By The Associated Press
Vice President Joe Biden enjoyed lunch Tuesday at Cleveland's Landmark restaurant, a greasy spoon that often attracts factory workers, municipal employees and regulars from a neighborhood of African Americans, eastern Europeans, Middle Eastern immigrants and Spanish speakers.
Biden, accompanied by his wife and other family members - including several grandchildren - stopped at the blue-collar lunch counter to eat and shake hands in the ethnic Cleveland neighborhood.
"It's the iconic Cleveland restaurant," Cleveland Councilman Joe Cimperman said.
- Matt Rourke
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