Cleveland’s Year; 2014

The year of 2014 is an exciting time to be a Clevelander!  We showcased Cleveland and were chosen to host the 2016 Republican National Conference.  There’s been several new restaurants, bars and store openings this year!  As many of you may already know, Cleveland sports are not known for being in the spotlight, but this past year we have been all over ESPN!  This summer we welcomed back LeBron James to the Cleveland Cavaliers.  Our Cleveland Indians were super close to making another playoff run this past October.  Our Cleveland Browns crushed the Pittsburgh Steelers in October and against all odds, the Browns are currently in sole 1st place of the AFC North.  I put together some news articles from this past year that have been major headlines for Cleveland! Enjoy these articles because I know I sure did!

1.) Cleveland hasn’t hosted the Republican National Convention since 1936. This summer the Republican National Committee chose Cleveland to host the 2016 RNC!

2.) There’s been numerous restaurant and bar openings this past year around Cleveland. Here’s a look at four that opened within 2014!  You know you want to try Mason’s Creamery, Urban Farmer, Crumb and Spigot and Butcher and the Brewer!

3.) How excited were you when LeBron James released his “I’m Coming Home” article in July of 2014? I almost fell out of my chair of shock and happiness when I heard the news!

4.) Brian Hoyer is a hometown kid from Cleveland. He played football at St. Ignatius High School and went on to play at Michigan State University.  Who would have thought a local Clevelander would have a record of 6-3(this season) and 9-3(his entire time with the Browns).  He’s a huge reason the Browns are successful this season and why we are currently in 1st place in the AFC North!

 

These are just a few of the wonderful things that are happened within the City of Cleveland this year.  With our sports teams winning and our city thriving, there’s no stopping us now!

What’s been your favorite event that’s happened this year? Let us know in the comments below!

 

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Cleveland Restaurant Week

People of Cleveland, let’s get excited because Cleveland Restaurant Week has officially begun!  Starting Monday, November 3rd through Saturday, November 15th you can enjoy a full course meal at many of Cleveland’s finest independent restaurants!  Thanks to Cleveland Independents, we are able to enjoy these restaurants at a great price!  Here’s a sneak peek of five restaurants we recommend you try out within the next two weeks!

 

1.) The first on our list is Fahrenheit, located at 2417 Professor Ave in Tremont, Ohio.  Make sure to make reservations to secure yourself a table because this spot is always happening!   Click here for their Restaurant Week menu!

2.) The second restaurant we recommend you check out is  Melt Bar and Grilled with locations in Cleveland Heights, Lakewood, Independence and Mentor.  We promise you’ll have the most gourmet grilled cheese you’ve ever tasted!

3.) If you’re looking for a delicious filet mignon, we recommend you try out Red, The Steakhouse.  They have two locations located in Downtown Cleveland and Beachwood.  Click here to view their Restaurant Week menu!

4.) Are you looking to indulge in some American Comfort Food?  If so, we recommend you give Willeyville a spin!  Willeyville is located at  1051 West 10th Avenue in the East Bank of the Flats. Here’s their special menu for Restaurant Week!

5.) Last but not least, we are featuring Flour located at 34105 Chagrin Boulevard in Moreland Hills, Ohio.  They offer lunch, dinner and brunch on Sundays! Click here to see Flour’s Restaurant Week menu!

 

These are just a few of the amazing restaurants you should try during the next two weeks.  You can find a full list of all participating restaurants and their menus here!

 

What Cleveland restaurant will you be dining at this week?!

 

RWC

 

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