2035 East 4th Street Cleveland, OH 44115 +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.
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!
2035 East 4th Street Cleveland, OH 44115 +1 216 736 4242
Beware as you enter Hilarities 4th Street Theatre, as you are surely going to 'burst' with laughter. With nine weekly shows and comedy nights by the nation's best stand-up comedians and improv troupes, you can't bet to sit tight-lipped. The 425 comfortable seats, a mezzanine balcony with eight individual boxes are an add-on to the whole delightful experience. And Focaccia Pizza, Fried Chicken Club Wrap with luscious wines and martinis. Hmm, that makes up for a stomach-aching yet stomach filling affair.
Located in a renovated train terminal, Tower City houses some of the finest shops in Cleveland. While it is not recommended this be the hub of your shopping trip, it very well could be. From its anchor store, Dillard's, to its other fine shops like The Disney Store, Warner Brothers Studio Store, Limited and Express, to spend an entire day here is simple.
Amelia's Lounge is The Sheraton's main bar which also serves as the hotels lounge. A perfect place for a nightcap afetra delcious meal at the Amelia's. The atmosphere is relaxed and casual and the bar has an extensive and impressive choice of alcohols and cocktails. Speaking about drinks, if you would like to experiment then don't miss the well mixed and exotic creations here.
2814 Detroit Avenue Cleveland, OH 44113 +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.
3456 West 117th Street Cleveland, OH 44111 +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 Camaron 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.
11150 East Boulevard Cleveland, OH 44106 +1 216 421 7340
The Cleveland Museum of Art, housed in a historic building dating back to 1916, displays some very precious paintings by renowned artists. You can check out the works of the Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams and Mario Avati. If you do not have the time to leisurely browse through all the 900 exhibits, sign on the guided tours which give you details of all the major exhibits. After you have explored the place, refresh with some delights from the Museum cafe. To get information on the temporary exhibits and rotating showcases, check the website.
Severance Hall is the home of the famous Cleveland Orchestra. Designed by the architectural firm Walker and Weeks, the halls resembles a Greek temple. The hall can seat about 2,000 people with its interior and acoustics resembling neo-classical style. Severance Hall is known as a haven for musicians and music lovers as well, for staging and attending a concert at this hall is sheer delight. Regarded as America's most beautiful concert hall, the Severance deserves a homage tour from all music lovers.
12383 Cedar Road Cleveland, OH 44106 +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
The Cleveland Museum of Art, housed in a historic building
dating back to 1916, displays some very precious paintings by renowned artists. You can check out the works of the Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams and Mario Avati. If you ...
The Agora Theatre and Ballroom has as much history as
the years it's been open. It first started in 1966, opened by then owner Henry LoConti Sr., and was one of the first venues where entertainment for young people ...