Dean Montrose and DJ Sputnik are creating an audio-visual techno music experience that will make the cafeteria line full of Salisbury steak and Polish sausage seem a million miles away. The restaurant known for old world Eastern European charm is going Euro chic.So will Bernie take off the apron and move to the beat?"With two artificial hips and two artificial knees? I'm lucky I can serve pierogis," he said.
Thanks to Christine Borne, editor-in-chief of The Cleveland Review, for bringing the article to my attention. The party is at Sokolowski's University Inn in Tremont. Anthony Bourdain of No Reservations fame went there with Rust Belt legend Harvey Pekar. Bourdain gushes about the retro feel of the place. This is bat shit crazy Cleveland.
Bourdain would prefer a punk rock show, turning his nose up at techno. Dig the aesthetic, Tony: