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Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Here Are the 73 Cleveland Bars and Restaurants Approved to Stay Open Until 4 a.m. During MLB All Star Week

Posted By on Tue, Jun 11, 2019 at 1:28 PM

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The city of Cleveland today released the final list of 73 approved bars and restaurants that can stay open until 4 a.m. during MLB All Star week (July 5 through July 10). The "major event" special exemption for liquor permits is thanks to an Ohio bill passed before the RNC allowing cityies to extend last call during big ole to-dos.

Find the 73 options pasted below or in the city's super helpful PDF. (Note: There was only one application rejected — The District Restaurant and Hybrid Lounge at 2222 St. Clair.)

House of Blues Cleveland
Clevelander Bar and Grille
Lago Flats
Harry Buffalo East 4th
Townhall
Barley House
Rebol
Chocolate Bar 9
Tenk Building
Flannery's Pub
Mabel's BBQ
Lola Bistro
Crazy Horse East 13th St.
Parnells At Playhouse
Nano Brew
Bier Markt/Bar Cento
Market Garden Brewery
One in same Permit \
Wild Eagle Saloon
Metropolitan at the 9
Jack Cleveland Casino
Larry Flynt's Hustler Club
Renaissance Cleveland
Treehouse
City Tap Cleveland
Whistle & Keg
Wonder Bar
Aloft Cleveland Downtown
Corner Alley
Marriott Hotel
Beerhead Bar and Eatery
Ritz Carlton Hotel
Cleveland Crowne Plaza
Doubletree By Hilton
Hilton Cleveland Downtown
Red the Steakhouse
Diamond Club
Rumor Bar and Lounge
Greenhouse Tavern
Nick's Sports Corner
AJ Rocco
Westin Cleveland Downtown & Patio
The Nauti Mermaid
Moriaritys Pub
Wilberts
Mac's Sports Grill
Velvet Dog
ABC Tavern
XYZ Tavern
Ontario Street Cafe
Rebar
Gateway Bar & Grill
Hyatt Regency Cleveland
Victory Alley
Christie's Cabaret
Johnny's Downtown
Panini's Gateway
Winking Lizard of Gateway
Liquid
Brickstone
Magnolia
FWD Flats
Hilarities Comedy Club
Park Social Lounge




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