Atelltale sign of Zack Bruell's longevity is the fact that three of his restaurants have landed on Esquire's annual list of best new restaurants over a span of 23 years. The first was Z Contemporary Cuisine, which introduced Clevelanders to the concept of upscale casual, way back in 1986. Fast forward to 2007, and his Table 45 in the city's InterContinental Hotel scored a place on the list. Two years after that he won props for L'Albatros, a French brasserie in an area ...
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