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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Flower Restaurant Review: Formerly called That Place on Bellflower, this spot still has its tiny, intimate bar, open kitchen and four dining rooms with their original brick walls, now accented by walls painted in purple and yellow. With lots of locally-produced art on the walls, this 1880s coach house has the look and feel of a SoHo bistro. One of the two main dining rooms has a large fireplace (with burning logs in the winter) and windows that look out onto the patio (where you can eat during warmer months). The menu is eclectic, featuring interesting takes on fish, meat and chicken dishes---like sun-dried tomato-crusted salmon, blackened ahi tuna, grilled veal chop and pork tenderloin---plus soups, salads and gourmet-style burgers and sandwiches. Altogether, this restaurant has been serving up eclectic fare for more than 20 years, and while the food is often quite good, it's sometimes disappointing, yet always interesting. Situated in the cultural heart of the city, its convenient for museum and Cleveland Orchestra concert-goers.