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If you want a loaded corned beef sandwich, try Slymans on 32 (or so) and St. clair , or the Superior Cafe/Deli, corner of 30th and superior. restaurants are owned by brothers, and the sandwiches are Freakin HUGE.... (BOTH close around 3pm, but they open early, for breakfast, don't miss their CB hash) (when you oder ask for a box of shavings... you wont regret it!!!!)
http://www.slymans.com/


If your downtown, (and since your going to the R & R hall of fame I assume you will be) try
Lola's on East 4th street, it is owned by michael Symon, (the newest Iron Chef)
http://www.lolabistro.com/

If your in the mood for snacking, go to West 25th to the west side Market... ther is a stand in the corners (one of them) that sells (for eating), the absolute BEST Bratwurst, once you eat them you'll throw Johnsonvilles in the trash...plus there are many stands there with baked goods, and lots of stuff for Snack-touring.

do you like chicken wings? and fried catfish.... PM me and I'll take you to a place that has wings and catfish (full 3 section wings) so good it will make you slap your momma... Its strictly carryout.
and you need a pass:shock: (Kidding, Kidding):p:lol:
 

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Don't know about places to eat, but if you go to progressive.com. then motorcycle insurance. there is a $3.00 off discount coupon. Probably need a coupon for each person. Could use the savings for desert. :eat2: Already have mine printed out. Get there early, it gets hot & crowded.
 

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Be careful if in downtown cleveland. Pretty ghetto. Use Credit cards and don't bring much cash.

E. 4th is an up and coming area with wine bar, mexican rest. (GOOD margis), other types of food and entertainment (comedians, music etc). Hard Rock backs up to it. It's about 2 blocks off the square.
 
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