What to do in Cleveland:


Cleveland Museum of Art – Internationally renowned for its substantial holdings, the museum houses a diverse permanent collection of more than 43,000 works of art from around the world. The museum is widely considered among the best in the world.

Horseshoe Casino – Cleveland’s newest addition to public square is the Horseshoe Casino. Converted from a historic building, the casino features over 1700 slots, 90 table games, and a dedicated poker room.

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum – Cleveland Rocks! The greatest stories and biggest names in rock and roll shine on at the Rock Hall. The experience includes four theaters, multiple interactive stations and seven floors of exhibits.

Playhouse Square/Theater District – Take in dinner and a show at the nation’s largest theater complex, outside of Broadway.

Progressive Field/Gateway District – The home of the Cleveland Indians will be rocking all summer long, as the tribe looks to repeat 2013 with another trip to the post-season.

Cleveland Orchestra at Servance Hall – Cleveland’s world-famous orchestra has an exciting schedule of concerts all summer long. Enjoy the music while you appreciate the grand architecture of Severance Hall.

Cedar Point – The roller-coaster capital of the world! What more needs to be said? With over 16 coasters, Cedar Point is one wild ride!

Cleveland Browns vs. Chicago Bears (Thursday, Aug. 28) – Watch two of the NFL’s most storied franchises battle at First Energy Stadium in preseason action on the lakefront.

Food & Restaurants

West Side Market – Cleveland’s very own 110 year old market is paradise for foodies, featuring over 60 vendors selling everything from farm fresh berries to oxtails and ethnic sausages.

RED, The Steakhouse – Simply put, it’s here you will find the best steak in Cleveland. Customers have been known to fly private jets from NYC to dine here.

Lola – The flagship restaurant for Cleveland’s native son and Iron Chef, Michael Simon. Enjoy Chef Simon’s creative and seasonal menus in a luxurious atmosphere.

Greenhouse Tavern – Chef Jonathan Sawyer showcases his unique spin on cuisine featuring locally-raised meat and produce. The menu includes a braised pig’s head, which is not to be missed.

Angelo’s Nido Italia – Located in Cleveland’s historic Little Italy a few minutes from downtown, this restaurant offers exquisitely prepared italian classics.

Momocho – Famous for their “Mod-Mex” concept, Momocho offers many interesting and different takes on traditional Mexican fare, and an extensive guacamole menu.

Great Lakes Brewing Co. – While famous for their many craft beer offerings, Great Lakes’ excellent gastropub menu is not to be overlooked.