Despite 20/20-stache John Stossal’s beef, the West Side Market continues to rack up an impressive number of accolades. A recent one came via the Food Network, which has put the Cleveland staple on it’s list of Top 10 Destinations. The market gets props as the “Best Food Lovers’ Market.” “Local, including Iron Chef Michael Symon, can find almost anything they need, and tourists can get acquainted with Midwestern faves like bratwurst sandwiches, Buckeye chocolates and pierogies,” the caption reads. The market is shoulder to shoulder with good company: the list includes a cliff-top California restaurant, New York speakeasy, and gaudy Las Vegas steak house.
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