foodies, unite.

Some upcoming events for my fellow food-enthusiasts:

Taste of Canton 2014

Taste of Canton.   A downtown food festival now in its sixth year, is happening on Wednesday, May 21, and Thursday, May 22, from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Market Square (301 Market Ave. N in downtown Canton).  This incredible spring festival, featuring local flavor and fare, is brought to you by the Canton Development Partnership.  Stark County food enthusiasts will enjoy two days of the best tastes of Stark County, an increased selection of craft beers, more seating, local artists, children’s area and a variety of restaurants and entertainment. Best of all, it is all happening in the beautiful downtown Canton cityscape!

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Sixth Annual Taste of North Canton. Wednesday, May 7th, 5:00-7:30 p.m. at Arrowhead Golf and Banquet Center, 1500 Rogwin Circle NW, North Canton, OH.  Tickets are $15/person or $25/couple. The list of vendors includes: Old Carolina Barbeque, Zoup!, Arrowhead Golf and Banquet Center, Demico’s Pizza, Chop It Salad Co., Grinder’s, Mama Guzzardi’s, Palombo’s, Donato’s Pizza, B.A.M., Aunt Lula’s, Bill & Mary’s, Ermanno’s Pizza, 4 Cookie Divas, Pita Pit, Smoke the Burger Joint, Baja Pizzafish, Beyesly’s, Honey Bee’s Sweet Treats, Main Street Grille, Mary Ann Donuts, Puckers and Hometown Chocolates, and more.

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Downtown Cleveland Restaurant Week. February 21-March 2, 2014. Downtown Cleveland Alliance (DCA) is hosting its seventh annual Downtown Restaurant Week February 21 through March 2, featuring around 50 popular downtown restaurants. Participating restaurants will offer $30 three-course menus for one or two diners as well as a $15 lunch option at select restaurants. Some establishments will offer an option to “play with your food,” allowing diners to build their own meals. For example, Wonder Bar is offering options for diners to create their own salad and crepes dishes. The list of participating restaurants and menus is updated daily on the Restaurant Week website.

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Law, Love, & Chocolate.  Thursday, February 13, 2014, 4:30-7:30pm, Canton Club Events Center. Chocolate lovers unite! The Stark County Bar Association has organized a wonderful event for those addicted to chocolate. The event is also a fundraiser for Arts in Stark, SmArts program. Every entree, appetizer and cocktail will be enhanced with chocolate. Cocoa-dusted sea scallops, pork loin with chocolate-cherry au jus, mole-stuffed hot peppers, imaginative desserts and more. Tickets are $40/person, $70/couple until Feb 4. Then the prices rises to $50/$85. Price includes a glass of champagne upon arrival, all food, and complimentary valet parking. A cash bar will also be available. There will also be a silent auction of artwork celebrating the Courthouse Angels, a wine raffle and more fun surprises! RSVP, learn more and buy tickets at (330) 453-0685.

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Zack Bruell Restaurant Week. January 13-26, 2014.  The holidays may be over… but Zack Bruell is giving Cleveland’s foodies another chance to indulge in amazing cuisine with specially priced menus at each of his fine dining restaurants.  Zack Bruell Restaurant Week features three-course menus at Parallax, Table 45, L’Albatros, Chinato and Cowell & Hubbard for just $33.

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7th Annual Firefighters Chili Challenge.  Friday, January 10th, 2014, 11:00 a.m., Lock 3. Akron firefighters will once again present a challenge to other city departments and businesses to see who can concoct the best chili for Downtown workers. Five dollars buys chili eaters four tickets that can be used for four separate tastes or all four tickets can be used for a bowl of chili. A panel of celebrity judges will decide the best of the bunch, and all entrants will compete for bragging rights with the “People’s Choice” award, voted on by those attending.

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The 66th Annual Italian-American Festival.  Friday, July 12th – Sunday, July 14th, Lock 3, Akron Ohio.  Fun, food, fireworks, music.

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Taste of Akron.  Thursday, July 25th, 6:00-10:00 p.m., Hardesty Park.  The 8th Annual Taste of Akron will be the most delicious event to hit the area all summer!  Get the full flavor of Akron by sampling appetizers, entrees, and desserts from over 20 area restaurants.  Invitations are extended to the areas best ethnic and classic restaurants to offer a genuine “Taste of Akron.”  Food samples are offered for 1, 2, and 3 tickets.  Enjoy great food, live entertainment, and an amateur chef competition.  Free admission, food tickets = $2 each.

