Explore the 3 freshest new businesses to launch in Beachwood

Explore the 3 freshest new businesses to launch in Beachwood
City Barbeque. | Photo: Amanda L./Yelp
By Hoodline - Published on March 26, 2019.

Want to explore the freshest new spots in Beachwood? From a smoothie shop to a barbecue joint, read on to see the newest hot spots to open for business recently.

Sipt Cafe

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Sipt Cafe is a cafe, offering juice and smoothies and more, that's located at 3365 Richmond Road, Suite 125. With 4.5 stars out of three reviews on Yelp, this new spot is catching the attention of locals.

According to its website, Sipt offers "locally-sourced, organic and seasonal ingredients" in its beverages and snacks. Featured menu items include smoothies, juices, acai bowls, breads and avocado toast. The business also seeks to enhance the overall well-being of customers by providing wellness-based programs and products.  

Yelper K.M. shared, "If you live on a vegan or vegetarian diet, this place is amazing. The most flavorful vegan food I've ever had."

City Barbeque

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Stop by 24325 Chagrin Blvd. and you'll find City Barbeque, a new spot to score barbecue and more. Yelpers give this business 3.5 stars out of 29 reviews so far.

Obviously, the restaurant's specialty is barbecue, but other complementary menu items, such as beef brisket, pulled pork, mac and cheese and vinegar slaw are also a hit. City Barbeque is known for its support of the community, from cash and food donations to participating in fundraisers.  

Yelper Christian H. wrote, "I visited on the grand opening and ordered the brisket, fries and collards. The brisket was cut clean and very moist. The fries were hand cut and crispy and the collards were fantastic."

Lindey's Lake House

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Lindey's Lake House is a new New American spot, offering tapas and pizza, that's located at 2101 Richmond Road, Suite L. With three stars out of 34 reviews on Yelp, this restaurant is gaining traction.

Lindey's prides itself on serving fresh, local, farm-to-table fare. Family-owned, the restaurant's menu features soups and salads, small plates, brick oven "cracker-thin" pizza and local favorites, such as fried chicken and lobster roll. Happy Hour is Monday through Friday from 4-7 p.m.

Yelper Alexandrea R. offered this review: "The fried chicken with Sriracha honey is great!"

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