Maximum Capacity: 460 people
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In 1954, Frank Sterle, an immigrant from Ljubljana, Slovenia, founded his Slovenian Country House with a small building on East 55th Street, a few picnic tables, and only one waitress. Sterle managed to create a Cleveland Landmark known for not only great food, but world-class polka performances, featuring notable artists such as Joey Miskulin, Johnny Vadnal, “Waltz King” Lou Trebar and “King of Polka” Frankie Yankovic.
With a modern take on schnitzel, great bands and a large selection of craft brews, Sterle’s continues to be the landmark that it is while also becoming a favorite for a new generation of Clevelanders. In addition to serving lunch and dinner Sterle's has a banquet hall and can provide catering, private events in the Bier Garden. A Food Truck can be reserved for private events as well.
Sterle's Country House, Cleveland
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Sterle's Country House