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Hard Rock Cafe Closes As Music-Themed Group Tour Offerings Expand
By Lexi Hotchkiss, Image by Scott Sandberg
In late July of 2016, Cleveland will bid adieu to the 18-year-old Hard Rock Café located in Tower City Center Downtown. But the change doesn’t diminish the city’s bounty of rocking food options—particularly for group tours.
In fact, the change signals the Hard Rock’s commitment to growing and expanding its offerings at its newer, 200,000-square-foot Hard Rock Rocksino located in Northfield Park just 20 miles south of Downtown.
It’s at this first-of-its-kind facility where visitors and groups can experience tons of VLT gambling, a harness racing track, a concert venue, a comedy club and seven dining and bar experiences including a Hard Rock Café, a 64-item buffet and a steakhouse. Bus groups get the added bonus of five dedicated bus bays.
On top of that, Cleveland continues to expand its dozens of eateries and experiences that are perfect for groups, including:
And, for those operators interested in student group tour alternatives, be sure to check out the Music Box Supper Club located on the West Bank of the Flats. The music club, which opened in 2014, is a haven for groups looking for unique, music-themed tours.
Such is the case with their Music Box Live Performance Package in which the club arranges an intimate live performance from local talent who cover a music legend’s most known songs. Options run the gamut of Elvis Presley and The Beatles to U2 and the Dave Mathews Band. Operators simply select the artist(s) they want to hear and Music Box books the performer.
For more information on great rock star itinerary items, contact Destination Cleveland at email@example.com.