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Monday, November 11, 2019

Snow Day Bar Crawl Returns to the Flats This Weekend

Posted By on Mon, Nov 11, 2019 at 2:26 PM

  • Photo by Emanuel Wallace
Clevelanders hardly need an excuse to drink, but just in case you do, the Snow Day Bar Crawl is coming back to the Flats East Bank this weekend.

The event, which encourages its 21-and-over-only participants to dress up in the best vintage ski/snowboarding gear possible, is held in celebration of the opening day at Breckenridge ski resort in Colorado and also Breckenridge Brewery.

Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 the day of the event, and include drink specials, light appetizers and potential prizes. All participants should meet up at the Ernst and Young Lobby anytime between noon and 12:45 p.m. You'll be assigned a team captain and directions to head out to a specific bar and get underway on the bar crawl.

Participating bars include:
Alley Cat Oyster Bar
Backyard Bocce Flats
Beerhead Bar & Eatery Cleveland Flats
The Big Bang Cleveland
Bold Food & Drink
Dante's Inferno Flats
Magnolia Cleveland
Margaritaville, Cleveland
Punch Bowl Social
Thirsty Dog East Bank
True Cocktails · Bites
Truman's 216
Wxyz At Aloft Hotel

Find out more information about the Scene event at

Check out photos from past events right here.

The Northeast Ohio area ski resorts Boston Mills, Brandywine and Alpine Valley are not yet open.

Volunteer to be a team leader, and get your first beer for free, by emailing

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