CLEVELAND -- Bar Symon has landed at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport!
It's located in Concourse C and the 2,100-square-foot restaurant has a full bar and dining area with seating for 89, according to a news release.
The restaurant's decor, according to the release, is decorated as a celebration of Cleveland’s culinary history with turn-of-the-century photos of the iconic West Side Market, the city’s oldest operating indoor/outdoor market.
In addition, the tabletops and florescent light fixtures in the bar utilize reclaimed wood from a Cleveland area bowling alley.
What can you get there? It features signature items of Chef Symon’s comfort cuisine including Fat Doug, Lola Burger and Potato and Cheese Pierogis, Rosemary Fries, in addition to a selection of craft cocktails and beers, according to the release.
Bar Symon also serves breakfast daily, according to the release.
The restaurant is open from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.
"The new Bar Symon is a welcome addition to the dining scene at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport,” said Robert Kennedy, director of airports CLE, in a news release. “We are excited that guests will have the opportunity to enjoy the authentic flavors that characterize his dishes.”
About Chef Muchael Symon
Chef Michael Symon, co-host of ABC’s “The Chew,” winner of Food Network’s “The Next Iron Chef” and co-author of several cookbooks, owns 20 restaurants throughout the United States, according to the news release.. With United Concessions Group, he operates Bar Symon restaurants in Washington Dulles International Airport and at the AIRMALLs at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and Pittsburgh International Airport.