Facial coverings are required throughout Ohio. Please check with establishments for hours or more information. Travel advisory in effect. Learn More
Cleveland Welcomes the 2021 NFL Draft.
April 29th - May 1st, 2021
In Cleveland, we’ve got world-class experiences without the world-class ego. And for that, you’re welcome.
Here in Cleveland, we’ve got beef cheek in our pierogi, truffles on our hot dogs and beer in our donuts. Balance.
Whether you’re into the thread count of your linens or just a place to crash for the night, we’ve got a hotel room with your name all over it.
You know those places only the locals know? Let our experts help you find them with free maps, itineraries and insider tips.
History hasn't always been easy on us. But pressure can create diamonds. Come check out our gems.
From independently owned music venues to a homegrown arts scene, Cleveland's a hotbed for all things indie. Come check out the locally owned and locally loved.
Image by Cody York
Breakfast: From the simple biscuits and sausage gravy to the quirky pumpkin pancakes, the menu at Grumpy's Café is as colorful and exciting as the ever-changing local artwork on the wall.
Morning: Explore independent art vignettes at the 78th Street Studios, a historic space chock full of more than 40 working artists, makers and other creative businesses. Best time to visit? During the wildly popular Third Thursday evening open houses.
Next, go Downtown to get some retail therapy at the CLE Clothing Company, where you can buy trendy Cleveland-themed apparel, unique housewares and cool artwork.
Lunch: East 4th Street recently got a whole lot tastier thanks to its newest edition, Mabel's BBQ. Owned by Cleveland chef Michael Symon, Mabel's specializes in it's very own "Cleveland style" of barbeque.
Afternoon: The quickly emerging Asiatown neighborhood boasts authentic restaurants and eateries like Koko Bakery and Superior Pho, as well as unique shops inside Asia Plaza.
Late Afternoon: Schedule a tour at the independently owned Gotta Groove Records, one of very few vinyl record pressing plants in the country.
Dinner: Citizen Pie, which specializes in wood-fired Neapolitan pizza pies and calzones. Get the "Collinwood Supreme," loaded with salami, Italian sausage, and green chilies, or a white ‘za with pesto or pistachio cream.
Evening: If edgy is your thing, make your way to the Waterloo Arts District to check out vinyl record store Blue Arrow Records.
Late Night: From pop rock to rock-a-billy and everything in between, the Beachland Ballroom is a mainstay of indie music in Cleveland.
Breakfast: The coffee craze has moved beyond talls and ventis thanks to establishments like Rising Star Coffee, which offers discerning customers free trade coffee grown in sustainable ways.
Morning: Enter the West Side Market, a food lover's paradise, with its maze of vendors and family-owned stalls selling everything from fresh meat and vegetables to baked goods and fresh flowers.
Then, examine contemporary art from around the world that now finds a home in the Transformer Station, a historic substation that is an anchor destination in the rapidly evolving Hingetown district.
Lunch: A hot dog piled high with 50 gourmet toppings (or, not-so-gourmet, like Froot Loops) of your choosing, a delicious beer and live performances - that's Happy Dog.
Afternoon: Experience Lake Erie on paddleboard or kayak with a rental from the independently owned 41° North Coastal Kayak Adventures.
Dinner: Prosperity Social Club is a retro Americana hangout that offers an extensive beer list and menu, an old-school bowling machine, a well-loved jukebox and live music throughout the week.
Evening: Enter the Capitol Theatre with its 1920s vibe, pick a movie, order a beer or glass of wine and enjoy flicks ranging from blockbuster to independent.
Everyone needs a little hand-holding sometimes. When it comes to exploring Cleveland, we've got you. Find your way around town and create your own experiences with Destination Cleveland's app.
50+ art studios and galleries host exhibits during THIRD FRIDAYS from 5-8 pm for the 'Best Arts Event' in Cleveland. Currently, a ticketed event so that we are able to manage capacity.
Iconic, historic movie theatre. Three screens with digital AV. Showing first run and independent movies. Main auditorium seats 422, upper theatres seat 90 each.
Local T-shirt company spreading Cleveland Pride one T-shirt at a time! Find unique Cleveland T-shirts and gifts on our website or at our flagship store on the corner of E. 4th Street and Euclid.
A long standing family owned restaurant serving fresh Cleveland Feel-Good Food to locals & travelers alike. Located in the heart of Tremont, 2 minutes from major highways. A perfect place for a quick...
Shop by appointment, in our Midtown studio,for unique hand crafted Art Glass Jewelry. Schedule a safe distanced, masked party for 5-9 guests to make your own necklaces or suncatchers, Call...
1938 Tavern - a true Cleveland experience. Eclectic clientele with an unpretentious vibe. Upscale bar food, late-night dining, live music, patio, jukebox, bowling machine, comfortable atmosphere.
A historic firehouse is the setting for our flagship store. Passionate baristas sling the highest quality beverages in a funky, comfortable spot. Try a Cardamom Bomb or sit back and watch the theater...
Cleveland's gourmet hot dog emporium, with 50 house-made toppings for their all beef hot dogs, vegan sausages, french fries & tater tots. A truly authentic Cleveland neighborhood corner bar, serving...
Combining a landmark historical building with a contemporary minimalist addition, the Transformer Station is a new anchor destination in Cleveland's rapidly evolving Ohio City neighborhood. The...
Nationally acclaimed concert club, Beachland's the real Cleveland experience with two venues (tavern and ballroom) in a former Croatian social hall, great beer selection and awesome jukebox.
41° North was an idea that was born on the water. Friends and paddlers, Jason Bristol and Mark Pecot, were dismayed by the lack of high quality sea kayak instruction in northern Ohio. Living on a...