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Shiny Hoppy People: Navigating Cleveland's Beer Explosion

Shiny Hoppy People: Navigating Cleveland's Beer Explosion

Posted Aug 21, 2016

by Justin Glanville

Something seriously hoppy is going on in Cleveland. Suddenly, it seems like there are  brewpubs everywhere.You could stand on a random street corner, lift a stein in the air, and someone would probably fill it with suds.

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The Flats and Flats East Bank in Cleveland

The Flats and Flats East Bank in Cleveland

Posted Aug 17, 2016

The area near downtown better known as “The Flats” has been an integral part of the city’s history since its very beginning and continues to be a nerve center of activity and development today.In 1796, the city’s founder, Moses Cleaveland and his survey party landed on this area that borders both sides of the Cuyahoga River at the Lake Erie shore front on the north side of downtown. The Flats was home to Cleveland’s industrial district and steel mills that located there to capitalize on the Great Lakes shipping routes until the 1970’s.

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Historic Warehouse District

Historic Warehouse District

Posted Nov 10, 2013

The streets of Cleveland's Historic Warehouse District, which encompasses W. 6th, W. 9th and W. St. Clair Streets, are lined with restaurants and entertainment venues, making the Warehouse District one of downtown Cleveland’s must-do experiences.  

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