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.
This unique-titled eatery is a great option for a New American breakfast or brunch. Several unique dishes are offered here including Biscuits & Gravy, Breakfast on a Biscuit, Hanky Panky (chorizo) and much more. If you wish to relish a perennial favourite, pick a dish from the ‘Rooster Favorites’ section. Delights on the menu are quite reasonably priced so you can nosh on them to your heart’s content.
L'Albotros Brasserie & Bar is a primarily French restaurant, though it does include a few pizzas. The name, French for albatross, may recall high school English class and ancient mariners, but instead comes from chef Zack Bruell's golfing hobby: an "albatross" is a rare three-under-par hole. The traditional French fare includes Pork Two Ways, the Croque Monsieur, and of course, Escargot. Vegetarian options include several salads as well as a daily pasta dish and Root Vegetable Cassoulet. L'Albotros also includes a changing daily special, such as Oxtail Ravioli on Tuesday and Beef Bourguignon on Saturday.
Slyman's Restaurant is known for one thing: its corned beef sandwiches. Those sandwiches have been eaten by a sitting President, sung about by pop stars Bare Naked Ladies, featured by Rachel Ray, and won dozens of awards. Although the Corned Beef and Reuben sandwiches are the most famous, Slyman's also offers several other deli options, like Tuna Melts, Pastrami sandwiches, and Cheeseburgers. Slyman's also opens early for breakfast, much of which also has the famous corned beef, such as a Corned Beef Omlette, or alternately, French Toast or Egg Sandwiches. After breakfast, however, Slyman’s is not recommended for vegetarians.
Honey Hut opened its doors in 1974 and has since been a favorite for desserts. Their ice-creams are applauded across Northeast Ohio, with several outlets making a mark. This family business uses Cleveland-based produce to create unique flavors like Toasted Coconut, Chocolate Caramel, Peanut Butter and Blackberry. Do stop by for a refreshing delight.
The chefs at Tomori’s Pizza & Subs believe in unpretentious dining where familiar ingredients and recipes are used instead of exotic culinary methods, in order to whip up scrumptious pizzas and subs. If you are confused about what to order, definitely try the Tomori's Sub once you are here. It comes with sopressata and Columbus peppered salami, prosciutto, Swiss cheese, red onions, tomatoes, arugula and truffle oil. If you have been craving pizza, then All American should be your choice. Prepared with bacon, homemade sausage, pepperoni and extra shredded parmesan, provolone and mozzarella cheese, the pizza is filled with meaty goodness. They also serves a variety of pastas. Don’t fret if you don’t have time to eat here, you can always call for a takeaway or home delivery.