Start at the West Side Market, a 150-year-old food market. Great place for desserts, Polish Boys, or to gawk at all the food stalls. Head down the street to TownHall, one of our favorite bars with fantastic food and an outdoor patio. Get ice cream at the Mitchell’s Ice Cream factory. Tour the Great Lakes Brewery. If you want a pizza, Bar Cento has amazing ones.
East 4th St
This little pedestrian street is packed with bars, restaurants, and a comedy club. Try the Albino Stout from Butcher & Brewer. Go to the underground Society Lounge for a hand-crafted cocktail. Eat BBQ at Mabel’s. Go bowling at the The Corner Alley.Tons of outdoor seating everywhere.
BAR 32 at The Hilton
Fantastic view of the lakefront from the 32nd floor bar at the Hilton. Just a 10-minute walk across the bridge to the Wedding venue!
Le Petit Triangle
One of our favorite brunch spots! Amazing crepes and croque monsieurs. Get there early. They accept reservations for parties of four or more.
Head down to the East Bank of the Flats to bar hop, eat food at Coastal Taco or enjoy Oysters on the rooftop bar at Alley Cat.
The 147 acre Edgewater Park features 9000 feet of shoreline, dog and swim beaches, boat ramps, fishing pier, and picnic areas.
The Cleveland Museum of Art
We love this gorgeous, world-class museum with a 45,000 piece collection. Definitely one of our favorite places in Cleveland. Free admission!
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
Take time to tour the music and styles of Rock and Roll! Conveniently located right next to the Great Lakes Science Center wedding venue.
Bike the Towpath
Have more time? Want to see some of Cleveland’s 55,000 acres of parks? Drive down to Century Cycles to rent a bike and bike along the old Erie Canal through woods and fields. (Flat and easy for a lazy day.)