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Take a bite out of Cleveland's culinary scene. With recognized chef-restaurateurs like Michael Symon, Jonathon Sawyer, Douglas Katz, Zack Bruell, Matt Mathlage, Eric Williams, Dante Boccuzzi, Matt Fish and Karen Small (just to drop a few names), an array of eateries and an iconic public market representing our more than 100 ethnicities, breweries so good that the locals write songs about their beers, and lakeside wineries gaining national respect, Cleveland is a destination for foodies. From gourmet grilled cheese to vegetarian pumpkin risotto, there's something to suit every taste in Cleveland.
Everything's on the menu at hundreds of Cleveland restaurants. From ethnic favorites like pierogi to haute cuisine, Cleveland's culinary scene is, well, delicious.
The fact that Clevelanders love a good beer is nothing new. Our thirst for beer infused with some local flavor is apparent with a wide array of microbreweries and brewpubs.
If beer isn’t your thing, Cleveland has you covered when it comes to locally-produced spirits as well. From Cleveland’s first distillery since prohibition to another rapid-aging whiskey in just two weeks, hand-crafted liquor from Lake Erie’s shore is making waves.... +more
With so many options in the area, the Cleveland Brew Bus offers visitors an opportunity to learn more about a variety of the region’s notable breweries and brews. The Cleveland Brew Bus offers daily multi-hours tours of three area breweries, where guests enjoy numerous tastings of a variety of different styles and flavors of local craft brews... +more
The first craft brewery in Ohio, Great Lakes Brewing Company (GLBC) has been creating award-winning lagers and ales for 25 years. When brothers Daniel and Patrick Conway opened the doors in 1988, GLBC was a small microbrewery committed to creating bold, flavorful beers... +more
Ohio City, a neighborhood just across the Cuyahoga River and west of downtown, retains a melting pot vibe. As home to the West Side Market, a century-old market where immigrants and shoppers have come for decades to find the dishes and spices of their home country, today the neighborhood maintains the same authentic charm, with a frothy addition... +more