“Unique Eats and Eateries of Cleveland” takes readers on a tour of the city’s most interesting and unique places to eat, explores Cleveland’s culinary community and tells stories of the people behind the city’s strong reputation.
The book, released on May 1, is written by Fran Golden and David G. Molyneaux. Golden is an award-winning travel writer whose work appears regularly in Conde Nast Traveler, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, the Los Angeles Times and USA Today. She is co-author of many books, including “Frommer’s EasyGuide to Alaskan Cruises and Ports of Call.” Molyneaux, a former travel editor for The Plain Dealer, is an award-winning writer and editor who produces content for the Miami Herald and TravelMavenBlog. He is also a member of the Cleveland Journalism Hall of Fame, instituted by the Press Club of Cleveland.
Future book signings include June 12, June 25, July 17 and July 22 at community libraries in the Cleveland-area.
The book, published by Reedy Press, costs $20.95 and is 208 pages. It is part of a larger “Unique Eats and Eateries” series.