For cheap eats, try the Puerto Rican eats on Rincon Criollo.
They also serve light snacks, including sandwiches and paninis, and smoothies. Watch ice cream being made and learn about their farm fresh ingredients. 1810 West 25th St., 216-512-3053, 1867 West 25th St., 216-861-2799 mitchellshomemade.squarespace.com/shop/tastingtours It’s the middle of winter and you can’t wait for the snow to melt from the trees and the gardens to come back to full bloom.At the end, you’ll receive a complimentary free scoop certificate. Luckily, Rockefeller Park Greenhouse is an escape from the grey.750 East 88th St., 216-664-2512, facebook.com/Rockefeller Greenhouse 750 East 88th St., 440-446-1466, The bright, colorful Superelectric Pinball Parlor is at the heart of Gordon Square Arts District.The oversized glass windows of the corner storefront allow you to peek out onto the bustling street – just don’t take your eyes off all the games for too long.Head to a new spot or a famous place you’ve been dying to try, and enjoy getting to know each other over french toast and eggs. If they laugh at the cringeworthy joke the rest of the room feels they *have* to laugh at, you’ll get a good glimpse into what their values are.
(Okay, it’s not always Get your hands dirty and make some art together—you can get to know each other while making a new addition for your home.
There's no better place to explore on a date than the pretty manicured lawns and gardens of a botanical garden.
Pro tip: plan to go later in the day or after the summer rush if you don't want to find yourself sweating in a greenhouse at mid-day.
It's the timeless dilemma of where to go on date night. There's no excuse to not get out and try something new. 7, 2017 There’s no excuse not to try something new on your next date.
Don't worry, we have you covered with this guide to some of the most creative, unique date ideas in Cleveland. Looking for Valentine's Day 2017 happenings around town? Maybe you want to get competitive with pinball or board games, or maybe you want to take a tour of an ice cream shop. We’ll guide you through 35 of the best places for going out, from artsy to outdoorsy. Tabletop Board Game Cafe, a whimsical addition to Ohio City’s West 25th St. But it also caters to the growing number of board game aficionados, adding new games to the mix regularly. Head across the street to Cleveland’s beloved ice cream shop Mitchell’s, where you can take a tasting tour of the facility for .50.
Art here is nothing less than a conversation starter, like a recent installation by renowned creative Soda_Jerk. After that, continue the conversation at Rising Star, where you can sit outside on the benches while surrounded by murals and passersby.