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Canton Farmers Market

Canton Farmers’ Market.  Saturday mornings, rain or shine, 8:30 – 11:30 a.m., June 22nd – October 19th. The market has a lot more to offer than just fresh, local produce. There will be live music, local artists, health checks from our sponsor Aultman Health Foundation, face painting, drum circles, organic gardening tips, massages, yoga and cooking demonstrations.

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Taste of Green.  May 25th – 27th, Memorial Day Weekend at Green Town Center.  The Taste of Green is a three-day lifestyle festival produced by Connecting For A Cause and presented by the City of Green.  Taste of Green will feature delectable food from area restaurants, a wine & beer garden, live entertainment, children’s activities and more.  Admission to the Taste of Green is FREE and guests can purchase food and beverages from more than a dozen area restaurants on site.  The Taste of Green is a benefit for the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank, The Green Schools Foundation and the Friends of Green Parks.

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Taste of Canton

Taste of Canton.  Wednesday, May 22nd – Thursday May 23rd, Market Square in Downtown Canton. This incredible spring festival, sponsored by Fishers Foods and featuring local flavor and local fare, is brought to you by the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce and The Repository. Stark County food enthusiasts will enjoy two days of the best tastes of Stark County, along with wine and beer, localartists, children’s area and a variety of restaurants and entertainment. Best of all, it is all happening in the beautiful downtown Canton cityscape! There is no charge to attend Taste of Canton, however all food and beverage must be purchased with designated tickets. The tickets represent $1 and can be purchased in advance at all Fisher Foods locations for presale discounts (available beginning May 1) or the day of the event for face value.

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CVSR Grape Escape

“Grape Escape” Wine Tasting Excursions on the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad.  Monthly, beginning May 11, 7:00-9:00 p.m. with A Taste of Wonderful Whites, departing from the Boston Mills station, 7100 Riverview Road, Peninsula.  Each trip is 2 hours in length and travels through Cuyahoga Valley National Park.  While on board, you will be introduced to 5 different wines, each served with chef-prepared hors d oeuvres. You will learn of each wine’s characteristics such as the body, aroma, bouquet and finish.  Reservations required, tickets: $57-$92.

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Downtown Cleveland Restaurant WeekDowntown Cleveland’s 6th Annual Restaurant Week will take place on February 22nd – March 3rd, 2013 – note, this year’s Restaurant Week will extend through two weekends. Restaurant Week features $30, 3-course dinner menus and $15 lunch specials at select restaurants. $2 parking with voucher after 5pm will be available at select lots. A new special this year, along with the extended time, is Pierogi Power, a new, fun twist to Restaurant Week. Each restaurant is encouraged to include a special menu treat created from a pierogi as they embrace the spirit & history of Cleveland. Make sure to click below to see a list of participating restaurants and call to make a reservation.

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6th Annual Guest Sommelier Night at Bender’s Tavern, benefiting the Stark County Hunger Task Force. Saturday, February 9th, with evening seatings at 6:00, 7:00, and 8:15.  All gratuities for guest sommelier’s expertise will be donated to the Stark County Hunger Task Force. 

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Red & White on THursday Night

16th Annual Red & White on Thursday Night.  Thursday, January 31st, 5:30 – 9:00 p.m., Quaker Station at the Quaker Square Inn. Red & White On Thursday Night is a strolling wine and food event featuring raffles, silent and live auctions and much more to benefit the Arthritis Foundation, Great Lakes Region, Northeastern Ohio.

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Cleveland Beer Week.  Friday, Oct. 19th – Saturday, Oct. 27th, check the calendar on the website for info on events.  The fourth annual CLEVELAND BEER WEEK will take place from October 19-27, 2012, and will feature hundreds of craft beer tastings, dinners, demonstrations, leisure activities, educational programs, and specials at bars, restaurants, and grocers throughout Cuyahoga County. Established in 2009 as the first event of its kind in northeast Ohio, CLEVELAND BEER WEEK is a not-for-profit, collaborative celebration that raises awareness of the strong craft beer industry while promoting patronage at local establishments and energizing the region’s retail economy.

