I am trying to get some decently priced tickets for an anniversary gift to hubby. if I succeed, we'll make a three day weekend out of it. Is there anything chow worthy other than Primanti's (which does not look appetizing to us) at Heinz or should we consider bringing in pork sandwiches and just buying liquor?
Also, what's the foodie tailgaiting scene like?
Any recs for restaurants (not Italian pastas)? We like small plates, mediterranean, spanish, french, Italian, molecular gastronomy. We like great food, don't mind spending $ but like some atmosphere, not white glove. We have enjoyed chef's menus, tasting menus in Boston, NY, Chicago and eaten quite well in Cleveland too (don't be jealous). I have been searching the net, and I know there is good food there, why is it so hard to find info? We like wood fired neopolitan pizzas too, seafood (like grilled octopus, oyster bars, etc)
We also like visiting markets - with the outdoor one be open in Oct and Nov?
What are some foodie souvenirs I can bring back and treats for coworkers?
Last, any recs for happy hours OR links to info where that can be found?
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