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.
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Trust us, we all know what everyone is thinking: after four straight NBA Finals appearances, cashing in the big one in 2016 and the departure of LBJ, the Cavs have a tough road ahead.
But, if you're a true Cleveland sports fan with that uniquely high level of sports optimism, you can't help but to ask, "What if?"
What if Kevin Love, a five-time All Star who recently signed a 4-year extension to stay in Cleveland, reverts to his early career form as the main option on a young team and leads them back to the Eastern Conference Playoffs?
What if Collin Sexton, the Cavs' shiny new first round draft pick, begins his professional career by playing the same way he did at Alabama: putting his entire team on his back and showing the league why he's an early favorite to win Rookie of the Year?
What if Cedi Osman, who trained this summer with fellow wings LeBron, Kevin Durant and Kawhi Leonard, validates Jeff Van Gundy's rabid fanboying by making the leap to become the versatile swingman that Euro scouts say he could be?
What if hometown favorite Larry Nance, Jr., Jordan Clarkson, Rodney Hood and the rest of the young, hungry talent on this roster goes out every night to run and gun and put their own stamp on this team, bringing in a new era of fun and exciting Cavs basketball?
What if Channing Frye convinces Richard Jefferson to move back and get an apartment with him downtown and film a reality series called "The #Squad Couple?"
What if J.R. Smith loses the green light to shoot? Yeah, right.
You think this city made Quicken Loans Arena crazy before? We love it when people count us out. We may have notched ourselves a championship, but when it's "Cleveland against the world" everything goes to another level.
After you feel the heat from the flame-throwing Humongotron, make sure to take a stroll on the concourse for one of the many unique dining and drinking experiences at The Q.
Nationally renowned chef Michael Symon's B-Spot and Bar Symon offer gourmet burgers, brats, sandwiches and more. If that weren't enough, Cleveland culinary stars Rocco Whalen and Jonathon Sawyer are on board with Rocco's at The Q and See Saw Pretzel Shoppe, respectively. Launch Test Kitchen even features a rotating menu from local up-and-coming chefs.
Thirsty? Sample one of the many craft beers, cocktails or wines offered at places like Jack Daniels' Bar, Twist N Stout and The Wine Bar, just to name a few.
Without a doubt, there are a lot of questions about the Cleveland Cavaliers this season. But the only place to find the answers is at Quicken Loans Arena where you can experience it all first-hand.
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