- $29 for $50 worth of upscale American cuisine for dinner
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White Oaks Restaurant
White Oaks Restaurant began business in 1928, but its doors wouldn’t open until staff had spied visitors through a peephole, creating an aura of mystery that’s never quite left this fine-dining establishment. Proudly touting its history as a hotspot for imported booze and high-stakes gambling during the Prohibition era, the restaurant—voted Cleveland's best romantic restaurant by viewers of Fox 8 in 2011—now celebrates the legalization of spirits with a towering wine rack and solid-gold bust of Johnnie Walker. Six wood-burning fireplaces cast their crimson glow off plates piled with high-end American cuisine, from succulent seafood to creative game dishes such as venison. Elegant wood paneling spans the lodge-like dining room, where a glass wall on the east end overlooks an arboreal wonderland and burbling creek.
88% of 1,830 customers recommend
“We were in the loon room and the waitress helper clearly was new but food was good as usually”
“Great view, excellent food!! We will go back again. :)”
“I would recommend for a special occasion--wouldn't pay that much for an average date night. Very nice ambiance to the restaurant.”