By Brian Albrecht, The Plain Dealer
The International Exposition (I-X) Center is building the best bistro that ever refueled a jet.
In the not-so-near future, a Cold War-era Boeing KC-97G Stratofreighter will be parked on the south side of the I-X Center and open as a 50-seat restaurant and lounge.
The aircraft, which once refueled military fighter planes in midair, and saw duty with the Ohio Air National Guard from 1963-1968, had been mothballed in Arizona for nearly 40 years before it was purchased last year by the I-X Center.
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