Cleveland-Heath

What to call Cleveland-Heath? Upscale traditional American? Haute bar food? How about one of the best new additions to the metro area’s food scene, well worth a trip to Edwardsville. The food is stellar, from the best cheddar biscuits you’ve ever had to a pork “porterhouse” as juicy and flavorful as a dry-aged steak. Oh, and the steak (served with potatoes roasted tender and then deep-fried crisp and deep-fried Brussels sprouts, to boot) is pretty sweet, too. Don’t let the unpretentious vibe fool you: Like the food, the service and attention to detail are topnotch.

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