Progressive Field Food, Gervasi Vineyard Expansion, The Aviator – our 5 Minute Food & Beverage WTAM Chat
CLEVELAND, Ohio – Progressive Field Eats, the expansion of Gervasi Vineyard and the recent opening of The Aviator make our WTAM 5 minute chat about food and drink. Mike Snyder replaced Bill Wills this week.
Baseball Stadium Food: New Dishes at Progressive Field
If you head to Progressive Field, you’ll notice a few changes besides the “Guardians” name. New food items are offered, along with a few other changes to the Carnegie and Ontario ballpark. Here’s our story and photos: About Progressive Field Changes
Expansion of the Gervasi vineyard
The Gervais vineyard is expanding. The Canton Wine Estate — which includes accommodations, a market, and multiple restaurants, wines and spirits — adds four components across 20,000 square feet, including a spa and wine cellar. Here’s what to expect: About Gervasi’s expansion
The Aviator opens its doors and offers a “one-stop shopping” approach to weddings
The owners of The Aviator have renovated the former 100th Bomb Group. They have a restaurant, cool pub, large patio, and event center, with everything within sight of a nearby runway at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. They take a “one stop shop” type approach to weddings. Photos, DJ, cake, bar, reception and more can all be found under one roof: About the Airman – story, photos
Bon appetit and congratulations!
I am on cleveland.comfrom the Life and Culture team and covers topics related to food, beer, wine and sport. If you want to see my stories, here is a directory on cleveland.com. On Air: WTAM-1100’s Bill Wills and I talk food and drink usually at 8:20 a.m. Thursday mornings. Twitter: @mbona30.
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