Community supports Lee Road restaurants

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  • Kitchen Manager Jon Averyheart creates a pizza at Dewey's. All employees wear masks, and have their temperatures taken when they arrive at work.

  • The WineSpot is using its back patio as a drive-up window for online orders during the cornonavirus crisis. It is also hosting virtual wine tastings. (Photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)

  • Kelli Kral, an owner of New Heights Grill,  said customers have been "very supportive." One even sent her an anonymous $500 check. (Photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)

  • The Cedar Lee Theatre had to close its doors, but parent company Cleveland Cinemas is offering the latest independent films on its website, for a fee. (Photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)

  • The Tavern Co. is open for takeout orders Thursday through Saturday. (Photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)

  • Boss Dog Brewery is open daily 4–8 p.m. for carry-out food, and six packs and growlers of its craft beer. (Photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)

  • Marotta's restaurant offers takeout and delivery seven days a week.

  • The front doors of Mitchell's Fine Chocolates are locked, but customers can order by phone or online. (Photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)

  • Mojo World Eats & Drink is offering curbside delivery of food and cocktails Tuesday through Saturday. (Photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)

  • Dewey's server Josh Price prepares to step outside and deliver a pizza to a waiting customer.

  • Barista Kevin Hoffman takes an order from Anna Isabella and Elizabeth Valenti at Phoenix Coffee on Lee Road. With sales down, the company is innovating with $5 bike deliveries. (photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)

  • Owner David Igel masks up and checks in at Dewey's Pizza The restaurant is providing curbside delivery.

  • Kelli Kral of New Heights Grill is now selling takeout beer for $1 to $3 a bottle.(Photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)

  • The heroines of Stone Oven: (from left) Deanne Nichitilo, Taylor Fletcher, Gretchen Drushel, Diana Drushel. The iconic Lee Road bakery is celebrating its 25th anniversary while dealing with the coronavirus crisis.(photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)

  • Kelli Kral (left), owner of New Heights Grill, helps a customer with her order. Takeout has gone from 25–35% of the bar's business to its only revenue during the crisis. (photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)

  • Tatyana Rehn and John Emerman, owners of Stone Oven Bakery & Cafe, are celebrating 25 years in business during the pandemic. (photo: Fred D'Ambrosi)

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