Located right where oblivion meets the railroad tracks, Pat's offers a patio view of the true Cleveland landscape: hulking white industrial tanks, steel mills, and big honking piles of gravel. Pat's regulars are so devoted, they've outlasted much of the heavy industry in the Flats/Tremont area. They like their beer and conversation unpretentious, their eggs over easy, and their bands hard rockin'. Heck, they're even allowed to book their favorite musicians to perform on weekend nights. This place is more familiar than many living rooms, maybe because it has more TV channels.
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