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Flying Fig

2523 Market Ave. (W. 25th St.) Send to Phone
216-241-4243 | Menu
The Fig supports small family farms and local food artisans while creating inventive menus revolving around seasonal availability.


Lunch Wed.-Fri., Dinner Wed.-Mon., Brunch Fri.-Sun.
Open late Fri.-Sat.

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Flying Fig, Cleveland, OH

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Flying Fig Restaurant Review

: Cozy and hip, Flying Fig has a friendly vibe and an easygoing staff. This is urbanism at its best. The seasonal, inventive menu from chef-owner Karen Small marries regional flavors and personal panache. Start with the chicken chorizo empanada or the beef tartare topped with a 6-minute egg. Spring lamb bolognese, too, is not to be missed. Ditto for the pork shank, which is served in a spicy pozole broth, with radish, cabbage, cilantro and queso fresco. Desserts are equally tasty. The wine list is small but it features a solid selection of vintages from France, Spain, Italy, New Zealand and the U.S.

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