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Flying Fig
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Today 11AM–3PM, 5–11PM
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2523 Market Ave Cleveland, OH 44113
2523 Market AvenueUSOhioCleveland44113
(216) 241-4243theflyingfig.com
$$Restaurant, Bar
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American Restaurant
Today 11AM–3PM, 5–11PM
Friday 11AM–3PM, 5–11PMSaturday 11AM–3PM, 5–11PMSunday 11AM–3PM, 5–10PMMonday ClosedTuesday 5–10PMWednesday 5–10PMThursday 5–10PM
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farm to table x vineyard to glass
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Hip eatery featuring small & large locally sourced New American plates & outdoor seating.- Google
"Richly wedged polenta, as well as flat bread pizza with ricotta and mushroom."
"The tables and chairs are basic and the nothing is on the walls."
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Dane Freeman
2 months ago
Great happy hour specials on food. Friendly staff and a bit more quiet and laid back atmosphere than the rest of the surrounding area.
Brittany Sekerak
a year ago
We tried Flying Fig for dinner and while the service and drinks were great, the portions were very off. Our experience: a huge burger with a plate full of fries was $19 meanwhile the roast chicken mushroom risotto and the gnocchi were literally served as a side portion and each cost ~$25. The risotto and the gnocchi seemed to lack flavor considering all the exciting ingredients, and the portion was offputting compared to other plates -especially considering the price. The inside of this place isn't too special. The tables and chairs are basic and the nothing is on the walls. For the cost of dining, we'd prefer some place else in Ohio City or Tremont. The appetizers were pretty good and priced appropriately in my opinion. We probably won't return to Flying Fig for dinner, but maybe we'll check out brunch which I hear is great.
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Alicia Salloum
a year ago
In the case of our dinners last night, the service we received was extremely un-attentive. Our server, Ray, was far too preoccupied with socializing than actually checking on our table/re-filling our drinks/or presenting our dinners in a timely fashion. Our vegetable based dishes took a ludicrous amount of time to arrive, even given that the establishment was relatively empty. The food was definitely the redeeming element of our experience. There were more than enough vegan/vegetarian options present on the menu, which was something that I was concerned about. I ordered the Beet Salad as an entreé: (whipped cloverton, 6 minute egg, almonds, croutons, honey vinaigrette) with a side of Sauteed Kale with garlic & chilie + Roasted Baby Carrots with honey, mint and feta. Again, the food was great and tasted a lot like how I prefer to cook at home. The ingredients were unique, complimentary and presented in an artistic fashion. If I could give one mode of advice to management: table bread would have been a great way to start our dinners. In the case like ours, we sat for quite a long time before our appetizer arrived, hungry.
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Will Peifer
a year ago
I am sure the food would be good, but the service never took our orders and was disrespectful. I was quite embarrassed as I was with guests and would not recommend this restaurant under the current circumstances.
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Jon Flikkema
2 months ago
Amazing food and drinks with fantastic service.
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Wayne King
in the last week
They have good pork but the tables were messy when I got there
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Edelweiss Tomner
a year ago
Place should have the tag line: Flying Fig "Satisfied? We don't give a Flying F**k!" Quite literally hated it. Overpriced, lousy customer service, and flavor was not there, don't know where all these 5 star ratings are from, but they must have went somewhere else other than Flying Fig. Most don't have a single word written about their "5 star" experience, not at all surprising. Cross the bridge into downtown and you'll find someplace better for the same if not lower prices. Or consider any one of the other local establishments that are more deserving of your hard earned cash. (all within walking distance of this place) Crop Bistro & Bar Great Lakes Brewing SOHO Kitchen & Bar Phnom Penh McNulty's Bier Markt TownHall Nano Brew Cleveland Old Angle Tavern Ohio City Burrito ABC the Tavern Steves Gyros (West Side Market) Bonbon Pastry & Cafe I'll go down this list before I head to the fig again.
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Tyler Lund
2 years ago
Very good food and friendly service, but it was just missing something special for me to make it spectacular. The cocktails were very good, tasty and not strong tasting, but potent. The beef shoulder was also very well cooked, though the mashed potato puree was a bit uninspired. I enjoyed the dish throughly, but it was just good, not exceptional.

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