Cleveland Restaurants Band Together to Offer Charles Ramsey Free Burgers For Life

Washington,DC- MAY 11   Charles Ramsey poses for customers at Ben's Chili Bowl in downtown DC. Talk Show Host Rock Newman who brought Ramsey to town. Ramsey has been hailed a hero for his efforts to free the three women held against their will by Ariel Castro. (Photo by Lucian Perkins/For The Washington Post via Getty Images)
Washington, D.C. – May 11, 2013
Charles Ramsey poses for customers at D.C.’s famous Ben’s Chili Bowl where many celebrities, including the president, have eaten as a sort of requirement when visiting the capital city. 
(Photo by Lucian Perkins/For The Washington Post via Getty Images)

We were so happy to learn that Charles Ramsey is still being celebrated throughout the Cleveland area.  And not only is he still being honored, but food is being served.

Numerous restaurants in the Cleveland area, as well as one in Pennsylvania, have banded together in a sort of  “Free Food for Ramsey” alliance. The idea blossomed from the Hodges restaurant where Ramsey works as a dishwasher.  Chef-co-owner Chris Hodgson came up with the Ramsey burger which Hodgson describes as “an 8-ounce burger of Certified Angus Beef, with a secret sauce,” according to the Cleveland.com.

Hodges restaurant where Charles Ramsey is a dishwasher, came up with the "Ramsey Burger" which has now been added to their menu in honor of hero Charles Ramsey.
Hodges restaurant where Charles Ramsey is a dishwasher, came up with the “Ramsey Burger” which has now been added to their menu in honor of hero Charles Ramsey.

The restaurants that are offering free food to Ramsey for the rest of his life (and/or as long as they’re in business) are:  AMP 150 at the Marriott Cleveland Airport; Washington Place Bistro and Inn in Little Italy; Fahrenheit restaurant in Tremont; Market Garden Brewery, Bier Markt, Bar Cento and Nano Brew in Ohio City; Welshfield Inn in Troy Township; Hodges and Pura Vida in downtown Cleveland; 87 West at Crocker Park in Westlake; Orchard House restaurant in Brunswick; Flour restaurant in Moreland Hills, and the Allegheny Grille in Foxburg, Pennsylvania.

What a wonderful tribute to him. Everyone enjoys good food and we hope that their fare beats the Big Mac he stopped eating to save Amanda Berry and her daughter, along with Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight.
By the way, what’s going on with McDonald’s? Haven’t heard their corporate offices reach out to him yet.  Take notes, McDonald’s!

But with this free food deal, I wonder if he’ll be allowed a plus one. Read more here.

-J.C. Brooks

 

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