Permanently Closed - 100th Bomb Group
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Table for 10 for my mother's birthday and her and my father's 42nd anniversary, they could not have taken better care of us.
Service was outstanding, and the food was excellent.
Food was great! Staff was very attentive and chef was very friendly!
Outstanding value with great food. Always fresh and never rushed to eat. Would recommend to anyone .
We really liked the calamari, but loved the short rib pierogi. The vegetable wellington was excellent and while both the pot roast and the French onion soup were very good, they should have been served piping hot. Unfortunately, mine were warm, not hot.
I was blown away with the service and the food. Overall, a great experience. Our server teamed with Tila to make this an extraordinary time for our party of 4. Would definitely go here again.
The food was and the waitress was efficient and friendly
Service was good, food was good. This is one of my favorite places to dine. Plus the planes coming in to the airport make a nice visual out of the spacious windows.
We had a 1:30 reservation for brunch. They said their last reservation was 2pm. The food at 1:30 was cold and not replenished. The crab legs were on ice rather than steamed. Good note was the prime rib which was excellent. Poor choice to go later in the day for the amount they charge they should have replenished the food bars
Great meal super view of planes landing , very nice server !!!!
Unique venue and not crowded on weekdays. Get the beer cheese soup and pot roast, local favorites.
Had to send my food back, served just at room temperature. and not very happy with this service. There was few people in the restaurant in our section, waitress was training someone else she said and did not check on us as she should have. Manager came over to apologize and offered desert. We declined.. I don't think we will be back. Our prime rib dinners were nothing to get excited about. We should have gone to Texas Roadhouse, for a better prime-rib dinner.
Very nice and fantastic service. Food was Awesome. Prices were very good also
The food was very good and the waitress was friendly and attentive. It was a Tuesday night so the restaurant was not very busy. Our group was not in a hurry but it took about 75 minutes to get our dinners, I believe there was only 1 chef on duty.
Would recommend if people like crab legs, moderate seafood offerings beyond that. Breakfast foods were plentiful but other meats were okay...Have to eat a lot to get your moneys worth...
Food selection and preparation is excellent. The price is a bit high and getting the check took longer than it should. Overall though, it is a nice experience with the open windows viewing planes landing and taking off.
We celebrated Valentines Day the day after with a special dinner. The service was great. The prime rib was excellent. The view was beautiful as we watched the planes takeoff and land. The only down side was that we were seated by the window and both my husband and I were cold the entire time.
We had a great meal, the service was excellent and the WWII displays are unique, enjoyable and educational. Will return the next time we visit Cleveland.
Always a great dining experience at 100th! Thank you to our servers!
Walked in it looked extremely dirty. Hostess looked like she was on drugs
The scene was very romantic, and the service was amazing. The waiter waited a little while in between each course to give us plenty of time to finish, and let the food settle. The food was great as well! This is a great restaurant to go to for a special occasion, and you get what you pay for and more!
I feel like there was limited service on Valentine's day. Got our champagne at the very end. Didn't get drinks for probably 15 minutes to 20 minutes. Just seems like we kept getting forgotten about
Great Valentine’s Day meal. Caesar salad, prime rib and green brûlée with some wine during and coffee at the end. Sandy was excellent with service and food superb. Crime brûlée disappeared in a flash
Took a date for Valentines Day dinner. Of course I expected the dinners to be very expensive. Yes, they were, but OK for the special occasion. We each had prime rib dinners which were very good. The limited menu night had appetizer, entrée, and dessert for $60 for each dinner. No choice, all three categories were included for the one price. What was ridiculous was ordering coffee with the dessert. When the bill came, the $60 each for dinner was listed as expected, but they added $3.50 for each coffee for an additional $7.00 just for two cups of coffee. For a limited menu night and willing to pay $60 per person for dinner, you would expected coffee, tea, or soda pop to be included for no additional charge.
Sunday Brunch. Lots of food and plenty of choice. A bit like the mob scene on a budget cruise ship however. Needed some more help to keep the buffet sections from decomposing under the onslaught of apparently undernourished guests.
The food was AWFUL! Lots of selection, but very poor quality - slimy shrimp, dried out beef, pancakes that were raw inside, and fruit that was dirty!
This place is in DESPERATE need of updating!
Had great time with friends, nice and quiet, easy to converse. Nice location.
the 100th Bomb group always delivers, good food and service and right next to the airport .
The staff was so nice and attentive to our needs. Food was great tasting with a variety for everyone's taste.
Really enjoyed the meal--great food! It was so neat sitting right by the window and watching the airplanes! The decor of old pics is amazing, can't wait to go back soon!
We had a 5:45 pm reservation on a snowy evening which gave us a nice, leisurely 3 course dinner. The waitress was very friendly and checked on us between her other guests at a comfortable rate. We always enjoy dinner at the 100th Bomb Group!
We had a great Brunch. We look forward to going back.
Great dining experience. Our server, Krystal was very good. Attentive but not intrusive and very pleasant. We'll definitely ask for her table next time. We enjoyed the food as always. Looking forward to trying their Sunday brunch.
We enjoyed our time at the 100th Bomb Group and most of the food turned out great. There were 8 of us and 2 ordered chicken parm. The chicken was way overdone and the people that ate it said it was very bland. That was the only complaint. We loved the atmosphere and our server was great. We did feel that some of the prices were way overpriced.
Oh, we all have an off day and this we encountered at the 100th Bomb Group. The manager, Josh, tried to make the best of a bad situation. I booked this restaurant via Open Table for New Years Eve. Though it would be a nice dining experience. Just wasn't up to the usual standards that is come at the 100th. The food was ill prepared and cold plus it a was a set menu for the night. I was unaware of this when I booked the table. The staff was less then zealous on this occasion as well. Maybe next time...
New Year’s Eve there was no hostess up front waited ten minutes for someone to greet us. Finally got sat and no waitress for about 15 minutes the table behind us got sat and greeted even before us! Waitress was nice but at $60 per person I had no special service no check backs we had not been back for 35 years we had our rehearsal dinner at bomber group very disappointing. A special evening and no special service.
When I made the Reservations I was not told that there was a limited menu for New Years Eve. Had I known this we would not have come. We would have preferred to order off the regular menu. When I got my confirmation in my email there was an area that said click here to view the menu. When I did that it came up with the regular menu so that’s what we thought it was. Very disappointed.
In the past I would have recommended it, but Sunday was a disappointment. Seemed overly crowded compared to previous brunches, but the staff did not seem able to handle it. both food preperation and service were below standard. Saw something I had not seen before. A rib roast was brought out to be served, but the prime, well-marbled section was taken off and returned to the kitchen, while the tougher cut was left to distribute. I suspect the prime piece was given to a private party. Very disappointed.
I used to love this restaurant. My family went recently after a long time away. We ordered the kids pasta, pot roast, and a fish and chips. They were out of the 2 dishes we actually wanted, but we were satisfied with these compromises.
The fish was flavorless, and we were glad for the tartar sauce. The pasta was so overcooked our child refused to eat it. The pot roast was very fatty and extremely salty.
We would have ordered another round of drinks, but the waitress never returned to our table. We likely will not, either.
Permanently Closed - 100th Bomb Group offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (216) 267-1010.
Permanently Closed - 100th Bomb Group is rated 4.1 stars by 1071 OpenTable diners.
Permanently Closed - 100th Bomb Group does offer gift cards which you can purchase here https://srcloyalty.myguestaccount.com/guest/egift.