About Cleveland

Sitting on the shores of Lake Erie, Cleveland is about as Midwest as Midwest gets. Part of a cluster that includes Akron, Youngstown, Canton and Toledo, Cleveland is no longer Ohio's biggest city (a distinction that now belongs to Columbus), but it is Ohio's center of culture and activity.

Downtown

It is hard to imagine many places in the world having undergone the type of face-lift Cleveland experienced over a 15-year period. From the 1980s to the mid-1990s, the dirty, damp and dingy steel town was transformed into a shiny new lakeside spectacle. A skyline once filled with smokestacks now boasts glowing towers, shiny stadiums and a host of modern museums and shopping centers. Progressive Field, Quicken Loans Arena, and Cleveland Browns Stadium, along with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and Great Lakes Science Center, are the architectural and cultural creations that define downtown's rebirth. The Key Tower, a skyscraper built since the mid-1980s, joins the 70-year-old Terminal Tower to give Cleveland a skyline that reflects both its history and its future.

The Flats

Located down the hill from downtown on the very near-west side of the city, the Flats has been reborn with the rest of the city. The clean-up of the once-burning Cuyahoga River has coincided with the emergence of this entertainment district. Highlighted by such establishments as Howl at the Moon Saloon and McCarthy's, the Flats is where you will find Cleveland's most active nightlife. The Nautica Pavilion offers outdoor concerts by popular national acts throughout the summer, while you can find laughter year-round at Cleveland Improv. The Flats is located near the mouth of the Cuyahoga, a few meanders north of the steel belt, where a handful of refineries are still productive.

University Circle

Centered around the prestigious Case Western Reserve University, this enclave about 4 miles east of downtown is a haven for museum-goers, as well as those looking for quaint shops and cozy eateries. Home to no fewer than nine museums, including Cleveland Museum of Art, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History and Western Reserve Historical Society, the neighborhood has an almost Smithsonian feel. Culture-seekers are not limited to museums. Visitors to University Circle will find Severance Hall, home of the Cleveland Orchestra and the Cleveland Play House. Those not taking in a show can rest their feet at the Chicago Deli and Restaurant.

Ohio City

One of the oldest neighborhoods in the Cleveland area, Ohio City was originally settled by German and Irish immigrants. Today, it's home to more than 15 ethnic groups, making it the most ethnically diverse neighborhood in the city. This was also the birthplace of football legend John Heismann. Ohio City also includes the Market Square District and the West Side Market, each about a century old and always crowded with visitors. This area is home to many fabulous restaurants, as well as places like The Great Lakes Brewing Company, which features home brews and fine foods and is one of the more popular places for locals to gather.

Tremont

Located about five miles from Lake Erie, directly south of downtown, Tremont is populated by mostly Greek families. This area treats you to some of the best views of downtown Cleveland and the Flats. Enjoy a show at the Masonic Auditorium, once the home of the Cleveland Orchestra. The ultimate Tremont dining experience comes in the form of Lago Restaurant & Wine Bar. There are many small lodging options, such as Lincoln Inn, in this area as well.

East Side and West Side

Such "new" suburbs as Westlake, Rocky River, Bay Village, Strongsville and Middleburg Heights represent a good portion of the population that left Cleveland but did not go very far. This booming area continues to grow, with the sprawl continuing as far west as Vermilion and beyond and as far south as Medina. Cleveland Heights, Shaker Heights, Newburg Heights, Maple Heights, Cuyahoga Heights and Garfield Heights highlight an area of ethnically diverse communities. Newer "burbs" such as Solon, Brecksville and Sagamore Hills bridge the gap between Cleveland and Akron, which sits about 25 miles to the south. Travel east or west from downtown and you will find the signs of urban flight: strip malls, fast food stores and every other chain retailer imaginable.

 

  • Rock & Roll Hall of Fame & Museum

    1100 Rock and Roll Boulevard Cleveland, OH 44114 United States - Phone: +1 216 781 7625
    When Cleveland disc jockey Alan Freed coined the phrase “rock and roll,” he was laying the foundation for a cultural phenomenon and, incidentally, this museum. In 1986, three years after the creation of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation, Cleveland became the home of the dramatic glass and steel pyramid called the Rock Hall, designed by the architect I. M. Pei. With an impressive multimedia permanent collection and continually changing temporary exhibitions, visitors can enjoy listening to songs, watching films, and looking at rock memorabilia ranging from a Cub Scout shirt worn by Jim Morrison to Madonna's bustier.
  • Cleveland Botanical Garden

    11030 East Boulevard Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 721 1600
    This is the nation's oldest civic garden, dating back to 1930. It is divided into herb, wildflower, rose, perennial and Japanese gardens. More than 3000 species of trees and shrubs fill the garden. This non-profit community resource center offers information on landscaping and horticulture. The garden library has a section for youngsters, and visitors can choose from several programs such as preschoolers' story times, crafts and gardening classes.
  • Terminal Tower

    50 Public Square Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 621 6060 / +1 216 623 4750
    The Terminal Tower was once the tallest building in Cleveland. Today it is dwarfed by newer buildings, but it's still the most recognizable image on the downtown Cleveland skyline. Sitting on the south end of downtown in the center of Public Square, it is still a popular meeting spot that houses one of the area's biggest department stores, a mall, food court, multiple movie theaters, and, of course, the train station. The 52-story building was constructed in 1930, at the time when skyscrapers were in their infancy. The 42nd floor observation deck offers clear views of most of the Cleveland area and, legend has it, Canada on a clear day.
  • Toledo Zoo

    2700 Broadway Street Toledo, OH 43614 United States - Phone: +1 419 385 5721
    Located just south of the state border in Ohio, Toledo Zoo has been a staple for families and young ones who are curious of the animals around the world. Lions, Tigers, Giraffes, Elephants, Gorillas, and more are all represented. The park has recently undergone a "No Smoking" rule, so please leave all your "smokeables" at home.
  • CSU Theater Arts Building

    1833 East 23rd Street Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 687 2113
    The CSU Theater Arts Building is home to the campus of the Cleveland State University or CSU as it is called. The university runs a Dramatic Arts program that puts up performances and equips its graduates adequately to enter the theatrical profession. Auditions for many movies are held here too as the University is home to budding talent that is sure to make it big in the field of dramatics.
  • Lyman Harbor

    1615 First Street Sandusky, OH 44870 United States - Phone: +1 419 625 9626
    Lyman Harbor is a huge entertainment complex that houses brilliant marina facilities along with shops, restaurants and concerts-venue for a complete fun experience. Lyman Harbor, a former venue for boat works, encompasses an air of history lingering around that area with much presence even today. There are some structures here, originally built during the 1930s, that still stand strong, delivering a welcoming statement to the boat owners. It's a great place to enjoy by the bay.
  • CSU University Center

    2121 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 687 2113
    Located on the Cleveland State University campus, the CSU University Center houses a number of lunchtime restaurants among other things, including venues for exhibitions and shows. Various events like Poetry Slam Contests and other cultural events are conducted here. The Center even has a Conference Room in the basement where various club meeting are held.
  • Progressive Field

    2401 Ontario Street Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 420 4200

    Progressive Field (formerly known as Jacobs Field) is a fantastic facility created explicitly for baseball. It has become one of the well known landmarks of the city. With 122 suites and a seating capacity of 43,545, it is a great home for all of Clevelend's baseball heroes. Progressive Field is a very unique venue for holding events such as a meeting or a large-scale celebration. Gourmet catering is also offered and the meeting rooms are very well-equipped, as are the banquet facilities.

  • Harkness Chapel

    11200 Bellflower Road Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 368 2400
    A visit to Cleveland and you surely cant miss its famous landmarks. Situated in Case Western Reserve University, Harkness Chapel, is one such attraction, with its architectural splendor. Built in the honor of the daughter of Harkness Fortune, this famous building has undergone major renovations since 1902. And 1990 marks the year when this building was refurbished to introduce an enlarged stage and state-of-art lighting and audio-recording equipment. This place has been a venue for major events like honors assemblies and special convocations. But the power-packed recitals and concerts, is what draws the major crowd of students here.
  • Sandusky Bay Pavilion

    605 East Water Street Sandusky, OH 44870 United States - Phone: +1 419 627 5844
    Sandusky Bay Pavilion is a celebrated place for music shows and performing arts events. The venue lies under the administration of the City of Sandusky and provides for good entertainment for people to relish and un-tighten here. Sandusky Bay Pavilion comprises large grounds that hold festivals, fairs and flea markets, looking over the lovely Lake Eerie and the nearby attractions. The Pavilion has requisite arrangements for disabled, so that all can enjoy the fun without any inhibitions.
  • Voinovich Park

    800 East 9th Street Cleveland, OH 44114 United States - Phone: +1 216 875 6600
    Located behind the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum and the Great Lakes Science Center, Voinovich Bicentennial Park is an important landmark for the people of Cleveland. At this quaint park you can take your dog for a walk or simply relax in the shade. Many major events like the Cleveland Wine Festival have taken place here. This is a wonderful place to cool off in the shade of the trees after spending a tiring day in the city.
  • Whiskey Island Marina

    2800 Whiskey Island Cleveland, OH 44102 United States - Phone: +1 212 631 1800
    Whiskey Island Marina is not only a place to dock boats, it has something more to offer, with a variety of events and activities for the entire family. The panoramic views of lake Erie and the city are breathtaking and add to the entire sight-seeing experience. The Whiskey Island Marina also houses Sunset Grill which was voted Best Island Bar in 2007. Head here for fun, great views and good food. This is a great spot to soak up some sun during an indulgent weekend.
  • Sandusky High School

    2130 Hayes Avenue Sandusky, OH 44870 United States - Phone: +1 419 621 2744
    Sandusky High School, like the other schools, strides towards educating children so as to prepare them to be able to live well in the society. You will certainly appreciate the standard of course curriculum at Sandusky High School. And while there's academics and sports, emphasis is also given to extra-curricular activities like dance, music and plays. Events like concerts are also held at the school auditorium. For more information you can call the school at the number given.
  • St. Mary's Chapel at St. Ignatius High School

    1911 West 30th Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 651 0222
    The beautiful St. Mary's Chapel is located within the St. Ignatius High School at Cleveland, Ohio. While the high school itself is extremely famous in the city and has various academic options and sports facilities, the St. Mary's Chapel stands out for its beautiful architecture and serene ambience. Various school choirs and functions are held at the Chapel, such as the Masses, Liturgy and Sacraments.
  • Thistledown

    21501 Emery Road Cleveland, OH 44128 United States - Phone: +1 216 662 8600
    Enjoy watching horses race against each other? If so head straight to Thistledown in Cleveland. Various derbys are held here on a regular basis, from the Ohio Derby to Belmont Day and more. This spectacular race track has some excellent facilities such as a gifts shop where one can purchase souvenirs and trinkets. The Silk restaurant is a good stop-over for refreshments and to enjoy a delicious meal. Put your money on a horse and hope he brings you some luck. Definitely a place for luck-spinners and for those looking for an adventurous time! Opens everyday at 11:30a.
  • Port of Cleveland

    1375 East Ninth Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 241 8004
    Port of Cleveland is located in the tourist hot-spot, North Coast Harbor. It is the trading zone and an important factor in the country's economy. The modern and latest equipments are installed here. Pick-up trucks, loading and unloading of cargo is a common sight on the commercial dock. Visitors and locals flock to this port to witness the Tall Ships festival, where in people are in awe of the vessels exhibited. Catch the action, with the boat races going on. It will relocated to the landfill at East 55th Street.
  • Battery Park Marina

    701 East Water Street Sandusky, OH 44870 United States - Phone: +1 419 625 6142
    Close to Cedar Point and on Sandusky Bay, this place has a lot to offer boat owners and visitors, such as great views, a number of services, a restaurant, and a convenient store. A five-acre park with a pavilion and a private heated swimming pool and tennis courts provide a host of recreational activities, including the events held regularly at Battery Park. Many people come to this place for a day of fun heading out on the water for a pleasant evening cruise.
  • Erie County Fairgrounds

    3110 Columbus Avenue Sandusky, OH 44870 United States - Phone: +1 419 625 1000
    Located in the beautiful city of Sandusky, Erie County Fairgrounds was opened to promote the Erie Community. The very famous Erie County Fair is held here with a lot of activity for children and adults alike. They even have special days at the venue making it a nice location for a family picnic and a day of fun and frolic. There is a shuttle upto the Erie Fair every 20 minutes which is operated by the Sandusky Transit System. The Fairgrounds is also rented out for events and function and even for Winter Storage of vehicles and boats.
  • Ghostly Manor

    3319 Milan Road Sandusky, OH 44870 United States - Phone: +1 419 626 4467
    Do you enjoy thrill shrieks and spooks? Then you have to visit this mansion. Considered as the most scariest haunted houses, the Ghostly Manor has it all—white clad withes, spooky ghosts, skeletons and many surprises. With many new ideas, props and scary things added each year, this place gets spookier each time. Be on your guard, as the ghosts turn up from anywhere and are bound to leave the toughest of souls running for cover. Ghostly Manor is not recommended for heart patients and those with a phobia of ghosts. Children above the age of 10 are allowed inside.
  • A Christmas Story House

    3159 West 11th Street Cleveland, OH 44109 United States - Phone: +1 216 298 4919
    The house built for the filming of A Christmas Story is now open for people to visit and explore. Check out the leg lamp that has become so popular since the movie made its debut. A museum and a gift shop are located across the street. The gift shop has jewelry, mugs, souvenirs, leg lamps, t-shirts, and even Lifebuoy soap. The merchandise that you buy here can be delivered to your home as well. 
  • John Johnson Farm

    6203 Pioneer Trail Hiram, OH 44234 United States - Phone: +1 330 569 3374
    John Johnson Farm is a prime site in the Hiram Township in Portage County in Ohio. It occupies immense monumental value and is surrounded by a lavish farmland, rolling hills and woods. From 1831 to 1832, the site served as the Joseph Smith's Church of Christ. It is a fine representation of the Colonial architectural style and is a stern structure even today, more than a century after its construction. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
  • The Quaker Square Inn at the University of Akron

    135 South Broadway Akron, OH 44325 United States - Phone: +1 330 972 7111
    Formerly the silo for the Quaker Oats Company till 1970, the unique building served as a hotel under various names. Famous for offering unique perfect round rooms, the building was known as Hilton hotel, Crowne Plaza hotel and more recently Quaker Square Inn at The University of Akron. The University of Akron purchased the entire property to convert it into residence and dormitory halls for its students. The remarkable structure still attracts many eyeballs and is one of the major landmarks of the area.
  • Howard M. Metzenbaum U.S. Courthouse

    201 Superior Avenue Cleveland, OH 44114 United States - Phone: +1 216 522 8165
    The Howard M. Metzenbaum, formerly known as the Old Federal Building and Post Office, comprises of the district court and several civic department. The building consists of a conference room on the fifth floor that can accommodate approximately 25 people. This magnificent Classical Revival structure is featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

    3900 Wildlife Way Cleveland, OH 44109 United States - Phone: +1 216 661 6500
    If you have the desire to explore the beautiful world of flora and fauna, the best way to do it would be to head to Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. The zoo consists of more than 3000 animals and 600 species. Many events take place here which are educational and entertaining. You can also organize a private event here. The admission fees differ seasonally. Check the website or call ahead for further details regarding rates, credit card usage and future events.
  • West Side Market

    1979 West 25th Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 664 3387
    Need some fresh veggies to cook up some food for your family on a special day? Then head to the popular West Side Market which stocks the best of vegetables. The market not only offers fresh vegetable produce but also fresh seafood, numerous bakeries, cafes, and fresh meat stalls. West Side is your one stop shop for all your food necessities. Shops include Crepes de Luxe, The Cheese Shop and Maria's Fresh Produce to name a few. Even though some outlets here accept credit cards, it would be better to bring cash to avoid disappointment. 
  • Great Lakes Brewing Co.

    2516 Market Avenue Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 771 4404
    Great Lakes Brewing Co. is a brewery, pub and contains a gift shop too. The brewery, housed in a Victorian-style building, serves up some delicious sandwiches, burgers, salads, appetizers and more. The calamari is a local favorite. If you are not sure of the best beer that could be paired with your choice of appetizer then go for the recommended ones listed on the menu. The hours of the gift shop, bar and restaurant at this establishment are different. Check the website or call ahead for further information about tours of the brewery.
  • Geauga Lake's Wildwater Kingdom

    1100 Squires Road Aurora, OH 44202 United States - Phone: +1 330 562 8303
    Six Flags, who re-structured the place, renamed it Six Flags World of Adventure. It was in 2004 when Cedar Fair bought the same and finally Geauga Lake's Wildwater Kingdom was born. The place like any other waterpark is replete with numerous slides and swimming pools. Spaces like the Coral cove, Thunder Falls, Splash landing and Liquid Lightening will ensure that you and your family will have a great time. Swimming lessons too are provided. With so many rides and activities hunger pangs are sure to show up; restaurants Big Daddy's, Cabanas, Coconut cove and the rest take care of all hunger cravings. Check the website or call ahead for information about varying open hours.
  • Playhouse Square

    1501 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 771 4444(Tourist Information) /+1 216 241 6000(Tickets)
    Theater lovers and art enthusiasts lovingly named the stretch between East 14th Street and East 17th Street Playhouse Square, for this is where the great Cleveland playhouses were located. Playhouse Square houses several famed theaters: the Ohio Theatre, the Allen Theater, the State Theater and the Palace Theater. Later on the Hanna Theatre was reopened. If you are interested in the arts, plan an evening here while visiting Cleveland.
  • Cleveland Public Library

    325 Superior Avenue North East Cleveland, OH 44114 United States - Phone: +1 216 623 2800
    This expansive library can be dubbed as a center for learning and taking the love for books to another level. In its aim to expand the learning experience, The Cleveland Public Library has many branches under various names. The main building built as early as 1925 is located on 325 Superior Avenue North East and is divided into many departments. You will find books and more books relating to varied subjects and ideologies. Events, classes and programs are held at the historic library from time to time. Check the website for more details, regarding different branches and events.
  • The Arcade

    401 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44114 United States - Phone: +1 216 696 1408
    The Arcade opened as early as in 1890 and was the first indoor shopping center in America. It still sports a Victorian facade and consists of three buildings with a glass skylight spanning over four balconies. Restaurants include Chocolate Bar, Greek Express and Presto Sandwiches among numerous others. Stores include flower shops, clinics, clothing boutiques and more. The space is available for events, too. 
  • Old Stone Church

    91 Public Square Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 241 6145
    Designed by architects Charles Heard and Simeon Porter, the Old Stone Church was first established as The First Presbyterian Society in 1897. Disastrous fires forced the church to undergo a restoration after which it regained its beautiful Romanesque appeal. Today as you enter the church, a certain feeling of peace can be found. Also, the stained glass windows and the magnificent organ get the attention of those who appreciate architectural excellence. The church organizes many programs and lectures. 
  • Central YMCA

    2200 Prospect Avenue Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 344 0095
    Designed as a historic building, it was later on refurbished for residential purposes. The Central YMCA was designed by the Cleveland architectural firm Hubbell & Benes in 1911. With the passage of time, the building's location was used by the Cleveland YMCA School of Technology, which ultimately became Cleveland State University in 1964. The YMCA was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984, and the building was purchased by Cleveland State University in September 2009. After renovation, the building emerged as the Heritage Suites student apartments. Ever since its inception, the YMCA has offered a wide range of quality programs on fitness, education, civic services, and community health and well-being.
  • Cedar Point

    One Cedar Point Road Sandusky, OH 44870 United States - Phone: +1 419 627 2350
    Qualifying as one of the best amusement parks in the United States is the Cedar Point located at Sandusky. Built in the latter part of the 19th Century, the park is upgraded time and again for providing the best entertainment experience. World-famous for its roller-coasters, the family park has something in store for everyone. From musical shows to tame slides and children rides, it assures a fun-filled day. The park features a fully equipped hotel along with a large campground on-location. Get to the park for a fun get-together, experience the high intensity rides, dine at the restaurant and indulge in some real fun and excitement. Hours to the park usually vary on a daily basis. Check website for more details or call ahead.
  • USS Cod Submarine Memorial

    1089 East 9th Street Cleveland, OH 44114 United States - Phone: +1 216 566 8770
    Moored along the Cleveland coast of Lake Erie, the USS Cod Submarine is a National Historic Landmark that served during World War II. The submarine was built by the Electric Boat Company in 1942 and was involved in the first submarine-to-submarine rescue in 1945 that saved the crew of a Dutch submarine. Open between the months of May and September, you can climb through the narrow hatches to enter the living quarters of the crew and even torpedo rooms on the 312-foot submarine. 
  • Coulby Park

    28730 Ridge Road Wickliffe, OH 44092 United States - Phone: +1 440 944 4014
    Coulby Park is the main city park in the city of Wickliffe. It boasts a number of diverse recreational facilities most notably the Outdoor Family Aquatic Center where city residents stop by for a refreshing swim. Well-lit basketball, volleyball and tennis courts along with facilities like barbecue grills, fishing ponds, picnic tables and a kids playground, makes a visit here suitable for all. Call for details.
  • Portage Lakes State Park

    5031 Manchester Road Akron, OH 44319 United States - Phone: +1 330 644 2220 / +1 866 644 6727(Reservations)
  • Edgewater Park

    6500 Cleveland Memorial Shoreway Cleveland, OH 44102 United States
  • Spillway Pool Picnic Area

    Off West Drive Hinckley Township, OH 44233 United States - Phone: +1 216 351 0808
  • Lakewood Park

    Corner of Lake Avenue and Belle Avenue Lakewood, OH 44107 United States - Phone: +1 216 529 5697
  • Emerald Corporate Park

    20445 Emerald Parkway Drive South West Cleveland, OH 44135 United States
  • Nelson Ledges Quarry Park

    12001 Nelson Ledge Road Garrettsville, OH 44231 United States - Phone: +1 440 548 2716
    Nestled among the sprawling woods in the Nelson Township, the Nelson Ledges Quarry Park is spread over 250 acres (101.1 hectares). A paradise for any adventure-seeker or nature lover, this park is great to spend a day in the woods, hiking, swimming in the lake, or camping with the whole family. Also, the park also plays host to a number of music festivals throughout the year, so do see the website to plan your visit.
  • Oberlin College

