Wilbert’s mixes local acts with touring artists trying to get a toehold in town. Blues, rock, folk, indie, reggae, and jam bands all mingle here, so you’re never quite sure what you’ll hear.
Billed as "Lake County's First Brewery Since Prohibition," this former rail-car repair depot boasts a fine raspberry brew and regular gigs by Cleveland blues and swing luminaries.
Don't let the "wine bar" designation fool you: This second-floor boîte in the First and Main shopping district (above Solaire spa) is really a small but elegantly appointed restaurant, serving a generally well-executed menu of contemporary French and Mediterranean cuisine.
Early birds find some of the freshest meats, fruits, and vegetables around here. But that doesn't mean you'll miss out much at all, if you come later in the day. You'll still find plenty of exactly what you're looking for at this Ohio City landmark. The Market can easily be your only source of food shopping, with vendors selling everything from deli cuts to fresh meats, seafood and poultry, fruits and vegetables of all varieties, terrific baked goods, dairy, spices, and specialty ethnic items. If you get hungry, dozens of vendors serve prepared meals ranging from hot dogs to falafel to pierogi. Some vendors accept credit cards and checks, and cash is accepted market-wide.
There’s something so Cleveland about the Winchester. Maybe it’s the way it books the familiar (’70s singer-songwriters), the reliable (veteran rockers), and the safe (acoustic duos). Its music room, hidden behind a tiny bar, is surprisingly large and comfortable.
One of several Lizards roaming Northeast Ohio, the Peninsula link in this homegrown chain of casual sports bars is our favorite, especially for the building's pre-reptilian history as a small-town roadhouse and 1950s-style nightclub. Besides the ambiance of slightly faded glory, we also enjoy the casual menu of reliably prepared foods, which include great wings, good burgers and hearty, well-dressed salads.
This mellow East Fourth St. bar packs no shortage of different styles on its stage — everything from reggae and blues to jazz and R&B. On weekends, DJs take over for the late shift.
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