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This is a great street and you can hear Italian in many of the restaurants, which offer superb fare. The shops are funky and it's a wonderful street to walk around and explore. It's also on the subway/LRT line, so you can train there from...More
Several block area of charming Italian restaurants, many family run with good food. We ate at Guarinos which just celebrated its 100th birthday. Food was good but not great! Service was slightly above average and décor was definitely old school Italian and well-done!
I got a bunch of recommendations to go to Little Italy in Cleveland. It was well worth the effort, even on a wet, slushy night! Visited a historic restaurant that is 100 years old. great area to walk around in!
I took the Metro from downtown Cleveland Tower Center. It was a direct train and took 15 - 20 minutes. Little Italy is a walk up the hill from the station. It is a few blocks big with a big church in the middle and...More
We enjoyed dinner at Mia Bella last night and caught glimpses of Little Italy. It will be worth exploring this afternoon. The comparisons to other Little Italy’s may be valid, though New York’s Little Italy exists solely for tourists. This is an interesting area to...More
I go to Cleveland a few times a year and usually end up going to Little Italy a couple of those times for dinner. There are quite a few restaurants within a couple of blocks that put out wonderful Italian food.
There are several good restaurants in this walkable area and great long time bakeries, too! It's fun to just walk around and enjoy the quaint area and maybe eat at Mia Bella, then go to a bakery like Presti's for something yummy...it's hard to buy...More
Wonderful area with great restaurants and bakery! We ate our first meal there at Maxi’s which was pretty good, and then each had our choice of sweets at the bakery down the way. Our second meal in Little Italy was across the street at Mia...More
Little is the operative word here. The district extends for about two blocks. There are no Italian markets, only one bakery we could see and only a few restaurants, most of which were closed on a Monday. If you have been to the Italian sections...More