    52 West Lorain Street Oberlin, OH 44074 United States - Phone: +1 440 775 8121
    One of the premier liberal arts colleges in the country, Oberlin College was founded in 1833, and since then has grown to respectable status in the field of education. As a higher education provider, Oberlin College has supported education to one and all, regardless of any barriers, and was a pioneer in promoting and providing education to African Americans and women. The college today offers an extensive syllabus, and is also home to the oldest running music conservatory in the country. See the website or call to know more.
  • Fairport Harbor Marine Museum and Lighthouse

    129 Second Street Fairpoint Harbor, OH 44077 United States - Phone: +1 440 354 4825(Tourist Information)
    Known as, "the lighthouse that shown for a hundred years," Fairport Harbor Lighthouse was once a beacon of hope for escaped slaves as the last stop on the Underground Railroad. The preservation of this historic lighthouse has been an uphill battle, having undergone numerous renovations to the tower and keepers dwelling. Opening in 1945, the lighthouse marine museum was the first of its kind in the country. Here visitors can view historic pictures of the lighthouse, read logs of vessels guided, and even walk through the area where runaway slaves sought safety. Tours are available May through November, with school tours also available for a small fee.
  • Historic Coast Guard Station

    Whiskey Island Cleveland, OH 44102 United States - Phone: +1 216 904 9456
    Whiskey Island is a region in Cleveland, located at the mouth of the Cuyahoga River, there are many attractions on this peninsula, the Historic Coast Guard Station being one of them. The station was operational till 1976, when the Ninth District headquarters shifted to the nearby North Coast Harbor. Currently, the Wendy Park Foundation and City of Cleveland have collaborated and making an effort to restore and revamp this historic landmark. For updates on the same and other information, check website.
  • Hale Farm & Village

    2686 Oak Hill Road Bath, OH 44210 United States - Phone: +1 330 666 3711
    The historic parcel of land that Hale Farm & Village is built on was donated to The Western Reserve Historical Society by Clara Belle Ritchie. Historic buildings from around the country were relocated to the land to create a living history museum and village called Wheatfield. Visitors will learn about life during the Civil War and the history of the region. Exhibits relating to fashion, technology, and other subjects can be seen here as well. 
  • First Congregational Church of Hudson

    47 Aurora Street Hudson, OH 44236 United States - Phone: +1 330 650 4048
    The First Congregational Church of Hudson is a community church that offers more than religious services. Its mission is to spread the message of the Lord, imbibe moral values and maintain peace in the community. With this aim in mind, it hosts variety of events that bring together the entire community irrespective of their statuses and backgrounds. The church also has special programs designed for different age groups i;e from toddlers to senior citizens. It also features Youth Room, separate choir room, a children's center (equipped with a complete kitchen) and many other modern facilities. Call ahead for more details.
  • Glendale Cemetery

    150 Glendale Avenue Akron, OH 44302 United States - Phone: +1 330 253 2317
    Established in 1839, the Glendale Cemetery is worth a visit for its splendid architecture and garden. This peaceful and serene space has exquisite mausoleums, a Gothic Chapel and a beautifully maintained garden. It also has special memorial for the Civil War and monument dedicated to John R. Buchtel. For more details, check website.
  • Hardesty Park

    1615 West Market Street Akron, OH 44313 United States
    Situated across Market Street, the Hardesty Park is a neighborhood public park. It is an ideal picnic spot and has something for everyone. The park features sporting facilities like basketball courts, baseball fields, football courts, soccer and softball areas, a separate track for biking and a swimming pool. And, if you want to simply stroll around, it also has open spaces and walkways. Truly, Hardesty Park is a perfect hangout for the entire family.
  • Goodyear Heights Metro Park

    2077 Newton Street Akron, OH 44305 United States - Phone: +1 330 867 5511
    This sprawling green stretch of land was donated by the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company and hence, the name, Goodyear Heights Metro Park. Opened in 1930, over the period of time, more trees and flower shrubs were planted and additional land was acquired, today visitors can see variety of beautiful trees and plants like oaks, tulip trees, pines, red maples and so forth. Apart from greenery and perfectly maintained lawns, the Goodyear Heights Metro Park also has excellent sporting facilities including sports like hiking, fishing, baseball and softball. Here, you can enjoy different activities with your friends or simply explore this wonderful park featuring a pond, paved walkways and shady woods. Open late till 11p, this park is certainly an oasis of the city.
  • Little Italy

    2026 Murray Hill Road Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 543 1157
    In the heart of Ohio, you'll find Little Italy, Cleveland's Italian oasis. This neighborhood prides itself on its history, values, customs and traditions. The Italian influences are evident in the restaurants and boutiques lining the street, as well as in the warm hospitality of the people who reside there.
  • Asiatown

    Superior Avenue & East 36th Street Cleveland, OH 44114 United States
    As the name suggests, Asiatown is a hub of Asian communities located close to the downtown Cleveland. A number of Asian restaurants are found in this neighborhood which is roughly marked by Superior Avenue to the north, Payne Avenue to the south, 29th East Avenue to the west and 39th East Avenue to the east. Walk down the lane and you'll find elegant Asian restaurants like Bo Loong and Li Wah. The area is also replete with a number of shops and food stores selling Chinese products.
  • Cleveland Cultural Gardens

    750 East 88th Street Cleveland, OH 44108 United States - Phone: +1 216 321 7807
    Located in Rockefeller Park, Cleveland Cultural Gardens is a collection of 31 distinct gardens each of which represents an ethnic group that has been a part of United States History. The British Garden, Latvian Garden, American Colonial Garden, and Indian Garden are few areas that form the collection. Sit back and relax at the park or walk on the narrow pathways and observe statues of significant historical figures.
  • Greater Cleveland Aquarium

    2000 Sycamore Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 862 8803 / +1 855 602 3040(Toll Free)
    Opened in 2012, the Greater Cleveland Aquarium is Cleveland's second aquarium. The first aquarium was in operation from 1954 through 1986. The new aquarium consists of 70,000 square feet (6503 square meters) of exhibits and activities for the whole family. Exhibits cover topics such as pollution, tropical reefs, and coastal sea life. Take part in exciting interactive programs such as Feet First, which allows certified divers to swim with sharks, or Zzz's in the Seas Overnights, which allows visitors to spend the night in the aquarium. 
  • Case Western Reserve University

    10900 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 368 2000
    Established in 1826, Case Western Reserve University has evolved from being just a technical institute to a full-fledged research university home to students from across the world. Considered to be one of the best universities in the country, it provides education to up to 10,000 students in undergraduate, post-graduate and research programs under the guidance of researchers and expert staff that comprises industry leaders and noble laureates. Spread across 550 acres (220 hectares), its campus comprises some of the well known educational institutes like School of Dental Medicine, Franklin T. Backus School of Law, Weatherhead School of Management and Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences. With the focus to provide facilities for an all-round development of students, the Case Western Reserve University campus hosts cultural and recreational events from time to time. The university organizes campus tour on working days, so call ahead to schedule a tour to the university.
  • Ames Family Atrium

    11150 East Boulevard Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 421 7350
    The Cleveland Museum of Art is famed for its collection of Egyptian and Asian art, and with good reason. However, there is also an architectural marvel to be found on the premises, in the form of the Ames Family Atrium. Occupying 39,000 square feet (3623.219 square meters) of space spread over five floors, this glass and steel building has become one of the highlights of a visit to the museum. This massive space forms a link between the original museum building (opened in 1916) and the 1971 additions made by Marcel Breuer, and is the site for events of many kinds.
  • Cleveland Lakefront State Park

    8701 Lake Shore Boulevard Northeast Cleveland, OH 44108 United States - Phone: +1 216 881 8141(City Park Council)
    Cleveland Lakefront State Park is located a few miles from downtown Cleveland. This natural oasis encompasses six spaces - Edgewater Park, East 55th Marina, Gordon Park, Euclid Beach, Villa Angela and Wildwood. With an array of recreational activities on offer, it is a great respite from city life. Park amenities include picnic tables and grills, as well as a nature center with scenic views. Visitors can also enjoy swimming, boating and fishing on Lake Erie.
  • 78th Street Studios

    1300 West 78th Street Cleveland, OH 44102 United States - Phone: +1 440 503 5506
    78th Street Studios, located in Gordon Square Arts District, is a complex dedicated to art and design. It is one of the largest of its kind in the city, and houses over 40 galleries, studios and retail spaces. Explore this indoor labyrinth for its fine art, fashion, music and performing arts. Throughout the year it plays host to an array of exhibitions, cultural events and private functions. Don’t miss their free monthly art walk, that is a big draw among locals and tourists alike.
  • Cleveland Mall (The)

    602 Saint Clair Avenue Northeast Cleveland, OH 44199 United States
    The Cleveland Mall is a public landscape nestled under towering civic skyscrapers. It consists of three wings, each of which built for a particular significance. The beauty of the gardens and fountain area makes this place worth a visit. Marvel at public art while you're there.
  • Anna Dean Farm

    Robinson Avenue Barberton, OH 44203 United States - Phone: +1 330 830 1444
    The Anna-Dean Farm is a historic landmark built in 1905. A vision of renowned industrialist O.C. Barber, this farm was functional in the early 20th Century as one of the largest in the nation. It comprised of barns, greenhouses, a poultry house, and a verdant 40-acre (16-hectare) park. The highlight on the property is the Beaux Arts style mansion.
  • Methodist Episcopal Church of Painesville

    71 N. Park Place Painesville, OH 44077 United States - Phone: +1 440 354 3642
    The Methodist Episcopal Church of Painesville is located at Painesville, Ohio. This historic church was constructed in 1873 C.E and is also known as  Painesville United Methodist Church. This church has a Gothic Revival style of architecture and was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on January 30, 1998.
  • Cleveland Public Square

    Ontario Street and Superior Avenue Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 664 2000(Tourist Information)
    Cleveland Public Square is a central attraction of this large metropolis. Located in the heart of downtown, this 10-acre (four-hectare) plaza features iconic skyscrapers and buildings showcasing splendid architecture. It also features a Civil War memorial monument and statue of the city's founder. This square hosts several political and social events.
  • Cascade Locks Historic District

    Hickory Street Akron, OH 44303 United States - Phone: +1 330 374 5625
    Cascade Locks Historic District ravine is located to the northwest of Akron. There are many historic buildings in the District, landmarks within the district include the original mills of Quaker Oats founder, Ferdinand Schumacher and The Mustill Store.
  • Justus L. Cozad House

    1508 Mayfield Road Cleveland, OH 44106 United States
    The Cozad Bates House is the only structure in the neighborhood that has survived until today post the Civil War. The house was constructed in 1852 and holds great cultural and historic significance in the state. Restore Cleveland Hope Inc. has worked ardently to safeguard this house that was built more than a century and a half ago but stands stern even today.
  • Karamu House

    2355 East 89th Street Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 795 7070
    Karamu House is one of the oldest African-American theaters in the whole of the United States. It is located on the east of Cleveland and offers a rich foundation for a lifelong love for theater and performing arts. Professional tutors are appointed to impart knowledge and the basics of art, dance, music and cultural art forms. The fees are on a steeper side but it proves its worth going by the array of activities on offer. With a history that spans across more than a century, the Karamu House plays a significant part in preserving and depicting the Afro-American culture and its values.
  • Cherokee

    2800 North Ocoee Street Cleveland, OH 37312 United States - Phone: +1 423 476 9700

    The Cherokee National Forest covers an area of 655,598 acres (265311 hectares) across several prominent mountain ranges such as Great Smoky Mountains and Big Frog Mountain, with the Ocoee River flowing in the park confines. With 15 recreation areas, each more different than the other, the Cherokee National Forest presents one with a plethora of recreational and relaxation activities. These include camping, fishing, hiking, nature viewing and a whole lot of water and winter sports. There's something here for everyone!

  • Citizens Building

    850 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44114 United States - Phone: +1 888-223-6786(Toll Free) /+1 216 621-0082
    Citizens Building (now called City Club Building) was built in 1903 for the Citizens Savings and Trust. Important Cleveland businesses had their offices in the building which now houses the City Club of Cleveland.
  • Congregational Church of Christ

    106 North Main Street Oberlin, OH 44074 United States - Phone: +1 440 775 1711
    Located at the intersection of N. Main and W. Lorain streets, the Congregational Church of Christ was built in 1842. The church has a Greek Revival style of architecture and has been put up on the National Register of Historic Places owing to its historic value. The church continues to function even today, while regular services are held from time to time.
  • Cuyahoga Valley National Park

    15610 Vaughn Road Brecksville, OH 44141 United States - Phone: +1 216 524 1497 / +1 440 546 5991
    Cuyahoga Valley National Park is the only national park in Ohio. It was established in 1974 as the Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area, and was designated as a national park in 2000. It is spread over 20,339.22 acres (8230.99 hectares). There are a lot of fun activities for visitors which includes cycling, hiking, waterfalls, caves and animal life.
  • Elyria First United Methodist Church

    312 Third Street Elyria, OH 44035 United States - Phone: +1 440 322 6622
    The distinct Elyria First United Methodist Church is a renowned Church avenue in the region of Elyria in Ohio. It was ably built in 1925. The church site is featured on the National Register of Historic Places and occupies great monumental vitality. The structure and design reflects the Gothic Revival style of architecture. It is established on a land area of less than one acre. Worship services and the varied activities and programs organized by the church act as a catalyst in the growth of an individual.
  • Forest Hill Park

    2370 Lee Boulevard Cleveland, OH 44118 United States - Phone: +1 216 691 7386
    Situated across Lee Road, the Forest Hill Park provides the much needed green respite to its neighborhood. Apart from that, it also has sporting facilities for public use that includes ball-fields, tennis courts, a playground, multipurpose fields and much more. That's not it, the two sheltered areas are perfect for picnickers and are ideal for summer outings. Those who are not much into sports, can simply go for a nature walk or sit by the lovely duck pond.
  • St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

    300 3rd Street Elyria, OH 44035 United States - Phone: +1 440 322 2126
    The St. Andrew's Episcopal church is a historic church that features diverse people. These people belonging to the community draws strength and comfort from their relationship with God. This personal intimacy that is shared with God helps them to build a positive relation with others. The church welcomes the people from all over to visit the church to worship and experience the service and fellowship. The church is also added as a National Historic Place in 1979.

  • Cleveland Masonic Temple

    3615 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44115 United States
    The Cleveland Masonic Temple, a 1918 construction, was designed by Hubbell and Benes. The former home of the Cleveland Orchestra it now houses the Cleveland Masonic Library and Museum.
  • Fresh Start Halfway House

    4807 Cedar Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103 United States
    Formerly, the Cleveland Home for Aged Colored People, the Fresh Start Halfway House is established to help people who are trying to recover from drug abuse. It is housed in a historical building that dates back to the 1900s era.
  • Independence Presbyterian Church

    6624 Brecksville Road Independence, OH 44131 United States - Phone: +1 216 524 6307
    Although the congregation can trace its history back to 1837, Independence Presbyterian Church was constructed in 1853. After its dedication in October 1854, the church served the community until 1905, when it was shut down, reopening in 1925. The original structure, which is now an annexed chapel, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.
  • Garfield Memorial

    12316 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 421 2665
    James A. Garfield Memorial was built in 1890, a decade after President James A. Garfield's death. This honorary monument features the design of George Keller with work by sculptor Caspar Buberl on the exterior facade. Visitors are welcome during April to November from 9a to 4p. The monument was added to the National Register of Historic Places on April 11, 1973.
  • Detroit-Superior High Level Bridge

    West Superior Avenue and Detroit Avenue Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 664 2000(Tourist Information)
    The Veterans Memorial Bridge or the Detroit-Superior Bridge was built over a period of five years. This suspended bridge stretches across the Cuyahoga River and represents excellence in engineering and designing.
  • Squire's Castle

    Bridle Trail Willoughby Hills, OH 44094 United States - Phone: +1 216 635 3200
    The Squire's Castle is a sheer beauty that is an incomplete home built over 525 acres (212 ha) of land. With the vast castle and the beauty that reflects through it one can also take a view of the historic relevance of the home. The house is open to the visitors free of cost and the open land of grass is a great recreation area where one can enjoy with the cooking grills, riding trails, and fottpaths to take a walk in this beautiful historic atmosphere. The story of this home is reflected as one takes a tour through the home and experiences the beauty.

  • James A. Garfield National Historic Site

    8095 Mentor Avenue Mentor, OH 44060 United States - Phone: +1 440 255 8722
    The James A. Garfield National Historic Site is a National Historic Site of the United States that cover 4.9 acres (2.0 hectares) of land. Tours to the Garfield Home is conducted many times a day for an hour each. Along with the visit to the Garfield Home, monthly tours are organized like 'Behind the Scenes' and 'Garfield in the Civil War'. These tours attract several people and visitors from all over to take a look at the house and enjoy every bit of it.

  • St. Bernard Parish

    44 University Avenue Akron, OH 44308 United States - Phone: +1 330 253 5161
    The St. Bernard Catholic Church is serving the Akron region since 1861, and continues to do so. This church building perfectly exemplifies the German-Romanesque style combined with Baroque designs. It was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1989.
  • St. Mark's Episcopal Church

    146 College Street Wadsworth, OH 44281 United States - Phone: +1 330 336 0212

    The St. Mark's Episcopal Church, also known as the Old Mennonite Church, is a historic church located in Wadsworth, Ohio. The Greek Revival style church was built in 1842. The whitewashed wooden frame structure of the church features a pedimented porch and a bell tower. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.

  • Saint Ignatius High School

    1911 West 30th Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 651 0222
    The Saint Ignatius High School is a magnificent school building established in 1888. Built with the Gothic style of architecture, it is functional till date. The splendid design of the building is mesmerizing & eye catching. Its beautiful past and ancient architecture had landed it in the National Register of Historic Places.
  • St. Paul's Episcopal Church

    4120 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103 United States - Phone: +1 216 431 8854

    The St. Paul's Episcopal Church, also known as St. Paul Shrine, is a historic church located at Cleveland, Ohio. The church was built in 1876 by Andrew Dall and Gordon W. Lloyd and is a landmark example of Gothic style architecture today. The stone structure of the church features steep gable roofs, a gabled porch, a detailed rose window and an elaborate turret. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

  • St. Paul's Episcopal Church

    317 East Liberty Street Medina, OH 44256 United States - Phone: +1 330 725 4131

    The St. Paul's Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Medina, Ohio. The church was built in 1884 in Gothic style architecture and the stone structure of the building features a gable roof and a steeple and several rosette windows. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

  • Lorain Lighthouse

    Off Alabama Avenue Lorain, OH 44052 United States - Phone: +1 440 322 2884
    Popularly known as the Lorain Harbor Light, the Lorain West Breakwater Light is a beautiful ancient lighthouse. In the later years, this lighthouse was replaced by a automatic light tower nearby the breakwater. This beauty was listed on the register of National Historic Places in the year 1978.

  • Headlands Beach State Park

    9601 Headlands Road Mentor, OH 44060 United States - Phone: +1 440 466 8400
    This lovely beach is the best place to be, and the fact that almost two million tourists visit this spot furthers this claim. Here, you can simply take a stroll or indulge in activities like hiking, nature walks, fishing, swimming and so forth.
  • Goodyear Airdock

    1210 Massillion Road Akron, OH 44306 United States
    The Goodyear Airdock is a historic airship construction, storage and maintenance facility in Akron, Ohio. The complex was built in 1929 by the Wilbur Watson Engineering Co. and covers as much area as eight football fields, making it one of the most spacious buildings when it was first created. The site is a Historic Civil Engineering Landmark and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.
  • Cuyahoga Valley National Park

    7104 Canal Road Cleveland, OH 44125 United States - Phone: +1 330 657 2752 / +1 800 257 9477

    Cuyahoga Valley National Park provides a world of natural wonders to explore just a short distance away from Cleveland. The park is centered around the Cuyahoga and features waterfalls, wildlife, caves, and plenty of fun activities for everyone in the family. There are miles of hiking and biking trails for sports enthusiasts, educational kids' programs, and exhibits relating to sustainable farming. Visit during the fall and you'll be treated to a stunning display of foliage turning yellow, red, and orange. 

