Why? Weekends!

***A bit of blogkeeping: Congratulation to amy guillaume linderman (Comment #1), randomly-selected winner of a $25 gift certificate to Just-a-Buck! Please check your email for more details.***

It was a busy pre-holiday weekend! On Saturday evening, Matthew and I attended the John Carroll University Cleveland Alumni Chapter‘s Mass and a Meal event. We started with Mass at Holy Rosary church in Little Italy. The church just completed renovations and the over-100-year-old building is looking bright and beautiful.

After Mass, we headed across the street for dinner at Nido Italia. Our delicious coursed meal included breaded eggplant, salad, pasta with marinara sauce, chicken piccata, and cherry gelato.

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The food was delicious, traditional Italian goodness. We enjoyed our dinner with my freshman year roommate, Sonia, and her husband, Chris. I’m so glad we’ve stayed friends all these years and the alumni events give us a great chance to catch up!

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There are some great upcoming alumni events, including the third annual Derby Day Celebration on Saturday, May 2, so stay tuned to the JCU alumni site for more details.

Sunday morning, I got to spend a relaxing morning enjoying brunch with my favorite ladies in our favorite brunch spot: Dante Next Door.

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I ordered the fabulous crab cakes Benedict with a side of the duck fat potatoes. So, so rich and good!

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And while we’ll take any excuse to get together, Sunday’s brunch was all about wishing Kimberly the happiest of birthdays! A leisurely and delicious meal with wonderful friends…what more could a girl ask for?!

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And while that would have been enough to make a fantastic day, we also had an early Easter celebration with Matthew’s family to attend. I always have such a nice time with his side of the family and I love seeing Jeffrey playing with cousins!

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All in all, it was a wonderful weekend! How was yours?

***Disclosure: I am a member of the board of the John Carroll University Cleveland Alumni Chapter. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***

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Why? Five Things this Friday!

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1. Matthew and I attended another fun Playhouse Square Partners event this week: Pub Trivia Night! It was held at Harry Buffalo on East 4th Street and featured fun and challenging trivia, happy hour specials, and tasty appetizers. We teamed up with my friend Anna and her boyfriend Cody and secured a third place win, which got us some Starbucks coffee and gift cards. Coming up on Thursday, April 16 will be a Partners Dine-Around and on Thursday, April 23 will be a Partners Mixology Class. Stay tuned to the Partners website for more details!

2. Speaking of pubs and beer and the like, I met up with my friend Katie for a long overdue catching up session at Granite City Food and Brewery last night. While the catching up was great, the food and the beer were both just OK. I had the Broad Axe stout and the roasted prime rib sandwich and neither were bad, but they weren’t good either. In a town with so many great local breweries putting out inspired beer and food, I don’t think Granite City will be getting a return visit soon.

3. I know I’m way behind the times here, but I finally made the grocery shopping switch to Heinen’s. Not only is the selection of produce, meat, cheese, wine…well, everything…better, the employees are so nice and helpful that shopping there is genuinely a good experience. Why should you hate grocery shopping? I’m so happy I switched, plus it’s always great to support a Cleveland company!

4. Congrats to Chef Jonathon Sawyer on being named a finalist for the 2015 James Beard Award for “Best Chef: Great Lakes Region.” Add on to that Chef Sawyer’s appearance on The Chew this week and it was a big week for one of our favorite chefs!

5. Cleveland was ranked #7 on Time’s list of America’s Best Food Cities! Always great to see Cleveland earn national recognition for our amazing food scene.

***Disclosure: I am a board member of Playhouse Square Partners. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***

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Why? Just-a-Buck Giveaway!

I’ll be the first to admit I’m not a dollar store shopper. But when I heard about Just-a-Buck, I was intrigued. Just-a-Buck stores in Cleveland are operated by Solutions at Work, which helps people with developmental disabilities find employment.

All of the employees at Just-a-Buck, excluding managers, are people with developmental disabilities. Their jobs at Just-a-Buck provide a safe environment to learn retail skills and gain the fulfillment that employment provides.

