Burntwood Tavern -- a 19th-century landmark with taste

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- This 19th century Spanish-themed landmark is said to be haunted by the ghost of one-time owner George Stark. Maybe he's sticking around to soak in the look of this storied, stony gem, but I bet Burntwood Tavern's Happy Hour has something to do it with it, too.

It's that good, and features unique items such as Gazpacho; perfect for warm weather at a great price ($2.50). The food list is wide-ranging and includes Blackened Shrimp Tacos ($6) -- a plate with generous portions that's spicy, stellar and shareable. The zucchini frittes (peppercorn ranch and smoked tomato aioli dipping sauces, $4.50) make for a fine nibbler. The Sicilian flatbread ($6) – one of three on the menu -- is a generous in taste and portion, with its heap of mozzarella, pepperoni, Italian sausage and spicy peppers.

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