Two Ohio cities have landed among the 25 best college towns for foodies, according to OpenTable: Columbus ranks 17th, and Cleveland is 18th.
Here’s what OpenTable says about Cleveland’s dining scene, though it is odd Oberlin – 35 miles from downtown – gets lumped into the mix without mention of the many other colleges nearby:
“Case Western Reserve University and Oberlin can tout a city of 47 restaurants that are fit for foodies, including hometown hero Jonathon Sawyer’s The Greenhouse Tavern. At the forefront of the Rust Belt culinary revolution, Greenhouse’s team, helmed by James Beard Award-winning chef Sawyer, charms diners with comforting menus that have a decidedly global flair.”
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Written by Marc Bona.
Originally published August 15, 2019.