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I’ve had an opportunity to travel to Cleveland and walk through Little Italy several times. On each trip I try a new restaurant and so far all have been enjoyable. The range in eateries runs the gamut, from lunch time cafes to very nice establishments.
Little Italy is an area of Cleveland demonstrating great Italian heritage with a number of authentic Italian restaurants, bakeries, shops, festivals, and occasional bocci ball matches. Parking is difficult, but it is fun to walk the area and see the sights. The District is only...More
With its brick streets, old school mixed use buildings and wall murals, Little Italy retains much of the charm it had in the '50s and '60s when generations of families stayed within the fistful of blocks that made this neighborhood a dining destination. Today, the...More
Caught the train from downtown. Walked up the road and then realised Little Italy was basically one short street with Italian restaurants, bakeries and shops. Frank Sinatra was being played through loudspeakers which gave a bit of an atmosphere. All good but not really worth...More
Yes there are only a few blocks to walk past all the shops, restaurants and bakeries, but on a warm summer evening it is such a beautiful place! The food is great, there is music, people sit outside enjoying life, it is such a feeling...More