Plus, every item at Just-a-Buck is really “just a buck.” When you check-out, the employees simply need to count up your items to figure out what you owe.

I headed to the Parma location (there are also stores in Rocky River and South Euclid) to check out the Just-a-Buck holiday section. I was able to stock up on a ton of goodies for my nieces’ Easter baskets.

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Plus I got some adorable little stuffed bunnies for Jeffrey’s friends in music class.

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The seasonal section at Just-a-Buck is a nice, cost-efficient way to pick up party decorations, kids gifts, and more. And the items I found for my nieces included Princess Sofia, Dora the Explorer, and other popular characters.

The Just-a-Buck employees were friendly, efficient, and made the shopping experience a great one! This is more than just a place to pick up affordable merchandise, it’s a way to support those with developmental disabilities finding fulfilling employment.

So, put aside your preconceived dollar store notions, and check out Just-a-Buck. It’s not only shopping, but it’s contributing to Solutions at Work’s positive mission! And to help you do just that, I have a $25 gift certificate to give away to Just-a-Buck.

Here’s how to enter (you can do one, two, three, or all four entries, just leave a separate comment for each):

1. Leave a comment telling me your favorite store to find a bargain.

2. Leave a comment if you like Just-a-Buck and Why CLE? on Facebook, letting me know you like both pages.

3. Follow @JustaBuckNEO and @WhyCLE on Twitter and leave a comment letting me know you’re following both.

3. Tweet the following phrase and leave a comment letting me know you tweeted:

I want to save money and help others at @JustaBuckNEO thanks to SAW, Inc. and @WhyCLE: http://wp.me/p1fb9r-2iY

You can tweet once per day for additional entries, just leave a separate comment each time you tweet.

The giveaway will close on Sunday, March 29 and the winner will be announced the following day. Good luck!

***Disclosure: I was asked by SAW, Inc. to help promote Just-a-Buck. In exchange, I received a $25 gift certificate for myself and a $25 gift certificate to give away. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***

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Why? Weekends!

***A bit of blogkeeping: Congratulations to Joanne (Comment #76), randomly-selected winner of two tickets to Our Lady of the Wayside’s Cleveland’s Finest Hors D’Oeuvre Contest. Please check your email for details. If you didn’t win, you can still purchase tickets online.***

It was a great weekend and the perfect mix of relaxation and busy-ness. On Friday, Mom, Gramps, Jeffrey, and I went to one of our favorite fish fry spots: Ridgewood Inn. A dive bar, for sure, but also one of the tastiest fish fries you’ll find.

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There aren’t many places that can keep 4 generations of customers happy at the same time. I ordered the beer-battered yellow lake perch and substituted potato pierogi instead of french fries. The fish was good, but it’s the pierogi that really steal the show at Ridgewood Inn. Pan-fried and smothered in onions, they are little pillows of Polish happiness. Gramps insists they taste like the ones his mother used to make, so you know they have to be good.

Saturday was a mainly around-the-house kind of day, with a little bit of yoga at Harmony Yoga thrown in the morning. That afternoon, we took Jeffrey up to Great Lakes Mall for his first visit with the Easter Bunny. As Jeffrey is starting to get to the “stranger danger” age, I wasn’t sure how it would go. Luckily, there were no tears and, after a couple minutes, he broke into his signature Jeffrey smile.

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It was a great first visit with his new furry, floppy-eared friend! I was glad we were allowed to take pictures with our own cameras too, so we have the whole progression of settling in and making friends with the bunny.

On Sunday, Matthew and I enjoyed a date afternoon. We started out with seeing “Dirty Dancing” at Playhouse Square.

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We got our tickets through the John Carroll University Cleveland Alumni Chapter. If you’re a local alum, the Chapter offers discounted tickets to various Playhouse Square performances throughout the season. Coming up on Sunday, April 25 is Beauty and the Beast and on Sunday, August 2 is Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella.

I really enjoyed the production of “Dirty Dancing.” It was very true to the movie, in all its cheesy, romantic glory. And you could tell the audience were all fans of the movie, especially given the applause at classic lines like, “I carried a watermelon” and “Nobody puts Baby in a corner.”

