Sterle’s Country House

Sterle’s Country House is old-school Cleveland, a big old-fashioned building with two sprawling rooms that can pack in a lot of families on Sundays and a lot of polka- and Slovenian food-loving patrons on Friday and Saturday evenings.

Opened in 1954 by Slovenian immigrant Frank Sterle, this place has always been known for its eastern European specialties: pierogies, schnitzel, chicken paprikash. New management has retained the atmosphere and the weekend polka bands (with some new younger faces along with the old-timers) and made the menu vegetarian-passable if not vegetarian-friendly. Szemerszky’s bier garden offers a place to enjoy casual eats and drinks at family-style picnic tables — weather permitting, of course.



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