The emo-punk haven formerly known as the Orange Street still has all the familiar faces, in addition to a new liquor license.
Weekends, the Mardi Gras Lounge and Grill returns to its roots, serving up live jazz and blues. The Bourbon Street beats make a great go-with for the club's spicy Creole cooking.
Located on the West Bank of the Flats, the expansive McCarthy's Dowtown is, as you might expect, very green. Danceable bands and DJs entertain during the weekends; during the week, plasma screens assume that duty.
An Irish pub, home of the Irish toast.
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.
When games aren't on -- and they're usually on -- the kitchen and a DJ spinning diverse tunes draw a crowd that's, on average, closer to 30 than 20.
Part of a three-club complex (along with the staid Man's World in the back and leather-only Crossover in the basement), the woodsy Shed is home base for Cleveland's only gay country line-dance group. On Sundays, the evening starts with dance lessons for beginners.
Mike McGinty and his sons have paid tribute to their ancestral homeland, a sparsely populated island off Ireland's northwestern coast. The pub's raised corner stage, complete with a gas fireplace, is a welcoming spot for the acoustic musicians who perform there weekly.
Formerly the Matinee Cleveland, Mr. Cranky's is still a no-frills, no-attitude indie rock bar
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