CHAGRIN FALLS – State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) welcomed Bull & Bird Steakhouse to the Chagrin Falls community at their new 87 West Street location. Bull & Bird provides a trip into the past without missing an ounce of new found flavor by implementing European ambiance and taste.


“Congratulations to the Hyde Park Restaurant Group and the Bull & Bird Steakhouse team on the grand opening of their newest location in Chagrin Falls,” said Rep. Anielski. “It’s a nice place where people can go experience the ‘chef-inspired boutique steakhouse’ for themselves.”


“We are excited with the opening of Bull & Bird Steakhouse in Chagrin Falls. We’d like to thank Mayor Tomko and all the village agencies that helped us turn our vision into a reality,” said Owner, Joe Saccone. “We hope to create many wonderful memories for our guests and the community in the years to come.”


Bull & Bird’s dining room is complete with both booths and tables, including the addition of a covered patio accessible throughout all seasons of the year. Bull & Bird is open for evening dining Monday through Saturday. The Hyde Park Restaurant Group runs an additional twelve steakhouses across four states, several of which are in our home state of Ohio.

 
 
 
  
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