Barroco Grill

Lakewood

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BYOB eatery lauded in Cleveland Magazine serves crispy corn arepas, cuban sandwiches, and empanadas

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$10 for $20 Worth of Colombian Cuisine

Entrees include chorizo arepas ($9), empanadas filled with beef and potatoes ($11), and cuban sandwiches with sliced ham and garlic sauce ($10). Entrees are served with coleslaw and a choice of seasoned fries, arepa fries, or black-bean soup. See the full menu. On Friday nights, the restaurant features live music.

Barroco Grill

Chefs at Barroco Grill craft Colombian street fare from scratch, nabbing glowing reviews from Cleveland Scene and a nod from _Cleveland Magazine_’s Best of 2011 list. The signature arepas—which Cleveland Scene lauds as “hot, corny, and crisp”—hug melted mozzarella and succulent meats inside a pocket of all-white corn batter. Chefs also drizzle plates with creative flourishes such as wasabi coleslaw and peanut cream sauce. Beneath the newly expanded dining room’s exposed wooden beams, snippets of brick walls peek out from behind artwork by local artists and high-functioning house pets.

Barroco Grill

Chefs at Barroco Grill craft Colombian street fare from scratch, nabbing glowing reviews from Cleveland Scene, a mention on Food Network's 50 States 50 Sandwiches feature, and a nod from Cleveland Magazine’s Best of 2011 list. But don't let the "street food" moniker fool you: Barroco Grill's presentation features elegantly-plated fusion cuisine creatively presented on white plates. The signature arepas—which Cleveland Scene lauds as “hot, corny, and crisp”—hug melted mozzarella and succulent meats inside a pocket of all-white corn batter. Chefs also drizzle plates with creative flourishes such as Colombian ceviche and their five hand-crafted sauces. Beneath the dining room’s exposed wooden beams, snippets of brick walls peek out from behind artwork by owner Juan Vergara. If the weather is nice, sit outside on their newly opened patio and enjoy brunch service.

Customer Reviews

Get there early. The food is so good that it fills up fast.
Debbie S. · October 4, 2015
We're really glad to have a place like Barroco in our town. Food was delicious and the service was very friendly.
December 22, 2013
Will go back again!
Pam M. · June 13, 2013

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