This venerable blues clubs draws a mixed crowd of blues aficionados whose other interests include alternative lifestyles.
Located in Akron's Merriman Valley, this expansive sports bar has five nine-foot pool tables, a dartboard, a friendly atmosphere and an equally sizable outdoor deck.
The flashing neon sign outside hints at <\\#213>50s retro, and Micheli's delivers. The booths in the red, red lounge are snug, like the rest of the bar.
This downtown Akron club books bands that never would have found the Rubber City a few years ago — say, Dinosaur Jr. and the Drive-By Truckers. Between the touring acts, original locals take the stage.
The emo-punk haven formerly known as the Orange Street still has all the familiar faces, in addition to a new liquor license.
There’s no shortage of history in this venerable Akron bar — and plenty of classic rock and blues performers too.
This ritzy martini lounge is decorated with dark wood, and specializes in elaborate drinks and finer wine.
Located in a renovated old brick rowhouse building, this upscale venue features an extensive selection of wines, martinis, and beers, along with live music most nights from some of the areaâ€™s top jazz, bluegrass, and folk acts, traditional Irish music, and singer-songwriters.
R/E is now a book-it-yourself rock club; each BYOC (Bring Your Own Crowd) night varies according to the acts playing, but odds are you'll encounter a hard rock or metal band. Or three.
Formerly the Akron Scorcher's and the Tap House, the sport-and-rock-themed Ripper Owens' Tap House now has the former Judas Priest singer as a partner. When he's not on the road, he makes appearances.
If the complimentary wi-fi connection isn't enough to keep you busy on the rare nights that the Riverfront Coffee Mill doesn't host a live act, the coffeehouse also offers an impressive selection of board games. Yahtzee, anyone?
The tiny bar formerly known as Benny's now has two-dozen bar stools and has a classy lounge vibe.
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