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Issue Date: October 2008

(New Arrival) Hometown Huddle

Anne Hartman
Warehouse District: Bob Golic’s résumé is anything but bland. The native Clevelander had a six-year run as a Browns defensive tackle and even did a stint on Saved by the Bell: The College Years. Now he’s added restaurateur to the mix with Bob Golic’s Sports Bar & Grille (with 22 TVs, it’s guaranteed you’ll never miss a play). The fare is “trendier than your typical sports bar menu,” says Golic’s operating partner, Pete Bosinger. The lunch menu features staples such as salads, wraps and the flatbread pizzas made famous at Bosinger’s other venture, Corleone’s Ristorante & Bar in Parma. Among Bosinger’s dinner favorites is the peppercorn strip steak — smothered in Gorgonzola dill cream sauce and served up with sides like sweet potato fries — and the Mike and Mike, a New York strip steak and eight-ounce twin lobster tails named after the ESPN program featuring Golic’s brother. 1213 W. Sixth St., Cleveland, (216) 363-1132

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