Tickets On Sale For Downtown Dine Around

Monday, April 22, 2019

It’s time for another helping of food from downtown Cleveland restaurants during the Downtown Dine Around on Thursday, May 2, from 5-8 p.m.  

Downtown Cleveland boasts locally owned and operated restaurants of variety and quality ranging from fine dining to a quick bite, from new businesses to historic locations.  To showcase these dining options Downtown Dine Around offers an opportunity to check it all out for one low price. 

There will be food samples at each of the 11 dining establishments all within walking distance.  Live music will fill the air with performers on Ocoee Street, 1st Street, 2nd Street, and at First Street Square.  

The 11 participating restaurants include Bear Brew Coffee, Café Roma, Cobblestone Grill, Catch Bar & Grill, CBC Cleveland, Little Diner on 1st, The Mill Coffee, The Press, Stack Southern Bistro, Mash & Hops, and 5 Point Café. 

Guests may also check out the work of local artists in the Back Alley Gallery located in the Alley between 1st and 2nd Street.   

Two restaurants will be in pop up locations including Little Diner on 1st next to AR Workshop Cleveland and The Mill Coffee at First Street Square.  

Retail stores are open for the evening and offering specials including AR Workshop Cleveland, Bienestar CBD, Checkered Past Revamped Furniture, Element, Hyderhangout Quilt Fabric & More, Ocoee Cigar, Project:Free2Fly, Pumpkin Pie Children’s Boutique, Terra Running Company, The Bench Jeweler, The Mill Coffee, The Small Town Girl Boutique at Rouge Beauty Lounge, and 
What A Hat.  

Tickets are on sale now for $25 each and available at Café Rome, Catch Bar & Grill, and Bank of Cleveland Main Office. This is a rain or shine event.      

For more information call Mainstreet Cleveland at 479-1000 or visit the Mainstreet Cleveland Facebook page, or on the web at www.mainstreetcleveland.com.  



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