Special Post: Dining in Cleveland

Last year while visiting my Aunt and Uncle in Cleveland, I enjoyed this LOVELY Almond Milk Lavender Honey Latte from Luna Bakery in Cleveland Heights! 😀

*NOTE*: None of the restaurants asked me to write this post. I am simply a MindfulPGH Foodie & Yogini (who occasionally visits Cleveland), whole enjoys sharing her foodie adventures with others. Photos taken on an iPhone 7s, and were edited with Instagram!

Last year and this year, I have been lucky enough to visit my Aunt and Uncle in Cleveland! Thus, hear are my Cleveland Foodie adventures!

Yes, I was basic and enjoyed this DELECTABLE Avocado Toast from Luna Bakery! 😀

I also enjoyed this cup of tomato basil soup that came with a side salad and THE most delicious bread!

Moving onto Michael Symon’s first restaurant, Lola Bistro (in downtown Cleveland)! My uncle shared a Beef Pierogi with me! I gotta say, THE best pierogi I’ve EVER had (which is hard for me to admit, being from Pittsburgh)!

Main course from Lola Bistro: Seared Scallops with Cauliflower Florets and root vegetables! One of THE best meals I had last year!

Yes, I did visit the famous Cleveland sign this year!

When we arrived in Cleveland this year, my Mom, Aunt, Uncle and I went to brunch at The Flying Fig (on the West Side of Cleveland)! Here’s what I ordered: Avocado toast with Almond Butter & Greens! Not your typical Avocado toast; so damn good!

Well there you have it, folks! Cleveland is a great foodie town that I really enjoy visiting!

Next up on the blog: Royal Wedding Watch Party/Brunch at the Mansions on Fifth!

-Mindful PGH Foodie

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