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Located in the celebrated Cleveland Flats, <em>Jim's Steak House</em> was the place to go for people from Cleveland to London and beyond. Thousands of patrons from boat captains to movers and shakers celebrated anniversaries, weddings, birthdays, graduations, special memories, and more at <em>JIM'S</em>. While dining on their favorite choice cuts of beef and famous hash browns, they marveled at giant oar boats easing around the fabled Cuyahoga River’s Collision Bend, the Terminal Tower, and Cleveland skyline.
Adopted into the <em>JIM'S</em> family at an early age, G.L. grew up living in the apartment above<em> JIM'S</em> and witnessed, from the back, top, and front, what some call the “hospitality business.” This is his––often humorous, sometimes poignant, always revealing––story of the clan that was part of Cleveland's restaurant scene for some sixty years.
“Makes you laugh...not like reading a history book about Jim's Steak House but reading about a family and their adventure.” - 4 Stars, Jane Spires bookreporter.com
“An engaging and vivid remembrance of the highs and lows of daily life in ‘the hospitality business’, highly recommended.” - Midwest Book Review www.midwestbookreview.com
bound: 226 pages
publisher: Ebound Canada (March 14, 2017)
isbn: 1772995010, 978-1772995015,
weight: 10.9 ounces (