After the show, Matthew and I headed across the street for an early dinner at Cibreo.

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I enjoyed the 1921 cocktail, with Prosecco, St. Germain, and local honey, which was sweet without being overly sweet. Matthew and I shared the bruschetta, with wild mushrooms, marsala, and Pecorino.

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Both the taste and the presentation were fantastic! For our entrees, I had the ricotta gnocchi, with duck, brodo, candied carrots, greens, parsnips, and Pecorino. The gnocchi were light and a great compliment to the rich flavor of the duck.

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Matthew had the chestnut ravioli, with leek cream, prosciutto, and cherry gastrique. The pasta dishes at Cibreo are smaller, meant to be part of a coursed meal. With an appetizer and dessert, I think they are the perfect size.

Which brings me to dessert. Matthew had the chocolate panna cotta, with white chocolate shavings and candied orange. I had the classic tiramisu. Both were delicious and great ends to a very tasty meal.

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We’re so lucky to not only have world-class theater in Cleveland, but a thriving neighborhood surrounding it that allows you to make the perfect date afternoon all in one place.

How was your weekend?

***Disclosure: I am a member of the boards of both the John Carroll University Cleveland Alumni Chapter and Playhouse Square Partners. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***

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Why? Destination Cleveland!

***A bit of blogkeeping: Have you entered to win two tickets to Our Lady of the Wayside’s Cleveland’s Finest Hors D’Oeuvre Contest? Check it out! Remember, you can tweet daily for additional entries.***

On Monday, I had the opportunity to attend the Destination Cleveland annual meeting.The meeting talked about the progress made in the travel and tourism industry over the last year, as well as plans for the future.

The theme for the meeting and beyond is “Cleveland. It’s go time.”

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And it certainly is go time for Cleveland. With the Republican National Convention on it’s way and the national spotlight on us, not just for the RNC, but for the Cavs and the many travel articles touting Cleveland as one of the top spots to visit in 2015, Cleveland is no longer simply poised for greatness. We are launched into it.

The meeting kicked off with a panel discussion featuring David Gilbert, President and CEO of Destination Cleveland; Dan Walsh, CEO of Citymark Capital; City of Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson; and Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish.

IMG_2359The focus of the panel was on the impact that the RNC is and will continue to have on Cleveland. Mayor Frank Jackson spoke about the positive attitude that Clevelanders displayed once the convention was announced. “We won,” he said. “We didn’t come in second. We didn’t do a good job. We won.” And that winning is a powerful shot in the arm.

Aside from positive vibes, the RNC will have a major impact on travel, tourism, and infrastructure, not just during the convention, but in the years to come.

This video is a great way to highlight how the city is preparing and the result of the positive energy that Mayor Jackson spoke about.

After the panel discussion came the keynote speaker, Cleveland’s own beloved celebrity chef, Michael Symon.

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Chef Symon spoke about falling in love with Cleveland by visiting places like the West Side Market, at the heart of the city’s urban core. And that, even if you live in the suburbs, supporting Cleveland’s urban center is hugely important. He also talked about never doubting that Cleveland would have a resurgence, because he’s never doubted in the people who make up our city.

If you know Chef Symon at all, though, you know it wasn’t all serious talk and there were plenty of jokes and light moments about what Clevelanders consider rush hour, the proper name for the Indians ballpark (“It’s The Jake, dammit”) and more. Ultimately, Chef Symon encouraged everyone there to be passionate advocates for Cleveland. And there is no better example of that than Chef Symon!

David Gilbert throughout the meeting showed us facts proving how powerful we can be as passionate advocates for Cleveland. There has been tremendous growth in the travel and tourism sector, but not only that, there has been a large uptick in the percentage of Clevelanders who would recommend their hometown as a tourist destination.

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And getting people into Cleveland works. Visitors have positive impressions of the city, want to come back, and 32% of new residents in a community initially visit that place as a tourist.

