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Nice Hotel rest/bars near Browns Stadium

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Nice Hotel rest/bars near Browns Stadium

Hi,

We'll be going to see Kenny at the stadium on July 14th. I'm looking for a nice hotel for the weekend. Would like for it to have a bar and/or restaurant or be within walking distance of some.

I'm thinking of visiting the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame also. How close is it to the Stadium and what other must see attractions are in the area?

Can someone suggest good restaurants also?

Thanks a bunch...

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1. Re: Nice Hotel rest/bars near Browns Stadium

There are several hotels in downtown Cleveland - probably the nicest and most expensive is the Ritz (probably where Kenny will stay unless he gets right on the bus and leaves!) also the Marriott downtown, etc. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is right near the stadium so is the Great Lakes Science Center. You may want to go to a restaurant in the Warehouse district - West 6th and West 9th, or go to the House of Blues or Pickwick and Frolics on East 4th.

Check out these websites:

www.coolcleveland.com

www.pluggedincleveland.com

www.universitycircle.org (museums)

www.cleveland.com

Have a great time in Cleveland!

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2. Re: Nice Hotel rest/bars near Browns Stadium

Thanks LondonLady

I checked out the Renaissance-looks very nice. I'll check out the Ritz also. Are they both within walking distance of the Browns Stadium?

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3. Re: Nice Hotel rest/bars near Browns Stadium

Both hotels are in the center of Downtown and very near the stadium - you should be fine to walk to the stadium and back as many people will be doing the same thing.

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4. Re: Nice Hotel rest/bars near Browns Stadium

If you stay at the Ritz, check out Muse, a newish and highly praised restaurant right off the lobby. We ate lunch there last weekend, and were pleasantly surprised at the clubby-but-not-stuffy feel of the room, and the casual elegance of the offerings. 3 entrees, a soup, and 3 wines came to around 100 (before tip),

In the Entertainment District (E. 4th between Euclid and Prospect), world-famous chef Michael Symon reopened Lola, and Marlan Kaplan's One Walnut (just off E. 9th Street north of Euclid) is another fine dining choice.

New York Spaghetti House, a Cleveland institution for Italian food downtown, is near the baseball stadium, and a couple of great steakhouses (Morton's and Hyde Park) are right off Public Square in Tower City.

The Rock Hall is on the lake at E. 9th Street, and has a few interesting attractions around it. The Great Lakes Science Museum is right next to it, and has an IMAX theater. There's a skate park behind it, on the pier, and also on the pier is the steamship William G. Mather, which can be toured. Another historic ship you can tour on the lakefront is the USS Cod, a WWII submarine. It's located just east of the Rock Hall, in the access road to Burke Lakefront Airport. tripadvisor.com/GoListDetail-i1869-Summer_br…

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5. Re: Nice Hotel rest/bars near Browns Stadium

Note about New York Spaghetti House --

It's CLOSED. Reopening as an ale house. The Spaghetti house, while loved by many, was loathed by just as many.

Agree about Lola and One Walnut. Also, if you stay at Renaissance (or anywhere downtown, really), Sans Souci is a great choice. If you like oysters (or really any seafood), Blue Pointe Grille. Also, don't forget Johnny's downtown. It's the power-broker place in Cleveland.

For more casual, consider: Sushi Rock (you guessed it, Sushi), the Winking Lizard (burgers, wings, awesome beer selection), Fatfish Blue (southern, cajun),.

DOWNTOWN ATTRACTIONS: The Federal Reserve in Cleveland has a money museum that' sounds dull, but turns out to be pretty cool (and do-able in an hour). There's the hands-on science center with Imax next to the stadium. House of Blues has a steady stream of live music (chain owned by Dan Akroyd, etc). It's across the street from Pickwick and Frolick (a restaurant, comedy club and martini bar complex) and an upscale bar/bowling alley (forget the name....realtively new). The Hungarian museum and gift shop is in the Galleria, along with some other off-beat stores. And I'd suggest a ride on the Goodtime II. Don't do the dinner cruise (the food is lousy), but take the 4-hour cruise up the Cuyahoga river. It gives you a different view of the city....at night, there are two bands. Outside on deck, rock band. Downstairs inside, big-band sort of small ensemble. This ISN"T fancy. But it's fun to be on the water. There's a bar and a breeze and a real mix of people, old/young, black/white, etc... If the Indians have fireworks, it's fun to watch them from the boat (it parks for awhile out in Lake Erie).

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