Latino Restaurant Week Offers a Tasty Way to Support Latino-Owned Businesses in Cleveland

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Half Moon Bakery is participating in Latino Restaurant Week. - PHOTO BY EMANUEL WALLACE
  • Photo by Emanuel Wallace
  • Half Moon Bakery is participating in Latino Restaurant Week.

The Northeast Ohio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce launched the 1st Annual Latino Restaurant Week in 2017 as a way to support and promote local Latino restaurant owners. This year's event runs from Oct. 3 to Oct. 9 as part of the Hispanic Heritage Month celebration.

As with most "restaurant weeks," this one offers guests of participating restaurant special deals, dishes and pricing. Below is a list of some of the places taking part. Call or visit this week.



Twisted Taino Frappe Bar & Grill – 5633 Pearl Road Parma, (216) 939-5444

Antojitos y Pupuseria Guanaquitas – 2998 W. 25th Street Cleveland, (216) 862-1082



Half Moon Bakery – 3460 W. 25th Street Cleveland, (216) 772-2499

Blue Habanero – 6416 Detroit Avenue Cleveland, (216) 465-1818 & 8934 Brecksville Road, Brecksville, (440) 630-9499

The Campus Grille Latin – 10 Seminary Street Berea, (440) 243-4229

Empanadas Latin Street Food – 5543 Ridge Road, Parma, (440) 340-5618

Barroco – 12906 Madison Avenue, Lakewood (216) 221-8127, 287 Crocker Park Blvd (440) 641-1283, Westlake, 3941 Erie Street 2nd Level, Willoughby (440) 527-8125

Hola Tacos – 12102 Madison Avenue, Lakewood (216) 801-4666, 12718 Larchmere Blvd, Cleveland (216) 938-9301, 3941 Erie Street 1st Level, Willoughby (440) 527-8101

Sabor Miami Cafe – 4848 Broadview Road, Cleveland, (440) 714-0202

Nuevo Acapulco Mexican Restaurant – 21750 Lorain Road, Fairview Park, (440) 734-3100

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