Mercato Keeps It's Restaurant Reputation intact

Three new places are here or coming soon.

Meanwhile, Burntwood Tavern opened on schedule (it’s sandwiched between The Counter and Bravo), despite some lingering construction work on the façade. An extension of an Ohio-based chain, Chef Art Pour Restaurant Group, it falls in line with many of the other neighboring spots in being open for lunch, happy hour and dinner daily and has an eclectic new American menu with a little something for all.


Burntwood Tavern reclaims space in Mercato

The first Burntwood Tavern outside of Ohio opening at Mercato in North Naples

The first Burntwood Tavern outside of Northeast Ohio opened Monday afternoon at Mercato in North Naples.

The new restaurant’s layout retains the floor plan of the old Rusty Bucket Restaurant and Tavern, which operated in that space through Dec. 31, but the look is completely different. Burntwood Tavern’s 10th location features the concept’s rustic but sophisticated décor with reclaimed wood wainscoting and dividers, hand-blown glass lighting fixtures and copper-topped bars.

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Another Ohio-based restaurant replacing Rusty Bucket in Mercato

Another Ohio-based restaurant is replacing Rusty Bucket Restaurant and Tavern, set to close Saturday night in Mercato.

Burntwood Tavern, operated since 2010 by Chef Art Pour Restaurant Group headquartered in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, plans Burntwood’s 10th location in the North Naples mixed-use development. The restaurant’s other nine locations are in northeastern Ohio.

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The art of Cleveland dining

Paintings, murals and sculptures add visual flavor the restaurant experience.

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Restaurants have to hit on all cylinders.  Food, of course, is the foremost priority.  Wine and -- in this part of the country -- beer lists are important.  Service can make or break a diner’s experience.  But ambiance also adds a subtle backdrop, a small way of adding to your night out.  We take a look at art, from whatas hanging on the walls to other pieces found within a few restaurants, wine bars and other spots in Northeast Ohio.


Burntwood Tavern to open in Canton

Chef Art Pour Restaurant Group announced plans to open a Burntwood Tavern in Canton. This will be the ninth Burntwood Tavern location in Northeast Ohio.

“We’re thrilled to be bringing Burntwood Tavern to Belden Village and guests in the Canton area,” said Bret Adams, founder and CEO of Chef Art Pour Restaurant Group. “As Belden Village Mall receives its first major exterior renovation in nearly 30 years, we’re proud to be part of its rebirth.”

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