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Fat Fish Blue

Fat Fish Blue, Cleveland's original Louisiana-Creole restaurant and blues club, is celebrating 10 years of gumbo and good times on the Corner of Prospect & Ontario. Fat Fish Blue is the BEST place in town to catch local and big name blues artists on stage 5 nights a week.

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International Exhibition Center (I-X Center)

With over 1 million square feet of space, including an 800,000 square foot main exhibit hall, the I-X Center is one of the largest meeting, convention and exhibition centers in the country.

Our diverse show schedule includes public events, featuring one of the country'

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Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and The RainForest

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, founded in 1882, is one of the oldest and largest zoos in the United States. Located on 168 rolling, wooded acres just minutes from downtown Cleveland, the Zoo is home to thousands of animals representing more than 600 species.

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Table 45

Table 45 has culinary and design elements never before seen in this region, including ambient sound computer monitoring linked to the audio system to continuously adjust music levels to the changing moods of the five separate dining areas.

The concept for Table 45

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Cleveland Botanical Garden

Explore the exotic worlds of Costa Rica and Madagascar in the new Glasshouse the only one of its kind in the world. Also enjoy 10

Cleveland, OH Botanical Gardens

Things to do near Cleveland, OH

Mill Creek Park Golf Course -South

Course Access: PublicHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: 3 days...

Pine Hills Golf Club

Course Access: PublicHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: 7 days...

Dorlon Golf Club

Course Access: PublicHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: 1 days...

Kirtland Country Club

Course Access: PrivateHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: Yes...

Westwood Cemetery

Here lie former slaves, famous abolitionists and many who have become known as Oberlin's faces of change. The natural bea...