48 Hours in Cleveland City

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Cleveland provides tremendous holiday opportunity to visitors and 48 hours can be exciting with this guide. The city is an amazing holiday option because of the entertaining nightlife, sunny sandy beaches,  pleasurable weather, excellent cuisine and a rich history, it catches the attention of millions of tourists every year. Enjoy a memorable 2 day tour.

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Day 1

Rise and shine

Breakfast at 8:00 am

You can start your day with breakfast at “the inn on Coventry” which serves breakfast with Latin influence and a variation in omelets.

Address: 2785 Euclid Heights Blvd # 2, Cleveland, OH 44106, United States

Website: www.innoncoventry.com

Phone: 1 216-371-1811

12.00 pm:  Enjoy on the waterfront

You can visit the rock and roll hall of fame and museum, which has a wide collection of art and audiophiles of all ages. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum magnetizes audiophiles of all ages, at the same time the Great Lakes Science Center will be an informative experience and in the spare time you can rent a paddle boat at Rock & Dock Marina at the back of the Rock Hall.

Address: 1100 E 9th St, Cleveland, OH 44114, United States

Website: www.rockhall.com

Phone: 1 216-781-7625

Brewing lunch

Lunch at the great lake brewing company which is a brewery district famous for craft beer and pub grub. And then market garden brewery for a comfortable lunch.

Address: 1947 W 25th St, Cleveland, OH 44113, United States

Website: www.marketgardenbrewery.com

Phone: 1 216-621-4000

Plat ball at 5 p.m

Close with a classic Americana occurrence with the  newly-renovated Progressive Field and Cleveland Indians at the corner of Ontario and Carnegie. Optional: You can watch a concert in Cleveland’s theater district or a Broadway play at Playhouse Square, or quickly grab a post-show beer at Hofbrauhaus Cleveland.

Go crazy from Steel to Stylish 

The steelworkers who once upon a time filled the Tremont neighborhood’s low-slung homes and extremely topped churches have majorly gone astray. A fresh breed of residents has moved in with an affluence of fashionable restaurants, artisan shops and galleries showcasing emerging artists. Inside Lilly Handmade Chocolates, you can join the throngs practically drooling over the mounds of freshly made truffles. Or grip a glass at the wine bar inside Visible Voice Books (1023 Kenilworth Avenue; 216-961-0084; www.visiblevoicebooks.com), which features scores of small-press titles, a lot by local authors.

Lilly Handmade Chocolates

Address:761 Starkweather Avenue

Website: www.lillytremont.com

Phone:216-771-3333

Aquatic evening at 6 p.m

Spend your evening watching the beautiful fishes swim. Go visit the greater Cleveland aquarium and enjoy the underwater adventures ending with a beautiful sunset on the shore of Lake Erie. There’s an ocean of fish in an old power station in The Flats at the Greater Cleveland Aquarium. It's an underwater adventure that has a 11,000-gallon touch pool and  a 175-foot-long underwater Shark SeaTube  (where you can gently poke stingrays and horn sharks ). You can also go to a 2.5-hour Lolly the Trolley tour that leaves from the Powerhouse.

Address: 2000 Sycamore St, Cleveland, OH 44113, United States

Website: www.greaterclevelandaquarium.com

Phone: 1 216-862-8803

Explore the North Union Farmers Market

You can explore and know why Cleveland’s renowned chefs love this producers-only market: peas, lettuces, heirloom grains, ducks and chickens. Local restaurants have stands here, including one run by Koko Bakery, that makes a tasty curried beef–filled bun.

Classic Cocktails at 11 p.m

Tremont has been night crawlers’ paradise for a long time and that’s steady. Beer with bitter taste is handmade, the bartenders here feel proud about the fact that they can effortlessly mix a perfect Bourbon Daisy or Rangpur Gimlet and you can even order a perfect blend of vodka and coco liqueur or Tini. 

Velvet Tango Room 

Address: 2095 Columbus Road

Phone: 216-241-8869

Website: www.velvettangoroom.com

A celebratory dinner

Opt for the east 4th street for dinner as it has the most famous restaurants. One of them is the greenhouse tavern and have some beer at the butcher and the brewer. You can now sleep well at the end of a fabulous day.

Address: 2038 E 4th St, Cleveland, OH 44115, United States

Website: www.thegreenhousetavern.com

Phone: 1 216-443-0511


Day 1 Map


Day 2

Rise again to shine

A good breakfast will be wholesome for a long day ahead.Breakfast at the Inn On Coventry again to kick start your day with great Lebanese breakfast. The place is famous for its amazing sandwiches, milkshakes, and American-Lebanese cookery, it also offers other options like 8-inch pancakes, Falafel omelets,  tofu scrambles, and a lot more

Address: 2785 Euclid Heights Blvd Cleveland, OH 44106

Website: www.innoncoventry.com

Phone: (216) 551-9060

Fire

Fire offers an amazing brunch, that includes egg crepe filled with braised pork in a zippy chimichurri, flat bread that is filled with house-made pancetta and airy lemon pancakes. Besides this the dinner is just amazing, with dishes like Great Lakes–caught walleye with mustard greens and saffron aioli. Credit goes to seasonal food-devotee Douglas Katz and local people.

Address:13220 Shaker 

Phone: 216-921-3473 o

Website: www.firefoodanddrink.com

12.00 p.m: Bowled Over

Located in the Uptown district you can roll yourself in the Corner Alley at the heart of University Circle for its pastoral Italian fare and choice craft beers and bourbon. After fueling up, fire up your game at any of its seventeen passage way.

West side lunch

Relish on American delight at west side lunch. You can visit the west side market and go to the fat fish blue which offers great sea food on the go.

Address: 21 Prospect Ave E, Cleveland, OH 44115, United States

Website: www.fatfishblue.com

Phone: 1 216-875-6000.0

Feel Chocolaty 

Visit the lili handmade chocolates for some good handmade chocolates and enjoy the evening with a music concert on the shore of Lake Erie. Visit the Cleveland metro parks zoo to say hello to Cleveland's wildlife.

Address: 3900 Wildlife Way, Cleveland, OH 44109, United States

Website: www.clevelandmetroparks.com

Evening – All that salsa

In its 50th year, Nighttown in Cleveland Heights is one of Cleveland’s premier music venues. Cleveland elite, Hobnob with doctors, and a writer as swoozy jazz mixes with a soulful menu presented in 3 bars and many different dining rooms . You can end the day by trying your luck at the Hard Rock casino Northfield Park with slots in abundance and harness racing.

Steak dinner

Dine at Red The Steakhouse to get some beefy dinner. It also has an extensive wine list on the menu so do go through the menu. End the second day with a glass of wine and cheers to a marvelous journey in Cleveland.

Address: 417 Prospect Ave Cleveland, OH 44115

Website: www.redthesteakhouse.com

Phone: (216) 664-0941


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