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.
One of the few of its kind in the world and the first indoor shopping center in America, The Arcade opened as early as May of 1890. It still sports a Victorian era 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. Check the website or call ahead for further details.
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 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
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.
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.
This upscale shopping center includes boutiques like Adina and Company (women's clothing), Kilgore Trout (men's clothing), Sur La Table (kitchen needs), and Fibres (girl's clothing). Eton offers several restaurants to energize patrons: Paladar (Neuvo Latino), Taza A Lebanese Grill, Mitchell's Fish Market, and Bravo! Cucina Italiana. After a long day of shopping, customers can stretch out at Evolution Yoga or workout at Get-A-Lift Studio. Many Eton venues host events like BBQ Night, Dress for Success Reception, Mira Jewelry Trunk Show and live music! -Marjorie Jensen
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 houses fresh vegetable produce but also fresh seafood outlets, numerous bakeries, cafes, dairies 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 pile on the cash to avoid disappointment. Call ahead for more information.
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.
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.
Hampton Inn Cleveland Downtown suits best for accommodating both families
and corporate guests. This hotel has several elegant rooms in addition to the well equipped suites for longer stays. Crisp white sheets and duvets invite the guests into the ...