Every community needs a local hang like this. Cleveland in the '70s and '80s was filled with them: dark enough, you can unwind, light enough you don't feel like you've fallen into a pit of depression or dirt.
The Old Angle is Cleveland's source for the best pull of Guinness on draft, as well as whatever else in the way of Irish whiskey suits you. The bartenders embody that hail fellow, well met notion of the classic Irish(wo)man -- and they don't skimp on the pour.
While it's near. the stadium, the arena, the rock hall and just down the block from the West Side Market, the Old Angle is as much a neighborhood joint where people congregate to watch sports! And not just CLE Browns/Indians/Cavs action, either. World Cup soccer is massive at the Angle!
The food works. There will be no Michelin stars, but for someone wanting to not eat their dinner alone: it works. Two steps beyond basic bar food, you can get something healthy -- or naughty -- enough.
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