Cleveland Magazine’s Silver Spoon Awards Giveaway

Cleveland Magazine's Silver Spoon Awards Party to benefit the Arthritis Foundation

Silver Spoon 2013: May 15, 6-9pm

This May, Cleveland Magazine unveils their list of Northeast Ohio’s “Best Restaurants” as voted on by readers – from Best BBQ and Sunday Brunch to Best Small Plates and Wine List in the city.

The winning restaurants are then invited to showcase a signature dish at the Silver Spoon Awards Party on May 15.

I volunteered at Silver Spoon a couple years ago and I’m not exaggerating when I say it’s in my top 2 of favorite Cleveland tasting events.

And this year I’m downright giddy to host a
Silver Spoon Awards Party Giveaway!

Deagan's at the 2011 Cleveland Magazine Silver Spoon awards party

Deagan’s at the 2011 Silver Spoon Awards Party

The chefs always go all-out in their dishes and 2013 is going to be the biggest one yet with 40+ restaurants and 8 international winemakers taking over the InterContinental Cleveland.

A special VIP Lounge features exclusive food from Spice Kitchen + Bar and Hodge’s Cleveland, cocktails from Brown-Forman, Great Lakes beer tastings, organic liquor tastings from Watershed Distillery and a late night snack from Angelo’s Pizza.

Bid in the Silver Spoon Silent Auction and you could leave with one of the impressive packages they’ve put together: like a trip to New York City featuring tickets to ABC’s The Chew, an afternoon tour of NYC with Michael Symon, and dinner at Bar Americain!

This much fun may wear you out. So new this year, Caruso’s Coffee will be providing a specialty tasting station of Zack Bruell’s line of coffees.

And all of it benefits the Arthritis Foundation, Great Lakes Region, Northeastern Ohio!

Cleveland Magazine's Silver Spoon Award winner Sweet Melissa

Sweet Melissa’s delicious dessert tower at 2011 Silver Spoon Party

Proceeds from Silver Spoon fund critical arthritis research conducted at Northeast Ohio institutions, as well as local programs and services for the nearly one and a half million Northeast Ohioans with arthritis.

When we were at the Silver Spoon Ticket Kickoff last month, a young family spoke about the effect arthritis has on their life. Many people think arthritis only affects older people. In this family’s case, their daughter suffers from Juvenile Arthritis.

As they explained, a simple tumble while playing can trigger major problems and the Arthritis Foundation has been there for them every step of the way.

Learn more about the Foundation’s impact:

Silver Spoon tickets cost $85 ($100 at the door), VIP tickets $135 ($150 at the door) and can be purchased online. You can also enter to win 2 tickets in my Silver Spoon Giveaway!

There are 5 Easy Ways to Enter the Giveaway
**You must leave a separate comment on this post for each entry**

1) Check out the list of participating restaurants and leave a comment with your favorite.

2) Follow @SilverSpoonCLE and @ArthritisFouNEO on twitter and leave a comment on this post telling me you did.

3) If you’re a fan of Clue Into Cleveland on Facebook, leave a comment on this blog post letting me know. If you’re not yet a fan, you can become one here.

4) Tweet: “I want to party at the @SilverSpoonCLE awards on May 15! Enter @ADHicken’s giveaway and you could win 2 tickets:″. Get an extra entry each day for tweeting! (Each day you do this, you must leave a new comment.)

5) Subscribe to receive Clue Into Cleveland blog posts in your inbox or feed reader like Feedly and leave a comment letting me know you did. This can also include signing up to receive email notifications in the top-right “Subscribe” section of this page.

You have until Monday, April 29 at 11:59PM to enter. On Tuesday, April 30, I will select a winner using and will announce the winner’s name on my blog. Remember to leave a separate comment for each entry – good luck!

Disclosure: I was invited to attend the Silver Spoon Awards Party and give away 2 tickets on my blog. My opinions and the choice to post about this event are my own.

166 thoughts on “Cleveland Magazine’s Silver Spoon Awards Giveaway

  1. Laura B.

    So many great restaurants on the list. My favorite on the spot though is Spice. I love that they prepare so many foods from their very own garden. Also, they can produce from their garden for use in the winter.

  2. Mary Friedl

    I’m now a fan of Clue Into Cleveland on Facebook (not sure why I wasn’t before now). This is one of my favorite events also!

  3. Jim Bucci

    So many great places with great food, but I’ve had the best times at Light. Awesome Happy Hour…probably a little too good!

  4. Kristin

    Impressive list of restaurants makes it difficult to choose just one favorite but I think Georgetown tops my list…excellent food, service and an awesome patio.

  5. Jen D.

    I just had Sweet Melissa’s for the first time and LOVED it! Their brussell sprouts are amazing.

    I follow both on Twitter!

    Fan of Clue into Cleveland on Facebook and subscribe to email updates.

    And I tweeted!

  6. Kira

    I don’t know how anyone could just pick one of these amazing restaurants, but I will say the mushroom french toast at L’Albatros is probaly my favorite appetizer anywhere!

  7. Claudia

    Since their new location has a pick up window and I have 3 toddlers, my favorite restaurant right now is Sweet Melissa

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  9. Charity

    Too hard to pick one – tied between Deagans (crazy good seasonal flavors), Mama Roberto’s (Cheesesticks the size of a twinkie and insane!) and Melt (dude – it’s melted gooey cheesy goodness!).

  10. Michael C

    Phnom Penh is one of my favorites. It was one of my very first restaurants I went to when I moved to Cleveland many years ago.

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