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Three Birds

Postby Jim O'Bryan » Sat Jun 04, 2011 11:10 am

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Mickey and Ryan Krivosh new owners of Three Birds

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The Ma Bell Garden and Patio, winner of Best Patio in Lakewood 2011

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Duck Breast dinner was some of the best duck I have had in Cleveland. On par with
Fire out in Cleveland Heights.

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The scallops were equally as good, everything was.

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The staff food and ambiance underlines what it is a 4 star restaurant.


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Re: Three Birds

Postby Bryan Schwegler » Sat Jun 04, 2011 6:07 pm

Don't they have to pick a new name within 6 months? I thought I had read that somewhere. I wonder what they'll call it.

Still not so sure I'm sold on it maintaining the quality standards that it had under previous management, but I'm hopeful.


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Re: Three Birds

Postby Jim O'Bryan » Sat Jun 04, 2011 11:43 pm

Bryan Schwegler wrote:Don't they have to pick a new name within 6 months? I thought I had read that somewhere. I wonder what they'll call it.

Still not so sure I'm sold on it maintaining the quality standards that it had under previous management, but I'm hopeful.


Bryan

Believe me, Rachel and Jessi are running the show, the same team that was their for years. To my knowledge
all of the staff is the same, and talking with them, they were thankful how quickly Mickey stepped up, and made sure they knew the transition would be seamless. This is how you secure good help. To me it is also the sign of someone who knows enough not to screw up a good thing. He loves Lakewood, he loves the west side,
he loves the business. In his mid-50s, this might be a perfect transition for both Three Birds and Mickey.

It will be interesting, the overhead has to be insane, when compared to Around the Corner,



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