Wild Eagle Saloon #2 Cleveland inspired Saloon, Beer Wall proposed message number #2 by www.ledsignz.com 216-475-9800
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Wild Eagle Saloon is a modern spin on a traditional saloon that features an Americana menu with a southern, home-style twist. The Saloon's two floors provide 6,400 square-feet of restored space that features several self-serve draft beer walls, varieties of gaming, high-definition televisions and live entertainment.
You are in control at Wild Eagle Saloon with the power to control your own drinks, what you eat, when you eat it, and where you eat it. Upon walking into the Saloon, you will be able to immediately place your food order bar-side, then seat yourself at the table of your choice. Wild Eagle Saloon will be open for lunch, happy hour, dinner, and of course late night.
Legend has it that in the late 18th century, General Moses Cleaveland and his group were surveying the area of the Northwest Territory. As they passed through Buffalo, they encountered a group of Native Americans.
The most boisterous of the group was referred to as ‘Wild Eagle’. As Cleaveland and his group left the Buffalo area, ‘Wild Eagle’ in his curious nature, followed them until they came upon the ‘crooked river’, where they knew they could plan a city, which was appropriately named Cleveland.
The map was drawn around present day Public Square and included Superior, Ontario and Huron streets. As ‘Wild Eagle’ watched in secrecy, he soon decided to settle in on what is now present day Huron Road. He quickly became known as the most uncontrollable, wildest incomer of Cleveland, yet the people of the area could not get enough of his unruliness.
Today we pay tribute to his defiant accolades through the Wild Eagle Saloon.
Wild Eagle Saloon #2 Cleveland inspired Saloon, Beer Wall proposed message number #2 by www.ledsignz