CLEVELAND, Ohio – Black Door Tavern, Edwins Leadership and Restaurant Institute and Donniella Winchell all make our 5-minute food and drinks chat with WTAM’s Bill Wills.
Black Door Tavern sets opening
Gene Sigel owns Red Eagle Distillery and South River Vineyard. Now – on the same property in Geneva – he is adding Black Door Tavern. The three establishments are within walking distance of each other on the same “campus,” where patrons can enjoy wine, food, drinks – and a bit of history: About Black Door Tavern
New York Times includes Edwins on national list
Edwins Leadership and Restaurant Institute garners a huge hat tip from the New York Times. The publication included Brandon Chrostowski’s Shaker Square restaurant on its list of “52 places for a changed world.” Only 13 of the locations are in the United States, with Edwins being Ohio’s sole entry: About the Times’ ‘changed world’ travel list
Ohio wine advocate Donniella Winchell honored
Northeast Ohio-based Donniella Winchell, executive director of the Ohio Wine Producers Association, has been included in Wine Industry Advisor’s list of most inspiring people. The list honors folks from across the country for their commitment and advocacy to the wine industry: About Wine Industry Advisor’s list and Donniella Winchell
Bon appetit and cheers!
I am on cleveland.com’s life and culture team and cover food, beer, wine and sports-related topics. If you want to see my stories, here’s a directory on cleveland.com. On the air: Bill Wills of WTAM-1100 and I talk food and drink usually at 8:20 a.m. Thursday morning. Twitter: @mbona30.
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