So, it’s not just about the RNC or any one event, but a continually growing of travel and tourism, seizing of opportunities, and advocating for our city among our own friends and family. Put more simply: Cleveland. It’s go time.

After the meeting, we got a chance to mingle and enjoy some fine food, drink, and music on the floor of Quicken Loans Arena.

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As I took in the entire scene, I was overwhelmed not just by the positive feelings for Cleveland, but by gratitude to be a part of this community of Cleveland advocates. There were attendees at the Destination Cleveland meeting from all of the Cleveland institutions I love and cherish, including Playhouse Square, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Cleveland Metroparks, and so many more. To have been asked to attend, to be considered in even a small way a part of this larger conversation about our amazing city, is truly an honor and something I don’t take for granted.

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I love you, CLE, and I can’t wait to see what’s next!

***Disclosure: I was invited by Destination Cleveland to attend the annual meeting. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***

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Why? Cleveland’s Finest Hors D’Oeuvre Giveaway!

There are few things I like more than a good hors d’oeuvre. It gets the meal off on the right foot, it perhaps satisfies a craving not hit by your entree, and it’s usually communal food with the table, which I always enjoy. There is a definite art to creating the perfect hors d’oeuvre.

On Thursday, April 16, some of our best restaurants will compete for the title of Cleveland’s Finest Hors D’Oeuvre at an event to benefit Our Lady of the Wayside.

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The event is held at The Terrace Club at Progressive Field, with fabulous views of the ballpark to get you in the mood for spring. That’s if you can tear your eyes away from the food! There will be a host of great restaurants competing, including Barrio, Tartine Bistro, Hodge’s, Spice Kitchen and Bar, and the Zack Bruell Restaurant Group. You not only get to taste all the food, but you get to vote for your favorites!

There will also be live music from Nate Jones, complimentary beer and wine tastings from Mill Street Brewery and Tom Gore Vineyards, and plenty of shenanigans from hosts Jen Toohey, Tim Richards, and Desiray Cross from Cleveland’s New 102.

This awesome evening benefits Our Lady of the Wayside, which provides services to children and adults with developmental disabilities in our area.

Tickets are $80 and can be purchased online. Or you can enter to win two tickets right here! Here’s how to enter (you can do one, two, three, or all four entries, just leave a separate comment for each):

1. Leave a comment telling me your current favorite hors d’ouevre in Cleveland and where to find it.

2. Leave one comment if you like Our Lady of the Wayside and Why CLE? on Facebook, letting me know you like both pages.

3. Follow @OurLadyWayside and @WhyCLE on Twitter and leave one comment letting me know you follow both.

4. Tweet the following phrase and leave a comment letting me know you tweeted:

I want to win tickets to Cleveland’s Finest Hors D’Oeuvre Contest from @OurLadyWayside and @WhyCLE: http://wp.me/p1fb9r-2iv

You can tweet once per day for additional entries, just leave a separate comment each time you tweet.

The giveaway will run though Sunday, March 22 at 11:59pm and the winner will be announced the following day. Good luck!

***Disclosure: I was asked by Our Lady of the Wayside to help promote Cleveland’s Finest Hors D’Oeuvre Contest. In exchange, I will receive two complimentary tickets for myself and two tickets to give away. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***

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Why? Jim Alesci’s Place!

***A bit of blogkeeping: Congratulations to Kayla (Comment #5), randomly-selected winner of two tickets to the Cleveland Home & Remodeling Expo. Please check your email for details. If you didn’t win, you can still purchase tickets online and save an extra $1 with promo code CLE15HR.***

Sunday afternoon, I attended one of the tastiest, warmest, most fun Ohio Blogging Association meet-ups we’ve ever had. Jim Alesci’s Place showed off their new Solon location in style, with a ton of delicious food and fabulous hospitality. Alesci’s is a family business that has come down through the generations.

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In fact, this picture that hangs behind the cheese counter is of Jim Alesci’s dad manning the cheese counter at Alesci’s years ago. This family business embraces it’s heritage and all the traditions that go along with it.

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We were greeted with a selection of tasty cheeses, meats, and bruschetta. My favorites were the Drunken Cow and the Taleggio.

