Co-Owner Jon Oberman discusses the changes in decor, menu, and beer selection that have attracted the attention of Tremonsters and visitors of A Christmas Story House & Museum, alike. This TremonsterTV story was produced by Ashley Burns, with Anna Oprisch reporting.
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Jim Santiago held a $10 Puerto Rican dinner fundraiser after 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 7. His daughter is going to Europe, so this entrepreneurial Tremonster rolled up his sleeves and threw a Puerto Rican cookout party for his neighbors in the W 14th Street & Bhurer Avenue area in support of the trip.
Santiago charged $10 per person for a share of two large outdoor grills worth of his “West Side Barbeque,” which attracted many customers with an irresistible aroma that filled the streets of Tremont’s lower east side after 2:00 p.m. on Sunday.
If you missed it, don’t worry — Santiago has another $10/Puerto Rican dinner fundraiser planned for after 2:00 p.m. on June 14, in his yard at 1328 Buhrer Avenue. Continue reading
Notes on Attractions in Tremont Leading Up to Christmas and the New Year by Jessie Schoonover This year I came across several enriching events celebrating Christmas in Tremont. At 3 p.m. on Dec. 15 the Cleveland Philharmonic Orchestra performed at the Zion United Church of Christ at 2716 W. 14th St.…