It’s definitely hot in Cleveland! People are taking notice and making our city their main destination. From food and beer to housing and innovation, found out why you need to be in Cleveland.
Thrillist says Cleveland’s food scene is great and only getting better! ( January 19, 2017)
Budget Travel says “Locals Know Best!” (February 15, 2017)
USA Today 10Best ranked Cleveland, Ohio among the top places to visit and Go Car Free! (January 15, 2017)
Forbes names Cleveland, Ohio the hottest city in right now! (October 2016)
U.S. News ranks Cleveland, Ohio as one of 10 underrated cities for art lovers! (August 30, 2016)
Untapped Cities lists the 10 most notable architectural sites in Cleveland, Ohio. (January 23, 2017)
Food Republic lists the best places to eat in Cleveland, Ohio. (January, 2017)
House Beautiful lists Cleveland, Ohio on “The 10 Most Beautiful Vintage Train Routes in America” (November 2016)
New York Post ranks Cleveland, Ohio one of the 15 best places to live in the US. ( September, 2016)
Time Magazine ranks Cleveland, Ohio 7th of Americas Best Food Cities. (March 20, 2015)
The I-X Center is just minutes away from world-class Cleveland entertainment! Historic Gateway District – Home to both Progressive Field (Cleveland Indians) and Quicken Loans arena (Cleveland Cavaliers), active year round with hockey (Lake Erie Monsters) and other entertainment.
Playhouse Square Theater District – The second largest performing arts center in the country. The five beautifully restored theatres are home to opera, ballet, concerts and an impressive Broadway Series and Great Lakes Theatre Festival.
East 4th Street Entertainment District – A nightlife destination choice, this narrow brick street is packed with upscale eateries and entertainment, the House of Blues, bowling and billiards and Iron Chef Michael Symon’s Lola restaurant to name a few.
Tower City District – An ornate center of the city with shops and hotels, key features are the Ritz Carlton, Renaissance Hotel and the City centerpiece, historic 52 story Terminal Tower which lights up the city at nighttime. The new Horseshoe Casino boasts 96,000 square feet of non-stop gaming action, featuring more than 1,900 slot machines, 89 table games and a 30-table World Series of Poker room.
Historic Warehouse District – Unique coffee shops and specialty boutiques combined with fine dining restaurants.
North Coast Harbor District – Take in picturesque views and amazing sunsets along the lake and visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland Browns Stadium and other nautical attractions.
University Circle – The center for fine culture and appreciation of the arts – Cleveland Orchestra performs at Severance Hall, Cleveland Museum of Art and numerous colleges and universities abound in this part of Cleveland. Little Italy, home to Italian restaurants, bakeries and art galleries is located adjacent to University Circle.
Tremont – This up and coming neighborhood is expanding with trendy new restaurants, art galleries, and unique shops and nightclubs.