CLEVELAND - Cleveland's top chefs are bringing their talents to Cleveland Browns Stadium.
On Monday, the Browns announced Michael Symon, Rocco Whalen and Jonathon Sawyer will all be working under one roof.
Each chef will have two locations in the Lakeview and Cityview Club Level areas.
Symon, host of ABC's The Chew and owner of a number of northeast Ohio restaurants, including Lola, Lolita, and B Spot, will open a new B Spot stand at the stadium.
"Burgers, brats and Browns football. I have been a Cleveland Browns fan my whole life and it is an honor to now partner with them," said Symon. "I am excited to team with ARAMARK and chefs Whalen and Sawyer to offer a game day experience that is second to none."
Whalen, who recently appeared on Food Network's Fat Chef and owns Fahrenheit, will open Rosie & Rocco's.
"I am grateful for the opportunity to partner with the Browns and ARAMARK and to cook for the team and fans that I grew up with. The only thing I love more than football is food and with Symon, Sawyer and Whalen in-the-house, the Browns now have an even bigger home field advantage," said Whalen.
Sawyer, owner of Greenhouse Tavern and Noodlecat restaurants, will debut a brand new eatery, Sawyer's Street Frites.
"As a proud Clevelander, I'm looking forward to serving Browns fans," said Chef Sawyer. "Michael, Rocco and I are ready for the season to start and to transform Cleveland Browns Stadium into one of the best culinary experiences in all of sports."
The stands are expected to open in time for the Kenny Chesney/Tim McGraw concert on Sunday, July 29.
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