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From pro sports and wings in the Gateway District to fine dining and nightlife in renovated warehouses, downtown Cleveland has it all.
The streets of West 6th, West 9th and West St. Clair are lined with destination restaurants and nightlife. Unique coffee shops and specialty boutiques add to the charm of this neighborhood which includes historic warehouses that have been converted into distinctive loft apartments and condominiums.
Home to both Progressive Field and Quicken Loans Arena, the district is active year-round with baseball (Cleveland Indians), basketball (Cleveland Cavaliers), hockey (Lake Erie Monsters), football (Cleveland Gladiators) and entertainment ranging from national concert acts to ice skating performances. A host of pubs offer a bite to eat and frosty drink before or after the big game.
A nightlife destination of choice, this narrow brick street is packed with upscale eateries and entertainment. Take in a live music at the House of Blues. Laugh along with your favorite comedian at Hilarities. Bowl at the upscale Corner Alley. Savor a pint at Flannery's or dine at Chef Michael Symon's Lola. East 4th street has it all all ... and more.
Cleveland's major theater district is PlayhouseSquare, the second largest performing arts center in the country, which draws well over one million visitors annually. The five beautifully restored theatres are home to the opera, ballet, concerts, an impressive Broadway Series and the Great Lakes Theatre Festival.
North Coast Harbor is the site of the I.M. Pei-designed Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Museum, Great Lakes Science Center and Cleveland Browns Stadium. Other points of interest include the Steamship William G. Mather, the U.S.S. Cod World War II submarine, the Goodtime III sightseeing boat and the International Women's Air & Space Museum.
A renovated train terminal, the ornate Tower City Center houses an indoor retail area with shops and an array of restaurants. It also includes a cinema and two distinguished hotels, the Ritz-Carlton Cleveland and the Cleveland Renaissance Hotel. The lower level of Tower City Center houses the Regional Transit Authority's (RTA) light rail system.
On the banks of the Cuyahoga River, The Flats is home to restaurants, concert venues, nightclubs, water-sports rentals and the Nautica Queen cruise ship. The Nautica Entertainment Complex on the west bank of The Flats features the 5,000-seat, outdoor Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica. Redevelopment on the East Bank of The Flats has begun. Click here to view an interactive map presentation of Cleveland's new Flats District.