  • Holden Arboretum (The)

    9500 Sperry Road Kirtland, OH 44094 United States - Phone: +1 440 946 4400
    See a great variety of plants at The Holden Arboretum. This 3600-acre (1456-hectare) site features several well-maintained gardens as well as a vast swath of more wild areas. Sites such as the Helen S. Layer Rhododendron Garden, Display Garden, Hedge Garden, and Conifer and Magnolia Collections are featured among the main attractions here. There are several trails to explore and family activities are held here throughout the year. Learn about natural life in the area and get some fresh air at this local marvel. 
  • James A. Garfield Monument

    12316 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 421 2665
    The James A. Garfield Monument was built to honor James A. Garfield, the 20th president of the United States. Tours are offered where you can learn about the history of his life and the significance of his presidency, as well as details about the monument itself. It features marble accents, stained glass windows, and gold mosaics. His casket is on display, draped in an American flag. Walk up to the balcony and you'll have a great view of Lake Erie. 
  • Lake View Cemetery

    12316 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 421 2665
    Located in the University Circle neighborhood of Cleveland, Lake View Cemetery is named for the views of Lake Erie that can be seen to the north. It is known as "Cleveland's Outdoor Museum" for its expanses of greenery and biological diversity, as well as its monuments, including the James A. Garfield Memorial and Wade Memorial Chapel. There are 104,000 people buried here, including some of Cleveland's best-known historical figures. 
  • University Circle

    11330 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 707 4640
    University Circle is a neighborhood in Cleveland that serves as one of the city's cultural and entertainment centers. It is named for the abundance of educational institutions nearby, including Case Western Reserve University. There are plenty of high-end dining options, museums, shops, and medical facilities in the area, making it one of Cleveland's most important economic centers. A variety of festivals and events for the whole family are held here throughout the year. 
  • Waterloo Arts District

    152nd -161st Waterloo Road East Cleveland, OH 44110 United States
    The Waterloo Arts District is located in Cleveland's North Shore Collinwood neighborhood. This bustling cultural center hosts community and arts events throughout the year, including the monthly Walk All Over Waterloo. See amazing street art on walls throughout the neighborhood, and support local artists by visiting galleries and shops in the area. 
  • Cedar Downs Racing Derby

    One Cedar Point Road Sandusky, OH 44870 United States - Phone: +1 419 627 2350
    Cedar Downs Racing Derby at Cedar Point amusement park is a carousel with a twist. It is a thrill ride which gives patrons the experience of racing in Derby. It is one of the only two racing carousels in the United States. All the 64 horses of this carousel are mounted on a rotating platform with each horse moving forward like an actual race.
  • Shooter's on the Water

    1148 Main Avenue Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 861 6900
    Shooter's on the Water is an excellent joint on the West Bank of the Cuyahoga which is very well known for its food—be it seafood, pizza, or salads. A sandwich place by day and a club by night, Shooters never lacks in excitement. At Shooters, you don't need a reason to celebrate. It has witnessed major events like MTV's Rock Concert and even the Father's Day grand celebration! The banquet facility is commendable because it can accommodate a group of 50 to 480 at any given time.
  • Table 45

    9801 Carnegie Avenue Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 707 4045
    Chef Zachary Bruell has made his mark in kitchens all over the country, but came back to Cleveland to open this upscale restaurant, whose cuisine proves to be just as "intercontinental" as the hotel it's in, offering specialties from North Africa, South America, Asia and Europe. The restaurant is even equipped with a real tandoor, providing customers with fresh soft naan and flavor-infused tandoori chicken. There are five distinct sections in this 6000 square-foot restaurant, each with its own unique features. Your eyes will be delighted by the sleek, modern look of the bar within a bar and the sparkling show kitchen in the middle of the floor. Top off your Table 45 experience with the "Light Chocolate Mousse with Crunchy Praline."
  • Muse

    1515 West Third Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 902 5255
    Muse at the Ritz-Carlton Cleveland, serves artfully presented, innovative American cuisine in comfort and elegance. The chefs at Muse not only make the meals fresh and appetizing but also give them an artistic expression. The interiors are done artfully too, with vibrant local and regional art. Guests even have the option of complementing meals with some wine and they have a nice collection to pick from. Muse, with a new concept is a must go for all diners.
  • Eat at Joe's

    1475 South Green Road Cleveland, OH 44121 United States - Phone: +1 216 381 3101
    This classic diner's specialty is its all-day breakfast. Don't miss their eggs benedict or any of their omelets! The atmosphere is cozy, nostalgic, and attracts a variety of local characters. Their staff is accommodating but also usually armed with a witty comment. South Euclid is known for being a friendly area, and this restaurant lives up to that reputation. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Luchitas

    3456 West 117th Street Cleveland, OH 44111 United States - Phone: +1 216 252 1169
    This is one of the several Luchitas locations in Cleveland and surrounding areas. It was founded in 1981and still maintains its family-style feeling. It has an upscale ambiance and is rather popular (so be prepared to wait for a table). The menu changes every three months, so be on the look out for new dishes. Be sure to try their signature Nachos Luchitas, Ceviche de Camarón y Calamar (calamari and shrimp), and regional tamales that change daily. They also offer a cantina to quench any thirst; the margaritas come highly recommended.
  • Lopez Bar & Grill

    2196 Lee Road Cleveland, OH 44118 United States - Phone: +1 216 932 9000
    This venue was founded in 1979 and has expanded to become the Southwestern Food Club. In warm weather, their patio offers the most enticing seats. They are very accommodating to vegetarian patrons. The menu includes Lobster Enchiladas, Mezcal Chicken, and Mushroom-Goat Cheese Quesadilla. They also feature tequila tastings and margarita specials on Tuesdays and Thursdays. - Marjorie Jensen
  • LongHorn Steakhouse

    20999 Center Ridge Road Cleveland, OH 44116 United States - Phone: +1 440 356 5433
    LongHorn Steakhouse offers the best steaks you've ever had plus it has locations throughout the Eastern United States, so you never miss out on good food. The western theme with oil paintings and photos on the walls at LongHorn Steakhouse make up a beautiful decor. It is a great place to take the kids because they can draw and color while the order is on its way. However, the young atmosphere can get a little noisy at times. In spite of it, the authentic hospitality and the commitment towards great food makes the visit absolutely worthwhile.
  • Corner Alley

    402 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44114 United States - Phone: +1 216 298 4070
    The Corner Alley is a fantastic entertainment center in Cleveland. Complete with a restaurant, two bars and a bowling alley; this place has all the ingredients for fun on a weekend with friends. There are 16 bowling lanes in the alley, where one can indulge in a game and bowling events and competitions are also held here on a regular basis. If you get hungry later then simply head to the 4th Street Bar and Grill for some delicious American cuisine. Or go straight to the Corner Alley Bar for interesting fare like the Apple Pie Martini and Road Runner Martini from the Martini menu. The signature drinks are as interesting as the place, with drinks like Joker's Tea and Honolulu Juicer.
  • McCarthy's Downtown

    1231 Main Avenue Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 344 9099
    McCarthy's Downtown retains the charm of an Irish pub with the wooden panels and yet takes a step forward the American way with the plasma TV's mounted. Unlimited beer flowing through the tap and your favorite band performing for you, what could one ask for? Try the Cajun burger or gorge on the Chicken Salad Sandwich. Do test your skills at the pool table. A perfect venue to chill out with your buddies or have a pleasant evening out.
  • The Beachland Ballroom

    15711 Waterloo Road Cleveland, OH 44110 United States - Phone: +1 216 383 1124
    One of Cleveland's well-known entertainment venues, The Beachland Ballroom & Tavern has won accolades as a premium events venue and for its food. A limited menu featuring a mix of American and Mexican dishes is available at the here. The quality of music is as good as the food. Local bands as well as popular bands play here. The venue also has a shop where you can buy Beachland Ballroom & Tavern merchandise.
  • Union Station

    2814 Detroit Avenue Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 614 421 2233
    Located inside the Union Station/Bounce/Pumps complex, Union Station is the restaurant of this bumping complex. What better way to relax than enjoying a meal at the Union Station after a few good hours or partying. The place has a very good selection of food with dishes like Teriyaki Chicken, Chicken Parmesan, Penne Diablo, a good mix of burgers and snacks and an impressive selection of beer, wines and martinis. The Union Station can also be rented out for private functions and parties. Just leave it to the professionals to organize your event, be it anything from a fund-raiser, graduation party, bachelor party or a birthday bash.
  • Beachland Tavern

    15711 Waterloo Road Cleveland, OH 44110 United States - Phone: +1 216 383 1124
    The Beachland Ballroom promises food as good as the music here. The Beachland Tavern also, like the ballroom is well-known for its sandwiches. The menu though limited and features the sumptuous burgers, burritos, nachos, besides the famous sandwiches. Special brunch is offered every Sunday featuring egg preparations, 'fruit cobbler' and 'breakfast polenta'. From some days in the week takeaway is available at 'The Supper Club'. The Tavern sometimes doubles as a performance venue.
  • Pats in the Flats

    2233 West 3rd Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 621 8044
    This bar is located in the industrial area and entertainment hot-spot called the Flats. Lovers of Punk and Alternative Rock music can drop in at this bar for a drink and to listen to the local and amateur bands performing here. The decor is minimal and simplistic, as the bar pays more attention to music than ambiance.
  • Hi-Fi Concert Club

    11729 Detroit Avenue Lakewood, OH 44107 United States - Phone: +1 216 521 8878
    Formerly the Blind Lemon, the Hi-Fi Concert Club is one of the best entertainment venues in Lakewood. Minutes away from Downtown Cleveland and Greater Cleveland suburbs, the upscale night club is always buzzing with activity. Not only local bands as well as famous bands, like the Billy Morris, Band have played at this venue. Two performances, Blind Lemon Side stage and the Hi-Fi Main stage areas within the club are host to a variety of musical concerts. Recording facility is also available at the club which is why the venue is host to a number concerts of high profile musicians.
  • Saddle Ridge

    5100 Pearl 3rd Road Cleveland, OH 44129 United States - Phone: +1 216 351 7900
    Saddle Ridge, located in one of the busiest streets of Cleveland, is most famous for the wild mechanical bull rides that it offers to all those who are in a mood for some party. The music played is just great and includes all varieties such as country, western, dance, hip-hop, rap and rock. The whole atmosphere at Saddle Ridge makes you want to go there again and again. The club also has a pool table and a game room and it is a great venue to catch Gallagher do his comedy bit and artists like David Allan Coe perform live for the crowd.
  • Wilbert's

    812 Huron Avenue Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 902 4663
    Wilbert's is Cleveland's premier restaurant and a place for some really good original music. The restaurant is open for music concerts and Mike Andersen, Jake Andrews, James Armstrong and William Bell are some of the artists to have graced the place and entertaining audiences. From national and local to regional acts, all genres of reggae, pop and jazz enliven the place. Apart from the music the food is versatile as well. The menu is completely bistro style with dishes like Seared Ahi Tuna, Chicken/Pasta Primavera and Cajun Shephard's Pie. Lunch Specials are different for each day and everything is homemade. An original menu and an even original brand of music is what makes this place a must-visit!
  • Pickwick & Frolic Restaurant and Club

    2035 East 4th Street Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 241 7425
    Tired of shuttling from one place to another? Pickwick & Frolic Restaurant and Club introduces the guests to a one stop entertainment point. Lavish and luxury are the only words that come to your mind. No one can resist the hand tossed varieties of piping hot pizzas. Taste the red wine accompanied by 'Pickwick Antipasto Platter' or 'Three Legged Chicken'. You can also avail of the packages, wine and dine at the restaurant and laugh your heart out at the comedy show in Hilarities 4th Street Theater. Truly a complete and one of it's kind experience in Cleveland. Opens from Sunday to Thursday at 11a.
  • Scripts Nightclub

    1204 Old River Road Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 440 521 2119
    Scripts Nightclub, the upscale dancing destination also has some real sumptuous and lip-smacking food to offer. You can feast upon the lobster tail and the Georgia pecan pie along with cocktail drinks, which are supposed to be the best here, on the outdoor patio where the fountain gives you a beautiful scenery. Seafood and steak are the specialty dishes of Scripts Nightclub. There are special nights dedicated to salsa, comedy, memorial nights, Labor Day weekends and even Independence Day Weekends.
  • Shula's 2

    6200 Quarry Lane Cleveland, OH 44131 United States - Phone: +1 216 901 7852
    Not a quintessential sports bar, but yet Shula's 2 retains the same spirit that draws ardent football fans to all Shula restaurants. Named for famed coach Don Shula, Shula's 2 offers the trademark beef steaks and fresh seafood. Offering a wider menu than most sports bars, one can enjoy live sports action on wide flat-screen televisions while munching on delicious fare. The restaurant possesses a classic charm without any overdose of nostalgia through random display of past games. Shula's 2 also offers private dining space for corporate or large family events.
  • Crop Bistro & Bar

    1400 West 6th Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 696 2767
    Innovation in food is hard to find in commercial restaurants, but Chef Steve Schimoler's Crop Bistro & Bar is a welcome exception to the rule. The man behind several foodstuff inventions has extended his brilliance to food preparation in his own restaurant in Cleveland. Making the most simple dishes distinctly scrumptious is a specialty only to be found at Crop Bistro. The menu appears very ordinary, with the usual meats, cheese, desserts and wines; however, when expertly combined by a skilled chef, these elements make for a wonderful meal that's hard to rival.
  • Dante

    2247 Professor Avenue Cleveland, OH 44147 United States - Phone: +1 216 274 1200
    Dante offer patrons familiar dishes with a dash of innovation, leading to a memorable dining experience. A choice of 90 wines is available to accompany the food. Italian influences can be seen in the pasta dishes. For the complete experience here, sample one opf their delicious cocktails. Private dining space is available. 
  • Fahrenheit

    2417 Professor Avenue Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 781 8858
    Midwestern foodies often mourn the lack of variation in restaurant menus with the change of seasons. They won't be disappointed at Chef Rocco Whalen's Fahrenheit, which has a seasonal menu that incorporates the best meat, fruits, veggies and spices available each season. Patrons are assured of fresh and sumptuous fare. Pizzas, pasta, salads, steak and seafood form the staple menu. The martini bar at Fahrenheit is refreshingly innovative. Private dining space for a party of fifty can be arranged.
  • SASA Matsu

    13120 Shaker Square Cleveland, OH 44120 United States - Phone: +1 216 767 1111
    SASA Matsu promises to bring a distinct culture of dining to Cleveland. It recreates the atmosphere of a traditional Izakaya which is a type of Japanese drinking-place combined with the usual sit-down Japanese dinner. Their menu is a mix of Asian cuisines, owing to the diverse backgrounds of its chefs. So what you get, is a great dinner in a typical Japanese restaurant setting, with paper lamps, dim lighting and sushi, and a sleek bar at the side. They also have special nights and a separate late-night menu. Catering services are available.
  • Hemispheres

    5300 Riverside Drive Cleveland, OH 44135 United States - Phone: +1 216 267 1500
    Hemispheres at the Sheraton, offers a modern casual atmosphere featuring an infusion of world flavors that cross the globe. This comfortable bistro specializes in seasonal farm to table ingredients presented in small to large plate design, perfect for sharing and experiencing a variety of different flavors. Be adventurous and experience a flight of different tastes freshly prepared by their chef, followed by a local specialty brew or beverage. This is the taste of Cleveland through the eyes of the world!
  • Lure Bistro

    38040 Third Street Willoughby, OH 44094 United States - Phone: +1 440 951 8862
    The drinks will have you hooked and the sushi will reel you into this Japanese restaurant. The funky underwater motif inside compliments such items on the menu as the Bruce Lee roll, with the more adventurous enjoying the Eel maki roll. The outdoor seating is especially popular on hot summer nights. This eclectic eatery also offers all-you-can-eat sushi on Tuesday nights for under $20. -Marjorie Jensen
  • Ho Wah

    2101 Richmond Road Beachwood, OH 44122 United States - Phone: +1 216 831 2327
    This Chinese restaurant is nestled between Legacy Village and Beachwood Place Mall, near the Acadia Country Club. This venue's dining room is decorated in chic mauve and gray, accented with etched glass dividers. The friendly and attentive staff delivers large portions, or patrons can call in carry-out orders. Some dishes that Ho Wah does exceptionally well are the Honey Walnut Chicken, Empress Chicken, and Eight Precious Pearl Duck. Don't leave without trying their Wonton Soup! -Marjorie Jensen
  • Pacific East

    1763 Coventry Road Cleveland Heights, OH 44118 United States - Phone: +1 216 320 2302
    The simple décor of this restaurant allows the food room to shine. This venue is located in Cleveland Heights' funky Coventry district and offers Japanese standards like tempura (golden-fried seafood, vegetables, and chicken), nigiri sushi, and sashimi. Pacific East also features specialty Malaysian dishes like Mango Jumbo Shrimp, Hainanese Chicken, and Rendang (meat simmered with exotic spices, lemongrass, and coconut-milk curry). They tempt patrons with a variety of sakes to compliment their meals. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Café Tandoor

    2096 Taylor Road Cleveland, OH 44112 United States - Phone: +1 216 371 8500
    Tandoor cooking began in 10th century ACE after the Persians arrived in India. It is done in a clay, dome-shaped oven that reaches 750 degrees. Thai Orchid fires up its Tandoor style, serving up specialties like their Tandoori Salmon, Tandoori Vegetable Grill, and Pal Kebab (lamb). Curry dishes include butter chicken, garlic shrimp, and Boti Kebab Masala (lamb with onions, bell peppers and spices). To make sure everyone is satisfied, they also offer a variety of vegetarian options such as Palak Aloo (potatoes and spinach), Gobi Masala (cauliflower), and Chana Pindi (chick peas and tomatoes). Their Saffron Pullao (saffron rice) and nan compliment any and every meal. Café Tandoor also caters! - Marjorie Jensen
  • Maharaja Madras Café

    5156 Wilson Mills Road Cleveland, OH 44143 United States - Phone: +1 440 461 3737
    It's always nice to find an inexpensive Indian lunch buffet. The Maharaja Madras Café offers just that, with a variety of food from the north and south of the Indian sub-continent. It's also conveniently located across from the Richmond Mall. Vegetarians should be particularly happy with the selection, and chefs are willing to accommodate vegans. Omnivores should be sure to sample their butter chicken or a variety of lamb dishes. There is a full bar and Indian beers for an authentic experience, while takeout and delivery are also options. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Saffron Patch

    20600 Chagrin Boulevard Beachwood, OH 44122 United States - Phone: +1 440 461 3737
    The Saffron Patch is located somewhat incongruously in an office building, but thr bright neon elephant in the window faithfully draws out its location. The décor inside is more elegant, with a subtle black-and-white motif. The menu lists its dishes in flowery terms, such as Vegetarian Love Affair or Tandoor Temptations. They offer selections to tempt all kinds of appetites, from traditional Tandoor Chicken to Lobster Curry, and several types of bread like Nan, Onion Kulcha, and Paneer Paratha stuffed with cheese. Mango desserts and drinks add sweetness to the meals. Wine and beer are also available, and the food can be delivered for a small fee. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Taza Lebanese Grill

    28601 Chagrin Boulevard Woodmere, OH 44122 United States - Phone: +1 216 464 4000
    Taza Lebanese Grill was opened as a slightly more upscale version of the popular Aladdin's Eatery chain in the Cleveland area. It has kept the popularity, even winning Cleveland Magazine's Silver Spoon Award for "Best Middle Eastern" in 2008. The most notable parts of the restaurant layout are the outdoor patio and the wood-burning grill in view of the diners. Taza offers complimentary savory pita bread to start the meal. The shish grill cooks up both lunches and dinners, at different prices. The dinner entrées include Samakeh Harra, Tajin, or Seana—cod, salmon, or tuna, respectively. Carnivores can enjoy the Shawarma Plate of grilled beef with veggies in tahini sauce, and vegetarians can try the Mujadara, a plate of lentils and rice topped with Salata and onions. Taza also treats patrons with their full bar. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Aladdin's Eatery

    12447 Cedar Road Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 932 4333
    Aladdin's offers a variety of healthy Middle Eastern food at cheap prices, which is such an exciting combination that it's no wonder this Cleveland franchise has started branches around the Midwest. Vegetarians will be particularly happy, with several pita sandwiches, salads, and specialty plates, such as the Loubie Plate (green beans, onions, tomatoes and garlic with rice and vermicelli). Other house specialties include hummus chicken and Mediterranean beef kafta. Aladdin's is also known for its smoothies, particularly the Raspberry Sunshine, which has banana, honey, and apple juice.
  • Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar

    28601 Chagrin Boulevard Woodmere, OH 44122 United States - Phone: +1 216 896 9020
    Nuevo Latino food is a fusion of Latin American cuisine with American and European influences. The Paladar Latin Kitchen and Rum Bar opened in 2007 to great fanfare and has been a busy hub of Nuevo Latino fare ever since. Their menu includes traditional Latin American food—called "Latin Comfort Food"—as well as seafood and steaks. Vegetarians may have a difficult time at dinner, except for the Panko Crusted Vegetable Relleno, but the lunch menu includes several salads and other veggie options. There is also a rum bar with a happy hour between 3p-7p, and a variety of appetizers and desserts from which to choose.
  • Parkview Nite Club

    1261 West 58th Street Cleveland, OH 44102 United States - Phone: +1 216 961 1341
    Somewhat hidden in the Detroit-Shoreway, the Parkview Nite Club is an old-fashioned diner, bar, and music club, all rolled into one. They host blues shows on a regular basis. A full bar with a wide selection of wines, beers, and cocktails is attached to the blues club, of course, but the Parkview stands out even more due to its all-day selection of food. Their lunch menu includes cold sandwiches as well as melts and burgers. Dinner entrees include chicken Marsala, walleye fish filet, and New York strip steak. The chili is a popular choice, and there are daily specials.
  • Stone Oven Bakery Café

    2267 Lee Road Cleveland, OH 44118 United States - Phone: +1 216 932 3003
    The Stone Oven Bakery Café was opened in the 1990s by owners who wanted Americans to have the chance to experience European-style breads, and create more social spaces. From this came the Stone Oven Bakery Café, which was the first in Cleveland to offer handmade artisan breads, such as San Francisco Sourdough, Challah, and Siciliano. The bustling café uses those breads for sandwiches, pastries, and so on. Each location also has two different soups each day, and the coffee is fair trade. The Stone Oven also caters. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Gusto! Ristorante Italiano

    12022 Mayfield Road Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 791 9900
    Gusto! Ristorante Italiano serves high-quality, authentic Italian fare from the Piedmont region of northwest Italy. The name means "at the bottom of the mountain," as the region is found at the foot of the majestic Alps. Gusto! splits their menu in four sections. Appetizers include Bruscetta and Calamari. Vegetarians won't have a huge range of options, though there are a few salads and entrées, such as Campanelle Con La Noce Ed Il Pesto, a pasta dish trickled with pesto and red peppers. Meat entrées include Filet Mignon, veal, lamb chops, and chicken. Gusto! also has a bar, which stays open after the restaurant closes. - Marjorie Jensen
  • L'Albotros Brasserie & Bar

    11401 Bellflower Road Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 791 7880
    L'Albotros Brasserie & Bar is a primarily French restaurant, though it does include a few pizzas. The name, French for albatross, may recall high school English class and ancient mariners, but instead comes from chef Zack Bruell's golfing hobby: an "albatross" is a rare three-under-par hole. The traditional French fare includes Pork Two Ways, the Croque Monsieur, and of course, Escargot. Vegetarian options include several salads as well as a daily pasta dish and Root Vegetable Cassoulet. L'Albotros also includes a changing daily special, such as Oxtail Ravioli on Tuesday and Beef Bourguignon on Saturday. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Nemo Grille

