Best Healthy Breakfasts In ClevelandTake a tip from the British and Irish. For them, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Your body has been without nutrients for over twelve hours and you expect it to work hard for the next four or five hours until lunch.
Best Cleveland Restaurants To Cater Your New Year's Eve PartyEither you drew the short straw or missed a meeting and were volunteered but somehow you ended up being in charge of putting together the New Year’s Eve Party for this year. Don’t panic! Cleveland has over one hundred catering services waiting to make your party memorable. Here is a short list of some of the best that can supply everything from location to all the other elements needed to make your get together the best. Just be sure to get your orders in early.
5 Bucket List Items To Cross Off In ClevelandFirst time visitors to Cleveland, Ohio are amazed at the huge amount of things to do while visiting. Everything here is world class including our Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, 30 miles of Emerald Necklace Cleveland Metroparks bike paths and roadway, great restaurants and sports bars. Cleveland really does have it all and at highly affordable prices (compared to other major cities). Check out a few of the top bucket list items that every Clevelander needs to check off.
Spookiest Places In ClevelandThere are of course the “scary six” that nearly everyone in Cleveland knows about (i.e. Franklin Castle, House of Wills The Agora, Gray’s Armory, Squire’s Castle and The Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument), but real ghost aficionados are also aware of haunted sites off the beaten path. Here are a few to ponder…if you dare.
Best Places For Iced Coffee In ClevelandLate September in Cleveland means warm days and cool evenings and it is the perfect time to get outside and enjoy some outdoor activities. With the temperatures still comfortable it is also the perfect time to enjoy an ice coffee.
Ask A Cleveland Expert: Easy Breakfast Meals For KidsBusy families tend to sacrifice nutrition. The answer is to plan ahead and provide a high protein breakfast. Here are some ideas.
Best Football Bars In ClevelandAfter a fascinating 1-15 record last season (barely avoiding a massive “perfect season” parade by disgruntled fans) the Cleveland Browns are back. With some creative trades, acquisitions and high draft picks the team is eager to prove themselves this year. While thousands of fans will hike into First Energy Stadium and brave the unpredictable Lake Erie weather, even more of those loyal to the orange and brown will seek out their favorite watering hole where they can watch the games in relative comfort with food and drink within arm’s reach. Listed below are some of the lesser known gathering locals for the greatest fans in the NFL.
Guide To 2017 Labor Day Weekend Events In ClevelandSummer in Cleveland always goes out with a bang as folks gather to their favorite festivals, shows and celebrations on Labor Day Weekend. For some it’s five days of fun as we pay tribute to the working men and women of America.
Best Places For Fresh Fruit In ClevelandHere are some local places that stock the hard to find fruits as well as the common varieties all aimed to give your next dinner experience a little extra zing.
Guide To Cleveland's Best 2017 Independence Day EventsBANG! BOOM! SIZZLE! There is no summer holiday anywhere in the world like the celebration of America’s independence on July 4th. Families gather for picnics, parades are held in nearly every town and to cap off the day FIREWORKS! Check out this short list of ways we celebrate Independence Day in the Northeast Ohio area.
Best Activities For Summer Thrill Seekers In ClevelandThis may come as a surprise to you but believe it or not, Ohio is actually a hotbed for thrill seeking activities. Top of the list is, of course, Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio that is billed as “The Roller Coaster Capital of the World” and boasts 17 thrill rides but there are other sites where adrenalin junkies can get their fix. Check out the list below and have a screaming good time.
Best Memorial Day Events In ClevelandMemorial Day got its start in 1868 after the Civil War when the last Monday in May was deemed Decoration Day in which time was set aside to decorate the graves of Union war dead with flowers. In the 20th century the date stayed the same but grew to include honoring all Americans who had died while in military service. Many see the three day Memorial weekend as the opening of the busy summer season that goes through to Labor Day. There are many ways to celebrate this national holiday in Northeast Ohio. Perhaps some of those listed below will give you some new ideas.