The Empress Taytu, Cleveland's only Ethiopian restaurant and one of the city's most exotic of any cuisine, features tasty casserole-style dishes designed to eat with spongy bread in a traditional North African setting. The restaurant combines good food, friendly service, and a peek at Abyssinian culture.
A unique experience if you've never been there, and a lot of fun even if you've been there before (It'll be my third time).
As most of you regulars and semi-regulars know I really enjoy the cultural festival season in the summer, but alas they dont occur this time of year so we need a few things to keep the group going til the Greek, Romanian, Ukrainian, Egyptian and Asian Festivals (among others) start up again. This can be a great experience as well, and if you have any ideas like this feel free to email me.
If not, I hope to see you there anyway.