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All You Can Eat Chocolate Night.  Saturday, Sept. 29th (5:30 – 7:00 and 7:15 – 8:45 p.m.) – Sunday, Sept. 30th (1:30 – 3:00 and 3:15 – 4:45 p.m.), Anastasiades Exclusive Chocolates, North Canton.  The night is made up of chocolate sampling, music playing and people mingling.  Tickets $12.

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Downtown Deals Wednesdays.  September 19th – November 21st, after 5:00 p.m. at participating downtown Canton restaurants.  On Wednesdays from Sept. 19 through Nov. 21, the Downtown Special Improvement District will once again be hosting the “Downtown Deals Wednesday” dining promotion. Diners to the participating downtown Canton restaurants will receive one half-priced entrée for each entrée they purchase at regular price. Select downtown restaurants will offer this special discount to diners every Wednesday through Nov. 21. In order to receive the discount, a coupon must be presented at time of purchase. Coupons can be downloaded from www.DowntownCanton.com, or clipped from upcoming issues of The Repository on Wednesdays.

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Vintage Canton, Thursday, September 20th, 4:30 – 9:30 p.m., Central Plaza N, Downtown Canton. Vintage Canton is a sophisticated downtown gathering offering distinctive center city charm alongside live music, locally prepared gourmet food, vibrant art exhibits and, of course, quality wine from area wineries and around the world!  Wineries (to date): The Bluebird Winery at Little Forest Inn, Breitenbach Wine Cellars, Fishers Foods, Gervasi Vineyard and Ravens Glenn Winery, along with selections from distributors, including L.A. Dick, Superior Beverage and Heidelberg Distributing.  Tickets: $25 in advance, $35 at the door.
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Taste of the NFL. Tuesday, Sept. 18th, 5:30 – 9:00 p.m., Pro Football Hall of Fame.  Join us at the brand new Event Center at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton for Taste of the NFL benefiting the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank. Meet Hall of Fame Enshrinees and enjoy tastings from local chefs and wineries while raising awareness and dollars toward the fight to end hunger. Tickets: General Admission – $150, VIP – $250, Young Professional – $100.

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Downtown Akron Restaurant Week.  Sept. 10th – 13th.  Downtown Akron Restaurant Week has been developed by the Downtown Akron Partnership Junior Board to encourage residents of the Akron area to explore the burgeoning dining scene in Downtown Akron. This four-day event provides reasonably priced prix fixe dinner menus at a variety of Downtown restaurants, making it easy and enjoyable to try something new!  Participating restaurants include: 3 Point, Akron City Club, Barley House, Bricco, Brubaker’s, Cilantro, Crave, Davinci’s Pizza, Diamond Deli, House of Hunan, Lockview, Paolo’s.

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14th Annual Taste of the Browns.  Monday, Sept. 10th, 6:00-9:00 p.m., Cleveland Browns Stadium.  Join us for one of Cleveland’s premier parties of the season. Meet and mingle with Cleveland Browns alumni and current players, dine on signature samples from over 25 of Cleveland’s finest restaurants, enjoy live music, and bid on one-of-a-kind auction and raffle items – all for a good cause!  For every dollar donated at the event, the Foodbank can provide enough food for four meals!  Tickets on sale now, $150.

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Cleveland Garlic Festival.  Saturday, Sept. 8th – Sunday, Sept. 9th, Shaker Square.  North Union Farmers’ Market is proud to present the second annual Cleveland Garlic Festival at historic Shaker Square! This grassroots food and music event will support North Union’s mission of championing local foods by connecting certified producers with consumers.  The Cleveland Garlic Festival will be ground zero for “all things garlic” in the Midwest Great Lakes region. Attendees will enjoy garlic-themed food prepared by local chefs including everything from ice cream to oysters, an onsite celebrity chef Grill-Off, live music, cooking demonstrations, wine tastings, taste and grow tents for children, and many more events and activities.

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33rd Annual Cuyahoga Falls Oktoberfest.  Sept. 7th, 8th, and 9th, Riverfront Square.  Free admission, free parking, and free entertainment. Oktoberfest was the first festival ever held on the Front Street Mall (now Riverfront Square). It started a tradition of events that includes Rockin’ on the River, the Irish-American Festival’ the Italian-American Festival, the Rib Roast and other expositions that attract thousands of people to Cuyahoga Falls from Memorial Day until the end of the season.  In the 32 years of its existence, the Cuyahoga Falls Oktoberfest has raised nearly $1M that has been contributed back to the city in various local charities and services including 3 river tour boats for the Cuyahoga River. Each year, the Oktoberfest Committee has given scholarship grants to at least 4 deserving high school seniors for their college education.

