Rick's Cleveland Recommendation: A bike ride on the Towpath Trail.
Tom's Cleveland Recommendation: Stone Mad pub on W. 65th St for some libations, then run across the street to Il Rione for some amazing wood-fired pizza.
Steve's Cleveland Recommendation: Ty Fun Thai Bistro or Lucky's Cafe in Tremont.
Nick's Cleveland Recommendation: Mahall's in Lakewood is a Cleveland gem. The perfect place to go bowling, dancing, see a concert, or grab a bite to eat. Order the chicken and waffles during Sunday brunch and don't look back.
Mark’s Cleveland Recommendation: League Park. Opened in 1891 with Cy Young’s first pitch, the stadium was the home of the Cleveland Indians until 1946 and the location of many memorable events: The only unassisted triple play in a world series game, the place where Joe DiMaggio’s 56 game hitting streak was stopped and the site of Babe Ruth’s 500th home run. After decades of neglect, the ballpark was restored in 2011 and is now the home of the Baseball Heritage Museum.
Jill's Cleveland Recommendation: Dinner and drinks at Literary Tavern in Tremont! It's a cozy neighborhood spot serving amazing food and is open late. Follow this up with a beer at the local dive bar Hotz Cafe.
Jack’s Cleveland Recommendation: Sulphur Springs picnic area South Chagrin Reservation Cleveland Metroparks.
Jen’s Cleveland Recommendation: Visit the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and tell the Egyptian Fruit Bats I said hi! Afterward, head over to Edison’s Pizza for the best slice in Cleveland.
Kaitlyn's Cleveland Recommendation: Take a walk in any of the historic neighborhoods in Cleveland - Shaker, Lakewood, Tremont, etc. There's so much charming character in the city and it's a great way to spend an evening!
Kim's Cleveland Recommendation: Whiskey Island is the place to be in the summer! Bands every weekend, beautiful Lake Erie scenery and boats! Lots of boats! Small eatery as well!
Larissa's Cleveland recommendation: Brunch at Juneberry Table. Chef Karen Small is one of Cleveland's hidden treasures.
Jamie's Cleveland Recommendation: Cleveland Metropark's East 55th Street Marina—Great restaurant and relaxing views!
Jill’s Cleveland Recommendation: Check out Public Square, it’s a great spot for people-watching, special events, and kids love running through the fountain!
Travis' Cleveland Recommendation: Salt+ and Third Friday at West 78th St. Studios.
Ray's Cleveland Recommendation: Visit any of the many great parks in the area for a stress-relieving getaway. I especially recommend Headlands Beach to get that vacation feel with just a short drive.
Ben’s Cleveland Recommendation: Visit any of the institutions the surround Wade Oval in University Circle, you can’t go wrong and there’s no shortage of great restaurants in that area when you’ve had your fill of Cleveland’s cultural riches (which it serves up in ample Midwestern portions).
David’s Cleveland Recommendation: Mabel's BBQ on E 4th Street before a game and order the Clevelander
Hallie’s Cleveland Recommendation: Felice’s Happy Hour, then a restored classic film at the Cinematheque.
Kelly's Cleveland Recommendation: Visit Urban Planting if you're looking to expand your plant collection, then visit Brewdog for beer and dinner with a view!
Paul’s Cleveland Recommendation: Take an aerial tour of the city when the fall colors are at their peak. It will give you a whole new appreciation for the ‘Forest City’.
Nick’s Cleveland Recommendation: Take a ride on the tow path or a river walk at South Chagrin Metroparks. You also won't regret getting a slice of pizza at Vero in Cleveland Heights.
Seth's Cleveland Recommendation: Grab a trio of guacamoles and a trio of margaritas from Momocho in Ohio City. Grab some biscuits from Roaming Biscuit at Tyler Village. Try a new sandwich and pastry from Larder Delicatessen in Hingetown. Get caffeinated at Phoenix Coffee (multiple locations), Rising Star Coffee (multiple locations), or Six Shooter Coffee (Collinwood). And wash it all down with a donut from Brewnuts in Gordon Square.
Ted’s Cleveland Recommendation: Karaoke at Tina’s Night Club followed by a late night chili-cheese-slaw dogs at Old Fashion Hot Dog Inn (RIP Steve’s Lunch).
Chelsey's Cleveland recommendation: Weekend brunch at the Beachland Ballroom.
Brandon’s Cleveland Recommendation: Lakewood Food Scene – Roxu Fusion, Sarita a Restaurant, and Forage Public House to name a few.
John’s Cleveland Recommendation: You’ve got to spend some time at Edgewater Beach. The sun, the surf, the Cleveland skyline… and a pretty cool Bialosky-designed beach house. We’re keeping it a green city on a blue lake.
