28611 Euclid Ave.
Wickliffe, OH 44092
Phone: (440) 944-4030
Fax: (440) 944-6681
28611 Euclid Ave., Wickliffe, OH, US, 44092
- Phone: (440) 944-4030
- Fax: (440) 944-6681
Bars & Cafes
The Captain's Club is a sports bar and restaurant located right next to Classic Stadium, home of the Class-A Cleveland Indians farm club, the Lake County Captains. Its menu has a wide variety of American food, including appetizers, soups, salads, sandwiches, entrées, pizza, and sides. Entrées include Fish & Chips, Sesame Chicken, and a 12-ounce Strip Steak. Vegetarians won't have many options on the menu directly, but do have pizza options, the Captain's House Salad, or a variety of appetizers and sides. The Captain's Club also has a full bar with several drink specials, which is open until 2a nightly. - Marjorie Jensen
It's always nice to find an inexpensive Indian lunch buffet. The Maharaja Madras Café offers just that, with a variety of food from the north and south of the Indian sub-continent. It's also conveniently located across from the Richmond Mall. Vegetarians should be particularly happy with the selection, and chefs are willing to accommodate vegans. Omnivores should be sure to sample their butter chicken or a variety of lamb dishes. There is a full bar and Indian beers for an authentic experience, while takeout and delivery are also options. - Marjorie Jensen
North Collinwood's Grovewood Tavern and Wine Bar sounds and looks much less ambitious than it is. Behind its unassuming exterior is an upscale restaurant with a creative menu drawing inspiration from all over the world. Entrées include Japanese-style yakitori—barbecued meat over sesame noodles—Moroccan mahi-mahi, meat-lovers lasagna, or shrimp & steak. Vegetarians can partake in fresh-made portobello ravioli or a mini brie salad. The "Wine" part of the Grovewood's title is also taken seriously, with over a hundred different wines to choose from. The Grovewood also has special wine, beer, or spirits dinners, which combine the tastes of beers and wines for a flat fee. - Marjorie Jensen
The Waterloo Café has aimed itself directly at the goal of being the Waterloo District's "local café." It offers locally-grown food, both a coffee and an alcohol bar, live music and entertainment, and even a book club, as well as alliances with the burgeoning local arts scene. Its food menu changes daily according to whatever is locally available. They do offer a consistent Breakfast Burrito with eggs and cheese, and hummus and bacon as additions. Likewise, a hummus plate and a pita melt with cream cheese, olive, tomato and cheddar are there for the purchase. The Waterloo Cafe also has an extensive selection of beers, including Stella Artois, Great Lakes, and Bellhaven on tap. - Marjorie Jensen
Melt Bar & Grilled in Lakewood initially looks like a corner bar, but inside is a unique, diverse beer bar and grilled cheese sandwich restaurant. The beer list includes twenty different drafts on tap as well as weekly specials. Melt even includes a beer guide to describe which beers go with which foods. The menu comes printed on old LPs, and includes a wide variety of grilled cheese sandwiches, burgers, and salads. Some of the featured grilled cheese sandwiches include chorizo and potato, the tuna melt with ginger wasabi, and the grilled peanut butter with banana.
This café is one of several Phoenix Coffee locations in the Cleveland area. Their beans are roasted in the brewery on St. Clair. The Coventry menu features classic coffee drinks like espresso, café mocha and café au lait. Their specialties include Speedball, like a café mocha, but with two types of chocolate and two forms of coffee; Stuporball, which is like Speedball, but with extra espresso; and Milky Way: chocolate, caramel, and espresso. To accompany these tasty beverages, Phoenix Café offers locally-made scones, biscotti, bagels and muffins as well as other baked goods, including vegan snacks. Patrons can also try coffee milkshakes or bubble tea, with or without tapioca "bubbles." This venue also offers free wireless internet and has been known to host evens like an open mic series and pumpkin carving parties. - Marjorie Jensen
Bodega Coventry is a restaurant and lounge with a goal to give epicurean delight to those visiting Coventry in Cleveland Heights. Specializing in Continental and Moroccan cuisines, this unique restaurant serves tapas, small plates and entrees that is suitable for many palates and budget. The menu is diverse, so allow your taste buds to explore and relish the delicacies. Their lounge and bar has a capacious list of more than 100 lists of wine and beer, more than 200 list of martinis, an expansive bar for you to choose and get a new favored drink. Regular live music and weekly offerings, keeps the regulars coming back for more such as ladies night with free manicures and drink specials, happy hours and 50 percent off tapas nights and much more fun events. Indulge your senses in Bodega for its eclectic food, music and fine drinks. Cheers!
Literally translating to “the wine cellar,” La Cave du Vin is a wine connoisseur's paradise. This wine store and bar houses an extensive collection and boasts of some of the rarest varieties available. In addition, it features a vast array of beers and ales, with bar fare to match. The dim lighting, dark wood furniture and rustic decor make for an austere yet charming ambiance.
The dingy yet vibrant interior of the Grog Shop has been mesmerizing visitors for a number of years. No music lover in Cleveland leaves without a visit here. Come here to catch live music acts by various upcoming pop and rock bands. Chill out with a drink in the lounge or at the bar, and have a look at the photo-covered walls. Dropped in on a day when there's no event? Don’t worry, the jukebox will keep you occupied.
The B-Side Liquor Lounge is located at the top of one of Cleveland's premier cultural centers, the Coventry Village. With minimalistic furnishing, black bricked walls and pink candles illuminating the room, the ambiance is very appealing. The long green bar table where the bartenders mix crazy drinks is eye-catching. The music here mainly consists of soul, house, mashed up hip-hop or even Indie dance rock, depending on the night you visit. All in all, B-Side is the perfect place to unwind, meet cool people and listen to music you only wish you heard in other spots too. They have weekly events here and also rent out the place for parties.
This venue was founded in 1979 and has expanded to become the Southwestern Food Club. In warm weather, their patio offers the most enticing seats. They are very accommodating to vegetarian patrons. The menu includes Lobster Enchiladas, Mezcal Chicken, and Mushroom-Goat Cheese Quesadilla. They also feature tequila tastings and margarita specials on Tuesdays and Thursdays. - Marjorie Jensen
Anthony's of Little Italy is most famous for its award-winning authentic gelato. Gelato is Italian-style ice cream; gelato is similar to sorbet, made without eggs, generally denser, and melts faster than most American ice creams. In addition to the desserts, Anthony's also offers a range of Italian plates. Perhaps the most experimental item on the menu is the kiwi mango chicken, but those aiming for something more traditional can pick eggplant parmesan or veal marsala. Pasta dishes include alfredo pasta or portobello mushroom ravioli scallopini with veal demi-glaze. Anthony's also has an extensive wine list as well as occasional wine tastings. - Marjorie Jensen