LAKEWOOD, Ohio - A local restaurant, MELT Bar & Grilled, will get the national spotlight treatment on a popular TV show.
In February, the Travel Channel show “Man V. Food” and its host Adam Richman came to Lakewood to accept the MELT challenge.
Richman attempted to devour a grilled sandwich with more than three pounds of cheese.
At the time, MELT owner Matt Fish said he was excited about the show.
“It was a privilege to have him here and be on the (Travel Channel). It’s great,” he said.
Richman also sat down with two Lake County women, who will appear in the episode. Annemarie Henderson of Timberlake and Stefanie Hoynes of Euclid showed they were true MELT fans, by displaying their grilled cheese tattoos.
People with such tattoos get a lifetime 20 percent discount at MELT.
Since the taping, MELT expanded, opening a second location in Cleveland Heights.
The episode of “Man V. Food” featuring Lakewood’s MELT airs at 9 p.m. Wednesday night on the Travel Channel.
Both the Lakewood and Cleveland Heights MELT locations will hold viewing parties for the episode, beginning at 7 p.m. Wednesday evening.
You can click on the link below to see a commercial for Wednesday’s episode.
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