The Bottom Line
Editors note:That Place on Bellflower closed in mid-2008; the space has been transformed into L'Abatros Brasserie, a Zack Bruell operation. Look for a review soon. (1-2-09)
- Unique, romantic, carriage house restaurant
- Located within walking distance of many of Clevland's cultural institutions
- Varied, hearty menu
- Romantic, secluded brick patio for summer dining
- Live music on weekends
- Wine list is small, but well-rounded
- That Place on Bellflower
Cleveland, OH 44106
- 216 231-4469
Monday: 11am - 8pm
Tuesday - Thursday: 11am - 930pm
- Friday and Saturday: 11am - 10pm
Sunday: 5pm - 8pm
- Happy Hour: daily 4pm - 7pm
- Wheelchair accessible
- Accepts all major credit cards
Guide Review - That Place on Bellflower
That Place on Bellflower is a uniquely Cleveland restaurant. In business for over 30 years, the cozy eatery combines rustic European charm with a tasty and varied menu. Appetizer highlights include a traditional onion soup gratinee and lightly breaded calamari. Entree favorites feature duckling with an orange sauce, Beef Wellington, and pan-fried Lake Erie walleye. For dessert, diners can choose between a traditional English trifle, chocolate torte, and house-made cheesecake.
That Place on Bellflower is divided into several small, cozy dining rooms, many with wood-burning fireplaces. The restaurant has the feel of an old English hunting lodge (or at least what I think one should feel like). On weekends, the eatery adds live acoustic music for an extra romantic touch.
That Place is a great place to take a date, relax after a day at the museums around University Circle, or host a family special occasion dinner.
That Place in Bellflower $25 gift certificates (valid with a $35 dinner purchase) are available via Restaurants.com. Click here for more information.