Back in the mid-19th century, this neighborhood donned warehouses for hardware, marine and garment businesses, as well as offices for the then-mighty iron, coal, railroad and shipping industries. Nowadays, many of the Victorian-era buildings may look the same on the outside, but are filled with steak eaters, wine drinkers, club crowds and loft dwellers.
3 Must-Do Things
- In town for an Ohio State Game (or any game for that matter)? Make way for the Dive Bar, the official bar of the Young Buckeyes of Cleveland and a short walk from FirstEnergy Stadium. Of course it's a great bar to catch a game, but it's also a pretty sweet place to party any night of the week — especially if you don't mind the DJ interspersing his sets with the OSU fight song.
- With a large menu, an extensive wine list and a phenomenal dining atmosphere, Blue Point Grille is one of Cleveland's favorite seafood restaurants.
- Spend the evening drinking and dancing at one of Cleveland's favorite hotspots, Barley House. This is also THE place to catch Browns games, when you couldn't score a ticket to the big game.