FOOD & DRINK
GREAT LAKES BREWING COMPANY
2516 Market Ave. - Cleveland - 216-771-4404
The first microbrewery in Cleveland, and the first brewpub since prohibition! Sample many beers, and enjoy the homemade food. This restaurant is a must-see when you are in Cleveland. You can even take a tour of the Brewery!
12309 Mayfield Rd. - Cleveland - 216-231-3100
Located in historic Little Italy, this is the oldest Italian restaurant in Cleveland, dating back to 1918. The food is authentic Italian and delicious!
HORNBLOWER'S BARGE & GRILL
1151 Marginal Rd. - Cleveland - 216-363-1151
This restaurant is on a floating barge on the waterfront, and is the best place to watch the sunsets. Fresh seafood, served the way you like it!
1250 Old River Road (east bank of the Cuyahoga River in the Flats) - Cleveland - 216-241-1600
In a word-Excellent. This is by far the best seafood restaurant in Cleveland. Probably in all of Ohio! The decor, the food and the service are exquisite, probably the most comfortable upscale restaurant that I have ever eaten at. Try the Sunday brunch or Friday night seafood buffet. If you like martinis, you have a menu with 15 selections to choose from. Also, besides the seafood, they have great beef, chicken and pasta dishes. Add to that an unusual appetizer selection and a fine wine list, you have the makings for a rather enjoyable culinary experience.
THE INN ON COVENTRY
2785 Euclid Heights Blvd. - Cleveland Heights - 216-371-1811
Enjoy breakfast all day long for you late risers. They serve comfort food, Sunday brunch, a casual atmosphere and home-style cooking.
1148 Main St. - The Flats - 216-575-0300
You can eat, drink, watch sports and play games in this all-in-one dining and entertainment complex.
DIAMOND MEN'S CLUB
1628 Fall St. - The Flats - 216-621-1840
Cleveland's original Gentlemen's Caberet, this is the right place. Plus, they have complimentary transportation from downtown hotels.
520 S Jackson St - Seattle - 206-405-4646
Japanese restaurant in the International District featuring sushi and robata bar.
THE CENTRAL SALOON
207 1st Ave S - Seattle - 206-625-1265
Oldest operating saloon in Seattle, serving a full menu of rock, reggae, funk, jazz and blues.
113 1st Ave S - Seattle - 206-340-4101
An alternative-rock aberration amid the more staid Pioneer Square clubs.
KELLS IRISH RESTAURANT and PUB
1916 Post Alley - Seattle - 206-728-1916
This pub fulfills its motto: "If you can't go to Ireland, come to Kells."
ROCK & ROLL HALL of FAME AND MUSEUM
One Key Plaza - Cleveland
In 1983, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation was established by members of the music industry to honor and recognize the artists, composers, producers and others who helped make rock and roll the most popular and influential art form of our time. Housed in a striking glass and white panel building situated on Lake Erie, it rises seven dramatic stories above the lake. Open from 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. daily (open until 9 p.m. on Wednesdays).
The Flats were once the sweat-soaked hub of industrial Cleveland -- equal parts water front shipping depot, railroad station, factory hell, and warehousing stop on the wide road of commerce. Back then, Flats entertainment meant throwing back shots of Cutty Sark and chasing them with Pride of Cleveland beer in some tiny punch-palace of a bar that was woefully short on decor, but long on colorful, or even dangerous, characters. Over the years, this strip of real estate lining the East and West banks of the Cuyahoga River has emerged as a massive entertainment complex for boaters, weekend warriors and tourists alike. A few tiny taverns have evolved into an array of eating and drinking establishments: Waterfront restaurants. Underground music clubs. Furious dance bars. Drinking holes catering to the creative and the crazy.
GREAT LAKES SCIENCE CENTER
601 Erieside Ave. - Cleveland - 216-694-2000
One of the nation's leading science centers. An Omnimax theater and over 340 hands-on exhibits will keep you entertained for hours.
Bakersfield - 661-868-7000
Dedicated in Four thousand colorful flying disks displayed in a basement museum.
Jacobs Field. Tickets- 216-420-4385
Major League Baseball- American League
Gund Arena. Tickets- 216-420-CAVS, 800-332-CAVS
Cleveland Browns Stadium. Tickets- 440-891 5050
National Football League
Key Arena - 206-217-WNBA
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