(Continued from page 1) That restaurant is now the flagship of a growing company of foodservice and retail operations. Those include two-unit Noodlecat, which serves Sawyer’s interpretations of steamed buns, noodles and Asian-inspired entrées; Sawyer’s Street Frites, selling French fries at Cleveland Browns Stadium; and SeeSaw Pretzel Shoppe at the Quicken Loans Arena, home of the Cleveland Cavaliers, where he’s making signature Bavarian pretzels in flavors such ...

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