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Cleveland/West Side

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West Side is in Cleveland.

Get in[edit]

West Side Market

For information on getting to Cleveland, see Cleveland#Get_in

See[edit][add listing]

The Other White Meat
  • Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, 3900 Wildlife Way, +1 216 661-6500 (), [1]. Daily 10AM-5PM. Box office closes at 4PM. The zoo is closed on January 1 and December 25. Check out the Australian animal exhibit and the Rainforest (which requires additional admission fees). $9 adults 12+ ($6 from November 1-March 31), $4 children 2-11, free for kids under 2.  edit

Tremont Art Galleries[edit]

Tremont is experiencing an enormous influx of redevelopment that was pioneered by the arts community. The Tremont ArtWalk takes place on the second Friday of every month (6-10PM).

  • Asterisk Gallery, 2393 Professor St, +1 330 304-8528 (), [2]. Hours by appointment only. Often features live music and DJs as well as its art.  edit
  • Doubting Thomas Gallery, 856 Jefferson, +1 513 555-5555, [3].  edit
  • Eye Candy Gallery, 2173 Professor Ave #1, +1 216 241-2740, [4].  edit

Do[edit][add listing]

  • Glass Bubble Project (Glass Blowing), 2421 Bridge Ave (behind The Garage Bar), 2166967043, [5]. 10AM-6PM. Here you can experience the magic of glass blowing. Local artists give free public demonstrations. Take a class or browse the gallery.  edit

Buy[edit][add listing]

  • West Side Market, [20] northeast corner of Lorain Ave (western node of the Hope Memorial (Lorain-Carnegie) Bridge) and W 25th St. An old world produce market directly across the Cuyahoga River from Cleveland's skyscrapers, along with an arcade area containing shops with food of Irish, German, Slovenians, Italian, Greek, Polish, Russian, and Middle Eastern descents, among others.
  • Banyan Tree, 2242 Professor St (Tremont,), +1 216 241-1209 (), [6]. Hours: M-W, 11AM - 7PM, Th- Sa, 11AM-9PM, Su 11AM-5PM.. Home decor and jewelery designed to an artwork.  edit
  • Steelyard Commons, 3447 Steelyard Drive, [7]. Large retail complex featuring a Target, Walmart, K&G Fashion, Old Navy, Marshalls, Petco, Home Depot, and numerous other stores.  edit
  • Zubal Books, 2969 West 25th Street, +1 216 621-3174, [8]. The world's largest bookstore and a former Twinkie factory that houses over 500,000 books online and endless shelves of vintage and contemporary prints.  edit

Eat[edit][add listing]

100th Bomb Group Restaurant
  • 100th Bomb Group Restaurant, 20920 Brookpark Road (directly across from the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport), +1 216 267-1010, [9]. An elegant WWII, aviation themed restaurant.  edit
  • Sokolowski's University Inn, 1201 University Road, +1 216-771-9236, [10]. Restaurant featuring authentic Polish fare. They were even featured on Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations.  edit
  • Las Dos Fronteras, 3292 Fulton Rd, +1 216 651-6951. Mexican restaurant with a good selection of authentic Northern and Central Mexican Taqueria style fare in the Clark-Fulton neighborhood.  edit
  • Caribe Bake Shop, 2906 Fulton Rd, +1 216 281-8194. Take out restaurant specializing in Puerto Rican, Dominican and Cuban fare.  edit
  • Lolita, 900 Literary Road, +1 216 771-5652, [11]. An outpost of the Lola restaurant that is run by famous chef Michael Symon.  edit
  • Quisqueya La Bella, 4616 Clark Ave, +1 216 651-3410. Restaurant serving Puerto Rican and Dominican cuisine.  edit
  • Villa Y Zapata, 8505 Madison Ave, +1 216 961-4369. One of the best Mexican restaurants in Cleveland.  edit
  • The Diner on Clifton, 11637 Clifton Blvd, +1 216 521-5003, [12]. Cozy, 1950s-style diner, dishing up both updated & traditional American comfort food all day.  edit
  • Luchita's Mexican Restaurant, 3456 W 117th St, (216) 252-1169, [13]. Simple, decades-old hacienda serving burritos, chimichangas, mole & enchiladas, plus margaritas.  edit
  • Rincon Criollo, 6504 Detroit Ave, + 1 216 939-0992, [14]. Low-key eatery serving traditional Puerto Rican dishes in a modestly appointed space.  edit

Drink[edit][add listing]

  • Rocky River Brewing Company [21]
  • Happy Dog, 5801 Detroit Ave, +1 216 651-9474, [15]. A neighborhood corner bar known for their hot dogs and beer selection. They also have live music on Friday and Saturday night.  edit
  • Great Lakes Brewing Company, 2516 Market Ave, +1 216 771-4404, [16]. The 18th-largest craft brewery in the US. They also have tours available where you can sample some of their products such as Burning River Pale Ale or Edmund Fitzgerald Porter.  edit

Live music[edit]

  • Cleveland Bop Stop, [17]. West-side jazz club.  edit

Sleep[edit][add listing]

  • The Cleveland Hostel, 2090 W 25th St, +1 440 474-3772 (), [18]. checkin: 3PM; checkout: noon. The only hostel in Cleveland. Kitchen, computer, wi-fi, bike rental available. Security lockers in dorms. Located in Ohio City near the West Side Market. Dorms $25+, privates $70+.  edit
  • Sheraton Cleveland Airport, +1 800 325-3535, [19]. The only hotel located on the grounds of Cleveland International Airport (CLE).  edit


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