CLEVELAND — Cleveland's Ohio City Galley celebrated its one-year anniversary in the fall as one of the city's most unique food options.
The food court-style spot houses four local food concepts aiming to build a loyal customer base on a one-year lease. The original lineup featured Tinman, Sauce the City, Poca and Rice Shop Cleveland.
Now, two eateries have departed the galley to make way for two new concepts. Rice Shop Cleveland left in mid-August and Poca packed up in the weeks that followed.
Pie, a "Rust Belt style" pizza company, and Grains and Greens, a grain bowl and salad spot, are ready for business, the galley announced in a news release last week. The galley also says Tinman will remain "through early next year" while Sauce the City has renewed its lease for another year, according to the release.
Both of the new concepts come from Brett Sawyer and Vince Thomascik, executive chefs and partners at Cleveland restaurants Good Company and The Plum.
Pie's menu will feature 10-inch pizzas and sandwiches featuring signature toppings such as brisket, mortadella and chorizo.
Grains and Greens will focus on healthier options, including a lineup of classic salads and grain bowls filled with quinoa, barley, rice and more.
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