WEST SIDE MARKET IN CLEVELAND

Chris and I visited Cleveland, Ohio during Easter weekend and a trip to West Side Market is a must when you’re in the neighborhood. I first visited the market back in April and mentioned it in a blog post here. I was thrilled to be back and once again utterly jealous of the people who live within walking distance of all this delicious food. Our goal was to find the perfect dessert to share on Easter Sunday. Bunny macarons took home the blue ribbon! Aside from decadent treats, West Side Market also offers a staggering variety of meats, cheeses, fresh baked breads, and produce. Let me show you around!

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The building that houses West Side Market is simply stunning. I spent half my time staring at the brick ceiling and subway tile walls. This gorgeous building makes it possible to keep the market open year-round.

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Normally I would say never go grocery shopping when you’re hungry but West Side Market has options like fresh crepes and mouthwatering gyros made to order. Have I sparked your interest, yet?

I wanted to show y’all what it was like to walk around the different stalls at West Side Market so I made my first vlog (video + blog = vlog). Look out world, I’m using technology! Let me know what you think and if you’d like to see more videos in the future.

 

Lastly, I’m trying to fix the issues with subscribers not getting emails when a new blog post goes live. Let me know if you’re subscribed but are not getting emails down in the comments. You all mean so much to me and I thank you sincerely for reading.

Until next time,

Carly

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