If you like real dance music and don't feel that the younger generation's clubs have much for you, try Gett-Huh, which strives to recreate the vibe of Isis and Exedra.
Mirrors ring this vast club, amplifying the dim lighting and multiplying images from a set of big-screen plasma TVs. Not in the mood to dance? Grab a seat on a couch and ask for the wine list.
At Club Mapletree, the dance floor is packed weekends. Other nights, smaller crowds soak up jazz and blues at candlelit table tops.
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.
This teen-friendly dance club -- pronounced “Vegas,” thank you -- describes itself as “off the hook." That means a big, bright Parma nightspot full of up-to-the-minute dance music, big video screens, and blitzing lights.
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.
This Akron video bar has 12 TVs and two big screens. Upstairs, at Daddy's, leather is the norm. Outside, table service is available on the smoker-friendly patio.
This quiet little lounge's back room has pool tables and foosball, and it occasionally gets loud, hosting live classic rock.
Under new ownership, the Cork and Bottle is still a fun place to catch Big Ten games. Free wi-fi. Night owls and early risers catch breakfast at 5:30 a.m.
Only in Cleveland could you find a functional bowling alley that doubles as an upscale restaurant and martini-friendly bar.
The Corner Bar's regulars know the front door is in the back. They also know that the home-cooked food here is good fuel for the modest dance floor.
Formerly Chevrolet Centre
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