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Top 5 Hidden Restaurants in Cleveland, Ohio: A Guide for Foodies Who Don’t Want to Be Found

Top 5 Hidden Restaurants in Cleveland, Ohio: A Guide for Foodies Who Don’t Want to Be Found

Are you tired of the same old Cleveland restaurants? Do you want to try something a little more off the beaten path? If so, these top 5 hidden restaurants in Cleveland are for you:

  1. Johnny’s Little Bar – This cozy spot in Ohio City serves up delicious pub grub and a great selection of craft beers. Just don’t tell anyone, or it won’t be a secret anymore.
  2. The Black Pig – This upscale gastropub in Tremont serves up creative twists on classic dishes, like bacon-wrapped dates and the famous Black Pig burger. Just be prepared to give up your secrets to get a table.
  3. The Velvet Tango Room – This speakeasy-style bar and restaurant in University Circle is a hidden gem, but they’ll only let you in if you know the secret password (or if you make a really good impression).
  4. The Inn on Coventry – This charming bed and breakfast in Coventry Village has a fantastic restaurant on site, serving up delicious breakfast and lunch dishes. Just don’t tell anyone or they’ll all want to have brunch there on the weekends.
  5. The Flying Fig – This hidden gem in Ohio City serves up delicious, locally-sourced dishes in a cozy atmosphere. Just don’t tell anyone or they’ll all want in on the secret.

If you’re ready to explore the hidden side of Cleveland’s dining scene, these restaurants are definitely worth checking out. Just remember, the more people who know about them, the less hidden they’ll be. So keep it on the down low and enjoy the best food Cleveland has to offer.

Johnny's Little Bar

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