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  • Discovering Cleveland’s Restaurants

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    If you are looking for some new places to eat, take a look at some of these great restaurants and pubs that Cleveland has to offer. The Cleveland Magazine dives in deeper, giving us some of their favorites go-to places to eat. Enjoy!

    Lamb Tartine

    At an upscale restaurant, lamb will run you $25 or $30, but Tremont Tap House lets you sample the finer things in life at bar-food prices. Chef Andrew Gorski, who took over Tap House's kitchen about five months ago, keeps costs down on the high-end meat by deboning and breaking down the leg of lamb himself. He roasts it and uses 4 ounces on the new menu's lamb tartine ($14), an open-face sandwich especially popular in Europe. "A sandwich is something you find at every bar," Gorski says. "We're trying to refine some of the food found in a bar." The result is a toasty pumpernickel slice stacked with rich, creamy garlic aioli; vibrant green, peppery watercress; the rare lamb; and a topping of pink, tangy pickled onions. It's a masterful balance of flavors, textures and colors that holds up to fine dining fare. Wash It Down: "Lamb is pretty rich and strong; you need a beer that can stand up to that," says owner Chris Lieb, who recommends a Scotch ale, strong ale or double IPA. 2572 Scranton Road, Cleveland, 216-298-4451, tremonttaphouse.com

     

    'Slo' Boy

    When chef John Bausone began retooling the Beachland Ballroom and Tavern's menu, released in October, he wanted to add a sandwich that would speak to the neighborhood's Slovenian roots. He set out to concoct a traditional Po' Boy by using local sausage from R&D Sausage Co., a shop across the street. He slapped some mustard on it, stuck it in a toasted bun, and stuffed it with Yukon Gold fries and Carolina-style coleslaw. But it was missing something. "In the South, they put barbecue sauce in it," he says. "I tried it with some of my homemade maple barbecue sauce that I mixed with a bit of mustard, and it was great." Dubbed a Slo' Boy ($7), the tasty sweet and spicy sandwich overflows with fries and coleslaw, so it'll really fill you up, too. Wash It Down: To go with this European sausage, Bausone likes the Czech-style Lagunitas Pilsner. 15711 Waterloo Road, Cleveland, 216-383-1124, beachlandballroom.com

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