CLEVELAND, Ohio – One of the many restaurant traditions in Northeast Ohio this time of year is the Tour de Bruell, which will kick off on Memorial Day.



a large building: Restaurants and bars in Ohio will be able to sell alcohol until 10pm, with consumption finished by 11pm nightly under a proposal by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine. DeWine said Thursday afternoon, July 30, 2020 that he is going to ask the Ohio Liquor Board to make the emergency ruling effective Friday night, July 31. Restaurants in the East Flats have made accommodations for the current rules Alley Cat. David Petkiewicz, cleveland.com


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Restaurants and bars in Ohio will be able to sell alcohol until 10pm, with consumption finished by 11pm nightly under a proposal by Ohio Governor Mike DeWine. DeWine said Thursday afternoon, July 30, 2020 that he is going to ask the Ohio Liquor Board to make the emergency ruling effective Friday night, July 31. Restaurants in the East Flats have made accommodations for the current rules Alley Cat. David Petkiewicz, cleveland.com

The tour is open from Monday, May 27, through Monday, Sept. 2 – Labor Day.

Here’s how it works: Diners who purchase an entree at all five participating Zack Bruell restaurants in Cleveland become eligible to win the grand prize – a private four-course dinner for eight at their home prepared by Bruell.

Participants can fill their dining pass throughout the tour and enter for a chance at a VIP wine tasting and dinner at one of the restaurants in September. Ten lucky winners and their guests will receive a multi-course meal and wine pairing at one of Bruell’s restaurants, where one winner will be chosen for the grand prize.

The 2019 tour includes five restaurants:

? Alley Cat Oyster Bar, 1056 Old River Road, in the Flats East Bank.

? L’Albatros Brasserie, 11401 Bellflower Road, in University Circle.

? Parallax, 2179 W. 11th St., in Tremont.

? Cowell & Hubbard, 1305 Euclid Ave., in Playhouse Square.

? Table 45, 9801 Carnegie Ave., at the Intercontinental Hotel.

With each dinner purchase, participants receive a dining stamp. When the pass is completed, it can be turned in at any of the restaurants to be entered into drawings.

Earlybird bonus: Those who finish by Thursday, July 4, will be entered to win a progressive dinner throughout several of Bruell’s restaurants. Five people with completed dining passes will be selected at random for the winner and a guest to enjoy the chauffeur-driven progressive dinner.

Each restaurant on the tour will offer wine and drink specials, with Piper Sonoma and summer cocktails crafted with Cleveland’s own FLOH vodka.

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