Beginning, Saturday July 10th and continuing until Sunday, August 1st, the Terminal Tower Observation Deck will be open to the public for a limited time only. On Saturdays and Sundays in July, individuals will have the opportunity to go up into this magnificent Cleveland landmark and, once again, experience the breathtaking views of Downtown. Downtown Cleveland Alliance and Forest City have partnered to make this opening possible.
Monthly Archives: June 2010
Zoup! (236 Euclid Ave) recently had its grand opening this week. Through the end of the month, they are offering this special offer:
Check out all the progress in PlayhouseSquare and find out a little bit more about this vibrant downtown neighborhood!
New restaurant in Cleveland with wonderful courtyard and classic cocktails: Zinc
U.S. Brig Niagara sails into Cleveland for Tall Ships Festival preview
In celebration of four years of service to Downtown, the Downtown Cleveland Alliance’s Ambassadors will be offering a FREE car wash on Thursday, June 17th from 4:30p.m. until 6:30p.m. for all Downtown residents and employees. Head over to W. 6th street between Frankfort and St. Clair after work and enjoy a free car wash from the men and women who keep Downtown clean and safe on a regular basis. Other special guests will be lending a hand to show their appreciation of the Clean and Safe services.
On June 25th and 26th, the fifth annual Cleveland Wine Festival presented by Giant Eagle will take place in its new location – Nautica Pavilion on the West Bank of downtown Cleveland’s Flats (2014 Sycamore Street).
The event offers a variety of tastings, food and wine education, and cooking demonstrations in a fabulous setting along the Cuyahoga River. Festival guests can taste from a selection of 200 international, domestic and Ohio wines and enjoy food from fine Northeast Ohio establishments including Bravo! Cucina Italiana, Bruno’s Ristorante, Grovewood Tavern, Morton’s The Steakhouse, Sophie’s Choice and The Original Greek Gyros. The festival main stage will showcase live musical entertainment, including Michael Heaton Band and Kimi Hayes Band, throughout the two-day event.
On June 13, 2010, the Ohio Restaurant Association will bestow its highest honor (a Lifetime Achievement Award) upon Downtown Restaurateur Nick Kostis, operator of Pickwick & Frolic Restaurant and Club.
The award will be given at the Ohio Restaurant Association’s Chairman’s & Industry Awards Event at the Ritz-Carlton, Cleveland, this Sunday. ORA, which celebrated its 90th anniversary this year, hosts the event to recognize excellence among restaurateurs, industry purveyors and public officials whose actions have benefited Ohio’s foodservice industry.
Every Thursday night this summer, come enjoy the weather and the atmosphere on E.4th Street! There will be great food, drink specials, live music, retailers on the street and sidewalk performers.
Every Thursday, the fun starts at 5pm (and goes till 8pm) with local musicians playing everything from jazz to acoustic guitar, local boutique owners selling items such as jewelry & vintage clothes, all while being entertained by the St. Ignatius street performers. Go Fourth & Party!
The following post was written by a DCA City Advocate. To learn more about the City Advocate Program, please click here. It has been a while since I posted anything, however, I am not idle! I am working on three projects right now in the hope that something will emerge as a regular mainstay for [...]