Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Inn at Turner's Mill, Truffles Close Doors

IN THE NEWS: The Scene's Elaine Cicora reviews Rusty Bucket Corner Tavern (6025 Kruse Drive, Solon) and reports: The Inn at Turner's Mill, an 18-year-old Hudson landmark, closed its doors on Aug 18, while Truffles Pastry Shop, a mainstay in the West Side's historic Edgewater/Clifton neighborhood for almost 25 years, shuttered abruptly on July 31. clevescene.com ... The Plain Dealer's Bill Lubinger reports, "Next month, a former appliance store in Cleveland's Kamm's Corners neighborhood will be resurrected as P.J. McIntyre's Irish Pub. It's the venture of partners Tom Leneghan (of 806 Wine & Martini Bar and the Tree House, both in Tremont) and Patrick Campbell, once a lead in the touring Lord of the Dance troupe." ... Debbi Snook reviews Table 45. cleveland.com ... Free Times' Douglas Trattner reviews Der Braumeister (13046 Lorain Ave.), notes the opening of Wonder Bar (2044 E. 4th St), and reports, "Chef Jonathon Sawyer is entering the Cleveland restaurant scene much earlier than anticipated. The former Parea chef is still planning to open Gastropub in the coming year, but a more immediate opportunity presented itself: Sawyer has partnered with Sam McNulty and will open Bar Cento in early October the space adjoining the Bier Market." freetimes.com

Compiled by Pat Embry, WhereTheLocalsEat.com

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