Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Go to Hungry Mother

When Rachel Miller Munzer and Alon Munzer ran Rachel's Kitchen in Bay Village, they turned the postage stamp-size sandwich shop into a cornerstone of the neighborhood. They did it by serving great sandwiches, of course, but also by making everyone feel at home. If you'd been there once, they knew your face. Twice, they knew your order.

Now they've partnered with chef Barry Maiden and former Sel de la Terre manager John Kessen to open Hungry Mother, a not-quite-as-small marvel of a restaurant that expertly brings together Southern dishes and French technique.

Today is a slow news day, as you can see. Instead of commenting on this story, I'm going to talk about how the Grand March is, for the first time in five years, indoors. Hooray.

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