    36976 Detroit Road Avon, OH 44011 United States - Phone: +1 440 934 0061
    The Nemo Grille operates out of a remolded 1850's-era house in Avon, Ohio, just outside Cleveland. The beautiful brick exterior leads to an equally attractive, intimate dining space. As one would expect from a restaurant with the same name as the captain from 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea, the menu leans towards seafood, such as Seared Diver Scallops as well as Grilled Salmon. There's a variety of non-seafood entrées, like a classy Smoked Mac & Cheese which includes asparagus, chicken, and bacon. Vegetarians may find slim pickings apart from the salads and sides. Nemo Grille also offers a full bar with signature martinis and a huge wine list. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Bass Lake Taverne

    426 South Street Chardon, OH 44024 United States - Phone: +1 216 575 0699
    Located in scenic Chardon, just a ways outside of Cleveland, the Bass Lake Taverne offers American-style cooking attached to a romantic inn. The décor is rustic, with brick and earth tones mixing with simple, classy furniture. The Bass Lake Taverne is housed in a 160-year-old building, next to the small lake from which the Taverne gets its name. The menu leans towards seafood with salmon, trout, and perch, as well as sirloin, strip steak, and filet mignon. There aren't many vegetarian options, though there are several salads and sides. The desserts, such as cheesecake and fruit crisp, are notably generous. The Bass Lake Taverne appropriately hosts a full bar, several signature martinis, and a large wine selection. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Brasa Grill

    1300 West 9th Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 575 0699
    Brasa Grill is a churrascaria, or Brazilian steakhouse. Brazilian steakhouses serve churrasco, which involves meat skewered and cut for the diners at their table. The style of cooking comes from ranchers who lived in southern Brazil, and gathered around campfires to grill meat which they cut for each other. Meat—like tenderloin, turkey, roast beef, filet mignon, sausage, and more—is cut at each patron's table. The whole meal is all-you-can-eat for a set price. Vegetarians or those looking for something lighter can choose the salad bar/buffet for a bit less, which also offers pasta and sushi. Brasa offers an extensive wine list and has a full bar, including the Brazilian drink guarana. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Sergio's Saravá

    13225 Shaker Square Cleveland, OH 44120 United States - Phone: +1 216 295 1200
    Saravá is an all-purpose Brazilian greeting and an acknowledgment. Sergio's Saravá brings a friendly Brazilian vibe to the restaurant. It's vibrant, active, and includes a variety of dining options themed as "street food": from tapa-style small plates and full bar, to dinner entrées and even a raw bar of oysters, clams, shrimp, and crab. Notable dishes include: Xim-Xim, a stew with chicken, shrimp, peppers, carrots, and tomato; and Brazilian-style Bouillabaisse with the catch-of-the-day. Vegetarians will be happy with a variety of pasta dishes like Prato Misto or Angel Hair Pomodoro. Sergio's also has desserts like Coconut Butter Cake and even a children's menu. Sergio's also has different hours in the summer: open on Sunday and longer hours on weekends. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Austin's Wood Fire Grille

    8121 Chippewa Road Brecksville, OH 44141 United States - Phone: +1 440 546 1003
    Austin's Wood Fire Grille offers Texas-style cooking, particularly steaks and burgers. The restaurant elegantly features rustic brick coloration, and even includes a fireplace near some of its seats. The steak is the main draw; Austin's star offering is its Dry Aged Certified Angus New York Strip Steak. Their menu features Cowboy Steak, Tenderloin Tips, and more. They also serve pasta and sandwich entrees, such as Monterey Chicken, Fetuccini with Black Scallops, and the only vegetarian entrée, Penne with Roasted Fire Vegetables (though several other appetizers and salads are vegetarian.) Austin's also has a good wine selection and full bar, including signature martinis. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Fire Food & Drink

    13220 Shaker Square Cleveland, OH 44120 United States - Phone: +1 216 921 3473
    Fire Food & Drink offers locally-grown, organic foods in a hip, simple environment. Focusing on these local, organic foods connects Fire to an international movement called "Slow Food" which encourages meals based generally around the ingredients and traditions of the regions where the food comes from. Fire's cuisine is generally American, with an Italian tinge, such as a pizza with prosciutto, sun-dried tomato pesto, goat cheese, and arugala. Dinner entrées include Tandoor Roasted Organic Pork Chop, Sauteed Sea Scallops, and a vegetarian Cannelloni with eggplant, ricotta, and more. Fire offers a Sunday brunch, and also has a patio available. There is a full bar and varied wine list. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Blue Canyon Kitchen & Tavern

    8960 Wilcox Drive Twinsburg, OH 44087 United States - Phone: +1 330 486 2583
    Blue Canyon Kitchen and Tavern is located in a picturesque lodge in Twinsburg, Ohio, just southeast of Cleveland. They've decorated the lodge in a rustic, comfortable fashion, and the menu includes many American comfort food staples, such as Bacon Mac and Cheese or Short Rib. The menu also includes several steak options, and even a daily "wild game" special, along with entrée salads, pizzas, and pasta dishes. There are a handful of vegetarian options, such as a Tomato, Pesto and Goat Cheese pizza. Blue Canyon is also open for Sunday brunch, and has a full bar with some food available later at night.
  • 100th Bomb Group Restaurant

    20920 Brookpark Road Cleveland, OH 44135 United States - Phone: +1 216 267 1010
    The 100th Bomb Group Restaurant is a huge banquet hall, right on the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport runways. There are several banquet rooms, with the largest holding over 200 people. Most of the diners are able to watch planes taking off and landing throughout their meals. The food is traditional American restaurant, with seafood and steak comprising the majority of the menu. Chef's specialties include Filet Mignon paired with Australian Lobster Tail, or with Jumbo Shrimp Scampi. The 100th is also famous for its Beer Cheese Soup, which can be added to any entrée. Brunch is served on Sunday, and the 100th also includes a full bar. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Lola Bistro

    2058 East 4th Street Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 621 5652
    Lola Bistro was founded by American Iron Chef, Michael Symon. The bistro has an elegant, simple decor with low-hanging lights. Those with elegant touches complement the menu, which includes appetizers like the pear and apple salad and the crispy pig ear. Entrees on the menu include sqaub with foie gras, sweet potato, chestnut, and cherries, as well as the rib eye steak served in red wine with baby carrots, cipollini onions, and bone marrow. Vegetarians would be advised to steer clear. Lola also has an extensive wine list, with over 400 wines and “wine managers” to help customers navigate the selection. 
  • Mitchell's Fish Market

    28601 Chagrin Boulevard Cleveland, OH 44122 United States - Phone: +1 216 765 3474
    Mitchell's Fish Market does more than fish—they also do shellfish! Their general menu contains a variety of seafood appetizers and entrées, such as New Orleans Seafood Gumbo, Chesapeake Bay Jumbo Crab Cakes, or Pumpkin Seed Crusted Tilapia. There are even a handful of non-seafood dishes, like Filet Mignon and Lemon-Pepper Grilled Chicken. Vegetarians have a handful of salads to pick from, but not much else. There are also daily fresh fish specials with several different preparation styles, including a their signature preparation, the Shang Hai. The décor at Mitchell's is, unsurprisingly, nautically themed. Mitchell's also has a bar with signature drinks, and even a raw foods bar for those feeling daring. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Maggiano's Little Italy

    26300 Cedar Road #1103 Beachwood, OH 44122 United States - Phone: +1 216 755 3000
    Maggiano's Little Italy is the name of the restaurant, though not the location. Maggiano's is located in Beachwood Place mall instead of Cleveland's Little Italy district. Maggiano's is also notable for its large servings. Single entrées are large enough, but Maggiano's also offers "family style" servings of huge plates passed around to all members of the party. The family-style menu features classic staples, such as Chicken Parmesan, Veal Marsala, or even Lobster Ravioli. Single entrées are more diverse and have more vegetarian options, like Fettuccine Alfredo. They also serve entrée salads like Roasted Chicken and Arugula, or baked Mushroom Ravioli al Forno. Maggiano's is also notable for being friendly to those who are looking for gluten-free meals. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Star @ Playhouse Square

    1515 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 621 8777
    Star is the house restaurant in the massive Playhouse Square building, which includes no fewer than seven different venues. The restaurant is adapted to its environment: the servers will perform Broadway songs and time meals to match the plays their customers are attending. The menu is even organized as a playbill, with appetizers as the Overture, salads and entrées as Act One and Two, respectively, and desserts as the Grand Finale. Entrées include Maryland Crab Stuffed Rainbow Trout with risotto, Australian Lamb Chops with garlic, rosemary, and caramelized apples and pears, and a vegetarian Penne Aglio Olio with garlic, kalamata olives, and artichoke hearts. Star at Playhouse Square's hours depend on the theater schedule.
  • Red, the Steakhouse

    3355 Richmond Road Beachwood, OH 44122 United States - Phone: +1 216 831 2252
    Red, the Steakhouse derived its odd-sounding name from its sister restaurant Moxie, the Restaurant. As its name implies, Red is a steak and seafood joint, though it also has a few pasta dishes. Vegetarians will find slim pickings on the menu. Appetizers include JB's Steak Tartare with shallots and capers, or French Onion Soup. The entrées also have an à la carte menu of sides like Truffled Mashed Potatoes or Parmesan Tater Tots. There's also a wide variety of steaks to choose from, such as Aged USDA Prime Ribeye or Free Range Domestic Veal. Red also prides itself on an extensive wine selection. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Melting Pot

    24741 Cedar Road Lyndhurst, OH 44124 United States - Phone: +1 216 381 2700
    Melting Pot is an upscale chain of fondue restaurants. Fondue is a Swiss-style dish that involves a large, shared pot of melted cheese in the center of a table, into which various foods, often bread, are dipped. Fondues are also often desserts, as melted chocolate tends to be rather popular. Melting Pot extends this concept by offering several entrées like Lobster Tail or Filet Mignon, as well as Crisp Salads. They also offer a "Big Night Out" special which includes salad, fondue, an entrée, and dessert. The cheeses come in different varieties, such as the four-cheese Quattro Fromaggio mix. Meat dishes allow patrons to cook their food in the fondue, with instructions from the servers. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Baci Nite Club & Fine Dining

    5909 Milan Road Sandusky, OH 44870 United States
    Baci Nite Club & Fine Dining is an elegant restaurant with a European-style nightclub located somewhat incongruously inside the Comfort Inn in Sandusky, Ohio (home of Cedar Point). The Baci Club, an independent restaurant, however, even turns into a dance club on Friday and Saturday nights. There is a dress code for the club, so baseball caps should be left at home. The "Fine Dining" at the Baci Club comes as a multiple-course meal where the menu is actually the food simply being shown to the customer. The Baci Club generally serves a mixture of American and Italian food. Of course, as a nightclub, it also offers a full bar. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Light Bistro

    2801 Bridge Avenue Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 771 7130
    Light Bistro in Ohio City offers tapas-style fine dining. There are several entrées, although they're intended to be shared amongst the diners. The menu offers “traditional” tapas, such as Potato, Onion, and Carrot Croquettes or Bacon-Wrapped Dates stuffed with almonds and cheese. There are also “Progressive American Tapas,” such as a Potato and Saffron Omelette with Barbecued Salmon, or the Calamari Po'Boy with red pepper aioli and caramelized onions. There are also flatbreads and pork and shrimp skewers. The larger dinner entrées feature the sumptuous Sweet Potato Ravioli with Rustic Ratatouille or even Grilled Ostrich with risotto. Light Bistro also has several tapas-and-wine-tasting events available on their website. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Bar Cento

    1948 West 25th Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 274 1010
    "Cento" (pronounced with the soft "ch") is Italian for one hundred. In Bar Cento's case, it means one hundred different wines on the menu. Beer fans will also be able to check out Bar Cento's next door neighbor and partner, the Bier Markt. Bar Cento provides more than just alcohol; it is also a full restaurant, notable for its Mediterranean cuisine and its full kitchen being open until 2a. There is also a daily "happy hour" from opening until 7p, and other events, such as “The Rock and Roll Wine Project” which mixes live vinyl DJs and wine tasting. The menu focuses on pizzas, and includes both traditional Italian-style, such as the Margherita, and "modern" pizza such as the Sunnyside Pizza with eggs and pancetta. Entrées include Acorn Squash Ravioli or Brick Oven Chicken. Bar Cento is also famous for its fries, which are cooked with rosemary or garlic. - Marjorie Jensen
  • LockKeepers

    8001 Rockside Road Valley View, OH 44125 United States - Phone: +1 216 524 9404
    LockKeepers is an upscale American-Italian restaurant located in scenic Valley View, just south of Cleveland, along the Cuyahoga river. From the outside, LockKeepers looks like a rustic country inn, though that belies the elegant wood-paneled décor inside. LockKeepers also has an extensive wine list and is known for employing the rare Master Sommelier to guide diners through the wine list. The cuisine at LockKeepers is upscale American with an Italian flair. Pasta dishes include a four-cheese Lasagna and Spaghetti Bolognese with beef and pork. Specialty entrées include Center Cut Filet Mignon, Scaloppini with veal or chicken, or Seared Yellowfin Tuna. LockKeepers also hosts regular events, such as wine tastings, which can be found on their website. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Michaelangelo's Fine Italian Restaurant and Wine Bar

    2198 Murray Hill Road Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 721 0300
    Unsurprisingly, Michaelangelo's is an Italian restaurant located in Little Italy. The “Fine Italian Restaurant and Wine Bar” has a warm, romantic décor, highlighted by its glass wine cabinets, showcasing its selection of vino. Michaelangelo's makes its pastas by hand, and offers a wide variety of pasta dishes, such as Veal Cannelloni and Four-Cheese Ravioli. Michaelangelo's also offers entrées such as Agnello, a grilled New Zealand rack of lamb, or Pesce, a Pan Seared Chilean Sea Bass. There are daily specials, including a daily risotto. Dessert-lovers can take part in Italian tiramisu and gelato. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, Michaelangelo's often offers live music. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Severance Restaurant & Case Club

    11001 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 231 7373
    Severance Restaurant and Case Lounge is the dining hall attached to Cleveland's Severance Hall, home of the Cleveland Orchestra since 1931. The building has undergone two major renovations since its opening, the most recent in the 1990s. That renovation included the space for the Severance Restaurant. The restaurant's hours and menu vary with the orchestra's schedule. Steak-and-seafood entrées are often available. Severance also does buffet-style meals, which have included dishes like Grilled Molasses Marinated Beef Tenderloin or Wild Mushroom & Zucchini Ragout, as well as appetizers and desserts. Severance also includes several wine options and a full bar. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Downtown 140

    140 North Main Street Hudson, OH 44236 United States - Phone: +1 330 655 2940
    Downtown 140 is an upscale American restaurant in Hudson, just south of Cleveland. The restaurant's décor is simple and elegant, with golden and brown woods mixed with black. The menu is divided into “smallest,” “small,” and "not-so-small" plates. Small plates are tapas-style, such as Artisan Cheeses or Kobe Beef Short Rib Dumplings. Small plates are appetizers such as Cheese Fondue or salads like Baby Beet or Warm Spinach. The not-so-small plates tend to be meat-based entrées like Prosciutto Wrapped Grouper or Beef Filet. Downtown 140 also has an extensive, award-winning wine list, and offers live music on Sunday nights. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Chez François

    555 Main Street Cleveland, OH 44089 United States - Phone: +1 440 967 0630
    Chez Francois is an elegant French restaurant located in Vermilion, west of Cleveland. The restaurant is located on the banks of the Vermilion River and has both an indoor dining room and outdoor Riverside Cafe. A dress code at Chez Francois is enforced, with more casual diners asked to dine outside. Chez Francois offers classic gourmet French cuisine with seasonal selections on the menu. Listed entrées are not vegetarian-friendly, but have several seafood, chicken, and mammal selections, such as Homemade Raviolis stuffed with lobster, and Ris de Veau Grenobloise, a dish of veal sweetbreads. Chez Francois also offers  seasonal special multi-course dinners paired with specific wines. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Leopard (The)

    600 North Aurora Road Cleveland, OH 44202 United States - Phone: +1 330 562 2111
    The Leopard is a prestigious restaurant located in Aurora, just southeast of Cleveland, which has received AAA's 4-diamond rating. The Leopard describes its food as a fusion of American, French, and Japanese cuisine. Appetizers like French Onion Soup and sushi-grade tuna demonstrate the eclectic nature of the menu. There are also salads available, which are the best option for vegetarians. Entrées include seafood such as Lobster Bolognese or Panko Crusted Grouper, and red meat like Spring Lamb or Filet Mignon. The Leopard also offers a "Chef's Table" located in its kitchen, where the chef personally prepares a several-course meal for a small number of guests. The Leopard also has an extensive wine list, with an expert on hand to help guests pick the appropriate wine for their meal. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Diamond Grille

    77 West Market Street Cleveland, OH 44333 United States - Phone: +1 330 253 0041
    Open since the 1950s, the Diamond Grille is Akron's oldest steakhouse. Behind a subtle, unassuming exterior in downtown Akron, the décor reflects the classic 50s steakhouse look. The menu is traditional steak-and-seafood fare, but oriented towards specialized steaks, with filets, strip steaks, and more. Appetizers include traditional steakhouse fare such as sumptuous shrimp cocktails. The Diamond Grille is also a good place to people-watch when the PGA Tour is in Akron, as the pro-golfers often eat there. The Diamond Grille also features a full bar. Patrons should note that the Diamond Grille does not accept credit cards. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Ken Stewart's Grille

    1970 West Market Street Cleveland, OH 44312 United States - Phone: +1 330 867 2555
    Ken Stewart's Grille appears to be a normal, upscale steak-and-seafood restaurant at first glance, but its menu ends up being much more varied. There are traditional steaks such as the Peppercorn Filet or New York Strip, but there's also a contemporary-flavored Grilled Flank Steak with wasabi, ginger and soy sauce. Seafood options include Macadamian Nut Crusted Ahi Tuna or Sun-Dreid Tomato Crusted Grouper, while vegetarians have a few options, such as Penne pasta or a Seasonal Grilled Vegetable Platter. The décor is warm, based around bricks and earth tones. Ken Stewart's also has a full bar and a large, award-winning wine selection. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse

    123 West Prospect Avenue Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 344 2444
    Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse offers a menu with a Cleveland sports flair, like a steak Kosar after the famous Browns' quarterback (but look out for ineffective current coaches!). Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse is an upscale, straightforward, award-winning steak-and-seafood restaurant. Several salads, appetizers, and sides are vegetarian-friendly, but entrées are almost entirely weighted towards different seafood or steaks, such as The Garlic Steak, or Cold Water Lobster Tail. Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse also has a happy hour with specialty martinis every weekday from 4:30-6:30p, and the steakhouse also hosts an extensive wine list. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Giovanni's Ristorante

    25550 Chagrin Avenue Cleveland, OH 44122 United States - Phone: +1 216 831 8625
    Giovanni's Ristorante is a top-class Italian restaurant located in Beachwood. It has won a AAA 4-diamond award, one of just a handful of restaurants in Cleveland to do so. After its 2001 renovation, the décor is warm and speckled with prints of famous Picasso paintings. The menu aims for authenticity, right down to the lengthy Italian dish names (though they're followed by English descriptions). Entrées include Costoletta di Vitello “Osso Lungo,” a charred long bone veal chop, or Scottato di Oppoglosso Impanato, a potato-crusted halibut. Vegetarians have salad and pasta choices, such as Linguine al Pesto Genovese or Capellini D'Angelo Aluarrabbiata, an angel hair garlic pasta dish. Giovanni's also has an extensive, award-winning wine list. - Marjorie Jensen
  • 'Stino da Napoli

    19070 Old Detroit Road Rocky River, OH 44116 United States - Phone: +1 440 331 3944
    'Stino da Napoli began as a carry-out joint, but has since become a great place for inexpensive, light Neapolitan fare. The most notable thing at 'Stino da Napoli may be the sauces and dressings, which have been so popular that they've been bottled for purchase at the 'Stino website. 'Stino's menu features pastas and other entrees like the veal medallions sauteed with lemon, butter and clam. 'Stino's also offers nightly dinner specials, but note that they take cash only. 
  • Sweet Melissa's

    19337 Detroit Road Cleveland, OH 44116 United States - Phone: +1 440 333 6357
    Sweet Melissa's is the successor to the popular Max's Deli. Max's, which was housed in the same spot, unexpectedly closed, and two former employees stepped in to fill the void. Sweet Melissa's also attempts to have as small an environment footprint as possible, including biodegradable takeout packaging and organic ingredients. The varied menu has traditional entrées, entrée salads, and sandwiches. Vegetarians will have a range of options, including Lasagna or Baked Eggplant, while meat lovers can have Pesto Gnocchi with grilled chicken or Filet Mignon. The dessert case at Sweet Melissa's is also a major draw, with White Chocolate Truffles, Tiramisu, and more. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Hunan Coventry

    1800 Coventry Road Cleveland Heights, OH 44118 United States - Phone: +1 216 371 0777
    Hunan Coventry is, as the name suggests, a Chinese restaurant in the Coventry area. As such, it will offer few surprises to those familiar with American-Chinese restaurants — but Hunan Coventry is an award-winning Cleveland tradition. Though it possesses the name of a single Chinese province, the menu includes several dishes from several different areas of China. Dishes like the Hunan Chicken, Beef, or Shrimp are specialties. Other house favorites include General Tso's Chicken, Honey Lemon Chicken, or Drunken Salmon. Vegetarians also have options such as Moo Shu Vegetables and Broccoli with Tofu and Shiitake Mushroom. The Wonton Soup is spoken highly of. Hunan Coventry offers takeout, but does not deliver. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Hunan by the Falls

