One of our favorite local restaurants. Sadly, it has closed.
Good place for a cheap cut
i think they have great original eastern European food, service is so so, but food is worth it.
Great service and friendly people! Relaxing atmosphere and the prices are cheaper than other coffee shops/cafes.
The wine bar is part of a luxury spa and inn establishment. It is up a long flight of stairs, but worth the trip. The ambiance is classic elegance with a contemporary flair. It is a small room, with the center open to the spa below. I had the pan-seared scallops and linguini, not a large portion, but every bite was scrumptious. And the cheesecake topped off with strawberries and whipped cream was a delight. I will be back.
The serve staff could be a bit quicker, I agree.
This is the place to be in Parma. They have $2 drinks and DJ Dave does the best karaoke I've ever seen on Friday nights.
solid experience in chagrin falls
Although it is kind of old and beat up, I have seen some of the best shows there and the experience is always a great time. Since it's a smaller venue, it's more personal and easier to get really close to the bands and to talk to members after the show. I have to say it's one of my favorite venues I've been to so far.
Took a great figure drawing class with John Carlson at the Bay Arts
I had a wonderful time! We had reservations on Valentines Day, and was seated very quickly. The service was great, the food was excellent.
Great Improvement ! ! ! Spacious, Clean, newly remodeled and a fun place to go. We will be there a minimum of 3 times a week after work.
The BASWAphon Crew ! ! !
Very down to earth.
Clevelands westside premier latin club for the salsa lover. They have local bands and guest bands from Puerto Rico on weekend nights, also open daily. Fairly reasonable drink prices and authentic spanish foods on occasion, also chips available for snacking. The club is split with two sides. The main bar room has pool tables and is more brightly lit with side tables and the other side is the ballroom dimly lit with a large dance floor, many tables and small serving bar and a large band area. Free during the week and a cover charge on the weekend during band nights. Mostly caters to a spanish crowd, but have bi-lingual workers at the drink areas. Not the best location, but fairly safe and secure inside.
Been here several times. Drink prices are fine; especially specials. Ladies night is a killer on Friday's. Both the upstairs and downstairs party halls are decent; depending on what you're looking for. There's a lot of room and the separation of the downstairs from the upstairs bar (along with its part room, when open) is like two to three places in one. Provides for different atmospheres depending on your mood and what you're there for. Given time to get it off the ground and this could be a great place to be.
Beautiful building, tons of history and some if not most of the neighbors respect one another in and outside of the building. Neighborhood thugs are not running this building and hysterics do not rule the day here. There is one thug currently sitting in jail who would disagree with this statement after he was caught on camera (by the manager) committing a theft on the property. This neighborhood is what it is and some things come with the territory. One should not move into the inner city harboring fear and dislike for the people that make up the neighborhood. That makes for a difficult experience. Hodge has always been home to an ethnically diverse group of artists. The majority have lived here peacefully and safely.
Many of the former residents were/are locally to nationally known artists. Hodge was Cleveland's first converted school building and sits on the landmark registry. This is a history to be proud of.
If you leave your belongings in your car then you should not mind your car being broken into-here or anywhere in this city to include the suburbs. And yes, bands do practice loudly, they occaisionally throw parties and leave crap everywhere. So what? Creativity is a personal issue and each resident has the space and support to be creative within their live work studio. The struggle this building is going through is like any transition from being managed by an art curator to professional and conservative building management. Artists are struggling to hold on to and re-build the local artist community. The Hodge is far more safe, quiet and peaceful than a West side counterpart. That tension is a fact of life for many artist communities that are fighting against decline.
Those who hate living here usually move on and that is as it should be.
Creative and Delightful creations served by personable and engaging staff. Always something unusual and fresh. I use it for business off hour meet and greets because of the giant cups of blooming tea. excellent
Great food and large portions. The dining area is a bit cramped, but it adds experience to the home-style italian cooking you're looking for. Meals are fairly priced and parking is not an issue.
Side note: Chef used to be work for the Cleveland Browns in the early 90's and promotes some signature dishes that were team favorites.
The seafood enchilada and seafood quesidalla are our favorites. The frozen margaritas are yummy and we love the salsa.Service is exceptional with a native wait staff. Order some cheese sauce for dipping always fresh chips.
The food is really really good. It is nice to have some place different to go especially on Fridays during lent because they have an extensive vegetarian menu.
The food is really good. Very large portions. Not the best place if you are on a diet. Tres Leches Cake is amazing!
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