CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Slyman’s near downtown Cleveland is reopening, beginning May 4, for takeout orders only.
The Northeast Ohio restaurant staple, known for their overstuffed corned beef sandwiches, began serving to-go orders again on Monday.
The 3106 St. Clair Avenue location closed towards the end of March following the restaurant closures and stay-at-home order directed from Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine.
In addition to selling their iconic sandwiches. Slyman’s also offers corned beef shavings for purchase so customers can make their own at home or include the meat in another recipe.