Area culinary students serving up lunch at Ranger Cafe

Make your reservation and have lunch at the Ranger Café @ West Shore. Beginning Tuesday, Oct. 22, the Ranger Café will be open for lunch on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from noon to 1:30 p.m. The culinary students of the West Shore Career-Tech District are excited to show the public what they are learning every day in the professional kitchen and restaurant of the Ranger Café.

The Ranger Café, located at Lakewood High School, 14100 Franklin Blvd., is operated by the Culinary Arts/ProStart students of West Shore Career-Tech District. Under the guidance of chef instructors Rob McGorray and Devan Sharosky, students learn the nuts and bolts of running a restaurant through their real-world experiences in the café. The students are involved in every aspect of the restaurant from planning the menu, cooking the food, to serving as wait staff and cashiers. This hands-on culinary program is open to 11th- and 12th-grade students in Bay Village, Lakewood, Rocky River and Westlake.

Reservations are a must. Please call 216-529-4165 and select “1” to reserve a table.

The Ranger Café plans to be open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout the school year, but on occasion will be closed for academic reasons. To see the schedule and full menu, visit www.lakewoodcityschools.org, select West Shore Career-Tech under “Schools.”

Lynn Foran

Marketing and Data, West Shore Career-Technical District

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Volume 5, Issue 22, Posted 10:28 AM, 10.29.2013