Before Ohio City was Ohio City and before Detroit-Shoreway housed the Gordon Square Arts District and before Hingetown or SOLO even arrived in the imaginations of young creative developers, Tremont was Tremont, or, depending on your age, the South Side — a hub for artists and castoffs on the fringes of Cleveland’s industrial valley. And even before that, it was a neighborhood for workers in the industrial valley itself. Today, remnants of its arty origins remain, with galleries galore. These days, though, the major attractions are its food and drink offerings. Many of Cleveland’s most celebrated restaurants and chefs call Tremont home. Densely populated with families, yuppies and scions of the Polish Veterans Alliance, this Cleveland hood — beautiful to look at and priceless to own — is a gem.