Food + Drink
The third time's a charm for Chris Verich who kept brewing through his two failed brewery attempts.
Get your loose leaf game on point.
Nab one of Ange Lupica's treat at Crust's Midtown location.
Robert Hernandez's taproom serves up brews that even non-beer drinkers will like.
Brian Weaver and Mathias Hauck funnel fresh ingredients from the kitchen to the kettle.
Come here to catch up with friends, not to catch the game.
Thoughtful craft beers made in small batches make this place stand out.
We've found the Einstein of beer brewing science.
This place is all about the twist from their food to their beer.
John McGroarty has tangoed with 60 different styles of beer in his first year as brew master.
John Fuduric uses his neighbors for beer inspiration.
Luke Purcell is all about having fun with his beers ranging from saisons to wheat ales.
Wine snobs and beer geeks unite at this brewery located on Ohio's largest estate winery.
Reinspire your palate with these hoppy, fruity beers.
This 40-seat brewery is old-school to the core.
This brewery pays homage to the area's Slovenian roots with Eastern-European style beers.
Ohio's first craft brewery still keeps up with the trends.
Creative brews will put this German gem on the top of your list.
Everything about this brewery is a family affair.
All the beer here is made with ingredients shipped from Germany.
You won't find any overspiced or heavy alcohol beers at this classic joint.
These award-winning brews are accompanied by nightly events and a hearty menu.
Inspired by Benjamin Franklin, the duo looks toward a successful future.
Come here after class to grab a pint or come here to show off your own brewing skills.
Medina County's first craft brewer offers something for the traditional sipper and the adventurer.
Put down that Bud Light and give a Cleveland-made brew a try.
Grab a beer, play some pinball and grab some grub from the rotating lineup of food trucks.
Its newly expanded facility can pump out 3,000 gallons of beer per day.
Sitting on the lesser-trafficked side of town, Masthead Brewing Co. serves up wood-fired pizzas with its beers.
Grab a beer that is sweet and punchy enough to rival your favorite cocktail.
This small brewery can get as creative as it wants with a one-barrel system.
Platform is now churning out its New Albion Red and Oatmeal Stout.
From Ohio City to Canton, we're looking forward to these fresh spots.
Cleveland's industrial past meets its creative future inside of Noble Beast.
Experimentation and authenticity have been key for Platform's rising success.
Chemist-turned-brewer Ronald Shea will give you a science lesson on the art of making beer.
You won't find a complex beer here, but you will see loads of local ingredients.
The nearly 20-year-old brewpub has a list of time-tested seasonals.
Sip on a beer-wine hybrid or snack on a clam-covered "apizza" at this experimental spot.
Find comfort in the classics at this 16-handle taproom.
Weird ingredients are Ralph Sgro's forte having brewed with everything from smoked pig bones to gummy worms.
Brew your own beer in their 20-barrel system.
While they don't have a taproom yet, you can still find them locally.
This cash-only tap room has plans to expand all the way to The Flats.
Matt Cole shows us that not all IPAs are created equal.
Starting with a brewery kit he got for Christmas, Patrick Armstead now makes authentic German beers at his nanobrewery.
Ralph Sgro tell us what we can expect in our glasses next.
Even if you're not a fan of porters, Willoughby Brewing Co. will win you over.
Drink up like it's your job at this brewery that pays homage to Cleveland's working class.
From birds to booze, we have the recipes to impress your crew.
Chef and co-owner Hunter Toth pay homage to classic dishes.
From vegan, apple and pumpkin, these pies take the cake.
Chef Shuxin Liu takes the classic Japanese noodle to another level.
The Playhouse Square spot offers authentic Middle Eastern cuisine with just enough heat to keep you wanting more.
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How the love for a losing team brings us together.
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Owner Allyson Kindlesparker tells us how to make the most of you trip.
Cleveland's first black mayor is honored on the 50th anniversary of his election.
A $10 million renovation to a Millionaires' Row mansion brings new life to the kid-friendly place.
The yearlong program will consist of art, research and community involvement.
Participant Ryan Levine tells us about his love of film.
Derf Backderf recalls what his friend and classmate was like at Revere High School in Bath.
We talk to the punk rocker about Cleveland, influencing rock and more.
Hoping to raise literacy rates in Cleveland, the Slavic Village program allows a take-a-book, leave-a-book approach.
His Glenville building will now serves as the Front International art residency.
The Tremont bookstore returns with an expanded space that includes a Crust pizzeria, coffee shop and more.