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
Staffed with a small army of dancers, the East Side Crazy Horse doesn't let visitors stay lonely for long. DJs randomly rotate rock, rap and techno. Dress code is business-casual, 21 and over.
In the far corner of Brookpark Road, this blue-collar gents' club has rock and roll on the menu. Dress code is casual, but not too casual. Admission 18 and over.
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