    508 East Washington Street Cleveland, OH 44022 United States - Phone: +1 440 247 0808
    Hunan By The Falls is an award-winning Chinese restaurant in Chagrin Falls, east of Cleveland. Hunan's décor is simple, elegant, and significantly different from the normal Chinese restaurant's chinoiserie—the walls and tablecloths are white, with brightly colored abstract paintings adorning the walls. The menu includes Chinese and Thai standards, such as Mongolian Beef and Pad Thai, but also makes some interesting diversions, such as Tangerine Beef or Ginger Scallion China Sole. Vegetarians will also find several dishes to enjoy, such as the Chef's Vegetarian Special Fire Pot or Spicy Asian Eggplant in Garlic Sauce. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Momocho

    1835 Fulton Road Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 694 2122
    Momocho advertises itself as a “creative, modern Mexican” restaurant. The décor is dark and warm, with candles on all of the tables and paintings of Mexican wrestlers adorning the walls. The menu is equally playful: there are several different kinds of guacamole, from traditional to goat cheese, blue cheese, or even smoked trout guacamole. There are also several styles of taquitos, such as machaca with coffee and braised beef, or tinga with spice grilled chicken. Customers also relish the option to create their own taquito. Entrees include avocado leaf crusted tuna or mushroom quesadillas. Momocho also has a daily happy hour. 
  • Benihana

    23611 Chagrin Boulevard Cleveland, OH 44122 United States - Phone: +1 216 464 7575
    Benihana is a national teppanyaki chain with over a dozen locations in the nation, but only one in Cleveland. Teppanyaki is a style of Japanese cooking and dining, involving a large iron grill upon which meats and vegetables are fried. Teppanyaki chefs are also known for their theatrics and style, performing tricks for the customers. The menu includes well-known Japanese fare, such as Terayaki Chicken and sushi, as well as Benihana specialties like Benihana Delight with chicken and shrimp, or Texas Imperial, a hibachi chateaubriand steak with lobster tail. Vegetarians will have a few options, such as the Vegetable Delight. Like many other Japanese restaurant, the food is served at large communal tables. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Golden Dragon

    2201 Lee Road Cleveland, OH 44118 United States - Phone: +1 216 321 8686
    The all-encompassing term "Chinese food" connects many different regional cuisines under a large umbrella. Golden Dragon restaurant in Cleveland offers several different types of regional Chinese food. Szechuan cuisine from southwestern China is often stir-fried or steamed, and includes favorites such as Kung Pao Chicken. Golden Dragon also offers Hunan cuisine, from south-central China, which is particularly spicy and includes Orange Beef and Chicken. Mandarin, or Beijing-style Chinese food, based around the capital in northern China, includes such favorites as Peking Duck and Hot and Sour Soup, and doesn't use as much rice as other Chinese cuisines. Golden Dragon also delivers, and has a full bar inside. - Marjorie Jensen
  • V-Li's Thai Cuisine

    129 North Canal Street Canal Fulton, OH 44614 United States - Phone: +1 330 854 5344
    There exists the occasional American diner who dismisses Thai cuisine as some kind of poor imitation of Chinese food. While similarities exist between some common dishes, such as sweet-and-sour sauce, Thai's thicker curries and noodle dishes offer major texture and taste differences that should not be overlooked. V-Li's Thai Cuisine, in Canal Fulton, to the south of Akron, offers a traditional Thai dining experience. Many favorites, such as Pad Thai are available, like Red or Green Curry, made with, respectively, red and green chilies. Thai cuisine's most famous soup, Tom Yam, a hot and sour soup, made with chicken, pork, or seafood, is also available. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Marcelita's

    7774 Darrow Road Hudson, OH 44236 United States - Phone: +1 330 656 2129
    Marcelita's Mexican Restaurant is an award-winning Hudson tradition, having been open since 1978. Its menu aims for authentic Mexican food instead of the more common American Tex-Mex, which to Marcelita's means "flavors rather than hotness." Marcelita's offers the usual combination plates, enchiladas, nachos, burritos, and tacos. There are also several dinner specials, such as Veggie Fajitas with squash, zucchini, yams, broccoli, peppers and onions, or Pollo con Frijoles Negros, a chicken breast black bean stew. Marcelita's also offers several signature margaritas, with a happy hour between 3-7p on weekdays. Live bands also play Marcelita's on Friday and Saturday evenings. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Number One Pho

    3120 Superior Avenue East Cleveland, OH 44114 United States - Phone: +1 216 781 1176
    Pho is a Vietnamese soup made with a long-simmering broth, thinly sliced meat (or tofu), and rice noodles, and garnished with onions, basil, and bean sprouts. Pho broth is in generally made with beef. It's often served in very large portions, and the garnish is presented on a plate for the diner to add as he or she feels fit. Cleveland's Number One Pho offers a traditional Vietnamese menu in a classy, downtown décor. The pho varieties available on the menu include several beef options, such as Pho Tai Nam with rare beef and brisket, or chicken in the Pho Ga. Vegetarian soups include Canh rau Cai, a vegetable soup. Vietnamese entrées, are also available, such as Bun Xao Chay, a vegetable stir-fry, or Com tam Suon bi Cha, porkchop on broken rice. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Flying Fig

    2523 Market Avenue Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 241 4243
    Located in Ohio City, this small yet elegant eatery is a perennial favorite for both romantic and corporate folks. The interior at Flying Fig is noteworthy, but it's the creative, sumptuous entrees that keep the crowd satisfied. Refreshing drinks from the elegant bar coupled with courteous service contribute to creating a relaxed atmosphere. Come to unwind after work or bring close pals to sip on a drink or two.
  • Happy Dog

    5801 Detroit Avenue Cleveland, OH 44102 United States - Phone: +1 216 651 9474
    When you are low on cash, but still want to experience great entertainment, look no further than The Happy Dog. When you visit this venue, you'll notice that it's a small space and has an unpretentious atmosphere.  The Happy Dog hosts excellent live music performances, serves delicious hot dogs, and attracts an extremely eclectic crowd. There's also an excellent drinks menu to help enhance the experience.
  • Now That's Class

    11213 Detroit Avenue Cleveland, OH 44102 United States - Phone: +1 216 221 8576
    This self-proclaimed venue certainly has managed to live up to its name. And this comes as no surprise since it exudes a unique elegance, and boasts of a style that's hard to define. Besides some really cool live music performances, this venue also showcases some excellent underground acts, screens cult movies, and hosts groovy DJ events. And better still, it also features daily happy hours where patrons can buy some already cheap drinks for an even cheaper rate. The music at Now That's Class revolves around punk and rock, and usually attracts crowds that thrive on these genres.
  • West Park Station

    17015 Lorain Avenue Cleveland, OH 44111 United States - Phone: +1 216 476 2000
    West Park Station is the ideal place to chill out with friends, have a meal by yourself, or even host a family get-together. That's because, besides it age no bar policy, this place also offers its patrons excellent music, drinks, and live entertainment. The menu is also selected with the utmost care, so as to suit all palates with its American, Irish, and Italian cuisine. Besides performances by some snazzy rock, pop, punk and funk artists, West Park Station also features Station Games Nights, Ladies Nights, Music Mania Weekends, and other fun events.
  • Melt Bar & Grilled

    13463 Cedar Road Cleveland Heights, OH 44118 United States - Phone: +1 216 965 0988
    Melt Bar & Grilled in Lakewood initially looks like a corner bar, but inside is a unique, diverse beer bar and grilled cheese sandwich restaurant. The beer list includes twenty different drafts on tap as well as weekly specials. Melt even includes a beer guide to describe which beers go with which foods. The menu comes printed on old LPs, and includes a wide variety of grilled cheese sandwiches, burgers, and salads. Some of the featured grilled cheese sandwiches include chorizo and potato, the tuna  melt with ginger wasabi, and the grilled peanut butter with banana.
  • Frank Sterle’s Slovenian Country House

    1401 East 55th Street Cleveland, OH 44103 United States - Phone: +1 216 881 4181
    Frank Sterle's Slovenian Country House is a Cleveland staple, having been open for over fifty years. The restaurant is located within a huge, "Alpine-style" beer hall, which can hold hundreds of people in its main and banquet halls. The food is equally huge, served in large portions either family-style or in individual entrées. The menu branches out from Slovenian food into Polish, German, and other central and eastern European styles. Frank Sterle's specializes in its weinerschnitzel and veal options, such as the Sterle Schnitzel with mushrooms and sour cream, or Veal Parmesan. Other entrées include Chicken Scallopini, Liver & Onions, and even a few omelet options. Vegetarians may find slim pickings on the menu. Frank Sterle's also has a full bar, and polka music on Friday and Saturday nights. - Marjorie Jensen
  • India Garden

    18405 Detroit Avenue Cleveland, OH 44107 United States - Phone: +1 216 221 0676
    Indian Garden claims to be the first Indian restaurant in the nation to offer "hakka" cuisine. "Hakka" in this case means the food Chinese make in India, somewhat analogous to American-Chinese food (such as General Tso's Chicken). In addition to the Indian-Chinese food, India Garden also offers common Indian dishes like Tandoori Chicken, and vindaloos, curries, and kebabs with shrimp, lamb, chicken, and even goat, alongside naan and lassis. Vegetarians will have a wide selection at India Garden, such as Baingan Bhartha, a roasted eggplant dish, or Saag Paneer, cheese squares in a spinach dish. India Garden also offers a lunch buffet. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Joe's Deli

    19215 Hilliard Boulevard Cleveland, OH 44116 United States - Phone: +1 440 333 7890
    Joe's Deli & Restaurant is a West Cleveland staple. Located in an unassuming location, the place is still consistently busy. Though its name doesn't imply it, Joe's Deli is not merely American sandwiches, but also shows several Middle Eastern, particularly Lebanese and Jewish, influences. For example, Joe's is famous for its Matzoh-ball soup, and also has Shish Tawook - chicken in a pita sandwich available on the menu. American deli fare features Corned Beef and Reuben sandwiches, Philly Cheesesteaks, and Chicken Melts. Vegetarians have a few options, such as a Portabella Mushroom Burger, Egg Salad Sandwich, or several different salads. Joe's also offers more traditional dinner entrées, such as Salmon or Strip Steak. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Mama Santa's

    12305 Mayfield Road Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 231 9567
    Mama Santa's is an award-winning Cleveland tradition, located in Little Italy. It is most famous for its pizza, which is simple and without any exotic toppings; Mama Santa's sticks with pepperoni, sausage, mushrooms, onions, peppers, and anchovies. The restaurant also offers a variety of Italian entrées as well. There are several spaghetti or rigatoni options, with garlic, oil and parsley, or with meatballs. Mama Santa's also offers several veal options, such as Veal Parmigiana or a Veal Cutlet. They even make their own Lasagna and Fettuccine. There are also several sandwiches and appetizers, such as Minestrone Soup and Mozzarella Sticks. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Rocky River Brewing Company

    21290 Center Ridge Road Cleveland, OH 44116 United States - Phone: +1 440 895 2739
    The Rocky River Brewing Company is a brewpub attached to the Rocky River microbrewery in, unsurprisingly, the Rocky River area of Cleveland. The wide variety of beers is one of the main draws. Rocky River offers seasonal brews for Christmas, Halloween, and Valentine’s Day, and it also offers a range of Ales, Wheats, Fruity beers, Pale Ales, Porters, and Stouts. The food offered is also quite varied, including buckets of Mini Burgers or Wings, salads, burgers, entrées, and more. The entrées include pasta dishes like the Rocky River’s version of Pad Thai or Bowtie Pesto Pasta with chicken. Carnivores can partake from Cooper’s Baby Back Ribs or Gorgonzola Strip Steak, while pescatarians may enjoy One Potato, Two Potato Grouper or Herb & Panko Crusted Tilapia. Rocky River also has a full bar which stays open after the restaurant with bar food.- Marjorie Jensen
  • Parallax

    2179 West 11th Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 583 9999
    Parallax is a bustling, modern seafood-oriented restaurant in the Tremont area of Cleveland. The décor is modern, clean and sparse, featuring warm grays and browns. The wine list is extensive;diners are encouraged to learn about wines and expand their horizons. Parallax's menu offers both entrées and sushi, in addition to appetizers, salads, and desserts. The sushi includes several fusion-style rolls, such as the Spider Roll with crab, avocado, cucumber, lettuce, and roe, or the Lobster Roll with crab, avocado, and jalapeño. Entrées are about two-thirds seafood, along with other meat and vegetarian dishes. Featured seafood includes Mahi Mac & Cheese or Alaskan King Crab with lemon butter. Vegetarians can partake in Egg Noodles with Japanese pickled vegetables and tofu, or Grilled Vegetables and tofu, while carnivores can taste Slow Roasted Lamb Shank or Grilled Pork Tenderloin.
  • 2020 Martini Café & Lounge

    2020 Center Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 776 0202
    Opened in 2008 by Twyla Garrett, this Stonebridge Square venue offers a light wood and brick décor. The menu changes regularly, but some standard offerings include Fusion Wings, Fusion Fish and Chips, and gourmet burgers. There are some vegetarian dishes—veggie burgers and salads—in addition to many vegetarian pizza options. Their wood-fired, individual-sized pizzas follow the Vera Pizza Napoletana Organization's standards. Pizza options include Margherita, Neapolitan cheese and tomato; Prosciutto and Arugula; and shrimp with red peppers. There is a no-cheese vegan pizza as well as Pizza Bianca—white pizzas, no tomato-sauce—varieties. As their name suggests, they have a variety of specialty martinis to choose from: Blue 2020, Cantaloupe, and Peach Bellini. To finish, try their Mocha Fusion Homemade Cupcakes Trio. They also offer regular entertainment like DJs, singers and bands. Check their website for current listings of upcoming artists. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Alfredo's at the Inn

    780 Beta Drive Cleveland, OH 44143 United States - Phone: +1 440 449 4833
    This venue is located inside the Holiday Inn, which offers garden patio outdoor dining in good weather. House specialties include Veal Parmigiana, Eggplant Marinara, Tripe, and Rosemary Roasted Chicken. They also offer a variety of brick-oven pizzas (like Margherita, Bianco, and Con Pollo), fish dishes (like Frutta Di Mare- shrimp, baby clams and fresh mussels sautéed in a marinara or a white wine sauce over linguine), and meats (like Filet Mignon and Beef Braciola). During their breakfast and lunch hours, guests can order omelets, cinnamon swirl french toast, salads, and sandwiches in addition to the more traditional Italian fare. They offer a full bar and a variety of handmade desserts. The cocktail lounge stays open later with a smaller menu. Alfredo's also caters events at the hotel, like banquets, reunions, or receptions. - Marjorie Jensen 
  • Babushka's Kitchen

    9199 Olde Eight Road, Suite D Cleveland, OH 44067 United States - Phone: +1 330 468 0402
    This family-owned kitchen, which they call a "commercial version of your Grandmother’s house," was opened in 2004. There is no table service; customers place their order at the counter and can eat in the casual, mauve dining space. However, the food is authentic, made from scratch, and the servings are huge. Signature dishes include Stuffed Cabbage (Golabki) and Smoked Kielbasa. They have revived their famous and award-winning Stash’s Pierogi, which is the same recipe, but now called Babushka’s Pierogi. They are also known for their sauerkraut, potato pancakes, and dumplings. Don’t leave without some Kolachky (pastries)! Babushka’s also offers catering, call-in orders, and take out. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Bistro on Main

    1313 West Main Street Kent, OH 44240 United States - Phone: +1 330 673 9900
    Kent, Ohio–just south of Cleveland–is  famous for being a university town with the faster, cheaper fare that entails. However, Kent's Bistro on Main offers a higher-end menu for more elegant dining. Bistro on Main's menu offers upscale American dining with appetizers that include Asparagus Breadsticks, or small pizza options such as Pizza Margherite or Spicy Chicken. Entrées can change seasonally, and feature pasta dishes like Black Pepper Tagliatelle or Adult Mac n' Cheese with lobster, chorizo and banana peppers. Carnivores can also enjoy Blue Cheese New York Strip Steak, or Fire Roasted Jamaican Jerk-Spiced Pork Tenderloin. Bistro on Main also offers several martini and other drink specials, and has a full wine list. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Noosa Bistro

    7418 Mentor Avenue Cleveland, OH 44060 United States - Phone: +1 440 953 1088
    Named after a town in Australia, this venue boasts over 75 different martinis and a large wine list. In addition to weekly specials, their menu offers a variety of seafood options like Soy-Ginger Glazed Salmon, Chilean Sea Bass, and Sautéed Mango Shrimp; pasta selections such as Capellini Arrabiata (marinara, spicy Italian sausage, capers, onions, garlic, white wine, and fresh herbs) and Butternut Squash Ravioli (with duck, sweet peas, and thyme cream sauce); and other favorites like Grilled Rack of Lamb and Pork Tenderloin Scallopini. However, there is a very limited vegetarian selection: Tomato Basil Soup, Bruschetta, and a few salads. Be sure to try their tiramisu! In the summer they also offer patio seating. - Marjorie Jensen
  • P.J.'s Luncheonette

    530 Euclid Avenue, No. 10 Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 861 2475
    Located underneath the Marriott in downtown Cleveland's Colonial Marketplace, P.J.'s Luncheonette is an old-school lunch counter, offering cheap diner food made right in front of its customers. Although most of P.J.'s menu is traditional American diner fare, it does offer a handful of Mediterranean options, like hummus or a pita burger. The breakfast menu features several specials, such as Special #3, which includes two hotcakes and two eggs. Lunch includes omelets, sandwiches, burgers, and house specialty entrées like Roast Beef Dinner or Fried Fillet of Perch. P.J.'s also has daily specials, such as Sloppy Joes on Thursday or Veal Cutlets on Monday. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Geppetto's Pizza & Ribs

    17103 Detroit Avenue Cleveland, OH 44107 United States - Phone: +1 216 529 1400
    Geppetto's Pizza and Ribs is a Cleveland area staple, with nearly 20 locations in northeast Ohio. As their name suggests, they focus primarily on Americanized comfort food. The menu is loaded with wings, ribs, sandwiches, pizzas, calzones and burgers, with wraps and salads making token appearances. Geppetto's combines both parts of its name in their BBQ Lovers Pizza with ribs and onions, but they do also have vegetarian fare like the Veggie Delight, with mushrooms, onions, peppers, olives, and tomatoes. Their sandwiches are fairly typical Italian deli fare, such as the Chicken Parmesan, Philly Cheesesteak, and also a French Dip. Geppetto's also has several dinner entrées, such as Chicken Alfredo or Breaded Cod. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Wonder Bar

    2044 East 4th Street Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 932 3050
    Wonder Bar's sign declares that it offers three things: Food. Drink. Jazz. Though the "jazz" part of the deal occurs on Saturday nights, the other two are on offer five days a week. Wonder Bar's small kitchen necessitates a menu of upscale comfort food, such as Camembert Mac and Cheese or nachos with chicken and scallions. There are also several small pizzas offered: Basil Pesto, Goat Cheese, and Tomato pizza, or Pepperoni and Mushroom. They are also noted for their Cincinnati-style Chili, with add-ons like bacon or onions. Their drink menu features several house cocktails like The Man-tini with Johnny Walker Gold, Honey, and Sparkling Wine, or the Two Goose Martini with Grey Goose vodka and Spruce Goose Sparkling Pinot Noir. They also have several absinthe drinks, and a weekday happy hour menu. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Zocalo Mexican Grill & Tequileria

    2071 East 4th Street Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 781 0420
    Mexico City has the world's most famous "Zocalo," a massive town square in the heart of the city. The name is literally a translation of “base”—as the square houses the base of an abandoned column—but has generally come to mean a town square or meeting place. Downtown Cleveland's Zocalo Mexican Grill and Tequileria took that part of the name as its inspiration. The menu is fairly standard for a Mexican restaurant in the United States, but also features house specialties like Jalisco Steak with spicy Chipotle sauce, or Tacos Pescado with Mahi Mahi, cabbage slaw and guacamole. The guacamole appetizer can be made for the customer at their table, allowing them to customize its ingredients. Zocalo's other attraction is its selection of tequilas and margaritas. Zocalo has dozens of tequilas of increasing quality available by the glass. They also have several different margaritas, such as a Sangria Rita or a Key West with melon and pina colada. Zocalo even offers two different happy hours, one before dinner and one after, with different food and drink options. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Nauti Mermaid

    1378 West 6th Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 771 6175
    This Key West-inspired venue offers American seafood and a full bar. Specialties include the Salmon Gyro, Nauti Burger with a fried egg, and Alaskan Red King Crab. They feature a raw bar with shrimp, clams, mussels, and oysters. The Nauti Mermaid doesn’t have much vegetarian fare: a few salads, hush puppies, and deep-fried corn-on-the-cob. On Monday through Friday from 4p-7p, they offer popular happy hour specials on drafts and appetizers, in addition to other daily specials. The bar also features Nintendo Wii, free WiFi, and four big-screen TVs. The bar offers a good beer list as well as a variety of mixed drinks. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Ponte Vecchio Ristorante

    2100 Superior Viaduct Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 556 8200
    Ponte Vecchio, translated as "old bridge," offers a stunning view, red brick walls, granite and wood accents, and seasonal covered patio seating. Pasta dishes include Goat Cheese Ravioli; Fussili with bacon, lentils, and rapini; and Pappardelle with lamb sausage, cauliflower, and Swiss chard in an aglio e olio. Patrons can order half portions of most pasta dishes. There are also fish and meat options such as Veal Milanese or Scallops Florentine with spinach, prosciutto, toasted pine nuts and a tomato scallion beurre blanc. Vegetarians can enjoy the Tuesday night special five-course vegetarian dinner paired with wine. Mondays through Fridays from 5-7p, they feature a happy hour with half-priced drinks—including bottles of wine—at the bar. Ponte Vecchio also provides free Wi-Fi throughout the restaurant. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Flannery's Pub

