Escape from the big city to the French chateau setting of the 100th Bomb Group, nestled next to the runways of the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. With manicured grounds and sweeping views overlooking the runway, fire pits to cozy up to, putting green to play on, delectable menus and toast-worthy happy hour deals, there’s no wonder the 100th Bomb Group has been voted one of the top 10 patios in Cleveland by The Weekender.
100th Bomb Group is a lively and charming restaurant saluting World War II heroes while serving up contemporary twists on America’s favorite dishes. Open seven days a week, 100th Bomb Group welcomes you to wine and dine in our World War II-themed mess hall, exclusive Captain’s and Chef’s Tables, casual lounge and bar, bustling patio and sought-after Observation Deck. If you wish to join us for a special event, our dedicated team and five unique event rooms are available year-round for anything from small meetings to large weddings. Honoring service men and women is not just the theme of our establishment, it is a cause we are truly passionate about. In fact, our founder, David Tallichet served as a B17 co-pilot for the 100th Bomb Group in World War II. In addition to honoring the 100th Bomb Group, one of the worst casualties in the war, our display of authentic artifacts also showcases the Tuskegee airmen and Hollywood going to war. With wall-to-wall memorabilia and excitement around every corner, you’re guaranteed to find something new to love with every visit.