restaurant.