Due to the closure of Detroit Avenue for the Rite-Aid Cleveland Marathon, Astoria will be closed on Sunday, May 19. We wish good weather and great runs to all the participants.
An Evening with J. Bookwalter Winery
May 7, 2019 — 6:30 P.M. — $80/Person
Join us for a dinner featuring the wines of John Bookwalter Winery of Washington State’s renowned Columbia Valley. Enjoy a six-course menu designed by Astoria Executive Chef Cory Kobrinski. COURSE 1: 2016 “Readers” Chardonnay; Rouzaire Camembert, Butterscotch Apples & Crostini. COURSE 2: 2016 “Subplot 35” Red Blend; Bresaola Salad, Wild Arugula, Aged Manchego. COURSE 3: 2015 “Readers” Merlot; Roasted Ohio Domestic Lamb Shoulder, Gruyere Fonduta, Shiitake Mushrooms, Frisee, Pita. COURSE 4: 2015 “Suspense” Corner Lee Vineyard; Ohio Amish Chicken Leg Confit, Ramp Risotto, Herbed Ricotta. COURSE 5: 2014 “Protagonist” Corner Lee Vineyard; Certified Angus Beef Tenderloin, Roquefort Sugo, Cannellini Bean Mash, Micro Greens. COURSE 6: 2016 Riesling “Bacchus Vineyard;” Suprise du Chef.
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Astoria will be closed on Easter Sunday, April 21, 2019, so that our team can spend time with their families. We will be open on Dyngus Day, Monday, April 22, 2019, from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
“On one of those cement-sky February days in Cleveland, we sat near the windows at Astoria Cafe & Market …and saw sunshine land on the table. That bright light came from a series of Mediterranean-inspired foods: lemony hummus with warm, grilled, fresh pita chips; imported salami sliced to a melting thinness with brilliant green baby arugula, and lamb chops sharing a plate with dabs of peso and mascarpone-rich mashed potatoes. Did I mention the lush little rounds of octopus, the best I’ve ever had? Something warm and authentic is going on here.” – Debbi Snook
SCENE MAGAZINE: ONE STOP SHOP – Astoria Cafe & Market delivers an unmatched dining and shopping experience
“On a recent Saturday night Astoria was buzzing with activity. On the retail market side, customers popped in to purchase bottles of wine, tubs of mixed olives, cheeses by the pound, thin-sliced imported meats, and whatever else they needed to survive and oncoming blizzard. Over the the cafe, nearly every seat in the bar and dining room was filled with guests who chose to leave the cooking to the pros.” – Douglas Trattner
“Sometimes when a restaurant tries to do too many things, nothing works. But the folks at Astoria Cafe & Market have found the recipe for success with a culinary triumvirate: bar, restaurant and market. You might want to call to see if reservations are necessary for brunch at busy Astoria Cafe & Market.” – Marc Bona
Astoria serves our full brunch menu from 10 a.m. until 2:45 p.m. on Saturdays. (Sunday brunch is served from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. A yummy way to get the weekend started with the right bite.
All day every Wednesday — $10 one-topping pizzas (dine in only). Select from the following toppings: bacon, chorizo, four-cheese blend, kalamata olives, artichoke hearts, pepperoni, fire-roasted red peppers, herb-roasted tomatoes, sauteed wild mushrooms, or arugula. Irresistable!
NEW CHEESE BOARD ($11.00). Caprichio de Cabra — Creamy, Soft, Sweet Goat Cheese from Spain; Ossau Iraty — Rich, Nutty, Grassy, Sweet Sheep Cheese from France; Stilton — Creamy, Crumbly, Smooth, Cow Cheese from England. Served with Candied Walnuts, Tunisian Dates, Strawberry Preserves, and Crostini.