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Shopping in Downtown, Cleveland

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Music Venue
“House of Blues IS the ultimate night out. It's where great food sets the stage for amazing live concerts. From VIP experiences with the world's best artists to our world-famous Gospel Brunch on Sundays, House of Blues is truly where music and food feed the soul.”
  • 7 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“Local market just a stone's throw away. They literally (figuratively) have one of everything.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Tea Room
“If you appreciate a great pot of tea and/or a quite spot to work or chat with a friend Cleveland Tea Revival is the place for you! It is small, but a calming and centering part of any day.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Trendy dessert & martini bar with a lineup of sandwiches, flatbreads, pasta & entrees.”
  • 10 locals recommend
Store
“Jacobs Pavilion is an open-air amphitheater located on the west bank of The Flats in Cleveland, Ohio. Seasonal, 5,000-seat waterfront concert venue set within a dining & entertainment complex.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Bakery
“Named a 2019 James Beard Award semifinalist for Best New Restaurant. Affordable, delicious. Pro Tip: order a sandwich and take it to Edgewater for a picnic.”
  • 7 locals recommend
Souvenir Shop
  • 3 locals recommend
Bakery
“East Asian bakery, cakes, boba. Nearby are Park to Shop (asian grocery) and Dagu Rice Noodle (a new Chinese noodle place)”
  • 5 locals recommend

Shopping malls

Shopping Mall
“Take the rapid from the west Side Market to tower city, walk out to Public Square, downtown.”
  • 23 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Tower city center are one of the most beautiful mall's that you have ever seen its a 5 minute drive or 25minute walk , you will find from clothes, Hard rock cafe to sightseeing from the top of the tower you can find everything.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“ The Arcade, located between Superior and Euclid Avenues in downtown Cleveland, is one of America's first indoor shopping malls and Cleveland's first skyscraper. Built in 1890, the magnificent building consists of two 9-story towers, connected by a glass and metal, 5-story atrium. Today, the building houses a Hyatt Hotel, retail shops, a number of restaurants and coffee shops and a food court. History The Arcade was designed by Cleveland architect, John Eisenmann, who also designed the first building at (what would become) Case Western Reserve University as well as Southwest General Hospital. The Arcade project, completed in 1890, cost $867,000 and was financed by the leading industrialists of the day: John D Rockefeller, Marcus Hanna, and Charles Brush. The structure, said to be modeled after the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele in Milan Italy, was the first Cleveland building to be added to the National Register of Historic Places (in 1975). The Arcade is considered to be one of the first indoor shopping malls in the United States. The Structure The Arcade runs the length of the block between Euclid Avenue and Superior Avenue. The building consists of two brick, 9-story towers—one at either end—and a 5-story glass and metal atrium with a 100 foot skylight ceiling connecting the two. The atrium is decorated with extensive metalwork and the atrium's top floor features a row of gargoyles that gaze down on shoppers.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“There are many great local shops here selling everything from souvenirs, soap, clothes, kilts, paper flowers, and haircuts. ”
  • 2 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
  • 1 local recommends
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