Go 'See and Do' Cleveland in 2016: CNN

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CNN dropped a fine little traveler's guide over the weekend, highlighting 16 things to "see and do" in the U.S. this year. Most of them are rather specific: a Vincent Van Gogh exhibit in Chicago, Alaska's national parks, etc. Then: "Cleveland." There's just too much good stuff happening here to pick one thing.

Here's what they're saying about us:

There's a lot going on in Cleveland: new hotels and restaurants, rejuvenation along the Cuyahoga River with The Flats East Bank development, a $32 million Public Square redesign and the Republican National Convention in July.

But what's got us really intrigued is the marriage of two great nutritional groups: beer and doughnuts.

Brewnuts started as a beer-flavored doughnut venture and is about to become a flagship doughnut-themed bar where brews used in the baking will be available on draft. Of course, concoctions like maple bacon bourbon ale doughnuts will also be served fresh from the fryer.

Located in the Gordon Square Arts District of the trendy Detroit Shoreway neighborhood, the bar is expected to open in early spring.

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