Alice Cooper Opens Sports/Rock Theme Restaurant In Cleveland

CLEVELAND (AP) - Alice Cooper has brought his sports and rock music theme restaurant to the Rock 'n' Roll City.

The rocker came to Cleveland for the debut of his second Alice Cooper'stown restaurant. He opened his first in his hometown of Phoenix.

The restaurant, which opened on Wednesday, is near Jacobs Field, home of the Cleveland Indians.

It features sports and music memorabilia, including an autographed photo of Muhammad Ali with Elvis Presley, a jersey from Indians Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Feller and a football autographed by Hall of Famer Jim Brown of the Cleveland Browns.

The menu includes "Rock City Chili," a reference to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, and "No More Mr. Nice Pie Pizzas," a play on Cooper's single, "No More Mr. Nice Guy."

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