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Momocho advertises itself as a “creative, modern Mexican” restaurant. The décor is dark and warm, with candles on all of the tables and paintings of Mexican wrestlers adorning the walls. The menu is equally playful: there are several different kinds of guacamole, from traditional to goat cheese, blue cheese, or even smoked trout guacamole. There are also several styles of taquitos, such as machaca with coffee and braised beef, or tinga with spice grilled chicken. Customers also relish the option to create their own taquito. Entrees include avocado leaf crusted tuna or mushroom quesadillas. Momocho also has a daily happy hour.
Midwestern foodies often mourn the lack of variation in restaurant menus with the change of seasons. They won't be disappointed at Chef Rocco Whalen's Fahrenheit, which has a seasonal menu that incorporates the best meat, fruits, veggies and spices available each season. Patrons are assured of fresh and sumptuous fare. Pizzas, pasta, salads, steak and seafood form the staple menu. The martini bar at Fahrenheit is refreshingly innovative. Private dining space for a party of fifty can be arranged.
Aladdin's offers a variety of healthy Middle Eastern food at cheap prices, which is such an exciting combination that it's no wonder this Cleveland franchise has started branches around the Midwest. Vegetarians will be particularly happy, with several pita sandwiches, salads, and specialty plates, such as the Loubie Plate (green beans, onions, tomatoes and garlic with rice and vermicelli). Other house specialties include hummus chicken and Mediterranean beef kafta. Aladdin's is also known for its smoothies, particularly the Raspberry Sunshine, which has banana, honey, and apple juice.