Cleveland Kitchen, The Treehouse, Hofbrauhaus make our WTAM 5-minute food-drinks chat

CLEVELAND, Ohio – On this week’s 5-minute food and drinks chat with WTAM’s Bill Wills we look at the Treehouse in Tremont marking 25 years. Plus Cleveland Kitchen has landed on a national fastest-growing companies list, and Hofbrauhaus Cleveland has scheduled its two-day Oktoberfest.

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The Treehouse at 25

The Treehouse is marking 25 years in Cleveland’s Tremont neighborhood. It quickly evolved into an anchor for the area, much more than just a corner bar. The place is built on one colorful story after another. We look at its colorful past: About the Treehouse

Cleveland Kitchen lands on fast-growing companies list

Cleveland Kitchen, formerly Cleveland Kraut, has landed on the Inc. 5000′s list of fast-growing private companies in the United States. We talk to one of the owners about the company, how it came to be, and why it has grown so quickly: About Cleveland Kitchen

Hofbrauhaus Cleveland sets 2-day Oktoberfest

Hofbrauhaus Cleveland, the massive beer hall on Chester Avenue downtown, has scheduled its two-day Otkoberfest in September. Plenty of music, kids activities, contests and more: About Oktoberfest at Hofbrauhaus

Bon appetit and cheers!

I am on cleveland.com’s life and culture team and cover food, beer, wine and sports-related topics. If you want to see my stories, here’s a directory on cleveland.com. On the air: Bill Wills of WTAM-1100 and I talk food and drink usually at 8:20 a.m. Thursday morning. And tune in at 7:05 a.m. Wednesdays for “Beer with Bona and Much, Much More” with Munch Bishop on 1350-AM The Gambler. Twitter: @mbona30.

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