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-See the Pros and Cons of life in CLE here: http://forums.dansdeals.com/index.php?topic=21675.msg332327#msg332327
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Airports:
-CLE is about 15 minutes from downtown and 25-30 minutes from the Jewish community.  It's a focus city for Frontier, Spirit, and United.
-The RTA (Rapid transit train) at Brookpark station has free parking and is just 1 train stop (3 minutes) to the stop inside the airport. The train costs $2.50 and the schedule is here: http://www.riderta.com/routes/redline/schedules/current#WestboundWeekday
An uber from Brookpark station to CLE is about $10.
-Uber between the Jewish community and CLE is about $30.
-CLE off-site parking is about $9/day, on-site parking is $13-$18/day, and curbside valet parking is $25/day.

-CAK is 40-45 minutes from the Jewish community and located nearby the NFL Hall of Fame.
-Uber between the Jewish community and CAK is about $45.
-CAK parking is $7/day for long-term and $15-$18/day for short-term.

-PIT is 90-105 minutes from the Jewish community. It offers nonstop service to Iceland on WOW, seasonal nonstop service to Paris on Delta, and seasonal nonstop service to Frankfurt on Condor.

Hotels:
-There is a new Hyatt Place in Legacy Village within walking distance of the Jewish community, though it's located just outside of the Eruv. It costs only 5K points/night.
-There is an SPG (Aloft) in Beachwood, but it's 3.5 miles to the jewish community.
-There is a Sheraton on the west side by the airport (30 minutes drive), a Westin downtown, and an Aloft in the flats.
-There is a highly regarded Sheraton Suites by Cuyahoga Falls/Akron.
-There is a nice Hyatt Regency downtown (25 minutes drive) in a unique vintage arcade building and an excellent spa that gives hotel guests 25% off and accepts SpaFinder certs from Costco that can be purchased for an additional 20% off.
-There is a Hyatt Place in Independence located between the airport and Jewish community with a free airport shuttle.

Transportation:
-There is a subway/light rail connecting the airport with downtown, University Circle (where the Case campus and many museums are) and the Jewish community area, but renting a car is pretty much required.

Minyan times and locations:
https://www.localjewishnews.com/minyanim/

CLE Metro Activities:
Download Aaron's (fantastic) Guide to Cleveland by clicking here

Museums:
-Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (Downtown)
-Great Lakes Science Center (Downtown)
-NFL Hall of Fame (Canton)
-National Inventors Hall of Fame. (Akron)
-Cleveland Museum of Art, one of the best in the nation and it's free (University Circle)
-Children's Museum  (University Circle)
-Museum of Natural History and Planetarium (University Circle)
-Auto-Aviation museum has lots of vintage cars and more (University Circle)
-Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage (Beachwood)
-Polka Hall of Fame (Downtown)

Amusement parks/Thrill rides/Game Rooms:
-Cedar Point has been voted "Best Amusement Park in the World" for 16 consecutive years. It has the best and several of the top 10 coasters in the world. (Sandusky, open May-October)
-IX Indoor Amusement Park (Open March/April)
-Chalet Tobogganing (November-March) on the west side.
-Fun-n-stuff (Arcades, later tag, mini golf, rock climbing, roller skating, mini go karts for the little ones, regular go karts, bumper boats, batting cages, etc.)
-Whirly ball is a spin-off of Basketball played on bumper cars.
-Dave & Busters is on the west side near Crocker Park.
-African Safari Wildlife Park Sandusky
-Kalahari Indoor Waterpark and Soak City outdoor waterpark in Sandusky.
-Memphis Kiddie Park (Amusement park for kids)
-Jumpyard for kids
-Playground World for kids
-Swings & Things
-Make Believe (Parma)
-Adrenaline Monkey
-Play Cle

Beaches/Water Activities:
-North Coast Harbor Marina has Jet skis for 100/hr and 60/half hr. Paddle boats, kayaks, and paddle boards are $25/hour or $15/half hr (Downtown).
-Edgewater beach park
-Mentor Headlands beach park
-Geneva on the lake.
-Jet Pack Water Adventures in Sandusky

Sports:
-The Indians, Cavs, and Browns provide major league sports entertainment in downtown Cleveland along with the minor league hockey Lake Erie Monsters.  Browns games are great with some of the best/craziest fans in the NFL and the Indians have a glatt kosher hot dog stand.
-There are minor league Indians teams in Akron and in Eastlake on the east side of Cleveland.

