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Hands down the single best place to see a concert in Cleveland remains the Beachland Ballroom. The tavern has that neighborhood bar feel, while still having access to the incredible food menu. The ballroom can host big name, nationally touring acts, has its own bar...More
I was a bit skeptical looking at the front of the building however the ballroom itself was great! The sound was great wherever you stood (there wasn't any seating for our show, others may be different).
While there isn't much of a parking lot designated...More
Was a bit nervous having heard this place was in the wrong end of town. Turns out the rumors were just that. Rumors.
There was seating and we got to sit at a table close to the stage.
Food was well above average and fairly...More
We're from Detroit, Michigan. But my favorite music venue of all is the Beachland Ballroom in Cleveland, Ohio. We found it kind of by accident. A while back one of our favorite bands, The Flamin' Groovies, was on tour. I found out about the Beachland...More
Just saw the Growlers at the Beachland and it was my first time at this venue. I drove 2hrs to get here and wasn't disappointed at all. Vintage feel with a run down aesthetic!
Staff was super nice and friendly and the show was amazing....More
We have been to Beachland a number of times for shows in the Tavern and on main stage. I prefer the main stage setting but if you want up close the tavern is ok. I like the bar in the back by the main stage....More
I lost count of the number of shows we have seen here in the ballroom. Great variety of music. Some shows provide seating, others don't. The bar in the back has a nice variety of drinks. We haven't ordered any, but the food looks good...More
All kinds presented over the course of a month. The Tavern for smaller crowds and sounds, the Ballroom for the larger draws. Food and beverage both places. Little-known (except to the real aficionados) groups on the rise featured frequently.
Always priced reasonably.
Never a dull...More
My girlfriend and i are coming up for the Guy Forseyth concern on 1/17. Should we get a hotel and where relative to club location or away? I read you should take a cab to this venue. What is up with the not a great place to walk around at night. Thanks for any assistance is checking out this club. Ken
January 10, 2008|
well, it is not in the best of areas. Most people drive and park there for the concerts. You should be fine around the venue, particularly since there are other people there, but I wouldn't walk around the area or park far away from your car. A Cab is probably the best. As for a hotel, the closes nice ones would be in the downtown Cleveland areas.
Good breakfast place to eat downtown? (1 Replies)
I am going to be staying at the Hampton Inn downtown and arriving early on Friday morning to visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and to see a show at the Beachland Ballroom. Wondering if anyone has a recommendation for a place in the area that serves a good breakfast. I am also wondering if anyone can recommend somewhere to go to lunch near the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as I really want to stick to downtown.
November 18, 2013|
Are you looking for breakfast suggestions on Friday morning or Saturday morning, or both? Assuming that you're arriving by car on Friday morning, consider heading to Slyman's, an old deli a short distance from downtown. Check Cleveland restaurant reviews. Slyman's is highly rated by TA reviewers. You also drive to the West Side Market, which has free parking and wouldn't be too busy on Friday morning. See the breakfast discussion in the following travel article. ...More
looking for hotel room near Beachland Ballroom Area (3 Replies)
HI: We are going to attend a concert at the Beachland Ballroom in Early August. We are a family of six and looking for reasonably priced hotels in the area. Any suggestions? Also, other recommendations of places to check out. We have never been to Ohio before.
April 30, 2012|
If you're interested in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, most Cleveland hotels offer special packages that might save you money. Any of the downtown hotels are relatively close to the Beachland Ballroom. Perhaps check out the Doubletree Downtown Lakeside which is more reasonably priced and has a good attached garage, pool, free downtown shuttle service, and is a short walk to the Rock Hall, U.S.S. Cod, Great Lakes Science Center and Steamship Mather. Check TA's Cleveland "Things...More