SHAKER HEIGHTS, Ohio — Chef Anthony Zappola will lastly reopen The Rice Store in its new house on the Van Aken District this Thursday, Oct. 28.
The eatery, which first opened in Las Vegas and moved to Cleveland’s Ohio Metropolis neighborhood after which to College Heights, affords a curated number of rice bowls together with Kentucky fried fish, steak fried rice and tuna poke. It’ll be situated at 3403 Tuttle Highway, in an area previously occupied by Restore.
The Rice Store just isn’t Zappola’s solely idea at Van Aken District — he additionally runs a French-inspired lunch spot referred to as Le Stand and deli store Lox, Inventory and Brisket on the growth’s Market Corridor. He additionally has an Italian restaurant idea deliberate for Ohio Metropolis, in response to a Might interview with cleveland.com.
You could find extra details about The Rice Store at riceshopcleveland.com.
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