    323 Prospect Avenue E Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 781 7782
    Flannery's Irish Pub is a massive Irish-American pub in downtown Cleveland capable of serving over a hundred customers at a time. They have a wide range of beers on draft including, of course, Guiness, and several Guiness mixes like Black & Tans with Bass or Black Velvet with cider—all served in larger 20oz Imperial pints. Their dinner features specifically Irish entrées like Fish and Chips or Chicken Cottage Pie, but it also includes more general fare, like New York Strip Steak or Chicken Fettucine. Flannery's also serves a variety of soups, salads, sandwiches, wraps and burgers. Vegetarians can try their Grilled Portabella sandwich or a Fresh Spinach sandwich. Flannery's also has live music on Friday and Saturday nights. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Sweetwater Landing

    1500 Scenic Park Drive Cleveland, OH 44107 United States - Phone: +1 206 229 2233
    Sweetwater Landing is a picturesque dining hall and grill near the Emerald Necklace Marina. It offers two distinct dining options: a catered section year-round, and an outdoor grill during the summer months. The catered dinners at Sweetwater Landing are for parties of 30-100 and are buffet-style affairs with a choice of salads, sides, desserts, and entrées. The entrées feature choices like Apricot Chicken, Lasagna with meat or vegetarian, and Hand Carved Prime Rib. Sweetwater Landing's summer grill menu, on the other hand, is primarily sandwich-and-salads, with Patty Melts, Garden Burgers, Corned Beef Reubens, or Grilled Chicken and Pasta Salad, Taco Salad, or Sausolito Spinach. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Osteria di Valerio & Al

    408 West Saint Clair Avenue Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 285 9490
    Osteria di Valerio & Al is an oddly named, award-winning upscale Italian restaurant in the Grand Arcade in Cleveland's Warehouse District. This tiny restaurant and bar offers a menu featuring northern Italian food and wines. Available fresh pasta dishes include Spinach Ravioli in Tomato Basil Sauce with peas and ricotta, or Penne alla Puttanesca with anchovies and spicy tomato sauce. Other entrees, aimed at carnivores, include Veal with mushrooms and truffle oil or a Filet Mignon with Gorgonzola sauce and mushrooms. Featured salads include a Belgian Endive with Gorgonzola and berries salad, and soups include Fresh Shellfish Stew. Osteria di Valerio & Al includes a full bar and has live Frank Sinatra covers on weekends. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Bob Golic’s Sports Bar & Grille

    1213 West 6th Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 363 1130
    In his celebrated career, Bob Golic has played professional football, been a sports announcer, and most importantly, played a Residential Advisor in the classic Saved By The Bell: The College Years. That experience may or may not have been relevant in one of his more recent ventures, the opening of Bob Golic's Sports Bar and Grille in downtown Cleveland. The former Brown decorated his restaurant with Cleveland sports memorabilia and televisions to watch the games, as well as a menu filled with affordable burgers, sandwiches, pizzas and salads. Specialty pizzas feature Veggie and Meat Lovers options, as well as BBQ Chicken and Hawaiian. Golic has a burger named after him, with caramelized onions on a Kaiser bun. Bob Golic's also has dozens of beers available on tap. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Tower City Center

    230 West Huron Road Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 771 0033
    Located in a renovated train terminal, Tower City provides a great shopping experience in Cleveland. With stores like Lids, Bath & Body Works, Manhattan, and Claire's, you could easily spend an entire day here. In case you get hungry, there are plenty of dining options available, such as Hard Rock Cafe, Tower Deli, Houlihan's Restaurant and Bar, and Zeppe's Pizzeria. 
  • Aurora Farms Premium Outlets

    549 South Chillicothe Road Aurora, OH 44202 United States - Phone: +1 330 562 2000
    Located 35 minutes southeast of Cleveland, Aurora Farms Premium Outlets offers upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of 70 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy amazing savings every day. Stores include Adidas, Brooks Brothers, Calvin Klein, Coach, Polo Ralph Lauren, Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th and many more.
  • Sunshine Too

    1788 Coventry Road Cleveland, OH 44118 United States - Phone: +1 216 321 1211
    It offers a very convenient base for shopping—Sunshine Too offers everything under the sun made of leather like pants, jackets, skirts or accessories. If you are unable to find the thing you need, Sunshine Too guarantees to provide it to you custom made within a short span of time. Considering the small size of the store, it offers a huge collection of must haves.
  • Legacy Village

    25001 Cedar Road Lyndhurst, OH 44124 United States - Phone: +1 216 382 3871
    This outdoor mall boasts many shopping options including Contessa Gallery, Nordstrom Rack, Charming Charlie, and Jos. A. Bank Clothiers. Legacy Village has an array of restaurants such as The Melting Pot, Claddagh Irish Pub, Brio Tuscan Grille, and The Cheesecake Factory. Patrons can get pampered at the Sola Salon Studios, get pumped at LA Fitness, or get perked at Starbucks. 
  • Eton : Chagrin Boulevard

    28601 Chagrin Boulevard Woodmere, OH 44122 United States - Phone: +1 216 591 0544
    This upscale shopping center includes boutiques like Anthropologie, Orvis, Sur La Table, and The North Face. Eton offers several restaurants to energize patrons: Paladar, Pacific East, Mitchell's Fish Market, and Bravo! Cucina Italiana. After a long day of shopping, customers can get a workout at Get-A-Lift Studio. Keep an eye out for special events here. 
  • Stone Oven Bakery Café

    2267 Lee Road Cleveland, OH 44118 United States - Phone: +1 216 932 3003
    The Stone Oven Bakery Café was opened in the 1990s by owners who wanted Americans to have the chance to experience European-style breads, and create more social spaces. From this came the Stone Oven Bakery Café, which was the first in Cleveland to offer handmade artisan breads, such as San Francisco Sourdough, Challah, and Siciliano. The bustling café uses those breads for sandwiches, pastries, and so on. Each location also has two different soups each day, and the coffee is fair trade. The Stone Oven also caters. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Flower Child Vintage

    11508 Clifton Boulevard Cleveland, OH 44102 United States - Phone: +1 216 939 9933
    Transform your home or your closet at Flower Child Vintage. Amazing items from the 1930s through the 1980s are beautifully displayed in the store. Costume jewelry, designer clothes from past eras, and handbags with a hint of nostalgia are great for costumes or just for adding a vintage flair to your everyday look. Mid-century furniture, funky lamps, and beautiful pottery will take your home to a different time. 
  • Big Fun Toy Store

    11512 Clifton Boulevard Cleveland, OH 44102 United States - Phone: +1 216 631 4386
    Toy stores are no longer just for kids. At Big Fun Toy Store, adults will find much to keep themselves entertained with. Vintage toys are sold alongside newer ones creating a unique atmosphere that everyone in the family will love. If you're not already feeling nostalgic when you visit, the old-school action figures and Nintendo games will do the trick. 
  • West Side Market

    1979 West 25th Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 664 3387
    Need some fresh veggies to cook up some food for your family on a special day? Then head to the popular West Side Market which stocks the best of vegetables. The market not only offers fresh vegetable produce but also fresh seafood, numerous bakeries, cafes, and fresh meat stalls. West Side is your one stop shop for all your food necessities. Shops include Crepes de Luxe, The Cheese Shop and Maria's Fresh Produce to name a few. Even though some outlets here accept credit cards, it would be better to bring cash to avoid disappointment. 
  • Galleria at Erieview (The)

    1301 East 9th Street Cleveland, OH 44114 United States - Phone: +1 216 861 4343
    The Galleria at Erieview was just a tower before it flourished as a shopping center. After a few years though, the sales dwindled and as such talks to renovate the mall in to a convention center were in motion. However, good sense prevailed and the galleria remained as it is. The famed Dollar Bank shifted its operations here and so did other major business ventures. As such today, Galleria at Erieview is not just a shopping mall but a commercial and business space too. The food court is still raved about by the locals with outlets like the Asian Kitchen and Quizno's drawing in the crowd. Also, for the arty sorts, The Frame Center Gallery and The Herndon Gallery houses a variety of exhibits. Shoppers can head here too, for retail outlets like Dario Fashion group, Glitz Women's Boutique and more are present to grab your attention. Private large events can take place at the 68,000 space at the galleria. Check the website or call for added information.
  • The Arcade

    401 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44114 United States - Phone: +1 216 696 1408
    The Arcade opened as early as in 1890 and was the first indoor shopping center in America. It still sports a Victorian facade and consists of three buildings with a glass skylight spanning over four balconies. Restaurants include Chocolate Bar, Greek Express and Presto Sandwiches among numerous others. Stores include flower shops, clinics, clothing boutiques and more. The space is available for events, too. 
  • Total Nutrition Shop

    6873 West 130th Street Parma Heights, OH 44130 United States - Phone: +1 440 345 5660
  • Mac's Backs-Books on Coventry

    1820 Coventry Road Cleveland, OH 44118 United States - Phone: +1 216 321 2665
    Located across Coventry Road, the Mac's Backs-Books on Coventry is an independent book shop. This local store dates back to 1978 and is now an integral part of the Cleveland city. It stocks different genres of books, journals, documents and covers a wide variety of subjects. Dealing in new and second hand books, Mac's Backs-Books on Coventry boasts of a collection spread over three floors. Apart from that, it also hosts literary events that include poetry reading sessions, workshops, story sessions and book signing. For complete details and information on e-books, check website or call ahead.
  • Steinway Hall - Akron

    715 East Buchtel Avenue Akron, OH 44305 United States - Phone: +1 330 535 6070
    When it comes to pianos, Steinway is the most preferred choice; since 1836, it has been serving the music industry and artists by supplying excellent pianos. Be it an order for a concert piano or a simple one, the quality is standard and no efforts are spared in designing the perfect one. And, if you are on a limited budget, you can also browse through their pre-owned collection featuring pianos of different style, size and price. For complete details, check website or call ahead.
  • Room Service

    2078 West 25th Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 696 6220
    You'll find everything you need to decorate your house at this delightful store. With the owner's reputation as a successful interior designer helping quite a lot for the store's publicity, this place is high in public appeal. A large variety of unique items are on display and the service is exceptionally friendly. Room Service is definitely a worthy place to explore.
  • Little Italy

    2026 Murray Hill Road Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 543 1157
    In the heart of Ohio, you'll find Little Italy, Cleveland's Italian oasis. This neighborhood prides itself on its history, values, customs and traditions. The Italian influences are evident in the restaurants and boutiques lining the street, as well as in the warm hospitality of the people who reside there.
  • Salty Not Sweet

    2074 West 25th Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States
    Don't be fooled by the name. Salty Not Sweet, the eclectic store in Cleveland, features an array of exquisite hand-made merchandise - jewelry, clothes, stationery, candles, soaps, and more. It supports emerging enterprises and houses creations from local and national designers in a vintage-influenced boutique. Come here to find a unique gift for someone special in your life. 
  • Banyan Tree

    2242 Professor Avenue Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 241 1209
    Banyan Tree, in the heart of Cleveland's trendy Tremont neighborhood, features an extensive collection of chic and stylish women's apparel. The clothing is fashionable yet comfortable, and the jewelry and accessories on display are exquisite and one-of-a-kind. The highlight of this shop, however, is its line of creative gift cards, perfect for any occasion.
  • Asiatown

    Superior Avenue & East 36th Street Cleveland, OH 44114 United States
    As the name suggests, Asiatown is a hub of Asian communities located close to the downtown Cleveland. A number of Asian restaurants are found in this neighborhood which is roughly marked by Superior Avenue to the north, Payne Avenue to the south, 29th East Avenue to the west and 39th East Avenue to the east. Walk down the lane and you'll find elegant Asian restaurants like Bo Loong and Li Wah. The area is also replete with a number of shops and food stores selling Chinese products.
  • City Buddha

    1807 Coventry Road Cleveland, OH 44118 United States - Phone: +1 216 397 5862
    Located in the heart of Cleveland Heights, City Buddha is a store-house for accessories as well as unique table-top souvenirs that are appeasing to the eyes. Opened by an art lover, Larry Collins, the shop is a treasure house that has a collection of handcrafted silver, beaded jewelry, clothing, and colorful home wares, that are bound to take your heart away. These products are directly sourced from the artisans, hence, you can vouch for the authenticity and quality of the products. The eye catching statues of Buddha are truly worth to take home as artistic souvenirs.
  • Glass Bubble Project

    2421 Bridge Avenue Cleveland, OH 44114 United States - Phone: +1 216 696 7043
    If you are looking to decorate your house or office space with unique work of art then a visit to the Glass Bubble Project would take care of your needs. Specializing in artistic creations from recycled metal and hand-blown glass, this eco-friendly store and workshop has been catering to some of the leading hotels and private houses across the country. Take a pick from the collection of hand-blown glass chandeliers, vases and scones that would adorn the interiors of your establishment in a unique way. If you are keen on picking up the craft, then the store also organizes classes in company of local artists.
  • La Bella Vita

    2013 Murray Hill Road Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 421 1717
    Located on the Murray Hill Road, La Bella Vita (The Beautiful Life) offers a range earthenwares, ceramic products and glass servewares to fill up your shopping cart. Not just the local products, this magnificent store is also a storehouse for leading world brands like Hilary London, Gien and Casafina, which makes for an interesting mix of homeware products and collectibles. Walk in to take home some trendy souvenirs or gifts.
  • Bent Crayon

    1305 West 80th Street Cleveland, OH 44102 United States - Phone: +1 216 221 9200
    If you're looking for hard-to-find, unique records, pay a visit to Bent Crayon. This store caters to music aficionados, so you'll come across some interesting finds by just browsing through records. The employees are friendly and helpful, so even if you're not a music expert, you'll be able to find great gifts or something for yourself with their assistance. 
  • Shaker Square

    Shaker Boulevard Cleveland, OH 44120 United States - Phone: +1 216 932 8822
    Shaker Square is a planned community in the heart of Buckeye-Shaker. This historic shopping plaza was built in the early 20th Century and boasts an American Colonial-Georgian architectural style. It features on the National Register of Historic Places and is reminiscent of its European counterparts.
  • CLE Clothing Co.

    342 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 736 8879
    CLE Clothing Co. sells clever and imaginative Cleveland souvenirs. You'll get to know a lot about the city just by walking around the store. T-shirts are available for everyone in the family, printed with designs like the infamous leg lamp from A Christmas Story, and the word "love" printed over the silhouette of Ohio. They even carry hoodies, hats, and stickers. 
  • White Magnolia

    46 North Main Street Chargrin Falls, OH 44022 United States - Phone: +1 440 247 5800
    Find a piece of Paris at White Magnolia, a clothing and gift store in Chagrin Falls. The store's decor and merchandise is heavily influenced by a dreamy vision of French living. Stock up on fragrances, jewelry, cute aprons, and furniture. You can even snack on cupcakes and other sweet treats from The Cakery by Pat Hoose while you shop. 
  • Waterloo Arts District

    152nd -161st Waterloo Road East Cleveland, OH 44110 United States
    The Waterloo Arts District is located in Cleveland's North Shore Collinwood neighborhood. This bustling cultural center hosts community and arts events throughout the year, including the monthly Walk All Over Waterloo. See amazing street art on walls throughout the neighborhood, and support local artists by visiting galleries and shops in the area. 
  • Crocker Park Shopping Center

    189 Crocker Park Boulevard Cleveland, OH 44145 United States - Phone: +1 440 871 6880
    Crocker Park Shopping Center offers great dining, entertainment, and shopping. Restaurants range from casual to upscale and include Five Guys Burgers & Fries, Vieng's Asian Bistro, Brio Tuscan Grille, and Bar Louie. You can even do your grocery shopping at Trader Joe's. Shop for designer goodies at stores like Nordstrom Rack, Express, Sephora, and J. Crew.
  • Half Price Books

    1607 Golden Gate Plaza Mayfield Heights, OH 44124 United States - Phone: +1 440 461 9222
    Expand your horizons for not a lot of cash at Half Price Books. This branch of the nationwide retailer offers everything from books to movies to CDs. Whether you're interested in gardening, art, spirituality, science, or literature, you'll be able to spend hours browsing through thousands of books. 
  • R/S Boutique

    2078 West 25th Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 696 6220
    At R/S Boutique, you can find amazing gifts and stylish decorative items for your home. The store has a well-curated selection of trendy bath products, clothing, prints, jewelry, and more. Not only are these items offered at reasonable prices, but they're also made locally, meaning that you're supporting local artists and craftspeople when you shop here. 
  • Beachwood Place

    26300 Cedar Road Cleveland, OH 44122 United States
    Beachwood Place is a mall with plenty of designer stores, making it a luxurious shopping destination. Department stores include Saks Fifth Avenue, Dillard's, and Nordrstrom. If you work up an appetite, Maggiano's Little Italy, Cafe Fresh, and Charley's Grilled Subs are among the dining options available in the food court and throughout the mall. 
  • Malley's Chocolate Factory

    13400 Brookpark Road Cleveland, OH 44135 United States - Phone: +1 216 325 5570
    Satisfy your sweet tooth at Malley's Chocolate Factory. Cleveland natives have been frequenting this beloved candy shop for years, and it's easy to see why. Dark chocolate, milk chocolate, chocolate covered pretzels, fudge, chocolate covered Oreos, and ice cream are just some of the sinfully delicious options available here. 
  • Pennello Gallery

    12407 Mayfield Road Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 707 9390
    Pennello Gallery features a great selection of art and crafts from Canada, the United States, and Israel. Contemporary works are available for purchase here; you'll find great gifts for weddings and other special occasions. Sculpture, ceramics, glass, clocks, paintings, and other fine, expertly crafted goods line the shelves here. The style of the works features here ranges from abstract to humorous and includes everything in between, so you're sure to find something that catches your eye. 
  • Shooter's on the Water

    1148 Main Avenue Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 861 6900
    Shooter's on the Water is an excellent joint on the West Bank of the Cuyahoga which is very well known for its food—be it seafood, pizza, or salads. A sandwich place by day and a club by night, Shooters never lacks in excitement. At Shooters, you don't need a reason to celebrate. It has witnessed major events like MTV's Rock Concert and even the Father's Day grand celebration! The banquet facility is commendable because it can accommodate a group of 50 to 480 at any given time.
  • McCarthy's Downtown

    1231 Main Avenue Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 344 9099
    McCarthy's Downtown retains the charm of an Irish pub with the wooden panels and yet takes a step forward the American way with the plasma TV's mounted. Unlimited beer flowing through the tap and your favorite band performing for you, what could one ask for? Try the Cajun burger or gorge on the Chicken Salad Sandwich. Do test your skills at the pool table. A perfect venue to chill out with your buddies or have a pleasant evening out.
  • The Beachland Ballroom

    15711 Waterloo Road Cleveland, OH 44110 United States - Phone: +1 216 383 1124
    One of Cleveland's well-known entertainment venues, The Beachland Ballroom & Tavern has won accolades as a premium events venue and for its food. A limited menu featuring a mix of American and Mexican dishes is available at the here. The quality of music is as good as the food. Local bands as well as popular bands play here. The venue also has a shop where you can buy Beachland Ballroom & Tavern merchandise.
  • Rockstar Cleveland

    2083 East 21st Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 776 9999
    Rockstar Cleveland, located in Peabody Concert Club, is a famous bar and nightclub located in where a DJ is always on duty—rocking the floor. This bar is well-known hot-spot where all major rock stars drop by for a couple of drinks. They also perform their bit for the crowd at the bar to add in to the excitement. Many live comedy shows take place and famous DJs put on their performances at Rockstar Cleveland. So you can be assured to catch the right party scene and a glimpse or two of the famous band musicians at Rockstar Cleveland.
  • Pats in the Flats

    2233 West 3rd Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 621 8044
    This bar is located in the industrial area and entertainment hot-spot called the Flats. Lovers of Punk and Alternative Rock music can drop in at this bar for a drink and to listen to the local and amateur bands performing here. The decor is minimal and simplistic, as the bar pays more attention to music than ambiance.
  • Hi-Fi Concert Club

    11729 Detroit Avenue Lakewood, OH 44107 United States - Phone: +1 216 521 8878
    Formerly the Blind Lemon, the Hi-Fi Concert Club is one of the best entertainment venues in Lakewood. Minutes away from Downtown Cleveland and Greater Cleveland suburbs, the upscale night club is always buzzing with activity. Not only local bands as well as famous bands, like the Billy Morris, Band have played at this venue. Two performances, Blind Lemon Side stage and the Hi-Fi Main stage areas within the club are host to a variety of musical concerts. Recording facility is also available at the club which is why the venue is host to a number concerts of high profile musicians.
  • Saddle Ridge

    5100 Pearl 3rd Road Cleveland, OH 44129 United States - Phone: +1 216 351 7900
    Saddle Ridge, located in one of the busiest streets of Cleveland, is most famous for the wild mechanical bull rides that it offers to all those who are in a mood for some party. The music played is just great and includes all varieties such as country, western, dance, hip-hop, rap and rock. The whole atmosphere at Saddle Ridge makes you want to go there again and again. The club also has a pool table and a game room and it is a great venue to catch Gallagher do his comedy bit and artists like David Allan Coe perform live for the crowd.
  • Bounce Night Club

    2814 Detroit Avenue Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 357 2997
    A night club for gays and lesbians, this place is always crowded with people, especially during special nights. Drag shows here pull especially big crowds. An extensive menu of beer, wine, and specialty cocktails can be found at the bar. Famous for its hospitality and of course the great music played here, the club continues to be a favorite among locals and a trendsetter in its own way. 
  • Scripts Nightclub

    1204 Old River Road Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 440 521 2119
    Scripts Nightclub, the upscale dancing destination also has some real sumptuous and lip-smacking food to offer. You can feast upon the lobster tail and the Georgia pecan pie along with cocktail drinks, which are supposed to be the best here, on the outdoor patio where the fountain gives you a beautiful scenery. Seafood and steak are the specialty dishes of Scripts Nightclub. There are special nights dedicated to salsa, comedy, memorial nights, Labor Day weekends and even Independence Day Weekends.
  • Pirate's Cove

    2083 1/2 East 21st Street Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 664 0867
    Pirates Cove, is a perfect place for ardent music lovers. The main focus is on rock, but it features other types as well. They also have guest bartenders serving drinks to the crowd. It serves as a platform for the local talent to present their skills. Wake Up, Front Row and other prominent and talented bands have hosted their shows here.
  • B Side Liquor Lounge & Arcade

