The Boiler 65 is Now Open in South Euclid

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PHOTO BY DOUGLAS TRATTNER
  • Photo by Douglas Trattner
The Boiler 65 has opened a second location, this time in South Euclid.

Quietly opening its doors Dec. 21, with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony earlier today, east side steamed seafood lovers no longer have to venture over to Gordon Square for their fix of the Boiler 65.



The seafood-in-a-bag concept took both sides of Cleveland by storm back in 2017, with multiple similarly-themed restaurants opening around that time. As our food editor Douglas Trattner noted back then, "Boiler 65, and others like it, offers diners a wildly fun, social and atypical way to enjoy seafood, but the table looks like a bloody massacre when you're done."

The new location, found at the former Levin Mattress spot on 13957 Cedar Road, offers the same rowdy atmosphere along with Cajun/Asian-spiced shrimp, crab, lobster and crawfish.



And as always, bibs and gloves are included.

The new Boiler 65 is open daily from 3 to 11 p.m. through the week and noon to 11 p.m./10 p.m. on the weekends.

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