Make the most of your overnight with this handy guide, curated by your fellow pilots. Restaurants, entertainment and other must-see attractions are shown on the map below to help you plan your stay. Save this map to your phone or other mobile device, and get walking or transit directions. Missing a must-see venue? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with suggestions.
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Restaurants and Cafes
Styled after the famous one in Germany. German beer and food.
Great place for breakfast.
Classic chain joint with lots of TVs, good drink specials and typical sports bar menu but good food.
Butcher and the Brewer
Industrial Chic Brewpub serving American fare and house made brews.
Chain bar with American grub and happy hour specials.
Bars and Pubs
Johnny’s Little Bar
Laid back dive bar serving good beer and some of the best burgers on the planet. Hard to find spot in an alley. Great place to hide out.
Gillespie’s Map Room
Neighborhood hangout spot. Aviation themed. Extensive beer list and pub grub.
Hangout for sports fans. 40+ Tap beers, TV’s, and skee ball.
The Corner Alley
Bowling Alley with a bar.
Coffee and Pastries
Stylish whitewashed coffee house serving boutique roasted coffee beans. Small Plates.
Phoenix Coffee Co.
Hip local joint. Roasting in house artisan coffee beans. Snacks.
Rising Star Coffee Roasters
Local chain roasting in house artisan coffee beans. Small bites and pastries.
Parks and Running Trail
Voinovich Bicentennial Park
Great Views of the lake
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Definitely worth a look. Give yourself at least 4 hours.
Large multi-level casino with table games and slots
Great Lakes Science Center
Cool spot if you want to learn something. A lot of school field trips stop here.
USS Cod Submarine Museum
Low Key museum on the lake. Its small but interesting. Next to Burke Lakefront Airport.
Historic Cleveland Coast Guard Station