    2785 Euclid Heights Boulevard Cleveland Heights, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 932 1966
    The B-Side Liquor Lounge is located at the top of one of Cleveland's premier cultural centers, the Coventry Village. With minimalistic furnishing, black bricked walls and pink candles illuminating the room, the ambiance is very appealing. The long green bar table where the bartenders mix crazy drinks is eye-catching. The music here mainly consists of soul, house, mashed up hip-hop or even Indie dance rock, depending on the night you visit. All in all, B-Side is the perfect place to unwind, meet cool people and listen to music you only wish you heard in other spots too. They have weekly events here and also rent out the place for parties.
  • Liquid

    1212 West 6th Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 479 7717
    Relaxing in a laid-back ambiance, relishing appetizing food and sipping on refreshing drinks at Liquid Cafe. The friendly bartenders attending the guests make this a perfect place to relax. The decor inside is chic, with a great lighting system creating beautiful surroundings. DJs provide music and there are special events to keep things fresh every week. 
  • Parkview Nite Club

    1261 West 58th Street Cleveland, OH 44102 United States - Phone: +1 216 961 1341
    Somewhat hidden in the Detroit-Shoreway, the Parkview Nite Club is an old-fashioned diner, bar, and music club, all rolled into one. They host blues shows on a regular basis. A full bar with a wide selection of wines, beers, and cocktails is attached to the blues club, of course, but the Parkview stands out even more due to its all-day selection of food. Their lunch menu includes cold sandwiches as well as melts and burgers. Dinner entrees include chicken Marsala, walleye fish filet, and New York strip steak. The chili is a popular choice, and there are daily specials.
  • Baci Nite Club & Fine Dining

    5909 Milan Road Sandusky, OH 44870 United States
    Baci Nite Club & Fine Dining is an elegant restaurant with a European-style nightclub located somewhat incongruously inside the Comfort Inn in Sandusky, Ohio (home of Cedar Point). The Baci Club, an independent restaurant, however, even turns into a dance club on Friday and Saturday nights. There is a dress code for the club, so baseball caps should be left at home. The "Fine Dining" at the Baci Club comes as a multiple-course meal where the menu is actually the food simply being shown to the customer. The Baci Club generally serves a mixture of American and Italian food. Of course, as a nightclub, it also offers a full bar. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Grog Shop

    2785 Euclid Heights Boulevard Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 321 5588
    The dingy yet vibrant interior of the Grog Shop has been mesmerizing visitors for a number of years. No music lover in Cleveland leaves without a visit here. Come here to catch live music acts by various upcoming pop and rock bands. Chill out with a drink in the lounge or at the bar, and have a look at the photo-covered walls. Dropped in on a day when there's no event? Don’t worry, the jukebox will keep you occupied. 
  • Nighttown

    12383 Cedar Road Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 795 0550
    University Circle's Nighttown operates as both an upscale restaurant and a jazz club. The show prices vary between free and significant cover charges, so customers would be well-advised to check ahead of time. Both the décor and the food are tinged with Irish pub flavor, but have more to offer. The house specialties are the Dublin Lawyer, lobster sauteed in cayenne butter, and Bangers & Mash. But there is more worldly fusion fare, such as the Louisiana salad with Cajun chicken or Halloumi kebobs, with sheep and goat's milk cheese and vegetables. Nighttown also has a full bar, with Irish beers on tap. - Marjorie Jensen
  • Touch Supper Club

    2710 Lorain Avenue Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 631 5200
    Hidden away in Ohio City, Touch Supper Club offers both an upscale dining experience and a dance club. One section of the restaurant is for dining and another for dancing. The entertainment usually features DJs spinning a variety of music from salsa to '80s, to indie and alternative. The menu is upscale American, generally simple in concept but with unique touches. Touch also offers staples like a Touch Burger with secret sauce, or mac and cheese with fancy cheese, ham, and peas. Vegetarian options include a vegan roots dish or mushroom pizza. 
  • ANATOMY Nightclub & Ultralounge

    1299 West 9th Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 363 1113
    Enjoy one of the best light and sound systems in Cleveland at ANATOMY Nightclub & Ultralounge. This Warehouse District club is a popular nightlife destination thanks to its multi-level format and the great DJs that play on weekends. Every level has something unique to offer, from dance space to great drinks to the outdoor patio. The club is also available for private events and parties. 
  • Symposium Nite Club (The)

    11794 Detroit Avenue Lakewood, OH 44107 United States - Phone: +1 216 521 9696
    The Symposium Nite Club is nothing but a complete melange of entertainment and fun. This club can rightly be dubbed as a concert venue; every evening it brings forth wide genres of music and musicians. Local and regional bands entertain the patrons with some great tunes; Rock,Punk and Indie dominate the scene. The fully stocked bar ensures free flowing drinks and spirits. In a nutshell, the Symposium Nite Club is a perfect space to hang out for a late night party with buddies.
  • Basement

    1078 Old River Road Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 344 0287
    The Basement, contrary to the name is not a small, overcrowded watering hole, but a luxurious nightclub sprawling over three floors that gives you the exact definition of what the Cleveland nightlife is all about. Bright lights and loud peppy sounds dominate the scene with a young crowd dancing to the tunes. The drinks and the finger food flow aplenty and the glasses are promptly refilled. However, if you are looking for a place to chill around or talk to your companion, you might find it a little too loud for a conversation. There are mighty huge guards, protecting the doors from all those who are under 21, so do not even try. All in all, entering the Basement is like entering the world of fun.
  • View Ultra-Lounge & Nightclub

    618 Prospect Avenue East Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 664 1815
    Adorned with a classy decor, View Ultra-Lounge & Nightclub has changed the face of clubbing and lounging in downtown Cleveland. Usually frequented by the well-heeled, the club boasts of various VIP rooms where patrons can choose to spend an intimate time indoors or shake a hip at the dance floor. There's also a rooftop area equipped with 4 cabanas that transposes you to a different world. View Ultra-Lounge & Nightclub organizes a host of events including daily events like live musicals, DJ sessions and theme parties. It also hosts special events for its clientele which includes Cleveland Indians, Design Room Creative and such others. Check website for details.
  • Dionysus Disco (The)

    135 West Lorain Street Oberlin, OH 44074 United States - Phone: +1 440 775 8471
    The Dionysus Disco, or The Sco' as it is popularly called, is a great place to start for those who want to really experience the music scene of the city. Located in the Student Union of the Oberlin College, this venue is quite a favorite among the students, primarily because of the varied musicians who come here to perform gigs and concerts. Besides the live music, Dionysus Disco also serves a range of international beers, which has increased its popularity. Do checkout the venue if you are looking to have a fun-filled, intoxicated night out with friends
  • outSKIRTS

    1515 W Laskey Road Toledo, OH 43613 United States
    Possibly the only official hang spot for lesbians in Toledo, outSKIRTS serves up a hot dish of good times. Chill, grab a drink or even check out some live music.
  • Underground (The)

    224 East Water Street Sandusky, OH 44870 United States - Phone: +1 419 609 9463
    The Underground beckons all music and party lovers to shed their daylight garbs and crawl into the decadent offerings of the dark night. One of Sandusky's popular nightspots, this nightclub-cum-concert-venue offers a space where one can relax with a well-mixed drink and listen to good music. Whether you like rock, punk, hip-hop, or acoustic, The Underground hosts it all. Do see the website to know more.
  • Velvet Dog

    1280 West 6th Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 664 1116
    The multi-level Velvet Dog is located in Cleveland's Warehouse District, and offers plenty of space to dance, lounge, and relax. On the dance floor, you'll hear a mixture of Top 40 hits and electronic music. Sip on delicious martinis and get off your feet for a while in the lounge. On the rooftop patio, you'll be treated to amazing views of the city. Enjoy the sounds, lights, and crowds at this popular nightclub. 
  • Quicken Loans Arena

    1 Center Court Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 420 1187
    The Quicken Loans Arena, known as Gund Arena until 2005, opened in 1995, and is home to the Cleveland Cavaliers of the National Basketball Association. The Arena seats nearly 20,000, depending on the event. Situated in the Gateway Complex in downtown, it is surrounded by parking, hotels and restaurants. In addition to the Cavaliers, the arena also hosts many of the major concerts in Cleveland, as well as professional wrestling and ice-skating.
  • Notre Dame College of Ohio

    4545 College Road South Euclid, OH 44121 United States - Phone: +1 216 381 1680 / +1 877 632 6446(Toll Free)
    The Notre Dame College (NDC), is a Catholic institute of liberal arts. This coeducational facility offers majors in 29 fields. Spread over 53 acres (21.4 hectares) of land, this college also consists of a campus for hostel students. It offers several extracurricular activities comprising of athletics, various clubs, student councils, and so on.
  • Ace Taxi

    1798 E 55th Street Cleveland, OH 44103 United States - Phone: +1 216 361 4700
    True to its name, Ace Taxi provides premiere taxi service. Despite having an increasing number for transportation service providers, Ace Taxi has sustained their standard with an uncompromising ability. You can rest assured to have a safe journey with knowledgeable and helpful drivers, leading you to your destination.
  • Corner Alley

    402 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44114 United States - Phone: +1 216 298 4070
    The Corner Alley is a fantastic entertainment center in Cleveland. Complete with a restaurant, two bars and a bowling alley; this place has all the ingredients for fun on a weekend with friends. There are 16 bowling lanes in the alley, where one can indulge in a game and bowling events and competitions are also held here on a regular basis. If you get hungry later then simply head to the 4th Street Bar and Grill for some delicious American cuisine. Or go straight to the Corner Alley Bar for interesting fare like the Apple Pie Martini and Road Runner Martini from the Martini menu. The signature drinks are as interesting as the place, with drinks like Joker's Tea and Honolulu Juicer.
  • Homer E. Woodling Gym

    2121 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 687 4800
    This Gymnasium in the Physical Education Building on the CSU campus is named after Homer E. Woodling who was one of the best coaches of CSU. The Gym is home to the Vikings' volleyball, wrestling and fencing teams. This is more than just a gym though, as there are weight rooms, dance studios, a human performance lab and a remedial exercise room.
  • WVIZ/PBS Ideastream

    1375 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 916 6100
    WVIZ/PBS is a television station with a difference. This non-commercial educational television station goes one step ahead from other stations by airing educational and inspirational programs and services. Right from politics, arts, economy to health and environment issues, the Ideastream television station manages to present all relevant information to the people. The viewers not only get entertained but also develop awareness about the world that they live in.
  • Wolstein Auditorium

    2103 Cornell Road Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 368 3836
    Located inside the Iris S. and Bert L. Wolstein Research Building, the Wolstein Auditorium was opened in 2003 to hold various events for the students of the university of Case Western Reserve and the community of Cleveland. Various events have been held here and still continue to do so, making this venue very important for the staff and students.
  • Civic (The)

    3130 Mayfied Heights Cleveland Heights, OH 44118 United States - Phone: +1 216 371 3498
    This Historic landmark is located in Cleveland Heights and with its 100,000 sq feet of area is a perfect venue to host your event. With excellent service and friendly staff what more can one ask for. The centre is divided into four rooms namely the Centre Hall, Renaissance Room, Tuscany Room, the Main Sanctuary and finally the Grand Ballroom. Each of these is distinct and the versatile spaces can accommodate any event the clients desire. Everything from seating arrangements to catering and decorations is taken care of by the efficient staff.
  • Caesars Crystal Palace

    1058 Cleveland Road Sandusky, OH 44870 United States - Phone: +1 419 624 1204
    Located in Sandusky, the Caesars Crystal Palace is a nice place to have a wedding function, a party or a social gathering. The place is big enough for a crowd of up to a 100 people and the service here is excellent. The staff will go out of their way to see to it that your event will be successful. They even have catering facilities providing you with a delicious menu customized to suit your needs. From flower arrangements to decorations and seating, every detail is undertaken by the management, so one need not worry while playing host.
  • Masonic Auditorium

    3615 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 881 6350
    Once home to the Cleveland Orchestra, Masonic Auditorium is an essential stop for people who love great performances and concerts. The dim lighting and simple interiors of this 2000 seat venue creates a unique experience. It's truly thrilling to watch popular orchestras perform here. Also catch up with other major city events that utilize this auditorium as a venue.
  • Tri-C Metropolitan Campus

    2900 Community College Avenue Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 987 4000
    Metropolitan Campus is a multipurpose campus located within the Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland. This well-laid out campus has several amenities such as Science, Engineering and Health Career labs, center for arts and culture, a theater and an auditorium. In addition to these, it also has a lab for recording arts and technology lab and various facilities for athletics including a gym and a swimming pool. The concert theater features several famous bands and the campus as a whole is definitely an interesting place to visit.
  • Cuyahoga Community College Eastern Campus

    4250 Richmond Road Highland Hills, OH 44122 United States - Phone: +1 216 987 2000
    Part of the Cuyahoga Community College, the Eastern Campus is spacious and always crowded with students and staff rushing to the respective classes. The campus is complete with a performance theatre, a library, massotherapy clinic, athletic facilities and a cafeteria. The campus also houses a lovely arts gallery showcasing some beautiful paintings by the students.
  • Camp Bowwow

    23380 Aurora Road Bedford Heights, OH 44146 United States - Phone: +1 440 786 3647
    Camp Bowwow will take your dog and allow them to play all day in the indoor/outdoor play yards and can be viewed online with our Camper Cams. The staff is certified and expertly trained in dog behavior, safety and health management. The facilities include 3 large play areas, where the dogs can be separated according to size and/or temperament, 24-hour temperature monitoring system and spacious individual comfy cabins that include sleeping cots and blankets. If you make arrangements you can drop your dog off while you tour the city.
  • Windows on the River

    2000 Sycamore Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 861 1445
    Architecturally appealing and a prominent landmark in the city's history, Windows on the River is an exceptional venue. The beautiful building and cozy rooms can be rented out individually for corporate functions, private parties and other social dos. With an efficient staff to make your guests feel at home and an excellent culinary team taking caring of the dining needs, clients need not worry about a thing when playing host. With the smallest detail of the decor, furnishings and many other last minute preparations taken care of by the meticulous management—Windows on the River ensures every event held in the premises is a roaring success.
  • Stein Auditorium at the Park Synagogue

    3300 Mayfield Road Cleveland, OH 4418 United States - Phone: +1 216 371 2244
    Stein Auditorium is nestled in the The Park Synagogue, one of the oldest congregations across the state of Ohio. The venue hosts religious services, functions and Jewish festivals. It is housed in the Kangesser Hall along with Goldberg Assembly. For further details, please call ahead or check the website.
  • Main Classroom Auditorium at CSU

    1899 East 22Nd Street Cleveland, OH 44114 United States - Phone: +1 216 687 2000
    Main Classroom Auditorium is nestled in the prestigious Cleveland State University that stands for academic excellence. The auditorium plays hosts to collegiate and inter-collegiate festivals, competitions and events. Apart from this important lectures and workshops are also held here. For further details, please call ahead or check the website.
  • Cleveland

    Cleveland Cleveland, OH 44102 United States - Phone: +1 216 875 6680(Tourist Information)
    Cleveland is a city well known for its art and culture. Its world renowned music concerts and art fests promise visitors nothing but the best. Apart from a raging cultural scene, the city also has great options in store for those who love the outdoors. Being on the Lakeside of Lake Eire, fishing, sailing, kayaking and boating are some of the activities that draw the maximum crowd. Its scenic outdoors  will exhaust your camera for sure and the guided tours offer good coverage about the city's architecture and history. Visit the golf clubs for a leisurely game or join the famous Nautica dinner cruise for a truly amazing experience.
  • Park N Fly

    19000 Snow Road Cleveland, OH 44142 United States - Phone: +1 954 779 1776
    Park N Fly is a convenient, practical and cheap way to park your car near Cleveland Hopkins Airport (CLE) without paying the expensive on-airport parking fee. Park N Fly has a shuttle that comes by every few minutes to take you to CLE or drop you off at the parking lot. Their parking lots are secure and you can put your mind at ease that your car will be safe during your trip.
  • Black River Landing Transportation Center

    421 Black River Lane Lorain, OH 44052 United States
    Black River Landing Transportation Center provides fine meetings and business rooms to organizations and firms. Overlooking a beautiful view of the city, the place is ideal for birthday parties, reunions and other private events. The center provides good facilities like free parking space along with tables and seating arrangements. With a total capacity of 183, this place will help you to play that perfect host.
  • Western Reserve Historical Society (The)

    10825 East Boulevard Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 721 5722
    The Western Reserve Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the history and the culture of Cleveland. It operates and manages seven properties with that intent. The organization also offers discounted tickets and promotional offers on the tours of some of the property it manages. Here, you can get tickets to the Crawford Auto Aviation Museum, The History Museum, The Genealogy Center and the Hale Farm and Village. To know more about the society or forward a donation to it, please visit the website.
  • Cleveland Institute of Art (The)

    11141 East Boulevard Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 421 7000
    The Cleveland Institute of Art began in an attic with just one student and one teacher. Today it has grown into a huge campus and teaches thousands of students art and design. Also the staff and professors are exceptionally qualified. The institute aims at contributing to the betterment of society through visual arts. Joseph McCullough Center for the Visual Arts is part of the Art institute and houses the departments of painting, ceramics,photography and more. The Cinematheque and the Reinberger Galleries too are housed in the university and are a source for much needed recreation and fun. Plays and film screenings take place in the two auditoriums and many exhibits are showcased in the galleries. Check the website for event details and admission procedures.
  • Burke Lakefront Airport

    1501 North Marginal Drive Cleveland, OH 44114 United States - Phone: +1 216 781 6411
    The Burke Lakefront Airport is one out of the two major airports in Cleveland. This airport is a hub of passenger flights as well as cargo and freight flights. The Burke Lakefront Airport boasts an national as well as international terminal, and is highly maintained with all the required travel amenities to provide convenience to passengers. For further details, do visit their airport.
  • Convention Center Cleveland

    500 Lakeside Avenue Cleveland, OH 44114 United States - Phone: +1 216 348 2211
    Convention Center Cleveland is a popular venue for some of the city's most glamorous and renowned gatherings. Several business meetings, weddings, conferences, exhibitions and other community gatherings are a regular fixture here. The center is well facilitated with 21 meeting rooms, space for exhibitions, an area for performing arts, an auditorium and so on. So the next time you host an event, make sure its at Convention Center Cleveland for great services and hospitality. For rental space and other details about the center, do call ahead.
  • John S. Knight Center

    77 East Mill Street Akron, OH 44308 United States - Phone: +1 330 374 8900 / +1 800 245 4254(Toll Free)
    Located in central Akron, the John S. Knight Center is a popular convention center that plays host to some of the biggest events taking place in the city. From trade shows and expositions, to seminars, meetings and conventions, the center provides its space to diverse corporate events. The John S. Knight Center is a multi-storied edifice that is equipped with latest technology and equipments to ensure success for every event that takes place here. The center is frequented by the city's business stalwarts. If you are curious to know about the corporate scene in the city, then you must visit the center; you might also get to rub shoulders with some of Akron's business tycoons. Check website for a detailed event line-up and more information.
  • Warrensville Heights High School

    4270 Northfield Road Warrensville Heights, OH 44128 United States - Phone: +1 216 295 7710 / +1 219 295 7756

    Warrensville Heights High School just east of Cleveland is an old building that was originally built in 1964. The structure underwent renovation recently in 2002. The school is a public educational institution and is also home to the Tigers from the Warrensville Heights City School District. Do contact the school for information. 

