Attendees To-Do List

June 23, 2015
Attendees To-Do List

After the meeting, be sure to visit each of these Cleveland landmarks

Chris Crowell

In the mood for award-winning food and musical theater? How about rock ‘n' roll and craft beer? Either way, Cleveland's got you covered.

Rock On

From Les Paul's favorite guitar to Mick Jagger's most outrageous outfits, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum packs musical artifacts and rare concert footage throughout seven exhibit floors and four theaters.

Local Brews

Have a pint at one of five different breweries located in Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood - from regional standout Great Lakes Brewing Co. to the small experimental batches of Nano Brew Cleveland or Platform Beer Co.

The Classics

In University Circle, be sure to see the more than 40,000 artifacts at the Cleveland Museum of Art, fresh off a multimillion-dollar renovation, and Severance Hall, which is home to the world-famous Cleveland Orchestra.

Glitz and Glamour

PlayhouseSquare is the largest performing arts district in the country outside of New York City, including 10 stages, five full-size theaters, and plenty of surrounding spots to eat, drink, and mingle before a show. The district is tied together by the must-see, world's largest outdoor GE Chandelier.

Famous Eats

Iron Chef Michael Symon's Lola and Lolita are known for inventive, modern Midwest menus. James Beard Award Finalist Jonathan Sawyer's The Greenhouse Tavern is dedicated to sustainability and local ingredients, and the area's best new chef, Chris Hodgson, brings an upscale, playful style to Hodge's.

Game Time

Four sporting venues downtown are home to six professional and amateur teams. Experience the excitement of a Sunday Browns tailgate outside of FirstEnergy Stadium, have a few dollar dogs with stadium mustard at Progressive Field, or be witness to Ohio's favorite son, LeBron James, at Quicken Loans Arena.

Nightlife

East 4th Street has almost everything: a comedy club, concert venue, bowling alley, over a dozen restaurants/bars, and easy access to the Horseshoe Casino Cleveland. The Warehouse District on West 6th Street offers its own lively mix of bars, dining, and dance clubs.

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