Here Magazine recently published an amazing piece highlighting the diverse food scene in Cleveland, Ohio. The piece, titled, “In Cleveland, Ohio, Global Flavors Spice Up the Food Scene,” featured our hometown’s most loved restaurants of all cuisines.
Described as a new kind of travel magazine, Here Magazine tells compelling, thoughtful, and unique travel stories through the lens of their creative team. We are absolutely honored to have been included in their piece that tells the story of the place we call home.
According to the magazine, Cleveland is home to some of the best global cuisines. Their list of restaurants includes family-owned spots around town that are absolutely loved by locals.
Beloved by locals, Aladdin’s is a group of family-owned restaurants that first opened in Lakewood in 1994. Owned by Lebanese immigrant Fady Chamoun, the menu includes fresh Mediterranean fare like hummus, stuffed grape leaves, and warm baked pita. With plenty of vegetarian, gluten-free, and vegan options, Lebanese food has something for everyone. For a unique bite, try their pita “pizzas” topped with falafel, fresh veggies, or shawarma.Caroline Eubanks, Here Magazine
To read Here Magazine’s full list of beloved restaurants in the Cleveland food scene, click here.
Aladdin’s started in a suburb of Cleveland in 1994. Over the past nearly three decades, we’ve grown both in our city and beyond. Guests can now visit Aladdin’s restaurants in and around Cleveland, Columbus, Akron, Youngstown, and Cincinnatti, as well in Pennsylvania, Indiana, and North Carolina.
Find an Aladdin’s near you by clicking here.