In a 1929 building with a steeple, this dining room has large windows, a high ceiling, chandeliers, and nautical murals. Lunch brings an array of fish choices and sandwiches evenly balanced among meat, poultry, and seafood; dinner is heavy on steak and seafood, with such high-ticket favorites as Alaskan king crab legs and steak and lobster.
Apr 14, 2002
This place has mastered the science of making the ordinary seem exquisite, mainly by charging New York prices for Yuma food. They took a great building and turned it into a decent neighborhood restaurant, minus friendly staff, yet they pretend to be one of Cleveland's high spots. Skip it and find a deli if you want rude staff,or a national chain restaurant if you long for mediocrity. This place offers both at preposterous prices.
Nov 29, 2001
Don's is an all-American restaurant. That is to say, bland and unhealthy. One longs for a bit of zing. The longing continues.