Music: Beethoven on Tap

George Frederick Handel (1685-1759) is listed just north of the lamb chops. Beethoven is down by the shrimp, Hindemith to the left of the lobster. This unique wedding of calories to composers occurs on the menu of a restaurant in the Cleveland suburb of Shaker Heights, and it is dedicated to an intriguing proposition: if jazz can move into the concert hall, classical music can move into the bar.

The men behind the idea are Hal La Pine, a used-truck dealer, and Trucker Pat O'Neill, for the past seven months owners of La Pine's...

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