Arts & Entertainment: Music Venues
The former Longevity is now Club Argos, Cleveland's only alternative sports bar. And "alternative" doesn't mean it's for Steelers fans.
Valhalla for wing nuts, with burgers, malts and lots of car-bohydrates to rev about. The sauces range from sweet to “Atomic,” and the rib buzz will linger late into the night. As for the décor: picture the Hard Rock Café with NASCAR art instead of music memorabilia. Nice outdoor patio bar. Theme fun for the family or your pit crew.
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.
The regulars at Divot's love their karaoke, pool, and darts, not to mention the stone fireplace. This sports bar adjoins Mr. Divot's Sports Park, which features a driving range and batting cages.
A chummy crowd live out their karaoke dreams at this warm neighborhood eatery with two floors and an overlooking balcony
The former Cabaret Dada comedy troupe is now Something Dada, with a new cabaret in the Tower Press Building.
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.
From loose-tie suits to no-collar types, off-duty West Siders begin filtering into this neighborhood sports bar during happy hour.
From its large pool room to its bar/dining area ringed with 11 big-screen TVs, Jillian's piques but doesn't assault the senses. The adjacent Groove Shack is decorated with Blue Note album art and painted midnight blue.
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