20 Places to Eat, Drink, and Be Merry in Cleveland on Opening Day 

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Girls in kilts. Two blocks from Progressive Field. Killer grilled wings. Need we say more?
Positioned at Boardwalk & Park Place, the Harry Buffalo is a dependable haunt for any ballgame.
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This seasonal venue has a legendary outdoor deck that's within ear shot of the Home Run Porch at Progressive Field. Also, look out for the Barrio food truck parked right outside their deck.
Right across the street from Progressive Field on East 9th, Brickstone is a cool place to catch the game while munching on some brick oven pizza.
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Always packed for Opening Day, Southside is a great place to watch the Tribe and have some chicken and waffles.
Located on the East Bank of the Flats, Flat Iron Cafe has a solid bar, tasty pub grub, and a personal shuttle to the game.
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Located on the outside of the Galleria Mall on East 9th, this locale is perfectly positioned to catch those folks to and fro the game without being in the "lion's den."
This dive sports bar is a must stop if you are watching the game downtown- that is, if you can get in!
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Old school bar with a bowling machine and T.V's. Welcome to Cleveland, where all you need is your Tribe shirt.
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Not to be forgotten in the downtown mix is the stoic Hard Rock Cafe. This visually stimulating venue is a cool place to kick off the big day. It also doesn't hurt that it's two blocks away from The Prog.
This is *the* spot to catch the game on West Sixth. It has a ton of T.V.'s and big time energy.
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In the middle of nightclubs and high end restaurants is the Warehouse District's classic bar: The Map Room. If this area of Cleveland is your hang out spot, then this is the place to catch the Tribe. Plus, the pizza is delicious.
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Either spend the day at the Treehouse Bar or catch the Indians shuttle roaming through Tremont. Either way, grab the perfect pint and enjoy!
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You can choose from numerous locations across northeast Ohio to watch the big game while enjoying french fries stuffed inside a capicola panini.
These Gateway bars depend on a successful Tribe season. This by far is one of the coolest bars in the Gateway. Show some love on Opening Day to the Clevelander.
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The trendy spot on West 25th Street has also become a sports watching destination. Townhall will roll out the red and blue carpet and drop their big screen for the big event.
Parma and Parma Heights have huge Tribe communities and Cleats is the perfect spot to catch the game. Plus, if you are going to the game, they have a location inside the ballpark.
You don't have to be an Irish Tribe fan to appreciate this pub; a legendary pub in the heart of one of the hottest areas in Ohio.
This former movie theater boasts the largest screen in the region. How about a 10 foot view of Nick Swisher anyone?
Bumble Berry and The Tribe. Oh yeah, and smoked chicken wings. Enjoy.
This dive sports bar is a must stop if you are watching the game downtown- that is, if you can get in!