Other activities:
-Segway tour of Downtown CLE
-Zoo and Rainforest (Free for CLE residents on Mondays)
-Aquarium (Downtown)
-Horseshoe Casino, Smoke-free! (Downtown)
-Cleveland Orchestra, one of the "Big Five" American orchestras (University Circle)
-Playhouse Square, second largest theater complex in the United States with Broadway shows at a fraction of the cost on Broadway.
-East 4th downtown pedestrian street district (bars/comedy shows/bowling/casino).
-Lake Erie Islands/Put-in-Bay.
-Big Fun novelty toy store (Cleveland Heights)
-Chagrin Falls is a quaint village on the east side to walk around and you to can be chagrined by the falls.
-Outdoor Ice Skating. (University Circle)
-Amish country.
-Horseback Riding

Shopping:
-Legacy Village is an outdoor mall in the Jewish community.
-Pinecrest is a new outdoor mall and is a great place to walk around. Big Fun has lots of kosher candy and popcorn. Graeter's has Star-K parve sorbet and Star-D ice cream. Pinstripes has bocce and bowling and games are just $1 for the last hour of each day.
-Beachwood Place is an indoor mall in the Jewish community.
-Eton is a high-end strip-mall near the Jewish community.
-Crocker Park is an excellent outdoor mall on the west-side of town.
-West Side Market is a world-renown indoor food and produce market in Ohio City west of downtown (Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday)

Hiking/Nature:
-Cuyahoga Valley National Park and Train rides.
-The "Emerald Necklace" is a chain of green Metroparks with great hiking that surrounds Cleveland.  October should be perfect to view the fall foliage.
-Acacia reservation is in the jewish community.
-Squire's Castle in the North Chagrin Reservation of the Cleveland Metroparks.
-Squaw Rock in South Chagrin Reservation of the Cleveland Metroparks.

Nearby Cities:
-Erie/Presque Isle Beach (1.5 hours)
-Pittsburgh (2 hours)
-Columbus (2 hours)
-Detroit (2.5 hours)
-Niagara Falls (3 hours)
-Toronto (4.5 hours)
-Chicago (6 hours)
-Baltimore (6 hours)
-NYC (7 hours)
-Lakewood (8 hours)

Microbreweries:

-Bottlehouse microbrewery (You can bring your own food!)  (Cleveland Heights, 4.5/5 DD stars)

-Great Lakes Brewpub and Brewery in Ohio City (Don't miss the mob-era bullet holes, tours available, 4.5/5 DD stars)

-Market Garden Brewery in Ohio City

Kosher Eateries:

Delivery is available on:
UberEats: Bar Sushi, Jade
Doordash: Arova, FishStix, Grand Coffee, Isis, Kantina

1. Arova (South Euclid)
Good shnitzel, decent Shwarma, mediocre Falafel in homemade Laffas.

2. Bagel Shoppe (South Euclid)
Don't miss the excellent Jalapano bagels and ask them to add garlic crunch inside. Shabbos takeout (dips/kugels) is available here.
https://www.facebook.com/pg/TheBagelShoppe/about

3. Bar Sushi(Beachwood)
New sushi store with small eat-in area. You can bring sushi next door and eat in at Bar None where they serve kosher wines and beers.
https://www.facebook.com/pg/barsushicleveland/about/

4. FishStix (Beachwood) has excellent fish and chips. Shabbos takeout (dips/kugels) is available here.
https://www.fishstixonline.com/

5. Jade(South Euclid)
Delicious chinese food: Steamed dumplings, fried won-tons, hot and sour+wonton combo soup, spicy mala chicken, sesame chicken, lemon chicken are all great. Shabbos takeout can be ordered from here in advance.

6. Kantina (Cleveland uptown/University Circle): Burger, Kantina Burger, Shnitzel, Shnitzel fried steak , Cookie Dough Shake, Buffalo chicken, Felafel, and Fries are all very inexpensive.
https://www.kantinakatering.com/new-page
https://www.doordash.com/store/kantina-cleveland-202802/

7. Kinneret Pizza (Cleveland Heights)
Very good plain pizza, order with extra sauce and well done. Avoid the toppings. 
Excellent garlic knots. Very good homemade onion rings and cauliflower.  Sushi is very good when fresh. Good spicy fries and decent Eggplant Parmesan.  Delicious soft serve Ice Cream with 8 flavor choices.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kinneret-Kosher-Pizza-Restaurant/100882353290369

