Wienerschnitzel and a stein of beer, anyone? That's exactly what you'll get at Cleveland's very own German themed restaurant located on Lorain Ave.
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Bowling has never been cooler especially when it marks the entrance to East 4th Street. The Corner Alley has a legit menu coupled with a high energy bowling atmosphere. Pretty perfect date night spot.
So authentic you might think you're in Paris instead of in Ohio City. Quite frankly, the food is better than most bistros in Paris.
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This hybrid themed record store/ coffee shop is the most inventive environment to sip your java. Located upstairs, the record store offers listening stations and endless varieties of vinyl. The coffee is excellent, too.
How cool is it to stare out at a WWII airplane while dining? Even better is having a window seat to watch the planes take off and land at Cleveland-Hopkins Airport. That is exactly what to expect at the dining and private party landmark the 100th Bomber Group Restaurant.
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When you think fish, a lighthouse should come to mind. Enter Don's Lighthouse. Located right off the shore way on the border of Cleveland and Lakewood, this aquatic-inspired restaurant is housed in a former lighthouse.
Anyone who has experienced New Orleans will tell you that Cleveland's Jezebels Bayou is just like eating on Bourbon Street. The Big Easy vibe is only matched by the jambalaya.
Located on East 55th Street in Cleveland, this Slovenian themed complex is the ultimate beer garden experience in Northeast Ohio. Live music and dancing, and Slovenian delights make this a must try.
The Pub in Beachwood is so well themed it could be placed on any corner in London. Grab some fish and chips from this British beauty.
This Colombian themed café is straight out of Bogata. Street food classics lend well to the industrial décor of this Lakewood hot spot.