Come 2018, diners in Cleveland, Ohio will be able to get a taste of Miami pizza when Michael Schwartz and the Genuine Hospitality Group open the doors to the first Harry’s Pizzeria outside of the Sunshine State.
The five-year-old, mini chain already has two locations in Miami (with a third on its way in Downtown Dadeland), and is currently in expansion mode, planning 20 more locations both in and outside of Florida in the next four years.
The Cleveland location of Harry’s Pizzeria will take up shop in the Van Aken District in the Shaker Heights community less than nine miles east of the Cleveland city center. It’ll feature a similar menu to its Miami counterparts with pizzas, snacks, salads, daily specials and dessert.
Schwartz has certainly been keeping himself busy in the past few months, in addition to expanding Harry’s Pizzeria, he recently opened Fi’lia in the SLS Brickell (which is also heading to Los Angeles), and has restaurants in the works at Edgewater’s Paraiso Bay in 2017 and Coconut Grove’s Park Grove in 2018.