8. Issi's Pizza (South Euclid)
The pizza is made in a conveyor belt oven. You'll either like it or hate it.  Try the felafel pizza with extra sauce and request it made well done.
http://issisplace.com/
https://www.doordash.com/store/issi-s-place-south-euclid-304154/

9. Sababa (South Euclid)
Decent Sushi, Japanese, and Israeli food.
https://www.facebook.com/pg/Sababa-Cuisine-655818931222332/about

10. Subway (Beachwood)
Typical Subway with parve cheese available.
http://www.mandeljcc.org/kosher-subway/mandel/

11. The glatt kosher hot dog stand at Progressive Field (Downtown Cleveland, 4/5 stars) near section 149 is open during Indians games and is under Cleveland Kosher. 2018 price is $8 per hot dog. Be sure to ask for packets of Bertman mustard.
Bring your own water bottles to avoid paying $5 for water!
https://www.cleveland.com/entertainment/index.ssf/2017/06/what_does_kosher_mean_at_the_b.html


-JSL Catering has occasional restaurant nights and has shabbos takeout available with advance ordering.
https://jslcatering.com/

-Ungers Bakery & Kosher Market (Cleveland Heights, Donuts: 5/5 DD stars, other bakery goods: 2/5 DD stars) closes at 8pm, but often may let you in later as they have bakers there all night long.
My favorites are the custard and cinnamon donuts. Others love the Miami and glaze donuts.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ungers-Kosher-Bakery-Food-Shop/115920261762129

-Chocolate Emporium (South Euclid) has chocolates made on-site as well as other gifts.
https://www.facebook.com/pg/ChocolateEmporiumCLE/about

-Grand Coffee (Cleveland Heights) sells C"Y coffee, ice cream, and milk shakes in a Judaica store.

-Tibor's (Beachwood) has a deli with lots of prepared food and good spicy homemade salami and beef jerky.  They also carry bakery goods from Ungers. Shabbos takeout is available here.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tibors-Kosher-Meats/126208197434026

-Boris' (University Heights) is yet another butcher/deli with kosher grocery items that also carries Pride of the Farm Ice Cream.
http://www.boriskosher.com/

-Heinen's (University Heights) has a great kosher grocery section with packaged prepared meals. Shabbos takeout is available here.

-Costco (Mayfield Heights) has a large kosher section.

-Mitchell's Ice Cream (Beachwood and Ohio City, Considered some of the finest ice cream in the world. Cholov Stam under Quality Kosher, which is not a universally accepted hashgocha, so AYLOR).

-Graeter's Ice Cream (Pinecrest, Parve and Cholov Stam. Ice creams are under the Star-K, but the actual store is not.).
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Re: Cleveland Master Thread
« Reply #1260 on: March 17, 2015, 02:06:17 PM »
Can anyone suggest a good meat-restaurant in Cleveland

I can suggest one but it will be 9000 avios r/t.. which isn't all too bad. People have done it before
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Re: Cleveland Master Thread
« Reply #1261 on: March 17, 2015, 02:08:20 PM »
Can anyone suggest a good meat-restaurant in Cleveland
I think Ungers donuts are the only kosher item in Cleveland anyone ever called good.

The best meat entrees in Cleveland right now are probably in the refrigerator of Heinen's.
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Re: Cleveland Master Thread
« Reply #1262 on: March 17, 2015, 02:14:49 PM »
Seriously though kosher food to try in Cleveland is:

Unger's Cinnamon, custard, miami, and glaze donuts.

Tibor's Beef Jerky, spicy salami.

Shannon Road Ice cream, peanut butter cup, cookie dough, snikerdoodle, and toffee bar.

Bagel Shoppe, Jalapeno bagel with cream cheese and garlic crunch. Garlic bagel with cheese omelet and hash browns.

Contempo Fudge brownie's sold at Heinen's. (Many of their other foods are the best meat dishes you'll find in Cle. Their soups are the best in town as well.)

Sweet cakes by Mimi cake pops.

(I've never been to the new place downtown so can't comment on it.)
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If you have to eat at other places here are some recommendations.

Subway: Nothing really worth going for. The meatball sub, and teriyaki chicken are OK. Italian herb bread is a must. Some of the cookies are good.

Issi's: Falafel pizza well done with extra sauce. Be sure all their pies are well done with extra sauce. Some salads are good. Chili fries, and eggplant wrap are good as well.

Jerusalem grill: Falafel is good. Chinese food is entirely mediocre, but palatable if you are in the mood of Chinese. I like the Crispy Chicken sandwich.

