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Horseshoe Cleveland Lunch?

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Hotels & Casinos' started by bardolator, Aug 14, 2013.

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  1. bardolator

    bardolator Lifelong Low Roller

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    I live an hour from Horseshoe Cleveland but have never gone. Visiting friends may want to go there, so I am wondering about lunch choices there or nearby. Casual but not fast food.

    Any suggestions?

    We plan to hit the Rock Hall first, so restaurants between the two places would also work.
     
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    How about the buffet at the Horseshoe? It's only $13.99 with TR card and the food is good.
     
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    This might not be the place to ask since it's a message board about Vegas.

    I just got back from Cleveland last weekend but didn't stop into the Horseshoe. I thought about popping over to check it out, but the bartender at the hotel told me they charge for drinks while gambling and that they have a very limited selection of food. I believe he did mention a buffet as one of the options though.

    Outside the Horseshoe he said there were a lot of restaurants if we wanted to walk around. We opted to hit a place named Momocho that was pretty excellent. It's a funky, hipster, fusion Mexican food place. Highly recommended.

    Oh, on a side note, we did the Rock HOF and the Pro Football HOF. The Rock HOF takes a good 4+ hours. You can easily spend 2 hours on the lower level alone. If you're big Stones fans, the upper two levels are currently dedicated to the Rolling Stones history.
     
  4. Ronoh

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    Tilted Kilt is right next door and always has a nice view
     
  5. bardolator

    bardolator Lifelong Low Roller

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    Thanks for the replies, folks. We went yesterday and missed taking advantage of your suggestions, but my wife's best friend wants to go up next month, so we'll take advantage then. If you're just reading the thread now, feel free to add suggestions. We ate at a Greek place in Tower City because my wife wanted a gyro.

    The Rock Hall was the main attraction. I had not been there for several years. The permanent exhibits are much better now. They have a lot more stuff and I like the way it's all laid out.

    The Stones exhibit was very good although I had hoped to see manuscripts. Also, the 30-minute concert segment they play, although recorded well and performed in typical Stones fashion, featured some gawdawful songs. Richards in particular was generous to the Hall. The exhibit featured several listening posts, mostly ignored by the visitors, which told and gave good examples of various ways their music has changed over the years as tastes changed and different guitarists played with Keith.
     
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    I live 10 mins outside of downtown CLE on the west side so if you go back, feel free to shoot me a message and maybe I can give you a few recommendations.
     
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    bardolator Lifelong Low Roller

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    Well, for one, how's the food at the Great Lakes Brewery near the West Side Market? We were originally headed there until I saw the market wasn't going to be open that day.
     
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    Hello,

    I visit Cleveland every year and have eaten many places around the Horseshoe. Just north of the Horseshoe is Flannery's. Good food and atmosphere. There is a link below.
    There is also the Winking Lizard Sports Bar to the east near 9th Street.
    Lots of good places within walking distance.
    Good luck. :beer::beer:

    http://www.flannerys.com/
     
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    bardolator Lifelong Low Roller

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    Thanks for the link. Lizard is a local chain so I know about it. Have heard of Flannery's but never tried it.
     
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