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Native clevelanders review of Lola. Please

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Native clevelanders review of Lola. Please

Anyone been ? God bad ?? How far from double tree downtown ? Thanks !!!!!

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1. Re: Native clevelanders review of Lola. Please

Strongsville, Chagrin Falls, Shaker Heights and Ohio City are Cleveland suburbs or, in the case of Ohio City, a Cleveland neighborhood:

tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g50207-d73…

cleveland.com/top-restaurants/index.ssf/2014…

The Doubletree Lakeside likely would shuttle you there and back. Otherwise, it would be a 15- to 20-minute walk, depending upon your walking speed. You could perhaps utilize Cleveland's free downtown bus trolleys to cut the length of the walk.

Edited: 09 May 2014, 21:25
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2. Re: Native clevelanders review of Lola. Please

The trolleys don't run on the weekends, I don't think.

Lola is one of my fave restaurants. It is not cheap, but the open kitchen and servers wearing jeans set an atmosphere that is both informal and slightly upscale at the same time. You can go there dressed up or dressed somewhat casually (no baseball caps or shorts).

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3. Re: Native clevelanders review of Lola. Please

The C-line (Playhouse Square, Warehouse District, Public Square) runs on weekends. The L-line runs between Public Square and lake shore attractions only on weekends until the early evening.

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4. Re: Native clevelanders review of Lola. Please

Here's a list of the 50 best things to eat and drink in Greater Cleveland, inclusive of Greater Akron, as compiled by Plain Dealer food critic Joe Crea:

cleveland.com/dining/index.ssf/2013/01/50_th…

Several of these restaurants, such as (from memory) Greenhouse Tavern, Chinato, Nate's Deli, and The Black Pig, are either downtown or in the Market District.

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