PEPPER PIKE, Ohio – Geracis Restaurant is completing 65 years in the market, giving back to the community.
From Thursday, July 1st to Wednesday, July 7th, Pepper Pike restaurant will donate 6.5% – an appropriate touch, huh? – to Greater Cleveland Food Bank.
The restaurant will have promotions and prizes throughout the week, and is open for dinner and take-out.
Pepper Pike Restaurant, at 29425 Chagrin Blvd., opened nearly three years ago. His other locations are the original at 2266 Warrensville Center Road, University Heights, and 6687 Wilson Mills Road, Mayfield Village.
Greg Spoth and his wife, Marti Geraci Spoth, own the restaurant. Marti’s parents opened the restaurant on July 2, 1956.
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