While Cleveland has its share of good quality restaurants. I always patronized establishments where either I am familiar with the food or the atmosphere. I will be stepping out of my comfort zone alot this year in many areas of my life (which is scary). But, one of them will be trying new food by exploring the city of Cleveland looking for new places to dine. Which I am excited about. I am kind of a work horse and this would also be a good opportunity to spend some much needed quality time with family, friends, and a few dates along the way! So as I was discussing this with my friend Kyle, and he mention I should try Cleveland Chop. I knew exactly where he was talking about, because I recall seeing the sign as I passed through Downtown Cleveland. So I figured no time better than the present to go. So here are my thoughts. I’m no expert or a food critic. But I do know what good food and service is. So let’s talk about Cleveland Chop!
I have a confession. I have lived in Cleveland all my life and I have yet to take advantage of the opportunity to learn more about the history of the city. Until now, I recently paid a visit to The Western Reserve Historical Society. Cleveland’s oldest existing culture institution. With their primary focus being the preservation of Northeast Ohio’s history. I wasn’t sure what to expect when I walk through the doors, but
If you don’t know, now you know. I am a die hard Cleveland sports fan. And I mean all sports, if it has the word Clevaland in front of it, I’m supporting them. But right now I’m talking about The Cleveland Browns. If your like me, you can’t wait until the season begins. Especially with the new addition to the organization. Who am I talking about…. Johnny Manziel of course. Looking forward to seeing more action on the field and not in the clubs. Even though it might not be as soon as we would like. With the return of Brain Hoyer who suffered a season ending injury last year after a promising start. I just hope the quarterback debacle is finally over. With key playmakers returning like Joe Haden, Joe Thomas, Billy Winn, Barkevius Mingo, MarQueis Gray and Donte Whitner (a Cleveland native) to name a few. With a new head coach Mike Pettine leading us in new direction and some fabulous facility upgrades. The season is looking very bright. If you want to get a peek at the talents of The Cleveland Browns, training camp starts this Saturday and tickets are going fast and some days are sold out already,click (here) to register and tickets are free. Here is to a winning season and Go Browns!