10 Cleveland Restaurants Where You Can Get Great Dishes for Under $10 

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Crispy Chicken Livers ($8), Lolita Restaurant, Tremont These beauties are perfectly flash fried on top of soft polenta.
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Stuffed Piquillo Peppers ($7.50), Swirl Wine Bar, Solon Roasted piquillo peppers loaded with goat cheese and sun dried tomatoes, served with crispy prosciutto, almonds and lemon.
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Chipotle Pork Tacos ($7), Parkview Nite Club, Detroit Shoreway Dos tacos stuffed with in-house smoked pork and topped with hot salsa, honey chipotle and cheddar cheese.
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Smoke House Wings ($7.95), Fat Heads Brewery & Saloon, North Olmsted Six giant whole wings are smoked low and slow for hours, then tossed in Fat Heads dry rub and served with a side of Fat Heads honey chipotle.
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Feta Fries ($8), Greek Village Grille, Lakewood A deliciously obscene portion of French Fries topped with melted feta and provolone cheese along with diced tomatoes.
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Balsamic Popcorn ($6), Crop Bistro & Bar, Ohio City A past time classic reinvented with some balsamic vinegar. The result is a decadent balance of flavor.
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Billy's Arti Chicken Choke ($8), Billy's A Cappelli Martini Bar, Mentor
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Mini Kobe Beef Corn Dogs ($7), Flip Side, Chagrin Falls & Hudson Four mini corn dogs served with ketchup and mustard. The picture will do the rest of the talking.
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Gyro Omelette ($6.95), Sal's Menu Restaurant, 3850 Pearl Rd., Cleveland Sal is your personal grill master as this open face gyro omelette is served with onions and melted American cheese.
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Croque Monsieur ($9), Le Petit Triangle Cafe, Ohio City Probably one of the coolest spots in Cleveland, The Triangle offers a kick ass croque. Their croque monsieur is simply explained as a French toast sandwich with delicious ham nestled inside.