Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Larder: A Curated Delicatessen & Bakery

Larder Delicatessen and Bakery opened its doors in Ohio City's Hingetown neighborhood just weeks ago, and it's already becoming a popular destination for Cleveland foodies.
The from-scratch Eastern European deli relies heavily on techniques like koji culturing, fermentation and foraging, led by Jeremy Umansky.

Its 1800s-era firehouse heritage is honored through the decor and refurbished space.
They are focusing on a rotating menu of sandwiches, boards, soups, sides, and bakery items.
You can also shop for locally sources products...
...that just add to the charm of this place.
I was eyeballing several of the delicious looking sides and bakery items, but we didn't want to fill up too much at lunch. Next time!
Mr. H and both of my parents ordered the Pastrami ($12) sandwich, one with a side of chips and one with a side of fries.
While this sandwich was good, my Daily Special sandwich of Fried Chicken on a Buttermilk Bread with greens and pickled red onions was even better. That bread!
They are open Tuesday - Saturday from 10AM - 7PM, and Sunday from 10AM - 2PM. Already seeing lines out the door and no seating available, you'll want to make sure you're not in a rush if you hit at key dining times. But, it's worth the wait, and this is only just the beginning for them.

Larder Delicatessen and Bakery
1455 W 29th Street
Cleveland, OH 44113
(216) 912-8203