East Fourth Street, in downtown Cleveland Ohio between Prospect and Euclid Avenues, is the city's most vibrant entertainment and residential district. Within walking distance of Public Square and area sports arenas, the one-block strip is home to restaurants, nightclubs, and scores of historic, renovated apartments.
Restaurants on East Fourth Street:
East Fourth Street is lined with eateries, many with cafe tables along the brick-lined thoroughfare. Among these restaurants are:
- Lola's -- Michael Symon's eatery
- Flannery's Pub -- Casual Irish fare and music
- House of Blues -- Concert Club with Cajun cuisine
- Corner Alley -- Casual cuisine, music, and bowling, too
- Pickwick and Frolic -- Comedy Club, martini bar, full restaurant, and cabaret
- The Greenhouse Tavern -- Innovative food made with local ingredients from chef Jonathon Sawyer
- Zocolo -- Festive Mexican fare
- Saigon -- Vietnamese cuisine
Living on East Fourth Street:
The East Fourth Street neighborhood is home to more than 250 luxury, residential apartments, located in the Windsor, Buckeye, Frederick at E. 4th, and the Commercial buildings. Spaces range from 500 to 1,700-square feet and rents vary from $525 to $1625 per month. For more information on rentals, see MRN's Web site.
East Fourth Street is within walking distance of Public Square, the Cleveland Arcade, the Warehouse District, Progressive Field, and Quicken Loans Arena as well as dozens of downtown restaurants and retail establishments.
Hotels near East Fourth Street:
If you don't want to worry about driving home after an evening on East Fourth Street or if you are visiting from out of town, the area boasts several hotels. Within walking distance are the Renaissance Cleveland (check rates), the Ritz Carlton (check rates), the Radisson Hotel Gateway (check rates), and the Holiday Inn Express (check rates) on Euclid Avenue.