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Any Recommendations for Places to Go in Cleveland?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created August 31, 2011 at 1:40 PM

I'll be in Cleveland for the Cleveland airshow this weekend, and am looking for places to go to eat, play, exercise for my quasi barefoot, meat-eating, "crazy" Paleo lifestyle.

Are there any Buckeye PaleoHackers up there that can give me some places to go? I'll be staying near Burke Lakefront Airport, and aside from the obligatory Rock n Roll Hall of Fame, and partying in the flats, I'm at a loss. I would love to get to a big park and go on a run.

Thanks for your input. O-H!

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It had a heyday in the 1990's, but it's gone downhill since.

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on August 31, 2011
at 01:56 PM

I live in Cleveland.

Probably the best paleo-friendly restaurant you'll find is Brasa Grill Brazilian Steakhouse.

http://www.brasagrillsteakhouse.com/

Next to the Hall of Fame, there's the Great Lakes Science center.

http://www.glsc.org/

There are MetroPark systems all around the area with bike/running paths. The MetroParks also include the Cleveland Zoo if you want to see that. That is were the gorillas that John Durant mentioned in AHS speech and blog were.

http://www.clemetparks.com/

http://hunter-gatherer.com/blog/health-problems-disappear-when-captive-gorillas-fed-wild-diet

There is also a system of parks on the lakefront:

http://www.dnr.state.oh.us/parks/clevelkf/tabid/721/Default.aspx

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on June 24, 2012
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I was just there last weekend.

West Side Market is a must. I stayed downtown, spent a day at the casino and walked to West Side Market during the day. It's about 5 miles round trip walking from downtown but well worth it. I found some fantastic farm-fresh Paleo snacks and it was a very enjoyable trip. Lots of local farms, produce, meats, dairy, coffee and other stuff I wasn't interested in (baked goods).

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on August 31, 2011
at 06:10 PM

Another popular (but not that crowded) place to run: http://www.nps.gov/cuva/ohio-and-erie-canal-towpath-trail.htm

Excellent steaks: http://www.hydeparkrestaurants.com/maps/hp-dt/index.htm

Welcome to Cleveland, have fun!

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on August 31, 2011
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Cleveland is now quite a place. I was there at college in the 70s and it was dead and bankrupt. Dennis Kucinich was the mayor at the time.

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It had a heyday in the 1990's, but it's gone downhill since.

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