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If you’re into that kind of thing, check out the Browns (football), Indians (baseball), Cavs (basketball), and Monsters (hockey). Cleveland State University’s GSA Nearby Oberlin College is a queer oasis and is definitely worth a visit if you have an hour to spare to drive through some cornfields. I’ll be frank here: Gay Pride in Cleveland could use a bit of a face-lift.
Still, it’s awesome and heart-warming and endearing to see so many queers doing their queer thing in Downtown Cleveland.
tasting events at the Cleveland Heights location where: 1) The fee is only to taste five drinks and appetizers.
2) The high-end store attracts an upscale, educated clientele.
Cleveland Critical Mass, clevelandcm.wordpress.com: Meet fellow bikers and active types at this monthly cycling event/mass bike ride, suggests Averbach. Cleveland Society for the Learned, facebook.com/The Booker TCleveland Society For The Learned: Mingling is a must at these monthly book swaps around town -- you have to persuade someone to take your book, so you have to talk to lots of people. ' is a great way to break the ice," says Booker co-founder Ivana Batkovic, 29, of Cleveland.
"We place our contact info on the inside of the cover, so if there is chemistry, swapping books can also mean swapping contact info.
Happy Dog (5801 Detroit Avenue, Detroit-Shoreway) — Hot dogs, not-dogs, 50 gourmet toppings, and tater tots. Tommy’s (1824 Coventry Road, Cleveland Heights) — A Cleveland vegetarian institution. Felice Latitude 41 (5712 Detroit Avenue, Detroit-Shoreway) — Lesbian-owned cafe/diner Melt (Cleveland Heights and Lakewood locations) — Not your mama’s grilled cheese. West Side Market (1979 W 25th St., Ohio City) — Indoor market that’s celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. Nate’s Deli (4116 Lorain Avenue, Ohio City) — Adorable family-owned middle eastern eatery Lilly’s Handmade Chocolates (761 Starkweather Ave, Tremont) You need coffee and you definitely need a nice place to be.
All of these places could be your place: Phoenix Coffee (Downtown, Cleveland Heights, and South Euclid locations) The Root Cafe (15118 Detroit Ave, Lakewood) Gypsy Bean (6425 Detroit Avenue, Detroit-Shoreway) Bon Bon (2549 Lorain Avenue, Ohio City) Lucky’s Cafe (777 Starkweather Avenue, Tremont) — Great brunch, too! A story of heartbreak, barely mended hearts, followed by more heartbreak. Cleveland Out and About — LGBT Outdoor Recreation Group Front Runners NEO — LGBT Running Group North Coast Softball — LGBT Softball League Case Western Reserve University’s LGBT Center — The adorably awkward pictures on their website do not do justice to the adorable awkwardness of Case students. The LGBT Center of Greater Cleveland (6600 Detroit Ave., Detroit-Shoreway) — Lots of great youth programs and support groups Trans Family — Transgender support groups Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) Cleveland Planned Parenthood Metro Health LGBT Pride Clinic Free Clinic Cleveland Stonewall Democrats Equality Ohio HRC Cleveland Colors of Cleveland Pride — Providing outreach services to all communities of color in an effort to bridge the racial divisiveness locally and nationally within these communities.
Mentor Headlands State Park — This is a 40-minute car ride from the city, but the expansive beaches make it totally worth it. Email ggllfcc [at] gmail [dot] com This is just a taste of what Cleveland has to offer.Bounce (2814 Detroit Avenue, Cleveland) is the go-to gay dance club in Cleveland.