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First Friday Clambake. September 7th, 5:30 – midnight, The Canton Club Event Center.

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The 8th Annual Taste of Hudson.  Sunday, Sept 2nd – Monday, Sept 3rd, Historic downtown Hudson.  Savor the flavors from over 20 of the area’s best restaurants and chefs as they prepare scrumptious selections from their in-restaurant menus. While enjoying these culinary delights you can leisurely stroll the many acres of family activities and non-stop entertainment. With eight stages and over 100 live entertainment performances being planned we are certain you will have a great time in Hudson this Labor Day weekend.

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Main Street Festival. Saturday, August 18th – Sunday, August 19th, North Canton square.  The North Canton Chamber of Commerce welcomes you to the 16th Annual Main Street Festival.  (Don’t be fooled by the bad website, this festival is awesome, complete with an amazing Corvette car show, great food, Ryan Humbert, and other live music.  Check out my commentary from last year.  This is a classic All-American summer festival that’s fun for everyone.  Be sure to check the ‘2012 Schedule’ link on the website for the whole scoop!)

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National Hamburger Festival 2012.  Saturday, August 18th – Sunday, August 19th, Lock 3, Akron, Ohio.  I haven’t totally figured this one out yet….it’s called the “National Hamburger Festival”, yet there are a total of 17 restaurants participating (according to the website), many of which are chains and some of which appear to be fair food vendors.  I’m not sure what classifies this as “national,” – except that Max & Erma’s is a multi-state franchise. In any event, it might be worth the trip to see two popular Cleveland food trucks: Hodge Podge and The Nosh Box.  But apart from those and a few other local participants, my suspicion is this is just another Rib White and Blue, but with burgers.

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Pizza Wars.  Thursday, August 16th, 4:00-9:00 p.m., Massillon Recreation Center.  Admission $1, Food Tickets, $3.  Join us as the Massillon area’s top pizza pies go slice for slice to crown the best pizza in town!  Featuring: Kozmo’s Grille, Jay’s Pizza, Gionino’s Pizzeria, Danny Boy’s Italian Eatery, Pizza Hut, Mama Roses, Romeo’s Pizza, and Kraus Pizza.  We’ll have a Judge’s Panel picking their favorites and a People’s Choice award for the best pizza – sample each vendor and cast your vote.  All money raised at the event will go to help support and offset the cost of our Summer youth programs! This program provides financial assistance to underprivileged children in the Massillon City School System for Massillon Recreation Center memberships and programs.

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Taste of Akron.  Thursday, July 26, 6:00-10:00 p.m., Hardesty Park, 1615 W. Market Street, Akron, Ohio.  The 7th Annual Taste of Akron will be the most delicious event to hit the area all summer!  Get the full flavor of Akron by sampling appetizers, entrees, and desserts from over 25 area restaurants.  Invitations are extended to the areas best ethnic and classic restaurants to offer a genuine “Taste of Akron.”  Food samples are offered for 1, 2, and 3 tickets.  Enjoy great food, live entertainment, and an amateur chef competition.  Admission is free.

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Taste of Tremont.  Sunday, July 15, 12:00-8:00 p.m. Over the past nine years the Taste of Tremont has quickly become one of Cleveland’s “must attend” events of the summer. Expect over 20,000 visitors, rain or shine, from all over the region.  This event is FREE to the public.  Beer in the Beer Garden is $5.00 per beer, and water is for sale as well ($2.00.)  You pay each food vendor as you go, but admission is FREE!!!

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Burger Wars 2012.  Thursday, June 7, 4:00-9:00 p.m.  Burger Wars returns!  Which local burger will take ‘Best Burger’ or ‘Peoples’ Choice’?  Proceeds help support summer programs for local children.  Featuring burgers from Firehouse Grille & Pub, Tilted Kilt, Club Legends, The Irish Pub & Grill, Massillon Eagles 190, Vito Corleone Italian Grill.  Admission $1, food tickets $3.

