Crust Pizza Kitchen (216-583-0257, 2258 Professor Ave.) is testing a “soft” open this week, opening daily at 4 pm until owner Mike Griffin and co-owner Megan Griffin have their brand new place running on all cylinders with their new, bigger space, new menu offerings, and new liquor license before returning to regular hours. Welcome back, Crust!
Some of your favorite Tremont bartenders share their favorite summer drink recipes
Everarbor Co. shows off the work they and Tremont community members invested in the garden at the intersection of Sranton Road and Brainard Avenue.
Everarbor Company, Tremont’s outdoor lifestyle company, will lead a community volunteer garden clean up at the intersection of Scranton Road and Brainard Avenue on Sunday, July 23rd. Meet up at Everarbor Co. (2116 Brainard Ave) at 8:00 am and go to the Scranton-Brainard garden as a group, or join at the site to pitch in when you can. For more information, contact Derek Skapes at Everarbor Co., by calling 440.823.7945, or emailing Derek@EverarborCo.com.
The Tremont Farmers’ Market 2017 is open Tuesdays from 4-7 pm in our beautiful Lincoln Park. This report introduces a few of the vendors featured regularly. This TremonsterTV story was produced by Jasmine Conkle, with Lukas Hamlescher reporting.
TremonsterTV reports on the new duck-pin bowling arcade bar coming to Tremont, the Hi & Dry (2221 Professor Ave Avenue), and asks the longtime owner of Tremont’s The South Side restaurant, Sherman Delozier, about his vision for his new Tremont entertainment hot spot on the corner of Professor and Literary.
TremonsterTV reports on Tremont’s shop for handcrafted furniture, Furniture Makers (767 Starkweather Ave, 216.298.4114), and how P.D. White and Alex Sutula custom-crafted a Lincoln Park tree (downed in super-storm Sandy, 2012) into a dining room table for a Tremont resident couple.
Khadija Smith reports on the new Dave’s Market Ohio City building and offerings.
Around 3:40 am on Tuesday morning, Tremont Food Mart was robbed by an ATM Smash-and-Grab crew of between eight and ten members. Longtime owner, Yousef Khanfar (right), is pictured shortly after Cleveland Police left the scene. Continue reading