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Travel Channel’s ‘Food Paradise’ filming in Cleveland this weekend

January 25, 2018 GMT

Travel Channel’s ‘Food Paradise’ filming in Cleveland this weekend

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The Travel Channel’s “Food Paradise” is coming to Cleveland to film segments this weekend at two popular Cleveland restaurants.

On Saturday evening, Jan. 27, cameras will be at Fahrenheit (2417 Professor Ave), chef Rocco Whalen revealed on Instagram. The show moves on to Greenhouse Tavern (2038 E. 4th St.) on Sunday, Jan. 28 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. The restaurant said diners who want to be on TV can call for reservations.

This Saturday @fahrenheitcleveland ...... loud and proud is all I ask if you make it 2 #Tremont ...A post shared by Rocco Whalen (@rock1chef) on Jan 23, 2018 at 8:41am PST

Attention #Cleveland - We’re hosting Travel Channel’s Food Paradise this Sunday, January 28th from 11-2. Come be a part of the taping! pic.twitter.com/9ybro75qym— Greenhouse Tavern (@thegreenhouse) January 25, 2018

Episodes of “Food Paradise,” which seem to air on a loop on weekends, focus on a singular theme (think barbecue, burgers, fried foods, etc.,) and not a particular city. It isn’t known which specific dishes attracted the show here, but you can speculate based on the restaurants’ television appearances in the past. Both Greenhouse Tavern’s Roasted Pig Head and Fahrenheit’s Cleveland Nachos have been featured previously on Food Network.

No word on when the segments will air. “Food Paradise” airs new episodes Sundays at 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. on Travel Channel.