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Canton Food Tours.  First Warehouse District Tour Thursday, May 3rd, 6:00-9:00 p.m. Are you ready to explore the local Canton food scene? Do you have a passion for fresh, fun experiences? Then Canton Food Tours is your ticket to a delectable adventure. We provide a range of walking tours and van tours that showcase the food, the history, and the fun of our great city. Come along, explore, and Savor the City!  Whether you are a local resident who is interested in discovering the best places to eat and retreat, or you are in town for a few days and want to leave no stone unturned, Canton Food Tours is a fun, memorable way to enjoy the tastes, sights and sounds of the Hall of Fame City.

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20th Annual Celebrity Cuisine.  Tuesday, April 17th, 2012, 5:30 – 8:00 p.m.  A gala event to highlight samples of food and beverages of over 40 member restaurants and vendors.  Tickets are $25 per person (includes all samples) and may be purchased at the door of the event, from Tri-County Restaurant Association or Community Harvest, or any participating restaurant or vendor.  A beautifully decorated Canton Memorial Civic Center, Door Prizes, Silent Auction, 50/50 Drawing, Music by The Jack Halkides Orchestra and delicious food and beverages, combine to make this one of the best events of the year.

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Cleveland Independents Restaurant Week.  April 2-14, 2012.  Eat. Drink. Local.

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Dinner In The Dark Hosts Chefs for Chardon Benefit at Amp-150.  Monday, March 19, 2012, 6:30 p.m.  CLEVELAND, OH – Dinner In The Dark, Cleveland’s popular and famous foodie jam session, brings six incredible chefs together each month to indulge their creativity and passion on an impromptu dinner that guests rave about for months. While proceeds always benefit a local charity, this month they will honor the community of Chardon, OH, standing in solidarity with the town after the recent tragedy it suffered. The event will be held on Monday, March 19th, at Amp-150 in Cleveland, from 6:30 till 10:00 p.m. Advance tickets are strongly recommended.

Due to the desire of so many chefs to participate, the format of this month’s dinner has also been changed. Rather than a traditional-style meal by chefs whose identities stay secret until the event night, this dinner will feature tasting tables with plates by over 15 celebrated gourmet food artisans from Cleveland’s most critically-acclaimed restaurants. Chefs include Jonathan Sawyer and Brian Reilly with Greenhouse Tavern/Noodlecat, Chris Hodgson and Adam Bostwick of Hodges, Lincoln Park Bistro’s Cory Hess, Mike Nowak of Market Garden Brewery, and Dinner In The Dark co-founders Jeff Jarrett and Brian Okin, among many others.

For more information on the organization, the event, or for ticket sales, please visit Dinner In The Dark’s website at www.dinnerinthedarkcleveland.com.

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“Flavors of Canton” Cupcake and Pie Contest.  Put your culinary creativity to the test with the Flavors of Canton Cupcake and Pie Contest! Join in the fun by coming up with a unique flavor combination for a cupcake or pie recipe that represents the “flavors” of Canton. The deadline to enter is March 24, and the winning desserts will be featured by Canton Food Tours on an exciting lineup of tours, beginning May 3.

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Downtown Cleveland Restaurant Week.  February 27 – March 4.  See what Downtown Cleveland brings to the table.  Eat, drink and be Cleveland.  Downtown Cleveland’s 5th Annual Restaurant Week will take place from Monday, February 27th through Sunday, March 4th!  Diners can take advantage of amazing deals for both dinner and lunch, at over 40 of Downtown’s finest restaurants.  Restaurant Week features $30, 3-course dinner menus and  $15 lunch specials at select restaurants. $2 parking with voucher after 5pm will be available at select lots.  In addition to the terrific $30 3-course menus, diners can enjoy special drink offerings before, during and after dinner at some of their favorite Downtown restaurants.

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Battle for Battery Park: Battery Park Wine Bar vs. Reddstone.  Monday, February 20, 2012, 7:00-10:00 p.m., Battery Park Wine Bar. Stand-up comedy meets epic chef throwdown in Battle for Battery Park, Cleveland’s first-ever Comedy Food Fight.  Be there when Reddstone and Battery Park Wine Bar go plate-to-plate, and help decide who wins the Amazing Technicolor Spatula (because gold trophies are lame!) and bragging rights as “Best in the ‘Park.” Ramon Rivas of Cleveland’s Chucklefck Comedy Show and NEO Food Tours’ Founder Todd Gauman will emcee this evening of delicious hilarity featuring:

  • Three 3-oz. courses at each restaurant designed specifically for the fight
  • Beverage pairing with every course and NEO Food Tours’ signature “End of the Trail” cocktail.
  • Performances from 2 up-and-coming stand-up comedians.
  • A behind-the-scenes look at Gordon Square’s resurgence as a nationally recognized arts district.
  • Q&A Meet and Greets with Reddstone’s Chef Jeff James, Battery Park Wine Bar’s Chef Dimitris Ragousis, and our panel of local celebrity judges

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“Seafood on the Line” Cooking Class.  December 3, 2011, 12:00-3:00 p.m., Gervasi Vineyard.  The ones that didn’t get away—fresh tasting and dressed up with sensational flavors. Think Crab and Corn Chowder with Bacon and Shiitake Mushrooms or Cornmeal Crusted Trout with Warm Tomato and Tarragon Salsa and more, with chef and food and travel writer Bev Shaffer. Menu: Crab and Corn Chowder with Bacon and Shiitake Mushrooms; Miso Marinated Salmon with Cucumber Daikon Relish; Halibut Steamed with Oranges, Tomatoes and Olives; Cornmeal Crusted Trout with Warm Tomato and Tarragon Salsa.

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Cleveland  Restaurant Week.  November 1-13, 2011.

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Cleveland Beer Week.  The third annual CLEVELAND BEER WEEK will take place from October 14-22, 2011, and will feature hundreds of craft beer tastings, dinners, demonstrations, leisure activities, educational programs, and specials at bars, restaurants, and grocers throughout Cuyahoga County. Established in 2009 as the first event of its kind in northeast Ohio, CLEVELAND BEER WEEK is a not-for-profit, collaborative celebration that raises awareness of the strong craft beer industry while promoting patronage at local establishments and energizing the region’s retail economy.

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Celebrity Guest Bartending at Picciano’s.  Tuesday, October 11, 2011.  Geoff Karcher and Dave Zingery of The Karcher Group are guest bartending to support the Aultman Foundation! You could get a flaming glass of kerosene when you order a martini from these guys, but don’t shortchange them because it’s all for a great-great cause! All tips benefit the Aultman Foundation, an awesome local org that’s improving our community one grant at a time.

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Greek Oktoberfest 2011.  Thursday, October 6 – Sunday, October 9, 2011, St. George Greek Orthodox Church, Massillon, OH.  The eighth annual Greek Oktoberfest is one of this year’s most anticipated cultural festivals in Stark County.  It is an opportunity to reach out and help those most in need in our community. Scheduled for Oct. 6-9, 2011, at the St. George Cultural Center, the Greek Oktoberfest is both a celebration of Greek culture and the parish’s largest fund-raiser.

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Ohio Swiss Festival.  Friday, Sept. 30 – Saturday, Oct. 1, 2011.  Sample award-winning wine and cheese from local artisans throughout the festival in Sugarcreek, Ohio.

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Cleveland’s RIPE! Fest No. 2.  Friday, Sept. 23 – Sunday, Sept. 25, 2011.       Cleveland’s RIPE! Fest is a feast for the senses! A three-day celebration of our region’s thriving local food scene and the edible gardening revolution with live, home-grown, foot-stomping music, unique shopping and an onsite farmers market, all taking place amidst Cleveland Botanical Garden’s 10 acres of beautiful outdoor gardens in their full fall glory.

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Vintage Canton.  Thursday, September 15, 2011.                                                    Vintage Canton is a sophisticated downtown gathering offering distinctive center city charm alongside live music, locally prepared gourmet food, vibrant art exhibits and, of course, quality wine from area wineries and around the world!

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Downtown Akron Restaurant WeekMonday, Sept. 12th – Thursday, Sept. 15th, 2011.

Taste of Hudson Labor Day Weekend, Sunday, Sept. 4th – Monday, Sept. 5th, 2011.

2 thoughts on “foodies, unite.

  1. I would like to invite you to come out and try Phat Daddys Kitchen located at 4363 Rocky River Dr just south of Kamms corners inside the Riverside Pub.As the Chef at Momocho for the last 5-6 years, Chef Jam competition winner 2012 and I truly believe that we will tantalize your taste buds. Please check out the menu and stop by sometime it just might be your newest favorite westside location. http://www.phatdaddykitchen.com

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