Kinneret: The pizza is usually better than Issis. You should try the fried Cauliflower for something different. Eggplant parm is pretty good.

Sababa: Very hit or miss. Chicken tenders are good with their 3 dips, and the schnitzel sandwich.

Ellie's Waffles: Waffles need to be cooked longer than they normally do, flavors are usually some canned something. Get what you are in the mood of. Has such potential but they don't execute it well. Soups are usually pretty good.

Lax and Mandel: Bagels are ok, skip anything else.

Boris: He has some nice sausages for sale he makes, and beef jerky type stuff as well.

To be continued.
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Re: Cleveland Master Thread
« Reply #1263 on: March 17, 2015, 02:25:34 PM »
I think Ungers donuts are the only kosher item in Cleveland anyone ever called good.

The best meat entrees in Cleveland right now are probably in the refrigerator of Heinen's.

Nah. I'm sure the best food in Cleveland right now, meat or not, is in Dan's refrigerator.

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Re: Cleveland Master Thread
« Reply #1264 on: March 17, 2015, 03:09:49 PM »
Seriously though kosher food to try in Cleveland is:

Unger's Cinnamon, custard, miami, and glaze donuts.

Tibor's Beef Jerky, spicy salami.

Shannon Road Ice cream, peanut butter cup, cookie dough, snikerdoodle, and toffee bar.

Bagel Shoppe, Jalapeno bagel with cream cheese and garlic crunch. Garlic bagel with cheese omelet and hash browns.

Contempo Fudge brownie's sold at Heinen's. (Many of their other foods are the best meat dishes you'll find in Cle. Their soups are the best in town as well.)

Sweet cakes by Mimi cake pops.

(I've never been to the new place downtown so can't comment on it.)
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If you have to eat at other places here are some recommendations.

Subway: Nothing really worth going for. The meatball sub, and teriyaki chicken are OK. Italian herb bread is a must. Some of the cookies are good.

Issi's: Falafel pizza well done with extra sauce. Be sure all their pies are well done with extra sauce. Some salads are good. Chili fries, and eggplant wrap are good as well.

Jerusalem grill: Falafel is good. Chinese food is entirely mediocre, but palatable if you are in the mood of Chinese. I like the Crispy Chicken sandwich.

Kinneret: The pizza is usually better than Issis. You should try the fried Cauliflower for something different. Eggplant parm is pretty good.

To be continued.

I would add the peppered brisket from Boris to the list of things to try.

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Re: Cleveland Master Thread
« Reply #1266 on: March 17, 2015, 10:34:52 PM »
Seriously though kosher food to try in Cleveland is:

Unger's Cinnamon, custard, miami, and glaze donuts.

Tibor's Beef Jerky, spicy salami.

Shannon Road Ice cream, peanut butter cup, cookie dough, snikerdoodle, and toffee bar.

Bagel Shoppe, Jalapeno bagel with cream cheese and garlic crunch. Garlic bagel with cheese omelet and hash browns.

Contempo Fudge brownie's sold at Heinen's. (Many of their other foods are the best meat dishes you'll find in Cle. Their soups are the best in town as well.)

Sweet cakes by Mimi cake pops.

(I've never been to the new place downtown so can't comment on it.)
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If you have to eat at other places here are some recommendations.

Subway: Nothing really worth going for. The meatball sub, and teriyaki chicken are OK. Italian herb bread is a must. Some of the cookies are good.

Issi's: Falafel pizza well done with extra sauce. Be sure all their pies are well done with extra sauce. Some salads are good. Chili fries, and eggplant wrap are good as well.

Jerusalem grill: Falafel is good. Chinese food is entirely mediocre, but palatable if you are in the mood of Chinese. I like the Crispy Chicken sandwich.

Kinneret: The pizza is usually better than Issis. You should try the fried Cauliflower for something different. Eggplant parm is pretty good.

Sababa: Very hit or miss. Chicken tenders are good with their 3 dips, and the schnitzel sandwich.

Ellie's Waffles: Waffles need to be cooked longer than they normally do, flavors are usually some canned something. Get what you are in the mood of. Has such potential but they don't execute it well. Soups are usually pretty good.

Lax and Mandel: Bagels are ok, skip anything else.

Boris: He has some nice sausages for sale he makes, and beef jerky type stuff as well.

