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5 Best Places to Get a Drink in Cleveland

Posted by admin @ 12:00 AM, Sunday Jul 28th, 2013

If you find yourself exploring the hometown of rock and roll, the Browns and the Cavs, check out these five Cleveland bars to take a break and have a drink.

The Corner Alley

This downtown establishment combines a great top-shelf bar with bowling. Have a few specialty martinis, then strap on a pair of vintage bowling shoes and smash some balls into the pins. The bar’s location on Euclid Avenue and East 4th Street gives you easy access to many of Cleveland’s other finest restaurants and bars.

Great Lakes Brewery

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Explore Cleveland: Tour the Cleveland Botanical Garden

Posted by admin @ 12:00 AM, Sunday Jan 22nd, 2012

When planning to see the sights in The Best Location in the Nation, at the top of the list along with the Cleveland Museum of Art, The Cleveland Natural History Museum, Playhouse Square with the Cleveland Orchestra and the Cleveland Opera, be sure to add The Garden. The Cleveland Botanical Garden has exquisite beauty with specific brilliance from many indigenous flowers, shrubs, plants, trees and greenery to make the eyes rejoice.

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The Cleveland and Northern Ohio Nightlife

Posted by @ 12:00 AM, Friday Jan 13th, 2012

There are tons of things to do and see for the whole family but what about those of us that are single and out for a good time? Luckily, Cleveland also has a bustling nightlife for those of us who like to live in the moment. Below is a small list of the best bars and clubs in Cleveland. Find the one that’s right for you, then call a cab, activate the Home Security System and abandon your inhibitions at the front door!

We’ll start with the “Winking Lizard.”
Overshadowed by Progressive Field, the “lizard” has the perfect atmosphere for both sports fans and those looking for something a little more sophisticated. The food isn’t half-bad either.

Next on the list is the “Thirsty Parrot.”
Being close enough to the Quicken Loans Arena, you can actually sit out on the patio and hear everything that’s happening at the big game.

There’s also “Champps Americana.”
Choose any one of their three locations and get immersed in their cozy, cavernous environment and gear up for a night of sports, wholesome food and reverie.

And if maybe a good game of pool is what you’re looking for than swing on by the “House of Cues.”
Ample televisions and ample pool tables await you.

Top 5 Must-See Sights in Cleveland, Ohio

Posted by admin @ 12:00 AM, Saturday Sep 10th, 2011

Cleveland, Ohio, the third largest city in the United States has a lot to offer to tourists and visitors. For those visiting or touring Cleveland, there are plenty of things to do and see in this big city”from historic places to parks and recreation and museums, not to mention the beautiful gardens, in Cleveland there-s always something to do and see for individuals and families. The West Side Market is especially ideal for families and for those who (more…)

An In-Depth Look at Cleveland’s Rock and Roll History

Posted by admin @ 12:00 AM, Friday Sep 9th, 2011

Cleveland, Ohio stands out in most people’s minds as the birth of rock and roll due to the city’s address as home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and because of the metropolitan area’s willingness to embrace a new kind of music that launched in the fifties and lives on in present day.

Forward thinking deejay Alan Freed, a.k.a. Moondog, (1921 to 1965) backed bands he claimed were going to rise as the next big thing in music. He gets credit for labeling the tunes “rock and roll” along with setting up the first ever concert (more…)

10 Fun, Family-Friendly Attractions in Cleveland

Posted by admin @ 12:00 AM, Monday Sep 5th, 2011

Cleveland offers a wonderful variety of family-friendly attractions perfect for the entire family!

-At the Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum, take a tour of antique automobiles, motorcycles and airplanes on
-The Children’s Museum of Cleveland offers a variety of educational and interactive exhibits to explore and
-Spend an afternoon at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo learning about the wonderful world of animals and plants.
-Young children are sure to enjoy the Memphis Kiddie Park, with 11 amusement rides, miniature golf, (more…)

Explore Cleveland: Shop at the West Side Market

Posted by admin @ 12:00 AM, Thursday Sep 1st, 2011

A trip to Cleveland Ohio would not be complete without a stop at the West Side Market. Locals have enjoyed this colorful and exciting market since 1912. The building alone is worth a visit. With its Byzantine architecture and adjacent clock tower, adt home security deals, it is sure to impress people of all backgrounds. Inside they have 44 foot high ceilings done in terracotta tiles, and there are wonderful pictures of animals decorating the columns.

This indoor/outdoor market is located in the western neighborhood of Ohio City. The 180 vendors offer all sorts of ethnic delicacies (more…)

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