Westlake restaurants featured at Mayor Clough's Culinary Bicentennial Ball
If you want to sample some of the best food Westlake has to offer, your wait is over. Mark your calendar for Saturday Nov. 12, for Mayor Clough’s Culinary Bicentennial Ball at La Centre. All proceeds for this charity event are earmarked for the Bicentennial Dedication.
Mayor Dennis Clough has entrusted co-chairs Steve Novak, Jackie Todd and staff to put together a spectacular event that will culminate the yearlong celebration of Westlake’s history.
The distinguished list of establishments are: Aladdin’s Eatery, B-Spot, Brio Tuscan Grill, Cabin Club, Eighty Seven West Wine Bar, Grey House Pies, Houlihan’s, Ironwood Café, La Campagna, Menro’s, Moosehead Saloon, Rae-Ann In-House Bakery, The Rusty Barrel, Savannah Bar and Grill, SB Eighty-One, Si Senor, Spoon Me Frozen Yogurt, Stonehouse Grill, Viva Fernando, and Zoup.
The Avenue, presented by Jerry Bruno Productions, will provide a fresh sound of decades of music for your listening or dancing pleasure.
There will also be a silent auction going on during the evening with a wide range of items such as a basket of gift certificates to other Westlake restaurants.
Master of Ceremonies for the evenings festivities will be Fox 8’s Kenny Krumpton.
The evening will run from 6 p.m. to midnight. Cocktails and light appetizers will be served until 7:30 p.m., then from 7:30-9:30 p.m. the restaurants open their tables and music and dancing continues until midnight.
Ticket are $75 per person, $130 per couple or $650 for a table of 10. Reservations must be made by Friday, Nov. 4. You can go to cityofwestlake.org for ticket purchasing form or by calling Westlake City Hall at 440-871-3300.
Steve Novak lives in Westlake.