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The Clevelander Opening a New Location at Marlins Stadium


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Miami NewTimes

 

Along with news that a homerun nightmare-scape will be built at the new Marlins stadium comes this: the place will include a branch of South Beach's "sophisticated and classy" Clevelander.

 

Eater says that the Clevelander's plans include a "new, rebranded poolside bar and grill [which] will bring a unique and authentic South Beach experience to all fans. The redesigned entertainment area in left field will be open year-round and will be Miami's new hot spot for many years to come."

 

The Clevelander is fresh off a cameo in a Miami Beach Police Department scandal, and is well known as the most crowded spot on South Beach.

 

Of course, now all three sports stadiums in Miami-Dade will have outposts of SoBe bars and clubs. The American Airlines Arena has Bongo's, Sun Life has a mini-LIV, and now there's a Clevelander in Little Havana.

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I have experience in kitchens, and from what i'm seeing it looks like the Clevelander is going to sport a fairly robust menu. If you zoom in on the architectural drawings, you can clearly see a traditional kitchen line. It looks like, from left to right, a grill-griddle station opposite some kind of cold-side(?) salad station, three fryers opposite an appetizer station, and two other stations opposite a very large oven. Another room in the kitchen sports a three-tier sink opposite a commercial automated dishwasher. Looks fairly well equipped.

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I have experience in kitchens, and from what i'm seeing it looks like the Clevelander is going to sport a fairly robust menu. If you zoom in on the architectural drawings, you can clearly see a traditional kitchen line. It looks like, from left to right, a grill-griddle station opposite some kind of cold-side(?) salad station, three fryers opposite an appetizer station, and two other stations opposite a very large oven. Another room in the kitchen sports a three-tier sink opposite a commercial automated dishwasher. Looks fairly well equipped.

 

 

Where are you finding the architectural drawings. I would be interested in seeing them.

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I have experience in kitchens, and from what i'm seeing it looks like the Clevelander is going to sport a fairly robust menu. If you zoom in on the architectural drawings, you can clearly see a traditional kitchen line. It looks like, from left to right, a grill-griddle station opposite some kind of cold-side(?) salad station, three fryers opposite an appetizer station, and two other stations opposite a very large oven. Another room in the kitchen sports a three-tier sink opposite a commercial automated dishwasher. Looks fairly well equipped.

 

 

Where are you finding the architectural drawings. I would be interested in seeing them.

 

 

 

 

http://blogs.sun-sentinel.com/sports_baseball_marlins/2011/10/florida-marlins-clevelander-coming-out-of-left-field-at-new-ballpark-naming-rights-update.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+marlinsblog+%28Florida+Marlins+%7C+Sun-Sentinel+Blogs%29

 

 

That rendering doesn't even make sense, the way the crowd is put into the background would put the pool on the first base line. Though the other renderings in that article are verrrry nice.

 

http://blogs.sun-sen...lins_22E9F0.jpg

 

http://blogs.sun-sen...arlins_Plan.jpg

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Is it just me, or does it look like its going to be a little tight in the Clevelander, Up and down that is. Seems like the concourse is running just barely above it. Im sure prospective from the camera has something to do with that too.

 

Has anyone heard where the team store will be located at in the Park?

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Another thing I noticed is, they are going to have to get this thing up quick. The only thing it looks like they started on was the seating platforms behind the outfield wall. I thought someone else said the team store was going to be in the outfield as well. I never got a response from my question above so I dont know if thats right. If both are in the same vicinity, maybe they are waiting to enclose all if it at one time.

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