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For a unique dining experience head to The Flats and Public Square. Here you'll find converted warehouses that now feature an interesting mix of night clubs and restaurants like Fado Irish Pub, 1058 Old River Road, 216-771-0066; .and John Q's Steakhouse, 55 Public Square, 216-861-0900. If you are traveling here during the summer months, you'll enjoy eating outside which gives you a great view of the Cuyahoga River.
If you crave great Italian food, you need to head to the neighborhood known as Little Italy, just up the road from University Circle. Settled in the late 1800s by Italian artisans, this area has managed to keep its charm and cultural heritage. Not only will you find great food but also art galleries and shops to tempt you.
To add some spice to your life, head to the Redfish Cajun Grill & Bar, 2217 E 9th St, 216-566-8155, for Cajun cooking, pastas, and seafood; or Balaton, 13133 Shaker Square, 216-921-9691, for Hungarian cooking.
If you like the wide selection offered at cafeterias, you'll want to visit one of the Home Town Buffet at 1930 Snow Road, Parma, OH, 216-661-8830; or 10756 Lorain Ave, Cleveland OH, 216-251-9013.
Just need something quick? Then you'll want to rush right to Fuddruckers, Tower City Center, 230 Huron Rd, 216-241-6633; Schlotzsky's Deli, 10325 Cascade Crossing, Brooklyn, OH, 216-267-4551; Domino's Pizza, 538 Superior Ave, 216-781-0333; Rascal House Pizza, 2064 Euclid Ave, 216-781-0904; or McDonald's at either 1540 E 55th St, 216-391-0600; or 230 W Huron Rd 216-771-2525.
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