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10 Restaurants to Nurse Your Hangover in Cleveland 

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B2B offers plenty of burger options that are a lot more interesting than the McDonald’s drive thru that we know you were so close to pulling into. Try the Luther, a godsend of a burger on glazed donuts in lieu of buns. Pay a visit at 6323 Wilson Mills Road.
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Ditch Taco Bell and go for a tastier and more authentic Mexican option with Luchita’s. Sometimes a little South of the Border lovin’ is all a body needs to recover. Get yours at 3456 W. 117th St.
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A great option if you broke the bank buying rounds at the bar last night, Eat at Joe’s is an old favorite. No frills, cheap and always consistently delicious. Stop in at 14734 S. Green Road.
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With two locations in Solon and Streetsboro, Jim’s Open Kitchen offers up classical diner food to soak up that awful feeling in your stomach. Get your veggies in while getting a grease fix with their much-loved Herb Nelson, pictured above. Give it a try at 33779 Aurora Road.
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Gus’s offers standard diner fare and generous portions for an affordable price. It’s also low-key enough that you can slink into a booth in sweats and not think twice about it. Check it out at 797 E. 185th St.
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Complete with checkered floor, this is a classically cute 50s-style diner. Maybe that atmosphere will lighten the mood as you get told all the embarrassing things you did last night! Home fries might help, too. Pay a visit to Southside at 10705 W Pleasant Valley Road.
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Open 24 hours on weekends, Michael’s might even help you stave off a hangover and avoid it altogether if you stumble in at 3:00 in the morning, chug some water and chow down. Stop in at 13051 Shaker Blvd.
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For some, the idea of shoveling greasy foods into an already turbulent tummy just adds to the discomfort. Sip a smoothie instead at Liquid Planet. Try the PBJ — bananas and honey are proven hangover ass-kickers. Get it at 11002 Clifton Blvd.
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More burgers! A classy (and slightly more pricey) alternative to fast food, Heck’s offers a slew of gourmet burgers. You could also try a British hangover fix with their fish ‘n’ chips. Check it out at 2927 Bridge Ave.
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If you don’t happen to roll out of bed until noon (it was a late one) but are still in the mood for omelets and French toast, Katz has you covered with all-day breakfast. Pay an afternoon visit at 1975 Lee Road.
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B2B offers plenty of burger options that are a lot more interesting than the McDonald’s drive thru that we know you were so close to pulling into. Try the Luther, a godsend of a burger on glazed donuts in lieu of buns. Pay a visit at 6323 Wilson Mills Road.
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