‘Unique Eats and Eateries of Cleveland’ authors to hold book signing

Cleveland Entertainment 3 weeks ago

CLEVELAND, Ohio - Authors Fran Golden and David Molyneaux will hold a signing for their book, "Unique Eats and Eateries of Cleveland," 1-3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 1.

The signing is at Barnes and Noble at Great Lakes Mall, 7900 Mentor Ave., Mentor.

The book guides readers on a tour of some of the city’s distinctive places to chow down, from established eateries to newer, popular eateries. Each tightly written chapter offers a glimpse into a particular restaurant.

The authors dive into the city's diverse culinary scene to write about the Slymans and Sokolowskis, restaurateurs Zack Bruell and Michael Symon and many others.

The book (Reedy Press, $20.95) came out this year from Golden and Molyneaux, who are experienced travel writers.

Editor’s note: Bona was a contributing writer for a chapter in the book.

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