Bounce sometimes host stars from "RuPaul's Drag Race" and has a stage for live music. It's situated along Detroit Avenue, between roughly 54th and 70th streets. University Circle. Fringing University Circle to the southeast, and home to the new Museum of Contemporary Art, Uptown Cleveland is a new mixed-use development of condos, apartments, shops, and restaurants - buildings are springing up around the intersection of Euclid Avenue and Mayfield Road. Within this prosperous and neatly laid-out community, you'll find Coventry Villagewhose shopping district, between Mayfield Road and Euclid Heights Boulevard, makes for a pleasurable stroll - it's abuzz with offbeat boutiques, coffeehouses, and gay-friendly businesses.
The huge complex includes a cafe, a cabaret stage, a dance club, even an Internet cafe.
Was this page helpful? Up the steep hill from the Flats, on the northwest edge of downtown, is the historic Cleveland Warehouse Districtwhich when it emerged as a dining and clubbing destination in the '90s had a significant gay presence. Twist Social Club bartender Casey Schneider worked for the now-defunct U4ia on Berea Road in the s when it was one of Cleveland's most popular gay clubs.
Ohio's second-largest city has a good mix of luxury and mid-priced properties downtown, all within walking distance of the bustling Playhouse Square theater district and several key attractions.