  • Church on the Rise

    3550 Crocker Road Westlake, OH 44145 United States - Phone: +1 440 808 0200
    Church on the Rise located in the heart of Westlake is a Christian church that teaches its members to build up a connection with God in every area of life. Through its inspirational gospel messages and organization of several religious events, it inspires children and youth ministries to preach the word of god. For any further details on mass schedules or events, do visit the website or call ahead.
  • Beck Center for the Arts (The)

    17801 Detroit Avenue Lakewood, OH 44107 United States - Phone: +1 216 521 2540
    The Beck Center for the Arts is a non-profit organization that has been founded with a mission of enriching the cultural and creative avenues of Ohio. Keeping this in mind, the group undertakes variety of cultural programs, workshops and seminars on a regular basis. For complete details about this noble community center, check website or call ahead.
  • Mount Zion Baptist Church

    One Mount Zion Circle Cleveland, OH 44146 United States - Phone: +1 440 232 2645
    The Mount Zion Baptist Church at Oakwood Village is a large fellowship that is headed by Senior Pastor, the Rev. Dr. Larry L. Macon. A largely involved church, this one has a number of ministries for the community like one for the youth and another for children. It also has an art center that caters to events like weddings, graduation ceremonies and banquets. Exhibitions and concerts are staged here as well. For more information, do contact the church.
  • Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center

    Janik Drive Kent, OH 44242 United States - Phone: +1 330 672 3000 / +1 330 372 3120
    Located on the premises of Kent State University, Memorial Athletic and Convocation Center is a plush multi-purpose arena that is amongst the oldest buildings of the university. The center is home to the university's basketball, volleyball and gymnastics teams and offers myriad sports facilities. It is a memorial for all the students who fought and died in World War II. The center has undergone a face lift many times and is well facilitated with locker rooms, basketball and volleyball courts, practice facilities, video sideboards for replays and so on. Apart from tournaments and sporting events, the center is also used for concerts, graduation ceremonies and so on.
  • Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

    2230 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 771 3630
    Trinity Cathedral is located in downtown Cleveland at the environmentally friendly Trinity Commons, the Cathedral is the spiritual home of an active and diverse congregation and a hub for worship, community  outreach, education and social justice work. There are people of different ages, socioeconomic status, races, and sexual orientations. Newcomers tell them that they are drawn to Trinity by the friendliness and diversity of the people, the beauty of the building and the worship, the excellent preaching, the music program and the congregation's commitment to ministry in the heart of the city.
  • Medina Sports Campus

    865 West Liberty Street Medina, OH 44256 United States - Phone: +1 315 212 1954
  • Gennesaret

    419 West Exchange Street Akron, OH 44302 United States - Phone: +1 330 253 0011
  • Midpark High School

    7000 Paula Drive Middleburg Heights, OH 44130 United States - Phone: +1 216 676 8400
  • Rezults Downtown Fitness

    1500 West 3rd Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 771 6900
  • Gilmour Academy

    34001 Cedar Road Gates Mills, OH 44040 United States - Phone: +1 440 442 1104
  • Berea High School

    165 East Bagley Road Berea, OH 44017 United States - Phone: +1 216 898 8900
  • Amherst Steele High School

    450 Washington Street Amherst, OH 44001 United States - Phone: +1 440 988 4433
  • Natatorium (The)

    2345 Fourth Street Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221 United States - Phone: +1 330 971 8080
  • Avon High School

    37545 Detroit Road Avon, OH 44011 United States - Phone: +1 440 934 6171 / +1 440 934 1770
  • Polaris Career Center

    7285 Old Oak Boulevard Middleburg Heights, OH 44130 United States - Phone: +1 440 891 7600
  • Roses Run Country Club

    2636 North River Road Stow, OH 44224 United States - Phone: +1 330 688 4653
  • Cloverleaf Community Recreation Center (The)

    8525 Friendsville Road Lodi, OH 44254 United States - Phone: +1 330 948 1323
  • Twinsburg

    Twinsburg Twinsburg, OH 44087 United States - Phone: +1 330 963 8722(City Park Council) /+1 330 425 7161
    A city that strives to preserve its rich heritage and yet move towards a promising future, Twinsburg is located off Highway 14 in the Summit County of Ohio. The intriguing name of this city is a tribute to the Wilcox twin brothers, who could be credited to having laid the foundation for the city. Each year, the Twins Days festival is held in this city, which is the biggest such festival for twins in the world, and features various events that are specifically designed for twins. Do see the website for more information.
  • Oberlin College

    52 West Lorain Street Oberlin, OH 44074 United States - Phone: +1 440 775 8121
    One of the premier liberal arts colleges in the country, Oberlin College was founded in 1833, and since then has grown to respectable status in the field of education. As a higher education provider, Oberlin College has supported education to one and all, regardless of any barriers, and was a pioneer in promoting and providing education to African Americans and women. The college today offers an extensive syllabus, and is also home to the oldest running music conservatory in the country. See the website or call to know more.
  • Lake Anna YMCA Community Center

    500 West Hopocan Avenue Barberton, OH 44203 United States - Phone: +1 330 745 9622
    Similar to the other YMCA branches, the Lake Anna YMCA Community Center is a mission driven organization. This non-profit center aims to provide the right atmosphere for the youth and instill social and moral values in them. Opened in 2007, this facility has excellent amenities like gymnasium, swimming pool, conference area (30 people) and so forth. The Lake Anna YMCA also hosts variety of classes, workshops, youth-oriented programs, special sessions for families, community functions and similar events on a regular basis. For more details, call ahead.
  • Green Family YMCA

    3800 Massillon Road Uniontown, OH 44685 United States - Phone: +1 330 899 9622
    In sync with the mission and goals of YMCA, the Green Family YMCA is yet another noble and non-profit youth community center. Established in 2000, this center is equipped with modern sporting and health facilities. Swimming pools (special entry pool for toddlers), gymnasium, racquetball courts and many other amenities are available here. Apart from regular youth programs, it also hosts sporting events, workshops, summer camps, swimming lessons and other events throughout the year. Check website for annual schedule and other details.
  • Akron General Health & Wellness Center - West

    4125 Medina Road Akron, OH 44333 United States - Phone: +1 330 665 8000
    Located across the Medina Road, the Akron General Health & Wellness Center – West is a modern healthcare and outpatient health facility. Equipped with modern amenities and host of expert medical professionals, it offers hassle-free medical services. There are several emergency rooms, surgical center, cardiac and pulmonary testing center and many other requisite services. For specific information about services and departments, call ahead or check its website.
  • Chapel (The)

    1800 Raber Road Green, OH 44685 United States - Phone: +1 330 376 6400 / +1 877 376 6401(Toll Free)
    The Chapel on its Green campus aims to spread the word of God and preach about the words in gospel. This modern church was established in 2003, and soon became a major focal point for worship for the people of Green as well as nearby towns. By undertaking various initiatives like arranging workshops against various social issues affecting the society, it also aims to serve the kids, students and adults alike. Apart from this, the church also hosts performances of various worship bands every week. Call ahead or visit their website to know about the worship times and event schedule.
  • St. Paul's Episcopal Church

    1361 West Market Street Akron, OH 44313 United States - Phone: +1 330 836 9327
    Take some time out for worship and participate in one of the religious events held at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Akron. This modern church embraces people belonging to any faith and preaches the gospel during its prayer services. The church not just attracts adults, but also kids and teenagers by hosting various events aimed for them. In other events, choir concerts as well as weddings are held regularly at this amazing place of worship. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
  • Bad Racket

    4507 Lorain Avenue Cleveland, OH 44102 United States - Phone: +1 216 941 6560
    The old warehouse in which Bad Racket is located does not warrant a second look. However, the bands often feel at home as soon as they enter the doors of this thriving recording studio. This studio specializes in mixing, digital multi-track recording and, mastering and video production for independent artists/ bands. Needless to say, the rooms are equipped with state-of-the-art recording machines and latest musical instruments. In the past, local performers like Pomegranates, Summerays and Matt Hectorne have performed and recorded their songs here, along with several national artists on tour. Visit their website or call ahead to know more.
  • Christ Episcopal Church

    162 South Main Street Oberlin, OH 44074 United States - Phone: +1 440 775 2501
    Established in 1855, Christ Episcopal Church was the second church to be built in the city. The majestic Romanesque building was designed by renowned architect Frank Wills. The beautiful stained-glass windows are one of the most notable, original features of the church.
  • Shaker Square

    Shaker Boulevard Cleveland, OH 44120 United States - Phone: +1 216 932 8822
    Shaker Square is a planned community in the heart of Buckeye-Shaker. This historic shopping plaza was built in the early 20th Century and boasts an American Colonial-Georgian architectural style. It features on the National Register of Historic Places and is reminiscent of its European counterparts.
  • Methodist Episcopal Church of Painesville

    71 N. Park Place Painesville, OH 44077 United States - Phone: +1 440 354 3642
    The Methodist Episcopal Church of Painesville is located at Painesville, Ohio. This historic church was constructed in 1873 C.E and is also known as  Painesville United Methodist Church. This church has a Gothic Revival style of architecture and was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on January 30, 1998.
  • Congregational Church of Christ

    106 North Main Street Oberlin, OH 44074 United States - Phone: +1 440 775 1711
    Located at the intersection of N. Main and W. Lorain streets, the Congregational Church of Christ was built in 1842. The church has a Greek Revival style of architecture and has been put up on the National Register of Historic Places owing to its historic value. The church continues to function even today, while regular services are held from time to time.
  • Congregational Church Of Austinburg

    2870 State Route 307 Austinburg, OH 44010 United States - Phone: +1 440 275 5125
    Congregational Church of Austinburg is located in Austinburg, Ohio. It was built in 1877 and was designed by John K. Nutting and Betsy Cowles. The church is spread over 1.4 acres (0.57 hectares) and has a Gothic Revival style of architecture. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on December 22, 1978.
  • First Congregational Church

    292 East Market Street Akron, OH 44308 United States - Phone: +1 330 253 5109
    Located on Market Street, the First Congregational Church was built in 1910. Constructed using the Romanesque style of architecture, the historic building encompasses a property of less than 1 acre (0.40 hectare). The First Congregational Church of Akron was added to the US National Register of Historic Places in 2004.
  • Elyria First United Methodist Church

    312 Third Street Elyria, OH 44035 United States - Phone: +1 440 322 6622
    The distinct Elyria First United Methodist Church is a renowned Church avenue in the region of Elyria in Ohio. It was ably built in 1925. The church site is featured on the National Register of Historic Places and occupies great monumental vitality. The structure and design reflects the Gothic Revival style of architecture. It is established on a land area of less than one acre. Worship services and the varied activities and programs organized by the church act as a catalyst in the growth of an individual.
  • Forest Hill

    Cleviden Road Cleveland, OH 44112 United States - Phone: +1 216 932 8952
    The Forest Hill neighborhood is an integral part of the city's history and once was the summer estate of John D. Rockefeller (oil magnate). Rockefeller with the help of architect Andrew J. Thomas had planned to transform the area into a space that featured residential as well commercial developments. He had to abandon these plans, owing to the Great Depression. However, post World War II, other real-estate developers got interested in this neighborhood and lovely ranch homes were built. When you visit Forest Hill, you will notice the Rockefeller-Thomas design of architecture is still followed.
  • Elyria High School - Washington Building

    601 Middle Avenue Elyria, OH 44035 United States - Phone: +1 440 284 8300
    The Elyria High School, said to be one of the Oldest Chartered high schools is a school that features a huge gym, an auditorium, the school structure, it also features some great extra curricular activities for kids like wrestling, swimming, football, tennis, etc.

  • St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

    300 3rd Street Elyria, OH 44035 United States - Phone: +1 440 322 2126
    The St. Andrew's Episcopal church is a historic church that features diverse people. These people belonging to the community draws strength and comfort from their relationship with God. This personal intimacy that is shared with God helps them to build a positive relation with others. The church welcomes the people from all over to visit the church to worship and experience the service and fellowship. The church is also added as a National Historic Place in 1979.

  • Egypt Catholic Church and Rectory

    02441 State Road 364 Jackson, OH 45865 United States - Phone: +1 419 628 4081
    The distinguished St. Joseph's Catholic Church is a monumental Roman Catholic Church. It is primly located at Egypt in Ohio, United States. Constructed in 1887, it houses a small catholic parish. It is a mammoth example of the Gothic Revival architectural style and this acts as a major constituent in the declaration of the church as a national historic site. A great avenue for worshiping the Lord, the church operates through its various ministries and programs. Occupying great historic importance, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1979. 
  • Cleveland Warehouse District

    614 West Superior Avenue Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 344 3937
    The Warehouse District situated in downtown Cleveland was initially a residential area of the city. It developed commercially in the 1850s and is known for its splendid architecture. In 1982 it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Euclid Avenue Historic District

    Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44114 United States
    The Eucid Avenue Historic District spread over 125 acres (51 hectares) of land is a historic district. Later on an added 4 acres (1.6 hectares) of land was added on to this district. Consisting of the late 19th and 20th Century architectural styles, the best homes are located here along the long stretch. This beautiful street is a great place to visit for the tourists as it reflects the history of the early times in it's architecture. This distric was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002.

  • Euclid Avenue Presbyterian Church

    11205 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 421 0482
    Spread over 2 acres (0.81 hectares) of land, the Church of the Covenant is a Presbyterian Church that is built in it's Great Gothic Revival style. The non profitable church serves as a home for the programs that reach out to the larger community of Cleveland. The church currently organizes several programs like the meal program, and many more. The church is a beauty and grabs the attention of the tourists with this beauty. This church is a must visit place whenever present in Cleveland.

  • Evangelical and Reformed Church

    752 Grand Street Vermilion, OH 44089 United States - Phone: +1 440 967 3559
    Built over less than one acre of land, the Evangelical and Reformed Church is said to be historical. The church is a delight to watch, the simple white paint that also symbolizes peace adds to the beauty of this simple church. The tower on the top right above the entrance is stunning. The church warmly welcomes the people to join in and worship the Lord and also grow in faith. The church also teaches more about the bible in the Vocational Bible Joy school and also
    conducts many more events and activities to gather the people together and worship the Lord.


  • Holy Rosary Church

    12021 Mayfield Road Cleveland, OH 44106 United States - Phone: +1 216 421 2995
    The Holy Rosary Church was founded in 1892, and since then it has been striving for the betterment of its community and spreading the message of Lord. Included in the National Register of Historic Places, it continues to serve the Little Italy neighborhood and the surrounding areas.
  • Independence Presbyterian Church

    6624 Brecksville Road Independence, OH 44131 United States - Phone: +1 216 524 6307
    Although the congregation can trace its history back to 1837, Independence Presbyterian Church was constructed in 1853. After its dedication in October 1854, the church served the community until 1905, when it was shut down, reopening in 1925. The original structure, which is now an annexed chapel, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.
  • Columbia Baptist Church

    25514 Royalton Road Columbia Station, OH 44028 United States
    The Columbia Baptist Church was constructed way back in 1900. The stained glass windows simply add to the magnificence of this Gothic structure. In 1976, this church was included in the National Register of Historical Places.
  • Freedom Congregational Church

    8961 State Route 88 Windham, OH 44288 United States - Phone: +1 330 527 5050
    Freedom Congregational Church is located in Portage County, Ohio. The historical building was built in 1845 and features a blend of Greek Revival and Federal styles of architecture. The church was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on July 7, 1975.
  • Gates Mills Methodist Episcopal Church

    Old Mill Road Gates Mills, OH 44040 United States - Phone: +1 440 423 4451
    This beauty that is spread over less than an acre of land is the Gates Mill Methodist Episcopal Church that welcomes one and all. Its simple entrance with a bell tower on the top in it's best designed Greek Revival architectural style is simply amazing and makes this place worth a visit.
  • Jaite Mill Historic District

    Vaughn Road Brecksville, OH 44141 United States
    The Jaite Mill Historic District exemplifies a typical industrial town prevalent in the 20th Century. Nestled in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, there are a few historical structures that are left in this district.
  • St. Bernard Parish

    44 University Avenue Akron, OH 44308 United States - Phone: +1 330 253 5161
    The St. Bernard Catholic Church is serving the Akron region since 1861, and continues to do so. This church building perfectly exemplifies the German-Romanesque style combined with Baroque designs. It was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1989.
  • St. Paul's Episcopal Church of East Cleveland

    15837 Euclid Avenue East Cleveland, OH 44112 United States
    The St. Paul's Episcopal Church of East Cleveland is a historic church located in East Cleveland, Ohio. The church was built in 1846 by the firm Coburn, Barnum and Benes in the Gothic Revival style of architecture, featuring stone exteriors, with gable roofs and chimneys. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.
  • St. James Episcopal Church

    131 North State Street Painesville, OH 44077 United States - Phone: +1 440 354 3526
    St. James Episcopal Church is a beautiful red color church constructed in 1865. Having an area of less than an acre, it displays the Gothic Revival style of architecture. Still a working church, it continues to hold regular ceremonies and masses. The church building was put up in the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.
  • St. Elizabeth of Hungary

    9016 Buckeye Road Cleveland, OH 44120 United States - Phone: +1 216 231 0325
    The St. Elizabeth of Hungary is a beautiful church established in 1918 for the Magyar community. Constructed in the Italian Baroque style of architecture, it continues to hold services even today. The splendid architecture of the building is surely mesmerizing. The church was put up in the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
  • St. Paul's Episcopal Church

    4120 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44103 United States - Phone: +1 216 431 8854

    The St. Paul's Episcopal Church, also known as St. Paul Shrine, is a historic church located at Cleveland, Ohio. The church was built in 1876 by Andrew Dall and Gordon W. Lloyd and is a landmark example of Gothic style architecture today. The stone structure of the church features steep gable roofs, a gabled porch, a detailed rose window and an elaborate turret. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

  • St. John's AME Church

    2261 East 40th Street Cleveland, OH 44103 United States - Phone: +1 216 431 2560

    The St. John's AME Church is a historic church located in Cleveland, Ohio. The church was built in 1908 by Aring, Badgley and Nicklas and John F. The church building features Gothic and Gothic Eclectic influences. Today, the church includes various ministries like a ladies aid ministry, chancel choir and music ministry. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

  • St. Paul's Episcopal Church

    317 East Liberty Street Medina, OH 44256 United States - Phone: +1 330 725 4131

    The St. Paul's Episcopal Church is a historic church located in Medina, Ohio. The church was built in 1884 in Gothic style architecture and the stone structure of the building features a gable roof and a steeple and several rosette windows. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

  • First Universalist Church of Westfield Center

    6 Park Circle Westfield, OH 44251 United States - Phone: +1 330 887 5144
    The First Universalist Church of Westfield Center is a historic church located in Westfield, Ohio. The building was constructed in 1849 and features Greek Revival and Eastlake style of architecture in the form of a gable roof and a turret, along with whitewashed wooden exteriors. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
  • Old South Church

    9802 Chillicothe Road Kirtland, MA 44094 United States - Phone: +1 440 256 3329
    The historic Old South Church which is listed on the National Register was built in 1859. Today, the church continues to spread the message of God and strives for the betterment of its community. For details of the church events and other updates, please check its website or call ahead.
  • Shrine Church of St. Stanislaus

    3649 East 65th Street Cleveland, OH 44105 United States - Phone: +1 216 341 9091
    Located in the Slavic Village neighborhood of Cleveland, this church is a dedication to St. Stanislaus of Szczepanów, a bishop and martyr. The construction of the Shrine Church of St. Stanislaus began in 1886, and saw fruition in 1891; this was spearheaded by Reverend A. F. Kolaszewski, the pastor then. The architecture of the church features Gothic Cathedral style with Polish influences blended in. The ornate altar, comprising various relics and the surrounding stained glass work, gives the interior an opulent look.
  • St. Stephen Church

    1930 West 54th Street Cleveland, OH 44102 United States - Phone: +1 216 631 5633
    Saint Stephen Roman Catholic Church was established with an aim to serve the German Catholic community residing in Cleveland's western areas. Work on the church began in 1870; it overcame various difficulties, was finally blessed by Bishop Richard Gilmour in 1881, though services at the unfinished church began much earlier. Made of sandstone, this church was designed in the Gothic Revival style by Cudell & Richardson architectural firm. The Saint Stephen Roman Catholic Church is a historic landmark of the city.
  • Riverside Cemetery Chapel

    3607 Pearl Road Cleveland, OH 44109 United States - Phone: +1 216 351 4800
    A Victorian building made of sandstone, the chapel is one of the most impressive aspects of Cleveland's Riverside Cemetery. Riverside Cemetery Chapel, which was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987, has been restored since its construction in 1876, and is used for funeral services.
  • South Broadway

    E 65th Street Cleveland, OH 44105 United States - Phone: +1 216 875 6680
    South Broadway area was home to a large number of Czech and Polish immigrants and hence the name Slavic Village became prevalent. Now popularized as the Warszawa Neighborhood District, this district features buildings that have Polish influence over the architectural designs.
  • St. Theodosius Russian Orthodox Cathedral

    733 Starkweather Avenue Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 741 1310
    Featuring a unique facade for a church, St. Theodosius Orthodox Cathedral is the first of its kind in Cleveland. Nestled in the city's Tremont neighborhood, this church reflects beautiful Russian architecture designed by Frederick C.Baird. The church features 12 cupola domes representing Jesus Christ's 12 apostles. The church is noted for appearing in the film, The Deer Hunter. Deemed a city landmark, it was added to the National Register of Historical Places in 1974.
  • Pilgrim Congregational Church

    2592 West 14th Street Cleveland, OH 44113 United States - Phone: +1 216 861 7388
    The Pilgrim Congregational Church is a monumental church site that swanks of immense historical value. It is precisely situated in Cleveland city in the U.S. State of Ohio. The construction of the ancient church building dates back to 1894. It brilliantly depicts the Richardsonian Romanesque style of architecture. Established on a land cover of less than one acre, the stellar red sandstone elements that enrich the exterior add up to its structural beauty. Presently, the Congregation stands affiliated with the distinguished United Church of Christ. The church site is listed on the prestigious National Register of Historic Places. 
  • Windsor Mills Christ Church Episcopal

    North Wiswell Road and U.S. 322 Windsor Mills, OH 44099 United States - Phone: +1 800 282 5393
    A fine historical church site is situated at the Wisell Road in the form of Windsor Mills Christ Church Episcopal. The ancient church was constructed and established in 1832, it has adapted the Greek Revival style of architecture. It occupies immense monumental value and stands listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Zion Lutheran Church

    2062 East 30th Street Cleveland, OH 44115 United States - Phone: +1 216 861 2179
    Zion Lutheran Church stands firmly as a reminder of the city's past. The historic church was built in 1902 and since then is serving the Lutheran community of Cleveland. Located in central Cleveland, this Late Gothic Revival building is hard to miss.
  • United Church of Huntington

    26677 State Route 58 Wellington, OH 44090 United States - Phone: +1 440 647 4491
    The United Church of Huntington is a beautiful Greek Revival structure built in 1847. The church property is spread over an area of 1.9 acres (0.77 hectares). The pristine white structure became a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. The congregation is fully functional and conducts services and ceremonies on a regular basis. For mass timing and event information please log on to their website.
  • Christ Community Chapel – Hudson Campus

    750 West Streetsboro Street Hudson, OH 44236 United States - Phone: +1 330 650 9533
    The Hudson Campus is among the four churches of Christ Community Chapel. They have in total four services in a week, one on Saturdays and three on Sundays. Set in a handsome building that is a blend of modern and old architectural styles, the church's steeple looks like it is reaching out to the sky. It has two venues for their Sunday worship meetings, the Sanctuary and Connections Cafe which is located in their elegant Atrium. They also hold events like Women’s Winter Retreat, Family Movie Night, Kids Club and concerts.
  • Truett-McConnell College

    100 Alumni Drive Cleveland, OH 30528 United States - Phone: +1 706 865 2134 / +1 800 226 8621(Toll Free)
    Founded in 1946, Truett-McConnell College is a Christian co-ed college. Named after George W. Truett and Fernando C. McConnell who were well known pastors and educationists in the 1880s, it is set on over 200 acres (80.94 hectares) of mountainous terrain. Their campus comprises of the Miller Hall, Creation Research Center, World Mission Center, an auditorium, a huge dining hall, a dorm, science laboratories, a student lounge and a residence hall. This Baptist-centric educational facility offers courses on World Missions and Christian Studies, Humanities, Science and Mathematics, Business, Education and Behavioral Science, Nursing and, Music and Fine Arts. They even have their own athletic team called the Bears which includes sports like basketball, baseball, cross country, golf, wrestling and volleyball.