A culinary festival showcases artistry of more than 30 restaurants, caterers and specialists presenting their best for a one-day event in downtown Cleveland.
Cleveland Eats tempts the palate from 10 a.m. to midnight Sept. 15 at Mall B atop the Huntington Convention Center.
Organized by the Cuyahoga Community College Hospitality Management Center, Cleveland Eats ensures dishes are not duplicated.
Chef-driven restaurants and establishments include Adega, Bloom Bakery, and Coquette Patisserie. For more participants, visit www.news-herald.com.
Tickets cost $5 each, with children ages 12 and under admitted free. Each dish sells for $5.
Last year about 8,000 people attended the outdoor event.
Also available are cooking demonstrations, music, a marketplace and activities for children.