Cleveland Restaurant Week Returns Monday

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Alley Cat Oyster Bar is participating in this year's Cleveland Restaurant Week. - SCENE ARCHIVES PHOTO
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  • Alley Cat Oyster Bar is participating in this year's Cleveland Restaurant Week.
Cleveland Restaurant Week is back in action Monday. Like last year, more than 40 locally-owned restaurants are scheduled to participate in the Cleveland Independents-organized event, which runs through Friday, March 16.

Once again participating Northeast Ohio restaurants are offering that can't-pass-up deal: three-course prix fixe menus for $33, plus tax and tip, of course. Meaning you and your people can more affordably test out restaurants you wouldn't necessarily try on a normal weekend. 



See all of the participating restaurants below:
Alley Cat Oyster Bar, Cleveland
Bac Asian American Bistro & Bar, Cleveland
Batuqui, Cleveland
Blue Canyon Kitchen & Tavern, Twinsburg
Bruno's Ristorante, Cleveland
Burntwood Tavern, Solon
Chinato, Cleveland
Cowell & Hubbard, Cleveland
Der Braumeister, Cleveland
Don's Lighthouse, Cleveland
Don's Pomeroy House, Strongsville
Edwins, Cleveland
Fahrenheit, Cleveland
Flying Fig, Cleveland
Grove Hill, Chagrin Falls
Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse, Beachwood
Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse, Crocker Park, Westlake
Lago, Cleveland
L'Albatros Brasserie, Cleveland
Lopez on Lee, Cleveland Heights
Merchant Street Provisions, Cleveland
Moxie, the Restaurant, Beachwood
Nighttown, Cleveland Heights
Nouveau Bistro & Lounge, Concord
Nuevo Mod Mexican, Akron
Nuevo Mod Mexican, Cleveland
One Eleven Bistro, Medina
Paladar Latin Kitchen, Woodmere
Parallax, Cleveland
Pier W, Lakewood
Provenance at The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland
Red, the Steakhouse, Beachwood
Red, the Steakhouse, Cleveland
Sarita, Lakewood
Spice Kitchen, Cleveland
Table 45, Cleveland
Taki's, Avon
Tartine Bistro, Rocky River
Taste, Cleveland Heights
Thyme2, Medina
Tremont Tap House, Cleveland
Umami, Chagrin Falls
The Woods, Rocky River

Be sure to check out full restaurant menus right here. And as always, reservations are highly encouraged.


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