More Eat, Drink and Play Tenants Announced for Pinecrest ‘Mixed-Use Lifestyle District’

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Last week, the developers behind Pinecrest, the $230 million mixed-use lifestyle district near the I-271 and Harvard Road exchange in Orange Village, announced some of the tenants that would gobble up all those new retail, office, luxury apartment and a hotel square feet.

In terms of eating and drinking options, visitors can look forward to a mix of local, regional and national representatives. While none of the brands mentioned are original concepts, many are new to the Cleveland market. 



Locally owned dining establishments will include Red, the Steakhouse, Flip Side Burgers and Restore Cold Pressed juice. Out-of-area chains will include Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, City Works Eatery and Pour House, Fusian and Bipibop Asian Grill. Pinstripes Bistro, Bowling, and Bocce, an adult-themed entertainment complex and restaurant, will join Silverspot Cinemas.

The project is about 18 months away from completion.



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