Our city knows how to overcome the odds. This year, Cleveland Magazine highlights numerous ways to safely celebrate all the things we love most: massive milkshakes that bring you comfort, treat-filled pinata cakes to brighten your day and a flower cart ready to warm your hearts. We hope these 56 spots for the best food, drinks, shops and things to do bring some joy to your life in the Land.
Best of Cleveland
You don't need to be an expert barista to make a delicious morning drink with Scoot Cold Brew's Scoot Mix Kit.
Zhug chef and owner Douglas Katz researched this delightful curried lamb and apricot hummus during a trip to Israel and recreates it for his Cleveland Heights restaurant.
Topgolf Cleveland in Independence lets you work on your swing year-round in a fun setting that reimagines the traditional driving range.
Go wild inside Phunkenship's taproom where the sour beer experiment is funky, fun and tasty.
We all have to wear them, so why not add some fun to your face masks with creative designs by Dippity and Snark, Himiko Memorabilia and UbuntuMaskCLE.
Twisted Taino delivers one ginormous feast that combines all its best dishes.
Local pop-up shop CLE Biscuit Heads brightens our mornings with the homemade morning treat in three delicious options.
Almost too pretty to eat, the uniquely shaped sushi at Hako in Lakewood are a delight to see and eat.
Recess Games in North Olmsted offers more than 6,000 different board games for those looking to add some fun to their lives.
The okonomiyaki at Domo Yakitori & Sushi blends cabbage, noodles and more into a savory dish.
MuAmin Collective released Tailor Made on Juneteenth, a collection of songs that deal with oppression, what it's like just hanging out and life as a Black person.
Hidden Spirits Cocktails serves up tasty cocktail blends that help blur the bitter taste of alcohol.