When you are low on cash, but still want to experience great entertainment, look no further than The Happy Dog. When you visit this venue, you'll notice that it's a small space and has an unpretentious atmosphere. The Happy Dog hosts excellent live music performances, serves delicious hot dogs, and attracts an extremely eclectic crowd. Their drinks menu is quite impressive as well and serves a slew of crafty cocktails, chilled beers, and potent libations.
Midwestern foodies often mourn the lack of variation in restaurant menus with the change of seasons. They won't be disappointed at Chef Rocco Whalen's Fahrenheit, which has a seasonal menu that incorporates the best meat, fruits, veggies and spices available each season. Patrons are assured of fresh and sumptuous fare. Pizzas, pasta, salads, steak and seafood form the staple menu. The martini bar at Fahrenheit is refreshingly innovative. Private dining space for a party of fifty can be arranged.
Nano Brew is a popular brewpub among locals and visitors in Cleveland. It offers over 24 craft beers, including their award-winning in-house brew as well as those from regional breweries. Enjoy a chilled draft indoors or out in their lovely beer garden. While you're here, you can also enjoy delicious schnitzels, sandwiches, burgers, salads and fries.
Hidden away in Ohio City, Touch Supper Club offers both an upscale dining experience and a dance club. One section of the restaurant is for dining and another for dancing. The entertainment usually features DJs spinning a variety of music from salsa to '80s, to indie and alternative. The menu is upscale American, generally simple in concept but with unique touches. Touch also offers staples like a Touch Burger with secret sauce, or mac and cheese with fancy cheese, ham, and peas. Vegetarian options include a vegan roots dish or mushroom pizza.
Hilarities 4th Street Theatres hosts several weekly shows and comedy nights by the nation's best stand-up comedians and improv troupes. The 425 comfortable seats and mezzanine balcony with eight individual boxes ensure a delightful experience. Between chuckles, you can snack on tasty dishes like hand-tossed pizzas, rotisserie chicken, steaks, salads, and more. The drinks menu includes exciting options like martinis and champagne.
Momocho advertises itself as a “creative, modern Mexican” restaurant. The décor is dark and warm, with candles on all of the tables and paintings of Mexican wrestlers adorning the walls. The menu is equally playful: there are several different kinds of guacamole, from traditional to goat cheese, blue cheese, or even smoked trout guacamole. There are also several styles of taquitos, such as machaca with coffee and braised beef, or tinga with spice grilled chicken. Customers also relish the option to create their own taquito. Entrees include avocado leaf crusted tuna or mushroom quesadillas. Momocho also has a daily happy hour.
Buca di Beppo – Strongsville is a chain of the Buca Di Beppo restaurants, known for their home style delicious Italian fare served in family portions. The restaurant is separated into many rooms and every room is covered with numerous photos of well known Italians and Italian family portraits, making it even more welcoming with its trinkets and vibrant colors. You will feel you have entered into the classic era with Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra crroning in the background. You will see the menu posted on painted signs in every room which includes 20 entrees, ten pizzas, several salads and sides. The hearty food has mostly red sauces and you can choose from any of these pastas like gnocchi, ravioli, spaghetti, linguine, penne, fettuccine and tortellini. Their full bar serves beer, cocktails and Italian wines. And in desserts, their dolce platter has four delectable sweets for sharing. Buca is all about sharing and caring.
Situated in a historic mansion, Don's Pomeroy House is a beautiful restaurant located in Strongsville. Boasting a pub and patio it is very popular among locals as well tourists. From good old steaks, to mouth-watering schnitzels, to beef ribs, there is no lack of variety here. The salads are delicious and worth a try. The separate dessert menu will cheer those with a sweet tooth. The chocolate mousse, cheesecake, ice cream crepe are simply divine. Moreover, the dining experience in an antique house is hard to come by. So, don't miss a chance to eat in this historic house. If not for the food, then do visit it for its historic significance! Check the website for more details. The restaurant has different hours for the pub and patio, so please call ahead.