If you were born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio then you already know that, hey, we've got some pretty good food around here!


Did you know there are certain foods that have become a part of the Juneteenth tradition? Historically, the color red has symbolized the blood, soil and prosperity of Africa and its people; this symbolism has carried over into the meals we eat on this special day.

Sam Sylk’s Chicken and Fish has three $5 Meals that will make you holla! * Breast, Fries & Pop * 3PC Dark, Fries & POP * 2 Sylk Fillets, Fries, Coleslaw and Roll Stop in today at any location for dinner and/or lunch & let’em know – Sam Sylk @samsylk sent you 😉 Click HERE […]

NEW YORK — Most Americans have had pizza for breakfast at least once, however new research suggests eating pizza as your first meal of the day is healthier than eating cereal. According to Cosmopolitan, a study conducted by New York-based nutritionist Chelsey Amer revealed the majority of breakfast cereals, even the “healthy” ones, are packed with […]

A new challenge among teenagers is going viral, rivaling last year’s Tide pod epidemic in stupidity. The Arizona Republic reports the “shell on” challenge to be the latest craze among Snapchat users. Kids simply dare their friends to eat food, but the catch is the packaging (or shell) has to stay on while they munch it. The word “shell” is used very loesely, as apple cores, banana […]

ST. LOUIS – Vlasic has a new treat coming for pickle lovers. You may have tried pickle-flavored chips before, but now you can enjoy the crispy pickle snack without the extra carbs. Vlasic is releasing pickle chips made from actual pickles, the crispy wafers are thinly sliced and vacuum fried. They said the salty snack is virtually carb […]

Go Tribe!   If you’re heading downtown to the corner of Carnegie and Ontario for Monday’s home opener, make a stop at Chick-fil-A beforehand. Participating Chick-fil-A locations across Cleveland, Akron and Canton will give customers wearing Cleveland Indians gear a free chicken sandwich on Monday. The promotion runs from 10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.   […]

Cleveland Eats—a food festival showcasing Cleveland’s culinary creations— is a thing of the past. The local chef-driven festival showcased the city’s food scene. Organizers confirmed through a Facebook post that the festival, which has been going on for two years, is canceled. In the post, organizers said, “Thank you for your continued support of the […]

via News5: Participants of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) will receive partial benefits early this month, according to a news release. Benefits are being partially issued to ensure that participants do not go more than 40 days between benefits due to last month’s government shutdown. The news release states that participants will receive half […]

If you love wings than this is for you! Buffalo Wild Wings says they will give out free wings if the big game goes into overtime. According to Delish.com, B dub’s says that on Super Bowl Sunday last year, they served up an astounding 14 million traditional and boneless wings to customers, and this year they’re […]

As if the guy who started a wildfire during a gender reveal wasn’t enough, now gender reveal lasagnas are a thing. On Wednesday, the New Jersey-based eatery Villa Italian Kitchen launched this new, absolutely absurd way of revealing the sex of a baby during a gender reveal party. The lasagnas go for $140 a pop, with the surprise […]

A crucial component of the raw joy of ravenously consuming a sack of grease-drenched, deep-fried potatoes is that math isn’t involved with this pastime at all. At least, not traditionally. One Harvard professor, however, feels that should change. Back in November, epidemiology and nutrition professor Eric Rimm of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health referred to the […]