Solon Fire and Burntwood Solon Guest Bartending


Cancer is the leading cause of death for firefighters, Solon fundraiser helps to buy protective gear

Burntwood Tavern reached out to the department and asked how it could help.

Solon Fire and Burntwood Tavern are now teaming up for a fundraiser to raise money to buy the department's 60-member squad a new piece of gear that will protect the people protecting us. 

"We don't get too many opportunities to have a good time with folks here, usually we are seeing them on their worst day, so this should be fun," Nash said. 

The fundraiser, hosted by Burntwood Tavern, is active online and an event is planned for September 7th. For more information, click here.

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Akron Dish: New restaurants coming to Cuyahoga Falls

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Today we bring you foodcentric news about Cuyahoga Falls, which recently celebrated the reopening of Front Street to vehicles. .

The folks behind the Burntwood Tavern plan to open Rose Italian Kitchen in the revived stretch of the roadway. It will go in the space that previously housed Hibachi Japan at 2251 Front St.

“We’ve had our eye on [the space] for a potential sister concept,” said Jen Leonard, marketing and events manager for Chef Art Pour, the restaurant group headquartered in Chagrin Falls that has nine Burntwood Taverns in Northeast Ohio.

Read more on Akron Beacon Journal/

Burntwood Tavern Pulled Pork Tacos

CLEVELAND, Oh -- Why not branch out with your next taco dinner and try using pork instead of beef or chicken. Pulled pork tacos are a popular menu item at Burntwood Tavern restaurants and chef Eric Stout shared his recipe with Fox 8's Stefani Schaefer. As a side note, this item is so popular Burntwood Tavern is serving it to all the artists and VIP's at this year's LaureLive music festival. 

Fox8 Cleveland

Rose Italian Kitchen To Open In Cuyahoga Falls

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Rose Italian Kitchen will be coming to downtown Cuyahoga Falls.

CUYAHOGA FALLS, OH - From Chef Art Pour Restaurants:Bret Adams, Founder and CEO of Burntwood Tavern and its parent company, Chef Art Pour Restaurant Group (CAPRG) announced plans to open Rose Italian Kitchen in Cuyahoga Falls. The second location of its newest restaurant concept is scheduled to open late 2018.

Conveniently situated within the newly transformed Cuyahoga Falls Front Street Mall, Rose will feature its own artful blend of mixed-use materials of stone and rustic woods complimented by vintage and custom handmade lighting fixtures. The space will provide the feel of an urban farmhouse allowing each guest to have a warm, inviting experience while enjoying family and friends in this already vibrant destination

Read more on Cuyahoga Falls Patch

First Responder Appreciation Day

In recognition of the State of Ohio proclamation, May 24th is Ohio First Responder Appreciation Day.  This occasion recognizes all law enforcement officers, firefighters, emergency medical technicians, 911 dispatchers, and search and rescue personnel who bravely and selflessly risk their lives every day to protect our families, visitors, and businesses.  For your strength, courage and service, we thank you.

New lunch choices and summer dining specials in Naples

 Crab cakes are part of the seasonal soft-shell crab menu thtis month at Burntwood Tavern in North Naples. (Photo: Burntwood Tavern)

Crab cakes are part of the seasonal soft-shell crab menu thtis month at Burntwood Tavern in North Naples. (Photo: Burntwood Tavern)

Soft-shell crab menu

Burntwood Tavern’s 2018 soft-shell crab menu is available through May 27 at the restaurant in Mercato.

The seasonal menu offerings include crab corn chowder, crab cakes, shrimp cobb salad, softshell po’boy, Cajun soft-shell crabs, and surf and turf.

Scratch-made mixed berry cobbler is exclusive to the limited time menu. The menu also will feature the Tea Collins, a signature drink special consisting of black tea house-infused vodka and fresh lemon juice.

Burntwood unveiled a new spring menu two weeks ago featuring new dishes including white bean hummus, street tacos, tuna poke bowl, zucchini frites, Reuben sandwich and the crispy chicken salad. New signature cocktails include the whiskey peach, BWT fruit punch and the prickly pear as well as new draft selections added to the drink menu.

Burntwood Tavern, 9110 Strada Place, Suite 6135, North Naples; 239-631-8964.

[Read on Naples Daily News]

Rose Italian Kitchen opens in Solon

Chef Art Pour Restaurant Group has given Solon a new place to eat – Rose Italian Kitchen. The restaurant opened April 30 in the former Pacos Tacos location at 6140 SOM Center Road.

Bret Adams, owner of Chef Art Pour Restaurant Group, which also owns Burntwood Tavern and M Italian, said he had the idea to open Rose’s for a while but was unsure of the name.

Read complete article on Cleveland Jewish News

Burntwood Tavern Applauded for Contribution to Chagrin Falls Schools

Ohio School Board Associations (OSBA) Business Honor Roll Recognition

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Burntwood Tavern was recognized for their partnership with Chagrin Falls Schools at the May 2 Board of Education meeting.  Burntwood Tavern received the Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA) Business Honor Roll recognition. Businesses large and small, corporate-owned or family-run, play a key role in supporting the community and local schools. From helping schools with in-kind or financial contributions, donating to scholarship programs and supporting extracurriculars to offering internship opportunities, volunteering in the schools and sponsoring field trips, businesses contribute to schools in many ways.  This is one way Chagrin Falls Schools thanks business partners each year.

Burntwood Tavern in South Russell has been a strong business/school partner with Chagrin Falls Schools for many years.  The restaurant has been a great sponsor for the Chagrin Falls Athletic Department. They have donated food and gift cards for many fundraisers. They have provided meals for many of our athletic teams. They are also on our scoreboard and donated gift cards for the athletic department to use at sporting events. They also remember all of our teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week each year generous donations of food.  Burntwood is always willing to be a part of events and eager to be engaged in the school system.

Photo: Superintendent Robert Hunt; Board Vice President Kathryn Garvey; Board President Sharon Broz; Jen Leonard Marketing & Events Manager, Burntwood Tavern, Neil and Jill Markey, Markey Creative; Board Member Greg Kanzinger; Board Member Mary Kay O’Toole; Treasurer Anne Spano; Board Member Phil Rankin