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Everything we tasted is available at the market, which has not only high-quality grocery items, but prepared foods, a sandwich bar, beer and wine, and an amazing bakery.

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After our tour, it was time to sit down and taste some of the prepared foods available at the market and through Alesci’s catering. Now, we bloggers can eat, so when I tell you that all of us were overwhelmed by the quantity and quality of what we were served, you know it was something really special.

I’ll highlight just a few of my favorites:

The pancetta pasta salad, with caramelized onions, peas, figs, and gorgonzola had some of the lightest, most delicate pasta I’ve ever tasted.

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The grilled flatbread. I don’t think I can choose between the pancetta and asiago and the portobello mushroom.

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The eggplant parmesan. I thought I didn’t like eggplant. I’ve clearly not been eating the right eggplant.

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The mini chicken pot pie: so unexpected for an Italian market, but so spot-on.

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The desserts. Cannoli, Napolean, tiramisu, cassata cake…I imagine it’s like trying to pick a favorite child.

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Speaking of children, I brought Jeffrey with me for this foodie extravaganza. He tasted a lot of what we had and the Italian beef and Sicilian white pizza topped his savory favorites. The peas from the pasta salad were also the first peas I’ve successfully gotten him to eat.

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But his true favorite was the lemon cookie that Jim Alesci kindly gave him to eat during our tour. As you can see, Jeffrey got my sweet tooth!

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By the time Jeffrey was presented with his “Little Wise Guy” bib, we felt like part of the Alesci family! That’s the great thing about our experience on Sunday: not only did we totally enjoy the food, which was made with such care and quality, but we were welcomed into the Alesci family with open arms. Particularly when a business is so hospitable, not just to me, but to my son, it makes me want to go back. It was a fabulous afternoon, not just as a blogger or a customer, but as a mom. And that’s huge for me.

Check out Alesci’s for a delicious lunch and pick up some items to make your own tasty dinner when you get home. I promise you’ll love the food, but you’ll love how you’re treated even more!

Oh, and in Ohio Blogging Association news, we have two upcoming events:

April 15 at Deagan’s, we’ll be having our own small version of one of the Told storytelling events. More info here.

April 26 at XHIBITION, we’ll be brunching on Jack Flaps and hearing about the latest fashions. More info here.

***Disclosure: I was invited to attend the Ohio Blogging Association meet-up at Jim Alesci’s Place. We received complimentary food and drink, as well as gift cards to Alesci’s and a t-shirt (and Jeffrey got a bib). As always, all opinions are 100% my own (and my interpretation of Jeffrey’s).***

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Why? Weekends!

***A bit of blogkeeping: Have you entered to win two tickets to the Cleveland Home & Remodeling Expo? Today is your last chance, so check it out! Remember, you can tweet daily for additional entries.***

Phew! It was a busy weekend. So much so that part of Sunday’s adventure will have to wait until tomorrow…

On Friday, my Mom and I took Jeffrey for his first trip to The RainForest at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.

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The RainForest is the perfect way to enjoy the Zoo, even before the weather is warm enough for the outdoor portions. Jeffrey’s favorites were the fish and turtles, orangutan, and all the waterfalls.

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The RainForest was definitely a popular spot for families on Friday morning. I can’t wait to head back once the weather is warmer to show Jeffrey everything else the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo has to offer!

Friday evening, we met up with Matthew’s dad for some traditional Lenten fish fry goodness at St. John Vianney. From baked or fried fish to pierogi to mac ‘n cheese to clam chowder, this fish fry has lots of tasty options. And the line was out the door when we got there, so we’re not the only ones who think so! St. John Vianney’s fish fry continues every Friday through Lent and cost is $11 for an all-you-can-eat buffet.

On Saturday morning, my friend Chrissy and I got together for a rejuvenating yoga class at Evolution Yoga, taught by the lovely Alicia.

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I know I’ve raved about Alicia’s classes before, but they really are the perfect mix of relaxation and work-out and I always leave them feeling great! She teaches at Evolution on Mondays at 12:15pm, Tuesdays at 7pm, Fridays at 5:45pm, and Saturdays at 9am. You can check out the schedule and register for classes online.

