The British Broadcasting Company camped out at the Cleveland Heights restaurant on Election night.
Cleveland Heights Melt Bar & Grilled manager Jim Allison said Nov. 6 attracted a bigger crowd than what he normally sees on Tuesday night. That's because Melt announced that the BBC would broadcast live from the restaurant Election night. By 6:30 p.m., the bar area was packed and there was a wait for tables. Many people planned to camp out until the final results started rolling in. Browse the photos above to see highlights from the event.
Melt Bar & Grilled invites Republicans, Democrats and Independents to watch results roll in at the South Taylor and Cedar Road restaurant and bar.
Melt Bar & Grilled in Cleveland Heights invites people to watch the elections at the restaurant Tuesday, as it will feature a very special guest. The British Broadcasting Company (BBC) is broadcasting live from the South Taylor and Cedar Road restaurant, according to a press release about the event. The broadcast, a live television feed directly to England and the BBC-TV network, will begin at about 4 p.m. Nov. 6 and continue until about 2 a.m. Nov. 7, or until the election results are final. And on Monday, Nov. 5, the BBC will host a radio broadcast at the restaurant from 8 p.m. to midnight. "Melt was chosen to represent Cleveland based on the restaurant’s reputation as a place that draws a cross-section of the city," the press release …