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Reconsider the nightcap

Do you sometimes rely on a glass of wine at night to help you relax and fall asleep? The National Sleep Foundation estimates that 20 percent of Americans use alcohol to help them fall asleep. Studies show that alcohol does allow healthy people to fall asleep quicker and sleep more deeply for a while. “Alcohol may make it easier to fall...

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Acclaim Renovations & Design can transform your space in the work-from-home era

In the spirit of New Year’s, I recently sat down with Bob Gallese, founder of Acclaim Renovations & Design, and asked him for a look back on the past year, and peek into his crystal ball for 2021. “The pandemic forced us all to stare at our own four walls for a good long time,” he says. “And that meant renovating your home became a top...

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Dive into high-end dishes with exotic ingredients

Ripped from the pages of Bon Appetit or Saveur magazines, Shinto Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar is kicking off the new year by introducing Omakase Dining—an exotic adventure to put on your bucket list. This ancient form of Japanese dining puts guests in the chef’s expert hands, letting him create seasonal dishes for them with high-end...

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All about the food

There is no denying the fact that it’s been a hard year for local businesses, especially restaurants. Although Amici Restaurant & Bar has adapted by offering more carryout meals, owner Heather Sayed is hoping the dining scene gets back to normal in 2021. “We are looking forward to having a restaurant full of guests again and hosting...

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The nostalgic interior of Danny Boys in Broadview Heights provides the comfort we’re craving and the homemade foods we can’t get enough of

It’s pretty safe to say that 2020 will not go down in history as a golden age for the restaurant industry. And yet, the management at Danny Boys restaurants, with locations throughout Cleveland, has one word to say about how they are feeling: lucky. “While most places have suffered through the pandemic, we’ve held our own,” says...

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