Der Braumeister Restaurant Reopens With Interior, Exterior Improvements Wednesday, July 22


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Der Braumeister Restaurant (13046 Lorain Ave., 216-671-6220) has been closed to the public for two months, but stayed busy thanks to a catering contract with the Cleveland Clinic to provide food for front-line workers. Following that engagement, management began work on another project, the renovation of the 90-year-old restaurant.

When the restaurant officially reopens on Wednesday, July 22, diners will observe meaningful improvements to the physical space, but also to the menu and draft beer system. Over the past few months, owner Jenn Wirtz updated the flooring, indoor and outdoor furniture, exterior signage and beverage program. There was assistance from the City of Cleveland’s Storefront Renovation Program.

Completing the changes are a new streamlined menu and Covid procedures to best adapt to the times. Reservations are strongly encouraged, but patio and bar seats will be on a first come, first serve basis.

“Our customers and community are like family, and we’ve really missed everyone over the past few months,” Wirtz states. “We worked so hard to get to this place ready, and I’m so excited to open back up, show off our updated space, and get back to doing the work we love.”

Der Braumeister Restaurant reopens for indoor, outdoor and carry-out dining with online ordering on July 22.
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