Stark Enterprises introduces a delicious new event around Northeast Ohio

August 13, 2018

Cleveland, Ohio — Stark Enterprises is pleased to announce our first portfolio wide restaurant week throughout Northeast Ohio beginning Monday, September 3–Sunday, September 9, 2018.

Over 40 restaurants will participate within several properties owned by Stark Enterprises in Northeast Ohio offering different options and menus to choose from to fit everyone’s tastes and preferences. Each participating restaurant, depending on their menu and type of eatery, will be offering meals for $10, $20 or $30 meals compiled from their menu. This entire week celebrates the food scenes at various properties managed by Stark Enterprises’, encouraging a memorable dining experience to someone new as well as those returning.

“We are thrilled to host such a large restaurant week across our vast portfolio here in Cleveland,” said Ezra Stark, Chief Operating Officer of Stark Enterprises. “We invite all to try and enjoy a new restaurant around Cleveland and see what our fantastic food scene has to offer!”

Crocker Park in Westlake, Eton Chagrin Boulevard in Woodmere, Portage Crossing in Cuyahoga Falls, and The Strip in Canton are just a few of the properties included in Stark Enterprises’ Restaurant Week. For an entire list of restaurants and locations participating and to look at their menus (coming mid August), visit our event page.

View full press release here.

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Stark Enterprises is headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio is a full service real estate development company with the highest level of expertise in acquisition, development, leasing, property management, construction, architectural design, landscape architecture, marketing and security. Currently, Stark Enterprises owns over 30 properties spanning in seven states, including Crocker Park in Westlake, Ohio, Solstice in Los Angeles, California, The Icon in Downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and the Beacon currently being developed at 515 Euclid Avenue in Cleveland, Ohio and continually growing.