The new crowd at Coyote Ugly is extremely diverse, and weekends are even more lesbian-friendly
In the center of Downtown Cleveland's nightlife, the upscale-casual is a relaxed spot for sharply-dressed diners to enjoy microbrews, thick steaks, and live jazz on weekends.
The former Longevity is now Club Argos, Cleveland's only alternative sports bar. And "alternative" doesn't mean it's for Steelers fans.
Housed in the former Aqua nightclub, Mega is the nighttime place to be for Cleveland's Hispanic community. It's bright and airy, with an L-shaped strike-a-pose area on the second floor that overlooks a glossy dance floor. Weekend DJs spin the latest salsa.
As rugged as XO's distinctive stainless-steel motif is the local underground hip-hop performed there. On weekends, the mics are open for poetry slams and MC battles.
The former Rockies is now Cocktails Cleveland.
Only in Cleveland could you find a functional bowling alley that doubles as an upscale restaurant and martini-friendly bar.
In the far corner of Brookpark Road, this blue-collar gents' club has rock and roll on the menu. Dress code is casual, but not too casual. Admission 18 and over.
This Warehouse District fave has something for everyone: Sports fans soak in the glow of the big-screen TVs. Music lovers shake to DJs spinning the freshest cuts. And the rest of us just drown in the tasty cocktails and 40-plus beers on tap.
Formerly Metropolis and Auru, this downtown dance club still has a boomin' sound system
The former Mercury Lounge has been revived with a new name and a comfortingly similar vibe. Open 9 p.m.-2:30 a.m. Thu-Sun.
The candlelit bar hosts rotating local art and a steady stream of DJs, who cater to crowd with a high concentration of artists, musicians, and food-service-industry workers. A walled-in patio has a great view of the moon and stars.
Formerly Set and Tramp, this downtown hot spot is now Fortress
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