Neighborhoods of CLE

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DOWNTOWN CLEVELAND is home of Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Museum and is the most walkable neighborhood in Northeast Ohio. There are more than 100 restaurants and cafes, three pro sports arenas and entertainment attractions in Downtown Cleveland. From great theatre performances at PlayhouseSquare, unique shops and restaurants around East 4th Street and the revitalization of Public Square and The Flats, you will not miss a beat once you visit this district. View attractions at
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OHIO CITY is the urban oasis for foodies and fans of craft beer. The city’s yellow-bricked West Side Market has been home to haggle-friendly meat, seafood, and veggie vendors for more than 100 years, but it’s Ohio City’s Victorian-era homes, boutique eateries, and famous craft brewers (like Great Lakes Brewing Co.) that have made it one of the city’s symbols for urban renewal. But its coolest locale might be the entrepreneurial and arty district of Hingetown, which “hinges” Market District and Gordon Square Arts District into Ohio City. View attractions at

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TREMONT is one of Cleveland’s oldest communities, and for all we know, might just be stuck in time. Just look at those old cottages, bygone neighborhood bars, beautiful churches, and cordial local characters. Look closer and notice those come-as-you-are bars are sandwiched between Food Network famous restaurants, art galleries, and even a pop culture monument (A Christmas Story House and Museum). View attractions at

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UNIVERSITY CIRCLE is the art and educational neighborhood of Cleveland. The districts of Wade Oval and Uptown have perhaps the greatest concentration of business, botany, medicine, and art learning centers on the globe within one square mile — from the campuses of Case Western Reserve University to world-renowned Severance Hall and the Cleveland Museum of Art. View attractions at

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DETROIT SHOREWAY is the city’s bohemian quarter. Institutions like the Cleveland Public Theatre and the Capitol Theatre draw the terminally arty and interesting to local stages and indie cinema. The hip and hungry seek out bistros and bars from Happy Dog to Spice Kitchen + Bar, and urban greenery like the lakefront’s Edgewater Park attracts everyone from dog-walkers to desperate surfboarders. View attractions at

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LAKEWOOD attractions spans from Bunts Avenue to Clifton Avenue and Detroit Avenue. The area has been a site of significant economic development in recent years. Nicknamed the “City of Beautiful Homes”, development in Lakewood has escalated in recent years with plenty of shops and restaurants. If you visit make sure to stop by Malley’s Chocolate and Aladdin’s Eatery which are based in Lakewood. View attractions at

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LITTLE ITALY has food, faith, and the famous Feast of the Assumption Festival which all help define this little Italian village, located at the base of Murray Hill. Little Italy today is a buffet of Italian eateries and bakeries, including Cleveland’s oldest restaurant (Guarino’s). Community and spirituality also commune in proud religious and social centers like the Holy Rosary Church and the Alta House. View attractions at

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SHAKER SQUARE can entertain everyone from school kids to grandparents, being Cleveland’s ultimate eastside shop-and-dine destination. Drive the minivan or take advantage of two light-rail Rapid Transit lines. Just be prepared to argue over where to eat, where to shop, and where to have fun. Just leave time for Larchmere Boulevard, Cleveland’s art and antiques shopping district (with fine folks like Wolfs Gallery). View attractions at

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