Posts Tagged ‘greenhouse tavern’

Breakfast with Josh Ozersky

September 13th, 2011    •  by Bethia    •   2 Comments »

Josh Ozersky is a meat man. Not meat and potatoes, just meat. The kind of guy that ‘meat lovers’ pizzas were invented for. But pizza isn’t Josh’s thing. Burgers are. He’s the author of The Hamburger: a History  and he was in town for a burger demo at the Best of Fall home show. I asked him if he ever got sick of burgers. The answer was a categorical ‘no’. As proof, he confessed that even though he knew that he was going to dinner at The Greenhouse Tavern the previous night for a meat-tastic feast, he still stopped at […]

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Cleveland Weekend

November 19th, 2009    •  by Bethia    •   3 Comments »

A trip to the Fabulous Food Show was the perfect excuse to spend the rest of the weekend exploring Cleveland. Our last visit following in the steps of Anthony Bourdain was a lot of fun, but only scratched the surface so I was excited to see and taste more. We were lucky with both trips: sunny weather, good friends and lots of great food. Cleveland is a wonderful destination for food lovers with lots of Slow Food friendly restaurants, a wealth of ethnic eateries and interesting neighborhoods to explore while you work up an appetite for another meal. Cleveland is […]

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