Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Carnegie Kitchen

Last week brought a couple of new dining finds to me. The first, was a lunch meeting at Carnegie Kitchen in downtown Cleveland. Located just up the street a bit from Progressive Field, they offer their own parking lot and easy access to this breakfast/lunch spot.
The lunch menu offers soups, salads, wraps, sandwiches, a few other small plate items, and omelets all day long. After a little poking around online, I saw a review that said the Tuna Salad Wrap with olives, lettuce, tomato, and feta cheese ($7.25) was tasty. Dining Deals Alert! 
This picture only shows a half portion, and it doesn't do the size of the wrap justice. It was easy to manage and didn't fall apart, and provided me with two meals. Everything tasted fresh, and I loved the addition of olives and feta to a classic tuna salad. It wasn't anything special overall, but it certainly did the trick and I walked away satisfied with my lunch.

The space is large and open, with minimal decor or atmosphere. But with decent lunch fare and private free parking-- this is a good spot to meet for a business lunch, and one that I will keep in mind.

Carnegie Kitchen
1332 Carnegie Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115

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3 comments:

Crystal @EatDrinkClev said...

I've always heard of them but never have been there. I'm never downtown for lunch. Looks good though - those are my favorite kind of fries.

Margaret said...

I have only been there for breakfast- the corned beef hash was definitely tasty (and HUGE). The free parking is awesome too, especially for the location.

Bite Buff said...

Carnegie Kitchen has closed. 9/30/13