The Bomb Shelter located in Akron Ohio, is Northeast Ohio’s coolest retro antique superstore! Started in 2011 this unique store has 18,000 square foot of retro goodies sure to blast you right into the past. It’s probably the closest thing you will get to riding in a time machine that’s for sure!
Berry’s Restaurant is pretty much a landmark for the town of Norwalk. This gem of a restaurant is housed in a historic building that was constructed in 1867 and was a hotel called the St. Charles Hotel. The hotel also had a third-floor ballroom that was later removed because of safety concerns. Over the years the building had been sectioned off and served many purposes such as a cigar shop, singer sewing machine shop, barber shop and a confectionary kitchen.
Touch Supper Club is a nightclub located in the Ohio City neighborhood of Cleveland Ohio that offers great food and great entertainment. Touch Supper Club is well known for hosting DJs from around the world that spin anything from Funk & Soul to Hip Hop & EDM in their intimate downstairs lounge.
” Where you’re treated like family ” is the motto at Virant’s Family Winery and they truly treat you that way. Originally making wines for friends and family the Virant’s wanted to open a winery to the public while still keeping the same friendly relaxed atmosphere. Members of the Virant family still run the winery to this day. Anyone else that works there is a resident of the close-knit community of Harpersfield, not to mention it is the place the whole neighborhood likes to hang out on Friday nights to gather for steak dinners. Come join the fun! As soon as you walk in the door you can feel the sense of community, the place kind of feels like home. Photos of neighborhood kid’s baseball teams and old family photos decorate the walls.
The Cleveland Museum Of Art was founded in 1913 in the Wade Park District of Cleveland Ohio near university circle. The Cleveland Museum Of Art is the fourth wealthiest art museum in the United States. It was founded on trust money from a group of prominent Cleveland Industrialists. Originally the building consisted of a neoclassical, white Georgian Marble, Beaux-Arts building… Continue reading The Cleveland Museum of Art Must See Free Museum In Cleveland