Burntwood Tavern Plants Flag in Crocker Park


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Burntwood Tavern will soon grace the Crocker Park Shopping Center with its newest location. The November 2 grand opening will mark the seventh Burntwood Tavern in Northeast Ohio and the ninth restaurant overall for the company, Chef Art Pour Restaurant Group, which also owns M Italian in Chagrin Falls and Pacos Tacos/Tequila in Solon. 

Burntwood Tavern is known for its chef-driven approach to each of its dishes, providing a unique and specialized experience for diners. The mastery extends beyond food, too; the tavern offers house-infused vodkas in diverse flavors such as cucumber, pickle and bacon, as well as a wide selection of craft beers on draft and in bottles, including seasonal favorites from Great Lakes Brewing Company and Fat Head’s Brewery.

The new location will feature the restaurant's signature interior style with rustic woods, hand-blown glass fixtures, and a copper topped bar. “We invest in our communities as well as our guests from a social, business and philanthropic standpoint, and Westlake will be no different,” commented Bret Adams, founder and CEO of Chef Art Pour Restaurant Group, in a press release.

Burntwood Tavern is located at 12 Main Street in the Crocker Park Shopping Center (right next to the movie theater). Additional locations are in Chagrin Falls, Rocky River, Solon, Brecksville, Cuyahoga Falls, and Lyndhurst. For your first experience, we recommend the make-your-own Bloody Mary bar on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., or their seven-day-a-week happy hour from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. with half-off appetizers and flatbreads. Sold! 

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