Arts & Entertainment: Music Venues
Live music rules at the Savannah, with local and national play R&B, jazz, blues, Motown and oldies.
An alternative rock hot spot in the ’80s and the goth/industrial hangout in the ’90s, the club known for its wooden-ship decor still hosts live music on weekends — mostly upstart local bands and visitors you’ve never heard. The downstairs Symposium boasts a corner bar vibe.
This casual bar's back room has plenty to do, with vintage videogames, pool tables and a dartboard.
The Lampliter has served up cold beer and live music for a quarter-century. Bands here play everything from classic rock to modern dance, so feel free to bust a move on the floor.
New ownership has revived the former Hive/Jigsaw Saloon. While hard rock still dominates — it’s in Parma, after all — booking has become more eclectic. The restaurant next to the large music room offers upscale pub food to fuel a night of music listening.
This shoebox-shaped bar lures beer drinkers with hard rock, DJs and cover bands.
There’s something so Cleveland about the Winchester. Maybe it’s the way it books the familiar (’70s singer-songwriters), the reliable (veteran rockers), and the safe (acoustic duos). Its music room, hidden behind a tiny bar, is surprisingly large and comfortable.
Beneath the Lakewood Bottom's Up, Bassa Vita is soft-lit and eclectically furnished.
The crowd is necessarily mixed at the far-West territories' only gents' club but gets older as the night goes on. Rock dominates the playlist, and the dress code is casual.
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