Convenient location in the heart of the Cleveland Clinic. I had lunch and dinner here. The meals were average and very pricey. If you're staying at the Intercontinental Hotel it's a convenient stop, just don't expect spectacular.
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If you are visiting the Cleveland Clinic, this is probably your best bet and most convenient high end restaurant for dinner. They serve lunch also, but I prefer the north cost cafe buffet for that. Table 45 does not offer breakfast, but north cost offers...More
The Intercontinental hotel is attached to the Cleveland Clinic and most guests are there to receive treatment of transact business with the Clinic. Table 45 is the more "formal" of the two restaurants in the hotel, although it is still a casual place. Clean, modern...More
We stayed at InetrContinental for official business and there was a dinner at Table 45. All went well. The menu is standard and we all felt our choices were good/as expected. Nothing extra, but that's good for a standard work dinner, as the focus is...More
For the price the food should be better. It tastes good for the most part, but they don't put in that much effort into impressing you, because since it's located within the IC they know business will come. I would say above average but not...More
I have heard many good things about Table 45. We were seated right away, service was friendly an knowledgeable. The menu was diverse. Let start with my Iced Tea, not a good tea at all actually not brewed at the right temp. It was a...More
Stayed at Intercon and had dinner here. Very good dinner. They were accommodating for special needs too. All the dinners were good Service was a little slow but worth the wait. Finished off with delicious ice cream Sunday. Salmon was great.
The restaurant is gracious and comfortable with service that misses the mark a bit but is friendly. The mussels are a true standout dish and during our 5 night stay on Cleveland Clinic campus we enjoyed them twice. Rich coconut curry and forbidden rice round...More
I had long looked forward to dining at Table 45, so it was with great anticipation my husband and I were seated in the simple but elegant dining room on a recent April evening. We were familiar with the work of Restaurateur/Chef Zack Bruell, having...More