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Monday, January 13, 2014

12 of the Most Walkable Neighborhoods in Cleveland

Posted By on Mon, Jan 13, 2014 at 10:20 AM

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9. Shaker Square/Larchmere

Shaker Square is a quaint town square with unusual wares and an old fashioned feel. Stroll through the shops on Larchmere Boulevard, located one block north of Shaker Square. See what you can find at Loganberry Books, or find one-of-a-kind items at The Dancing Sheep. The fine dining scene is quite developed here, with options including Bon Vivant and Jezebel’s Bayou. There’s also Fire: food and Drink and SASA in Shaker Square.

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10. St. Clair/Superior

St. Clair/Superior is an up and coming arts and culture mecca. All kinds of creative businesses, like Zygote Press and Media Design Imaging, call this neighborhood home. There are lots of galleries and unique shops, like Yates Apothecary, where you can learn how to blend your own perfume, and Collective Upcycle. You won’t find better Asian food in Cleveland, so head over here for amazing dim sum or pho.

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11. Warehouse District

The Warehouse District houses a vibrant, bustling nightlife scene. There are tons of bars and restaurants, like Barley House, Mallorca and Blue Point Grille. The clubs are always fun, and they’re all close enough to bar hop easily. Check out Anatomy, Dive Bar and Velvet Dog.

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12. The Flats
The Flats are Cleveland’s premier waterfront destination. With clubs and restaurants just minutes from sports and entertainment venues, it’s the perfect place to enjoy Cleveland, with a view. Check out  Lago Restaurant and Wine Bar, Willeyville and WXYZ Bar.

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Lace up your walking shoes and get exploring, Cleveland! 

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