How do you lure restaurant customers to an airport Marriott in a dismal part of town? You hire an executive chef named Ellis Cooley to perform miracles, which is exactly what he's done at AMP150 in Cleveland. Local foodies — most of whom would never be caught dead on this stretch of no-man's land — are now competing for seats with hotel guests to eat Cooley's spot-on modern American fare. If city officials were smart, they'd rename the area Cooleyville and make ...
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