Found June 27, 2012 on thepigskinreport.com:
Three of the Cleveland area’s top chefs will be setting up shop this season at Cleveland Browns Stadium. In a press release issued by service provider Aramark, the three chefs have formed a partnership with Aramark, forming the Cleveland Browns Hospitality Group. Michael Symon, Rocco Whalen and Jonathon Sawyer are the three local chefs participating in the new program. Michael Symon will open the B spot, Rocco Whalen will open Rosie and Rocco’s and Jonathon Sawyer will be rolling out a new concept, Sawyer’s Street Frites. The three new food venues will be available to fans which purchase club seats and luxury boxes. The locations will provide food at all Browns games as well as events which are held at Cleveland Browns Stadium. From the official Aramark Press Release- The hallmark of Cleveland Browns Hospitality Group will be to combine Northeast Ohioans passion for football with food. As part of today’s announcement, the Browns and ARAMARK unveiled plans to feature award-winning co...
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