To be continued.
jerusalem grill. new yorker sanwich, bbq sandwich are good imho

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Re: Cleveland Master Thread
« Reply #1267 on: March 18, 2015, 10:22:30 PM »
"Looking for a future Chef.
Do you know of anybody - in Cleveland or elsewhere - who has a serious interest in becoming a professional cook/chef, or maybe a family you know outside of Cleveland with a post-high school child who has that interest and desire to have a career in this field? Or someone looking to make a career change. Age is not a factor, although maturity definitely does matter!

I'm looking to pay-it-forward, so to speak, and be a mentor to someone with the energy and passion to work hard, learn and be serious about reaching their potential.

We're looking for someone for full-time long-term work who will be my right-hand-person and who will be involved in many aspects of the kitchen and business, well beyond simply food prep and cooking.

We all know that Jewish life in Cleveland is a fairly easy sell, so feel free to share and pass thing along to friends out of town so the right person can find us and so we can find the right person!

Potential candidates can reach me directly at Dave@Chefdavescatering.com"
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Re: Cleveland Master Thread
« Reply #1268 on: March 19, 2015, 04:57:33 PM »
Abby's soup & salad review:
It's located in the Huntington bank building (not Key bank building, the other tall building; catty-corner to tower city/horseshoe casino). There are no seats in the restaurant but it's located right next to the fountains which have plenty of tables/seating and makes for a pretty nice ambience.

Pricing was very reasonable (a full meal for 2 adults was ~ $20). The soups seem to be available on a rotating basis. The tomato & rice soup was delicious and piping hot. We passed on the salads (but the salad bar looked nice ad fresh). We ordered wraps (there are only 2 options and they tasted nearly identical), they are kept in the fridge. Due to the fridge they are served cold, and would have been significantly better if they were warmed up. I did not ask, but had heard previously that they do not currently have a microwave/ warming option available (I used the soup as a sauce/warmer). I would not order the wrap again without it being served warm. The quiche was also served cold and had very little flavor. Chocolate chip muffin was fresh and delicious!

Service was friendly and nice (we had a really hard time finding it at first, and they offered an unsolicited 10% off for the inconvenience!)

Would definitely go again if we were in the area (or planned as part of a day trip to museum/lake/downtown).

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Re: Cleveland Master Thread
« Reply #1269 on: March 19, 2015, 05:52:34 PM »
Cold quiche and wraps  :o
Did you provide feedback to them?

I don't get why they can't do dairy.
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Re: Cleveland Master Thread
« Reply #1270 on: March 19, 2015, 07:25:12 PM »
i just bought the grilled vegetable wrap today in tibors was pretty good warmed up in micorwave. would hope she is going to expand her menu at her location, and serve them fresh there.

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Re: Cleveland Master Thread
« Reply #1271 on: March 19, 2015, 10:34:21 PM »
Update:

I warmed up both the wrap & quiche in the microwave and they were actually delicious  :P Go figure! 

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Re: Cleveland Master Thread
« Reply #1272 on: March 23, 2015, 11:49:09 AM »
Looking for a dirt-cheap car rental in Cleveland for about a week, starting tomorrow. Are there any locations (say, local neighborhood branch as opposed to Hopkins) that are known to be cheaper than others? I'm specifically posting here and not in the generic car rental thread because I'm looking for "inside info from the locals". :P

So far I've been quoted approximately $130 at CLE airport. Would I do better at a local branch, or with some corp code that is known to work better in Cleveland specifically, or whatever?

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« Reply #1273 on: March 23, 2015, 11:51:56 AM »
Looking for a dirt-cheap car rental in Cleveland for about a week, starting tomorrow. Are there any locations (say, local neighborhood branch as opposed to Hopkins) that are known to be cheaper than others? I'm specifically posting here and not in the generic car rental thread because I'm looking for "inside info from the locals". :P

So far I've been quoted approximately $130 at CLE airport. Would I do better at a local branch, or with some corp code that is known to work better in Cleveland specifically, or whatever?

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Re: Cleveland Master Thread
« Reply #1274 on: March 23, 2015, 11:53:30 AM »
Looking for a dirt-cheap car rental in Cleveland for about a week, starting tomorrow. Are there any locations (say, local neighborhood branch as opposed to Hopkins) that are known to be cheaper than others? I'm specifically posting here and not in the generic car rental thread because I'm looking for "inside info from the locals". :P

So far I've been quoted approximately $130 at CLE airport. Would I do better at a local branch, or with some corp code that is known to work better in Cleveland specifically, or whatever?
Under $20 a day sounds pretty good to me.
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