(Cleveland Heights) - Melt Bar and Grilled, which has become of one Cleveland's best-known restaurants, is closing its Cleveland Heights location permanently, after 10 years in business.
A news release said that with the lease on the location at Cedar and South Taylor expiring at the end of the year, along with the uncertainty and challenges of the pandemic, the decision was made to permanently close Melt's Cleveland Heights location. Owner Matt Fish said the location "was received with lots of excitement and enthusiasm."
Melt's Cleveland Heights location was the second to open, after the original location in Lakewood. All other Melt locations in Greater Cleveland, Akron, Canton, Columbus, Dayton, and at Cedar Point, will remain open.
(Photo courtesy Melt Bar and Grilled)
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