The 100th Bomb Group Restaurant is positioned directly across from the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. The building offers a dramatic panoramic view of the departing and arriving air traffic. The interior is a rendition of a French farmhouse design done in a stately manor. Stucco walls bearing pictures and memorabilia of the Bomb Group and artifacts of the World War II era along with nicely finished oak wood trim accent this truly remarkable building.
The restaurant and banquet facility has a 236 seat dining room stepped to offer a view of the runways from almost any seat, and also has 5 private rooms for events such as rehearsal dinners, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, company receptions and more. The rooms can accommodate up to 320 guests.
The wedding patio is situated in front of the Rosenthal Room and directly next to the lower outdoor patios. Paved brick is laid in a herringbone style with short planters to wall in the patio enclosure.
The restaurant and banquet facility has a 236 seat dining room stepped to offer a view of the runways from almost any seat, and also has five private rooms.