ALL ABOUT CLEVELAND

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RESTAURANTS

Alley Cat Oyster Bar     $$-$$$
“A waterfront restaurant in the Flats East Bank entertainment district features open spaces and expansive views of the Cuyahoga River and seasonal open air dining.”

BARRIO     $$-$$$
“Home of the original build-your-own tacos. A fast-casual environment with insanely delicious queso, guacamole, and chef-driven taco specials!”

Blue Point Grille     $$$-$$$$
“Cleveland’s premier seafood restaurant. Fabulous architecture. Fashionable dining.”

Flannery’s Pub     $-$$
“A Cleveland landmark since 1997. Renowned for our perfect pint, great comfort food and the friendliest staff in Cleveland. Flannery’s is called home by all who visit!”

Hofbräuhaus Cleveland     $$-$$$
“A 24,000-square-foot German microbrewery and restaurant located in the heart of Cleveland. Complete with live music daily, onsite brewed Hofbräuhaus bier, German delicacies found at any Oktoberfest, and a Biergarten large enough to hold up to 1,000 people, the party never stops.”

Mable’s BBQ     $$-$$$
“Chef Michael Symon’s Mable’s BBQ is a Cleveland-style barbecue restaurant located in the heart of downtown Cleveland.”

Marble Room Steaks & Raw Bar     $$$-$$$$
“World class service and menu selections set the stage for exquisite dining experience. The opulent decor sets a grand backdrop for our modern finishes.”

Pickwick & Frolic Restaurant and Club     $$-$$$
“Our 185 seat restaurant features American Rustic Cuisine made from scratch with the freshest and finest ingredients. A casual, affordable, restaurant. Reasonable prices. In a category by itself. It’s like a restaurant club martini bar entertainment lounge lunch meeting comedy cabaret venue, with a champagne bar, and all, in a very cozy 27,000 square feet. Pickwick & Frolic is also home to one of the largest made-for-comedy only venues in the country presenting the best in national stand-up comedy.”

Sushi 86     $$-$$$
“Small casual dining room offering a large variety of sushi with vegetarian options.”

The Big Bang Dueling Piano Bar     $-$$
“Shareable small plates and appetizers served in a fun, high-energy atmosphere featuring live dueling pianos every night.”

Vault     $$-$$$
“Step through time and a 1906 bank vault door into the inventively reimagined labyrinth beneath the iconic Cleveland Trust rotunda.”

THINGS TO DO

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame     $-$$
“Here’s a fact: When you visit the Rock & Roll Hall of Fam, you and your companions aren’t going to agree on everything. It happens all the time – you enter as friends, you leave as … friends who can’t decide if Pearl Jam is more or less worthy of inclusion than, say, Journey.”

A Christmas Story House     $-$$
“Back in the early 1980s, producers of the classic holiday film “A Christmas Story” — based on a story written by author Jean Shepherd — were seeking filming locations for what was supposed to look like an Indiana steel town in the ’40s. They found their answer in a home located in the Cleveland neighborhood of Tremont.”

JACK Cleveland Casino     $-$$$$
“This was the Cleveland area’s first casino and has since turned into a must-see stop in the energetic heart of Public Square. This isn’t James Bond — you definitely don’t have to wear a tuxedo to sit at the baccarat table. But if you want to throw down a bet at the JACK, bring your A game. This place is filled with all kinds of casino table gaming including blackjack, craps, poker and roulette.”