Pastry shop (including vegan desserts) and coffee house.
Touch’s DJs spin the freshest cuts in town. They’ll also play stuff you’ve heard, but the DJs here pride themselves on the funk, soul, indie rock, and dance remixes that never hit the Top 40.
Brightly lit and cheerfully decorated, this attractive, counter-service lunch spot inserts an uplifting exclamation point into the dreary tedium of the typical workday. As for the eats, the taste-bud-tickling assortment of gourmet salads, fragrant soups, sandwiches, pizzas and daily specials contains dishes both upscale and homey. And Wednesday is gourmet-grilled-meatloaf day. Nuff said.
A welcome alternative to fast-food lunches, this funky downtown noodle house and juice bar combines fresh flavors and speedy counter service with a casual college-town vibe, for a dining "experience" as unique as it is inexpensive. That's probably why the lines are sometimes out the door. Go, and feel good.
Take one part cowboy bar, one part nightclub, add a booze staple from south of the border, and one mechanical bull. Mix, and you’ve got a night at the Ranch. Its endearing identity crisis draws a wide pool of customers — from Stetson-sporters to club ravers.
Cleveland's oldest skyscraper provides a noble view from its 42nd-floor observatory. Peer over Lake Erie or to the boundaries of the Western Reserve territory to the east. The tower was completed in 1930 and rises 52 stories.
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