Nighttown, a restaurant and music venue in Cleveland Heights, will now be operated by the team behind Red The Steakhouse. They will renovate the infrastructure and operate it as Nighttown again, next year.
When Dave’s Supermarket closed its location in Cleveland’s Central neighborhood, the community was left with a major void and the city had its newest food desert; a lack of adequate grocery options in an already underserved part of town.
Eton Chagrin Boulevard said their “comment to evolving and growing together” with Michael Symon Restaurants led to this concept filling “the void in the community for authentic ‘Cleveland’ BBQ and introduce new experiences including a BBQ + Bourbon club environment.”
Mazzone & Sons Bakery was a multi-generational business in the City of Cleveland. Gallucci Italian Foods described the family as an “incredible family that has given greatly to Cleveland’s culinary community, and truly lived the immigrant’s dream of what is to be a successful American.”
Velvet Tango Room, the iconic authentic cocktail bar featuring a Jazz trio in the lounge nightly and pianist in the backroom on weekends, officially reopened its doors on April 5 for the first time in over a year.