PARMA, Ohio – Chef Jose Melendez’s Caribbean combination idea, Twisted Taino, which initially opened up at the Ohio City Galley, has actually currently established its Parma place to open up on August 1st.
The dining establishment’s Parma area at 5633 Pearl Road was initial revealed in 2020 and also was initially arranged to open this year. That area was postponed while Twisted Taino’s starting point – a salesroom in the Ohio City Galley, later on called Sauce the City Cleveland Food Hall – continued to be open.
“Unfortunately, as a result of an absence of personnel, the Twisted Taino Restaurant will certainly not be increased to 2 places as formerly prepared [being] not able to settle on a brand-new lease at the Ohio City site, “Melendez claimed in a declaration.
The Parma dining establishment will certainly use increased food selections when itopens This food selection consists of mofongo, pastelon, quesadillas, salads, and also much more – all with Melendez’s Puerto Rican origins, “twisted” with various other foods from Cuba, Jamaica, Colombia, Mexico, and also much more.
Twisted Taino’s brand-new room (the previous room for Hobart Health Foods and also Gaelic Imports) is a large upgrade from its previous tiny food stand. The 5,500- square-foot structure includes a cooking area and also eliminate location with an eating location on the patio area, with the eating location anticipated to seat 80 to 100 individuals once it prepares, according to a news release.
Twisted Taino is open Monday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. More info is offered at twistedtaino.com.
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