Noble eatery makes changes but stays in the family
Doyle Fayne, the longtime owner of Moran’s Bistro, located at 2548 Noble Road (at the corner of Noble and Roanoke roads), has stepped aside to turn over the day-to-day operation of the establishment to his daughter, Shawnnell, and her husband, Michael.
Shawnnell and Michael Thomas have already put their stamp on the business, now called Mike’s Corner Deli.
The young entrepreneurs have created a fresh, bright look inside, and offer a new menu of over-stuffed sandwiches, wraps and paninis. Early morning patrons can enjoy a breakfast sandwich, as well. Sweeter options include a banana split.
The Noble Big Daddy sandwich ($13) will fill any large appetite with its stack of turkey, chicken, ham, roast beef, pastrami, bacon, a spring-mix of greens and melted cheese sauce. The Big Daddy comes, as do all sandwiches, with chips, a pickle and a drink.
Not to be outdone, the Noble Big Momma (also $13) changes things up with a stack of turkey, chicken, ham, corned beef, salami, bacon, greens and swiss cheese.
Mike’s Corner Deli also offers all of the popular deli standbys: Reubens, corned beef, clubs and heroes, along with meatball subs, gyros, and a variety of wraps that feature Romaine, spinach, or spring-mix greens rather than the tired iceberg lettuce. Customers also have the option of creating their own custom sandwich, wrap or panini. Prices start at around $5.
Mike’s Corner Deli (216-465-4852) is open Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., and offers both carry-out and limited dine-in service. Parking is available behind the building, as well as on the street.
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