Cleveland chef takes history museum’s food into the future

Cleveland chef takes history museum’s food into the future

Zack Bruell brings fresh, flavorful food to the Cleveland Museum of Natural History and plans for the building’s expansion.

The millennial moms and dads who take their kids to marvel at dinosaur bones don’t want a museum snack bar that’s stuck in the Stone Age. When Cleveland chef and restaurateur Zack Bruell came on board a year ago to take over the foodservice operations at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, the existing food wasn’t quite prehistoric, but it certainly wasn’t very modern, either.

Predictable, processed kids’ fare and packaged snacks like chips and soda were the main elements,

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