Here’s where you should eat and drink in Cleveland

Paladar Latin Kitchen and Rum Bar

Woodmere, United States

A Latin American restaurant with bottomless mimosas and an inspired brunch menu on the weekends. Highly recommended for Saturday and Sunday brunching on the terrace!

Cafe Avalaun

Warrensville Heights, United States

A local cafe serving gluten free and dairy free cuisine….and the best part, you don’t need to be gluten free to enjoy. I recommend the croque madame crepe!


Cleveland, United States

Kobe beef carpaccio and Sacchetti al tartufo. Eat slowly and enjoy every bite. And a nice glass of red wine never hurts! #fine-dining


Cleveland, United States

Zach Bruell has a multitude of restaurants in the city and this is the finest one. Order the “French Toast” for an appetizer, it’s like nothing else you’ve ever tried. For an entree, you can’t go wrong.

Alley Cat

Cleveland, United States

Even if you’re not sitting on the terrace, the entire restaurant is open to the river and the sunset. Order a nice glass of white wine and enjoy the fresh oysters! #fine-dining

West Side Market

Cleveland, United States

A local market open Monday’s, Wednesday’s, Friday’s, and Saturday’s. Locals come for their fresh pastas, seafood, and locally made sausages. Visitors will enjoy the ambiance, the gyros and the fresh pastries!


Cleveland, United States

A local restaurant with an open terrace full of both singles and families. They have a large selection of craft beer and the menu is non-GMO and full of goodness. I recommend the truffle fries and the flatbreads! If there’s a game going on, it’ll be rowdy!

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