, a national website that covers restaurants, chefs and food personalities, recently ran an article titled "The Eater Cleveland Heat Map." A regular feature of the publication, the Heat Maps tell readers about "newish locales that have been garnering serious buzz."
For the Cleveland article, Eater's first major heat-check of the 216, the pub asked local food writer (and Fresh Water
managing editor) Douglas Trattner to describe 10 new places that have locals talking, drooling and, of course, eating. Singled out for inclusion are ABC the Tavern, AMP 150, Sweet Moses, Happy
Dog, Dim and Den Sum, Deagan's, Fat Casual BBQ, Cropicana, Washington
Place Bistro, and Market at the Fig.
Accompanying those listings is an interactive map.
In addition to the national version of Eater, the website features city-specific sites devoted to foodie locales such as New York, Chicago, Portland and Seattle. For now, Cleveland will have to fall under the province of Eater National.
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