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10 Lesser Known Cleveland Bars Great for Catching a Browns Game 

Photo Courtesy of Bob Golic's Sport Bars & Grill, Facebook
How about watching a Browns home game with Browns legend Bob Golic? Well on home game days a Golic's Sports bar & Grill on West 6th in downtown Cleveland, you can see Bob Golic treating everyone like family. While you are there, make sure to try the wings! Bob Golic's Sports Bar & Grill is located at 1213 West Sixth St. Call 216-363-1130 or visit bobgolic.com for more information.
Photo Courtesy of Fat Head's Brewery & Saloon
Any West Side Browns fan would be missing out if they didn't partake in a cold Head Hunter IPA with some smokehouse wings from Fat Heads in North Olmsted. We suggest the dry rub on the wings with a side of their Buffalo sauce for dipping. The best of both worlds. Fat Head's Brewery & Saloon is located at 24581 Lorain Rd, North Olmsted. Call 440-801-1001 or visit fatheadscleveland.com for more information.
Photo Courtesy of Flat Iron Cafe
This West Bank of the Flats landmark is a hidden gem to watch the game. On home games it is a great place to tailgate and they offer a free shuttle to and from the stadium. Once inside, try the powerhouse perogies or the New England Clam Chowder. Flat Iron Cafe is located at 1114 Center St. Cleveland. Visit flatironcafe.com for more information.
Photo Courtesy of Cork-N-Bottle
This Mayfeild Heights neighborhood favorite is not only a cool place to catch the Browns, but the food also scores a touchdown. While they are famous for their pizza, they also have a good patio and the most important thing -- cold beer. Cork-N-Bottle is located at 6724 Mayfield Rd, Mayfield Heights. Call 440-720-0300 for more information.
Photo Courtesy of The Map Room, Facebook
The Map Room in the Warehouse District in downtown Cleveland is a great watering hole to catch the Brownies. Plus their pizza is incredible and a perfect partner for some football. The Map Room is located at 1281 W 9th St. Call 216-621-7747 or visit maproomcleveland.com for more information. PHOTO TAKEN FROM FB
Photo Courtesy of Winking Lizard Tavern, Facebook
This Lakewood landmark is one of the most unique of the Northeast Ohio home grown brand. The main bar area's open layout lends way to numerous TV's. Plus the lower level bowling alley is a great stress releaser for when the Brownies are struggling. Don't forget to grab some free popcorn. Winking Lizard Tavern is located at 14018 Detroit Ave, Lakewood. Call 216- 226-6693 or visit winkinglizard.com for more information. photo from FB
Photo Courtesy of Frank & Tony's Place, Facebook
It might sound like a place in Little Italy, but Frank & Tony's in downtown Willoughby is a very cool laid back pub to watch the Brownies. Plus they have some pretty legit pizza and an appetizer called Roni Rolls, which is pizza dough stuffed with pepperoni and baked, then served with marinara dipping sauce. Frank & Tony's place is located at 38107 2nd St Willoughby, Call 440-602-9780 or visit frankandtonysplace.com for more information.
Photo Courtesy of Ice House Tavern & Grill
An institution in Brooklyn, Ice House Tavern is a Browns destination. A must have during the game is their Macho Nachos. Loaded with ground beef, jalepenos, lettuce, tomatoes,olives, and the best for last --liquid nacho cheese. Yum! Ice House Tavern & Grill is located at 10036 Brookpark Rd, Brooklyn. Call 216- 267-7660 for more information.
Photo Courtesy of Lacey Bright
The Boneyard in Mayfeild Heights is a jaw dropping sports bar. The space was transformed from an old movie theater into the Boneyard, and in a genius move they kept and use the full size theater screens. Giant sized Browns. Sign us up! The Boneyard is located at 5900 Mayfield Road, Mayfield Heights. Call 440.995.0500 for more information.
Photo Courtesy of Jon, FourSquare.com
This Olmsted Township hot spot is usually the only place to play volleyball on the West Side of Cleveland. But inside they have over twenty-six TV's to catch the Browns. Razzle's is located at 27128 Bagley Rd, Olmsted Township. Call 235-3663 or visit razzles.biz for more information.
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Photo Courtesy of Ice House Tavern & Grill
An institution in Brooklyn, Ice House Tavern is a Browns destination. A must have during the game is their Macho Nachos. Loaded with ground beef, jalepenos, lettuce, tomatoes,olives, and the best for last --liquid nacho cheese. Yum! Ice House Tavern & Grill is located at 10036 Brookpark Rd, Brooklyn. Call 216- 267-7660 for more information.
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