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Welcome to City Guide 2018

A handbook to the essential Cleveland experience

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As the rest of the country, and world, has recently discovered, there's never been a better time to explore Cleveland than right this minute. That goes for us, too. From food to the arts, from breweries to boutiques, something new and exciting is popping up around every corner. And chances are, even if you're a Cleveland lifer, there are bits and pieces of the rich tapestry woven across Cleveland's unique and diverse neighborhoods you have yet to experience. Our annual City Guide is a helpful reminder of just what you're missing, a guidebook to the essential sights, sounds and tastes from east to west that define Cleveland. Get exploring.

Downtown

Detroit-Shoreway

Slavic Village

Collinwood

Shaker Square & Larchmere

West Park

Cleveland Heights

Lakewood

University Circle

Tremont

Old Brooklyn

Clark-Fulton & the Stockyards

St. Clair Superior & Asiatown

Ohio City

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