Aaron’s Cleveland Recommendation: Your best day in Cleveland starts with a run through the MetroParks and up the Fort Hill Steps for a stunning view of the Rocky River.
Jonathan's Cleveland Recommendation: Visit Rockefeller Park Greenhouse for a romantic lunch date.
Dave's Cleveland Recommendation: A Guardians game with the family.
Bruce’s Cleveland Recommendation: Edgewater Beach—on summer evenings get some ice cream from the beach house and watch the sunset from one of the porch swings under the walkway.
Mike's Cleveland Recommendation: In spring & summer you can't go wrong with a trip to the zoo either during the day, or for one of their special events (the asian lantern festival, boo at the zoo, etc). In the fall & winter head to Patterson Fruit Farm for some hot apple cider, fresh apples and sledding at Orchard Hills Park behind the farm. Finally you can't go wrong with some sweet treats from Malley's anytime of year.
Jeff's Cleveland Recommendation: The towpath trail that was fairly recently completed along the west bank of the flats offers some of the most unique perspectives of the city/bridges while providing an up-close and personal experience with the industrial processes that shaped the city. It also happens to link some great bars where you can celebrate the end of your journey.
Hritik's Cleveland Recommendation: Check out FWD Day & Night club for some EDM action throughout the summer! They always have some really exciting events planned.
Ben's Cleveland Recommendation: Grab a delicious pizza at Cent's Pizza + Goods on Lorain Ave. in Ohio City. Go during the summer and enjoy their secluded back patio.
Peggy’s Cleveland Recommendation: Foodhisattva Cafe, in Cleveland Heights, creates Asian fusion take-out: all super fresh, all from scratch, all vegan!
Andrew's Cleveland Recommendation: Have a hot drink and snack at 5 Points Coffee & Tea, nestled in the middle of the very pleasant neighborhood of Westpark. Great friendly atmosphere along with live music on the weekends.
Brian’s Cleveland Recommendation: Get outside and explore the Metroparks to find a new treasures and a deeper appreciation for nature.
Sam's Cleveland Recommendation: Breads and Beyond Bakery in Parma: the best cinnamon rolls in all of Cleveland!
Mark’s Cleveland Recommendation: Cast a fly upon Rocky River’s first ripple and hang on.
Ryan’s Cleveland Recommendation: Mitchell’s Ice Cream any time of year!
George's Cleveland Recommendation: Bar 32 at the Hilton Cleveland Hotel has some of the best lake views. Stop by for dinner or happy hour in the summer and also see an awesome sunset over the lake!
Raviraj's Cleveland Recommendation: An evening walk at Edgewater Beach and weekend at Flats.
Chris' Cleveland Recommendation: Grab a nitro cold brew coffee from Scoot! on the west side.
Paul's Cleveland Recommendation: Edisons Pizza Kitchen is a unique experience with delicious food.
Ethan's Cleveland Recommendation: Eat your way through Asiatown making sure to stop as Superior Pho, and catch a concert at the iconic Agora Theater.
Richard's Cleveland Recommendation: Check out the nationally ranked (#2), Cleveland Museum of, Art on Wednesday evening for a meditative experience. Follow it up with an authentically French l'aperitif at L'abatros just a few steps away.
Christy’s Cleveland Recommendation: Traveling a bit south of Cleveland is worth it for this perfect summer night meal: a burger at Swenson’s drive-in and delicious homemade ice cream at Handel’s - chocolate peanut butter ripple is the best!
Paul’s Cleveland Recommendation: Lakeview Cemetery in the spring. It is as much an arboretum, park, horticultural garden, and sanctuary as it is a cemetery.
Sandy's Cleveland Recommendation: When people think about fantastic hotel design, their mind probably doesn’t jump to Cleveland, but the Arcade is considered to be one of the best hotel lobbies in the world. Take a stroll and enjoy this gem!
Tracy’s Cleveland Recommendation: Check out a Guardians game at Progressive Field on a fireworks night (although I still refer to it as “The Jake”). Get downtown early and walk around East 4th Street and Gateway Plaza to get in the spirit. If you ever get the opportunity, don’t miss a chance to see the game from a dugout suite – it’s a unique experience, and you get to heckle the other team!
Kate's Cleveland Recommendation: Enjoy a bike ride on the Towpath Trail and stop at the Boston Mills Visitor Center for a picnic lunch.
Emily's Cleveland Recommendation: Explore Cleveland's local art scene at Third Fridays at 78th Street Studios and then head over to Edgewater Park to watch the sun set over the lake!
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