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The following eating places are some that the Local Arrangements Committee recommends, including some within a 1- to 14-minute walk from the hotel and others further afield.


Anna in the Raw (1360 E 9th St): Vegan-friendly juice bar, 1-min walk from the hotel.


  • Masthead Brewing Co (1261 Superior Ave), 8-min walk.
  • Noble Beast Brewing Co (1470 Lakeside Ave), 10-min walk.

Butcher and the Brewer (2043 E 4th St): Gastropub with communal tables, 9-min walk.

Cowell & Hubbard (1305 Euclid Ave): New American in former jewelry store, 13-min walk.

Greenhouse Tavern (2038 E 4th St): Locally inflected New American, 9-min walk.

Heinen’s (900 Euclid Ave): wine, coffee, and eats under soaring stained-glass dome, 9-min walk.

Indies (530 Euclid Ave): Good lunch-only Indian/Pakistani stand in 5th St Arcades, 7-min walk.

Lola Bistro (2058 E 4th St): Iron Chef Michael Symon’s meat-heavy flagship, 9-min walk.

Mabel’s BBQ (2050 E 4th St): The latest Michael Symon joint, 9-min walk.

Noodlecat (234 Euclid Ave): Affordable ramen house just off Public Square, 9-min walk.

Ontario Street Cafe (2053 Ontario St): Corned beef meets dive bar, 10-min walk.

Pho Thang Café (815 Superior Ave E): Great Vietnamese, 5-min walk.

Pour Cleveland (530 Euclid Ave): High-quality pour over and espresso, 7-min walk.

Pura Vida (170 Euclid Ave): Upscale, vegan-friendly New American, 8-min walk.

Restore Cold Pressed (1001 Huron Rd E): Refreshing organic raw juice bar, 12-min walk.

Rising Star Coffee Roasters (412 Superior Ave.): City’s best coffee in best space. 5-min walk.

Society Lounge (2063 E 4th St): Classy cocktail lounge, 10-min walk.

Sung’s House (1507 Euclid Ave): Competent Korean, Japanese, and sushi, 14-min walk.

Taco Bell Cantina (200 Euclid Ave): Yes, a Taco Bell that serves liquor, 8-min walk.


OHIO CITY (RTA Red Line from Tower City/Public Square to W25/Ohio City + 3-15 min walk)

ABC the Tavern (1872 W 25th St): Big burgers, hand-cut fries, and brews.

The Black Pig (2801 Bridge Ave): Pork-heavy haunt along the West 25th corridor.


  • Forest City Brewery (2135 Columbus Rd)
  • Great Lakes Brewery (2516 Market Ave)
  • Hansa Import Haus and Brewery (2717 Lorain Ave)
  • Market Garden Brewery (1947 W 25th St)
  • Nano Brew (1859 W 25th St)
  • Platform Beer Co (4125 Lorain Ave)
  • Saucy Brew Works (2885 Detroit Ave)

Flying Fig (2523 Market Ave): Longtime farm-to-table mainstay in market district.

Le Petit Triangle Café (1881 Fulton Rd): Sweet and savory crepes.

Momocho (1835 Fulton Rd): “Mod-Mex” cantina in quintessential Ohio City storefront.

West Side Market (1979 W 25th St): Fabulous historic public market, limited hours.


OTHER interesting options are found throughout the city. Here’s a small sampling.

Empress Taytu (6125 St Clair Ave): Ethiopian in old Slovenian neighborhood. St Clair-Superior

Fahrenheit (2417 Professor Ave): New American take on Asian. Tremont

Fat Cats (2061 W 10th St): Great place with skyline view in an old house. Tremont

Happy Dog (5801 Detroit Ave): Hot dogs + Froot Loops with beer sums it up. Detroit Shoreway

L’Albatros (11401 Bellflower Rd): Contemporary French in carriage house. University Circle

Li Wah (2999 Payne Ave): Cheap and good dim sum. AsiaTown

Prosperity Social Club (1109 Starkweather Ave): 1930s barroom, pierogi, bowling. Tremont

Slyman’s (3106 St Clair Ave): Massive corned beef sandwiches. Goodrich-Kirtland

Sokolowski’s University Inn (1201 University Rd): Polish family-owned cafeteria. Tremont

Superior Pho (3030 Superior Ave): Considered by many the best Vietnamese in town. AsiaTown


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