There’s no better time to be a Cleveland restaurateur than right now. The city is in the midst of a complete overhaul—downtown residential occupancy is at record levels, the city was recently chosen to host the 2016 Republican National Convention and sports fans are welcoming back LeBron James, hoping he can bring the city its long-awaited championship parade. The resurgence cannot come soon enough for Zack Bruell, who planted his roots as a chef and restaurant owner in his ...

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