Morning Brew: Hells Angels Member Arrested, Greenhouse Tavern Gets More Love, Gun Pulled on Cops, and Pharmacy Violence



Come on, make me a burger. Please.
  • Come on, make me a burger. Please.

Good morning, Cleveland. Here's something to read while you wish you were eating a Greenhouse Tavern burger instead of whatever boring leftovers you brought for lunch.

— In this month's issue of Delta's fabulous in-flight Sky magazine, bizarre food connoisseur Andrew Zimmern proclaims his love for his three favorite comfort food joints in the country. On the list: Greenhouse Tavern on E. 4th. It turns out Zimmern eats more than goat brains and alligator feet. (Fresh Water Cleveland)

— If the cops come to your house to investigate a gun crime, best not to pull a gun on them when they walk onto you porch. (Lorain Morning Journal)

— All sorts of nefarious characters associated with the Cleveland chapter of Hells Angels are in trouble with police. In other news, there is a Cleveland chapter of the Hells Angels. (NewsNet5)

— It may not be nice for a pharmacist to refuse to fill your husband's prescription because he "doesn't like his attitude," but you're not going to help matters if you jump the counter and kick him. (Lorain Morning Journal)

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