A venerable Berea beer joint in the middle of a residential neighborhood. Karaoke is the Eastland's top draw during the week, and blues musicians often take over on the weekends.
The Electric Café Co. displays original local art on an 80-foot-long wall, creating an upscale bohemian setting for live music.
This legendary Cleveland club is back, with new owners, a fresh coat of paint and a respectable kitchen. The stage is now opposite the bar, the stairs are still steep and the hardwood floors remain.
A man’s man’s daiquiri bar, Fat Tuesday has Golden Tee, a big-screen TV, pool tables, a jukebox full of gravel, and colorful, slushy frozen drinks that pack a punch.
This swanky rock lounge is decorated in splashes of red: plush couches and velvety armchairs.
The plush seats and rounded bar are vintage, and so are many of the grandfatherly types who tip brews here. The tattooed punks who gather for the live, loud, local bands on weekends bridge the generation gap, and so do the classic rock jukebox and the DJs who spin on other nights.
Formerly Set and Tramp, this downtown hot spot is now Fortress
The decades go by, and this narrow little room changes its name and its decor and keeps plugging away. Once Hennesseyâ€™s, the Blind Lemon, the Hi-Fi, the Breakfast Club, and even, briefly, a gastropub, itâ€™s back in business offering straight-up rock and metal.
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