Restaurant open to the public Wednesday & Thursday
from 11 am to 1 pm on the East Tech Campus
Reservations required, call 216-838-CHEF (2433) - voicemail can be left
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Grades 10-12Imagine a school where you can learn to run a restaurant or a food truck.That’s the real-world advantage of attending Cleveland Culinary Arts; a program where you’ll connect your school learning to experience in the workplace through job shadowing, internships and operating the student-run restaurant The Executive Grille.We offer:
- A small, personalized environment
- Applied learning opportunities
- Partnerships with businesses to solve real-world problems for authentic learning
- A focus on 21st Century skills students need to succeed in college and life
- A culture of teamwork, critical thinking, communications, collaboration and creativity
- A rigorous interdisciplinary curriculum
- An opportunity to earn industry credentials
Grille in the News
New in Town: Jason Mikell visits The Executive Grille at Cleveland's East Tech High School
May 10, 2023 - WKYC - Inside the Cleveland Metropolitan School District's East Tech High School campus, you'll find a welcoming restaurant perfect for lunch: The Executive Grille: run by students enrolled in the district's Cleveland Culinary Arts program.
KICKIN' IT WITH KENNY Student-run restaurant cooking up success at East Tech High School
March 2, 2023 - Fox 8 - Kenny Crumpton visits The Executive Grille, a student-run restaurant at East Tech High School, that is part of the Cleveland Municipal School District’s Culinary Arts Program.
Chef's students are cooking with Zoom (Photo gallery)
1/10/2021 -- For Michael Szalkowski, teaching students in remote learning is like hosting a cooking show. He has started what he refers to as his “own little Food Network program.”
Jane Addams culinary students doing their holiday baking (Photo gallery)
Students in the school’s culinary program are busy year round, but this is a peak season. They are filling orders for holiday cookies, a workload that typically adds up to 350 to 400 pounds.
Excellence in Teaching winners announced (Photo gallery, video)
This is the third year for the awards, a partnership between the George Gund and Cleveland foundations, the District and the Cleveland Teachers Union. The goal is to spread best practices by honoring teachers who set a standard of excellence and serve as an example for their peers.
Address:2439 East 55th StCleveland, OH 44104216.838.CHEFBuilding Principals:
Erin FrewStudent Hours:8:35 a.m. - 3:05 p.m.Ward: 5
The lunch was FANTASTIC!!! The chips were so fresh, and the dressing was very zesty. Thank you, so much!
Your CMSD Scholar staff did a great job!Thank you!Rojeana Howell-CurtisEducator: NSL Coach & Mentor