Needing to refuel after our work-out, Chrissy and I headed to Pacific East for, well, the opposite of a fish fry.

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We both had the two-roll combo, with a choice of two rolls, plus salad and soup for $15.95. It’s a good deal for good sushi!

Sunday, I met up with some fellow Ohio Blogging Association members for one of the tastiest meet-ups we’ve ever had, but you’ll need to come back tomorrow to hear about that!

How was your weekend?

***Disclosure: Matthew and I are members of the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***

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Why? Cleveland Home and Remodeling Expo Giveaway!

As the snow starts to melt and spring makes it’s way to Cleveland, I’m sure there are lots of home improvement projects that are making their way to the top of the to-do list. Which is why the Cleveland Home and Remodeling Expo is coming at just the right time!

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From March 27-29, the Cleveland Convention Center will be filled with exhibitors, celebrity guests such as Jeff Lewis from “Flipping Out” and Chip and Joanna Gaines from HGTV, and more.

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The Arcadia GlassHouse Butterfly Feature and Outdoor Living Oasis both sound beautiful and the perfect steps into spring!

If you have a home improvement project and need a spark of inspiration, check out the Cleveland Home and Remodeling Expo. Tickets are $10 at the door, but you can save $2 per ticket by purchasing online. Use promo code CLE15HR to save an additional $1 on your ticket.

Or, you can enter to win two tickets right here! Here’s how to enter: you can do one, two, three, or all four entries, just leave a separate comment for each.

1. Leave a comment telling me what home improvement project you’re hoping to undertake this spring.

2. Leave a comment if you like Home and Garden Events and Why CLE? on Facebook, letting me know you like both pages.

3. Follow @GreatBigShow and @WhyCLE on Twitter and leave a comment letting me know you’re following both.

4. Tweet the following phrase and leave a comment letting me know you tweeted:

I want to attend the Cleveland Home & Remodeling Expo thanks to @GreatBigShow and @WhyCLE: http://wp.me/p1fb9r-2i3

You can tweet once per day for additional entries, just leave a separate comment each time you tweet.

The giveaway will close on Monday, March 15 at 11:59pm and the winner will be announced the following day. Please note: you are only eligible to win one blogger’s ticket giveaway for this event. Good luck!

***Disclosure: I was asked to help promote the Cleveland Home and Remodeling Expo. In exchange, I will receive two tickets for myself and two tickets to give away. All images courtesy of the Cleveland Home and Remodeling Expo. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***

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Why? Noodlecat!

It had been awhile since I had visited Chef Jonathon Sawyer’s funky ramen restaurant, Noodlecat. On a windy, damp, chilly night, I met up with Kimberly and Nadine to warm up with some steaming bowls of ramen.

We were hoping to take advantage of Noodlecat’s great happy hour deals, including discounted steam buns and drinks and half-portions of ramen. However, happy hour is now limited to the bar only (it used to be available throughout the restaurant) and, as all the seats were taken, we skipped the happy hour and went for the full-priced dinner instead.

It wasn’t a problem, since the prices are still good and we devoured our full portions of ramen! We had to start with some of the creative and tasty steam buns, of course. I had the brisket bun with “hellish” mayo.

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Priced at $3 a piece, the steam buns are a couple bites of delciousness to start off your meal.

For my entree, I chose the Dan Dan Ramen, with spicy garlic oil, roasted peanut, sweet soy, basil & thai szechuan chili. This ramen is typically served without broth, but our server warned me that it was quite spicy and suggested the dashi broth to help tame the spice.

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I also added the poached chicken and a 6-minute egg. The ramen was definitely spicy, but it was a flavorful heat and I enjoyed every last slurp!

Noodlecat has one of the most original concepts in Cleveland restaurants and the unique and tasty twists on ramen will definitely keep us coming back for more. And if you’re lucky enough to snag a bar seat for the happy hour from 3-7pm on weekdays and 11am-1pm on Sundays, even better!

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