2233 West 3rd Street Cleveland, OH 44113 +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.
1231 Main Avenue Cleveland, OH 44113 +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.
1148 Main Avenue Cleveland, OH 44113 +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.
20630 North Park Boulevard Cleveland, OH 44118 +1 216 371 5300
Though the name might lead to some confusion, North Park Brew N Bistro's "brew" stands for coffee far more than beer, although some micro-brews are served. This coffeehouse also has a robust menu with all-day breakfast, as well as salads, wraps and burgers. Breakfast options include "B'egg'ls," with scrambled eggs served on top of a variety of bagels, pancakes and quiches, such as Broccoli and Cheddar. North Park works with Café 56-named for its 56 types of salads-on its salad selections, and it shows on a wide-ranging salad menu. Vegetarians can enjoy The Martha with melons, cranberries, oranges and granola, or carnivores can try The Original: ham and turkey with Swiss cheese over lettuce. North Park also has several wraps, like the Grilled Cheese Flat Wrap, and a few burgers, like the Bleu Steak Burger with blue cheese, onions, and sesame sauce. - Marjorie Jensen
2355 East 89th Street Cleveland, OH 44106 +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.
8500 Euclid Avenue Cleveland Play House Cleveland, OH 44106 +1 216 795 7000
The Drury Theatre, which is part of the prestigious Cleveland Play House, is one of the most distinguished theater venues in the city of Cleveland. The theater can house up to five hundred spectators, thus, making it one of the biggest theaters in the city. There are all kinds of theatrical productions that take place here which can range from experimental to classical and more. It is really an out of the world experience to watch a performance take place here.
11141 East Boulevard The Cleveland Institute of Art Cleveland, OH 44106 +1 216 421 7450
The Cleveland Institute of Art's very own facility is the Cinematheque. Within the facility are two auditoriums with different capacities, screening 35mm and 16mm films. Both these auditoriums are located in the Gund Building in the University campus. Russell B. Aitken Auditorium is the larger space with a capacity to seat 616, where 35mm films are screened. Ohio Bell Auditorium is an intimate 100 seat theater suitable for 16mm film screenings.
Euclid Tavern is a legendary Cleveland club that will teach you a thing or two about painting the town red. The stage opposite the bar features bands and all sorts of performances for your entertainment. The Tavern claims it has rockin' food in a rockin' setting, and it sure lives up to its claims. The food is just heavenly and the dessert selection changes daily.
2083 East 21st Street Peabody Cleveland, OH 44113 +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.
2001 Euclid Avenue CSU College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences Cleveland, OH 44115 +1 216 687 5010
The CSU runs a high energy campus where there's always something happening. The CSU Waetjen Auditorium in the Music and Communication Building, is a very happening place, as it is regularly used for concerts and recitals by the Music Department of CSU. The auditorium hosts concerts by orchestras, jazz bands, wind ensembles, choral groups and lots more. Apart from musical events CSU Waetjen Auditorium is even used for convocation ceremonies.
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