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Cleveland Trip Guide

The City of Rock and Roll shakes off its industrial image with gorgeous parks, an exceptional dining scene and an iconic hall of fame.

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    Cleveland cityscape
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    West Side Market.
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    Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. Photo Courtesy of Positively Cleveland.

Where to eat

Fahrenheit This Tremont bistro has spiffed-up entrees, such as pizzas and coffee-and-mustard-crusted pork tenderloin. (216) 781-8858; fahrenheittremont.com

Great Lakes Brewing Company Sample burgers and sandwiches in an 1860s tavern; one of the dining areas overlooks the gleaming tanks in the brewhouse. See reviews and ratings. (216) 771-4404; greatlakesbrewing.com

Lola Bistro In the hip Fourth Avenue entertainment district, celeb chef Michael Symon’s menu draws carnivores eager for braised short ribs and beef-cheek pierogis. See reviews and ratings. (216) 621-5652; lolabistro.com

Lucky’s Cafe Legendary cheddar and scallion biscuits with sausage gravy and homemade pastries keep this Tremont breakfast hangout hopping. See reviews and ratings. (216) 622-7773; luckyscafe.com

Melt Bar and Grilled The grilled-cheese-lovin’ menu lists more than 20 options, such as Porky Cheese (honey ham, bacon and Swiss). See reviews and ratings. (216) 226-3699; meltbarandgrilled.com

Tommy’s Restaurant Thick, rich milk shakes might be the first reason you come, but inventive vegetarian entrees (and decent burgers) make the eatery in Coventry Village destination-worthy. Be sure to sign yourself in on the waiting list. See reviews and ratings. (216) 321-7757; tommyscoventry.com

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