West Side Market Cleveland – 5 spots to get lunch there
The West Side Market is a must-visit Cleveland
destination. It’s been around for over a
hundred years. Let’s take a look at 5 great
lunch spots. Frank’s Bratwurst has been
here for 3 generations. They make Bratwurst
sandwiches with a family recipe. A big favorite
is the Cleveland-style, which is topped with
horseradish, ball-park mustard and sauerkraut.
If you’ve never tried a pizza bagel, this
is a unique lunch. It’s been a West Side
Market tradition for 30 years. The pepperoni
rolls are popular for good reason. These are
made fresh daily. And you can have grain-free
dough. Kim Se Cambodian brought Asian cuisine
to the West Side Market. From their egg rolls
to stuffed chicken wings, shrimp or chicken
pad thai. They also have vegetarian spring
rolls. And my favorite, their bubble tea.
Always a hit for lunch time visitors.
Let’s go to Steve’s Gyros. This stand
is so popular that it consistently sells out.
It’s been on the Food Network, Man vs. Food
and others They’re not afraid to give you
a bunch of meat in each gyro. Maha’s Falafel
has been a staple here since the 80’s. They
do shawarmas, Philies and gyros too. They’ve
also been featured with Rachel Ray. When I
filming this, a gentleman from out of town
was ordering, and he said he stops here every
single time he’s in Cleveland. That’s the
type of following they have. There’s so
much at the West Side Market. From pierogis
to paczkis, crepes to coffee. I’d love to
hear about your favorite lunch spots here
at the market. Leave a comment below.