Barking Spider Tavern

Sunday, June 7, 2015

Barking Spider Tavern pairs up with L’Albatross, French Brasserie


L’Albatross, the award winning French restaurant created by owner/chef Zack Bruell, has developed a special menu for patrons of the Barking Spider Tavern. Beginning on Monday June 8th at 4:00 p.m., customers will be able to order food at the bar and have it delivered to them here at the Barking Spider.

As many long-time customers know, we’ve always encouraged people to bring their own food or place orders from delivery services. It made more sense to maintain this picnic like atmosphere, than to reduce seating and install a kitchen. But we’ve always wanted to offer more than light snacks and take-out menus.

Now we have it. Through the combined business savvy of Zach Bruell, his General Manager, Kim Paradise (Adelstein) and myself, Jenna Juredine, we’ve developed a special smaller version of the L’Albatross menu for the exclusive use of customers eating at the Barking Spider.

The new menu features an array of selections ranging from appetizers to full entrees, sure to serve all appetites. All food is prepared at the restaurant, thereby ensuring the same quality you’ve come to expect from L’Albatros.

L'Albatros Menu

How it works
  1. Peruse the menu.
  2. Place your order with your Barking Spider bartender.
  3. Pay for your food (and tips) in cash here at the bar.
  4. Sit back and relax. We’ll let you know when your food has arrived.
About L’Albatross

L’Albatross has become a beacon for foodies in Cleveland, Ohio, consistently providing delicious cuisine, with a comfortable atmosphere and amenable staff. Located on the campus of CWRU, on Bellflower Rd., it shares a history with the Barking Spider. L’Albatros is housed in the building that once served as the stables for Glidden House, now a beautiful hotel. The Barking Spider’s building served as the carriage house. Where we once had horses and carriages we now have award winning food and live music.

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