Ohio City Named One of Ten Best Places in the World to Bar Hop

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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Dublin, Ireland; Brooklyn, NY; Seville, Spain; Portland, Oregon; Aspen, Colorado; Austin, Texas; New Orleans, Louisiana.

And Ohio City?

Sure, why not.

USA Today's travel section laid out a list of ten great places to bar hop in the world, and they rightfully recognized that Cleveland, OH, deserved to be on the list with the aforementioned meccas of socializing and libations. And not for the Warehouse District, where striped shirts, Red Bull, and crowded, sub-par clubs rule. But glorious Ohio City, where you can booze away a night pacing from Bier Market to Great Lakes to ABC to the Old Angle and more.

Their take after the jump.

Ohio City, Cleveland

This trendy neighborhood is a Midwest crowd-pleaser. Discover its appeal by hopping over to McNulty's Bier Market, a Belgian beer bar that houses Speakeasy, a prohibition-era cocktail bar in the basement. Then, "hit up the nationally renowned Great Lakes Brewing Co., or for retro grunge and cheap beer, try The Garage Bar," Cockrell says. Coming soon: Market Garden Brewery, an outdoor beer garden. 216-781-3222.

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