Cleve's Food Scene Gets a Nod in Rolling Stone




Cleveland's food scene gets a nod in Rolling Stone, as part of an April 6 story by Elizabeth Weinstein on the Rock Hall Inductions. While the focus is the economic impact of the event, local restaurants, including Crop Bistro and the Greenhouse Tavern, get a little ink.

The piece leads off with these bon mots:

Steve Schimoler, owner and chef at Cleveland, Ohio's Crop Bistro & Bar, has been working hard to create the perfect rock-themed menu for his restaurant, with the hopes of attracting some of the rock stars, record industry executives, and music fans who will flood into town for the 27th annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony later this month. He is particularly proud of a cocktail he calls the "Sugaree" (shaken not stirred) – in honor of the Rock Hall's new Grateful Dead exhibit.

Schimoler is one of the many Cleveland business owners eager to contribute to the 10-day celebration of rock & roll that began April 5th, and culminates with the induction ceremony at Public Hall on April 14th.

Read the full article here. — Elaine T. Cicora

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