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EDWINS
Restaurant

Monday through Saturday
5pm to Close

216.921.3333

BUTCHER SHOP

EDWINS
Bakery

Monday – Closed

Tuesday through Saturday
8am to 2pm

Sunday
10:30am to 1:30pm

216.675.0896

EDWINS
Butcher Shop

Wednesday through Friday
11am to 5pm

Saturday
11am to 4pm

Sunday – Tuesday  Closed

216.417.1100

edwins too

Thursday – Saturday
Dinner
5pm – 8pm

Saturday – Sunday Brunch
10:30am to 2pm

216.400.6091

Purchasing Gift Cards

Staying in for the time being? Help support EDWINS by purchasing a gift card now and join us for dinner or use it at the Butcher Shop or Bakery! Every little bit helps us achieve our mission of helping people start over with a second chance!

 

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Impacting Lives

Restaurant

Cleveland’s EDWINS Restaurant draws diners for its lauded classic French fare, but the best things to come out of its kitchen may be the formerly incarcerated adults who receive hospitality and culinary training through the eatery’s leadership institute.”

-The James Beard Foundation

Leadership

Chef Brandon Chrostowski of Edwin's - Clevelnad, OH

If you didn’t know its reason for being, it might strike you merely as a chic French restaurant with an impressive cheese cart and a bartender who knows what she’s doing.”

Tom Sietsema, The Washington Post

Institute

There is a quote on the back of each menu at EDWINS Leadership and Restaurant Institute: “At Edwins, we believe in second chances.” Its founder Brandon Chrostowski, himself the recipient of a “second chance,” used his to help to change the face of prison re-entry in Cleveland.

-Tara Jefferson, Anisfield-Wolf 
Memorial Award

Tradition & Passion

EDWINS Leadership & Restaurant Institute offers a unique approach at giving formerly incarcerated adults a foundation in the hospitality industry while providing a support network necessary for a successful reentry. EDWINS’ goal is to enhance Cleveland’s most vulnerable neighborhoods by helping to cultivate its future leaders.

 

“Every human being, regardless of their past, has the right to a fair and equal future.”

“Every human being regardless of their past has the right to a fair and equal future.”

BRANDON E. CHROSTOWSKI

Founder