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$65 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Little Italy Neighborhood Food Tour

The majority of Italian immigrants came to Ohio in the late 19th and early 20th century. Cleveland's Little Italy brought together these families that shared a common bond as they started a life in a new, exciting country.As the years passed and the community immigrated into the rest of the community, one thing in the neighborhood has never changed is the food. The best Italian and Italian American cuisine can still be found in the area, in restaurants all within walking distance of each other. Our Little Italy Food Tour will explore the Cleveland Italian culture that has existed for generations; its people, its philosophies, and most importantly its food. We will enjoy specialized dishes from a variety of restaurants; some long standing, some new to the area, while we take time to appreciate the contributions of Cleveland's rich Italian culture.Your Food Tour may include the following: • Cheese fcured meats from a local italian market • Housemade pasta • Brick oven pizza • Authentic Italian-American meatballs • Food Network personality's favorite cassata cakeOur dishes may evolve faster than our website, as we work to give you the best Little Italy Food Tour possible!

$17 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

General Admission - Cleveland Museum of Natural History

Visit: Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland, OhioThis provides general admission to the museum.

$20 Tours & Sightseeing

Zombie Scavengers Game - Cleveland, OH

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productRecommended starting location to start Zombie Scavengers. This is where you will begin your hunt to survive the zombie apocalypse. (Please start outside)Duration: 5 minutesLocation: Willard Park, Cleveland, Ohio

$99 Food, Wine & Nightlife

The Original Cleveland Brew Tour

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Brick & Barrel, Cleveland, OhioFounded in 2014 by owner and brewer, Karl Spiesman. Karl in the early days briefly thought about opening an Urban Winery instead of brewery. Luckily, he followed his heart and kept making delicious beer. With a love for the local beer scene which rivaled his love of Cleveland, this nano brewery was built brick by brick, and barrel by barrel. Hence the name! With old church pews and a blackboard bar top reclaimed from a defunct schoolhouse in the neighborhood, Brick and Barrel’s industrial feel fits right into the local neighborhood of Columbus Road Peninsula in the Cleveland Flats. Hop on a tour and come see what Karl’s brewing up firsthand with his small but mighty 3.5 barrel brewhouse that cranks out some of our favorite beers in the area. Duration: 50 minutesStop At: Terrestrial Brewing Company, Cleveland, OhioThis team of self-proclaimed hippies decided they wanted a brewpub in Cleveland that focused on the taproom styles of the Northwest, akin to something you’d find in Portland or Seattle. Forget the beer on the shelf, Terrestrial is focused on the here and now, blurring the lines on beer styles, and running a dedicated infusion line. Let our expert beer guides take you behind-the-scenes to show you Terrestrial’s keg-management system which hoists 150-pound kegs and perfectly positions them within the walk-in cooler. It’s like a giant version of those crane games but instead of stuff animals, you can win 15.5 gallons of beer!Duration: 50 minutesStop At: Great Lakes Brewing Company, Cleveland, OhioTwo Irish brothers with limited brewing experience. A city that shuttered its last production brewery in the early 80s. A neighborhood in serious need of a facelift. In 1986 when Patrick and Daniel Conway opened their fledgling operation in Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood, the odds were stacked against them. Fortunately, they surrounded themselves with a staff of passionate, knowledgeable people, and from the start committed themselves to bringing a sophisticated, diverse selection of craft beer to their home state. Two decades, multiple awards, and a whole lot of stories later, Pat and Dan Conway celebrate over two decades of brewing exceptional beer for their adventurous and discerning customers.Duration: 50 minutesStop At: Platform Beer Company, Cleveland, OhioOpened in 2014,this is the Flagship location of what has grown into one of Ohio's most revered breweries by serving an ever changing selection of styles including 20 house beers. With a 100+ seat tap room and patio theirs plenty of room for everyone.Duration: 50 minutes

$99 Day Trips & Excursions

After Hours Brew Tour

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Brick & Barrel, Cleveland, OhioFounded in 2014 by owner and brewer, Karl Spiesman. Karl in the early days briefly thought about opening an Urban Winery instead of brewery. Luckily, he followed his heart and kept making delicious beer. With a love for the local beer scene which rivaled his love of Cleveland, this nano brewery was built brick by brick, and barrel by barrel. Hence the name! With old church pews and a blackboard bar top reclaimed from a defunct schoolhouse in the neighborhood, Brick and Barrel’s industrial feel fits right into the local neighborhood of Columbus Road Peninsula in the Cleveland Flats. Hop on a tour and come see what Karl’s brewing up firsthand with his small but mighty 3.5 barrel brewhouse that cranks out some of our favorite beers in the area.Duration: 50 minutesStop At: Great Lakes Brewing Company, Cleveland, OhioTwo Irish brothers with limited brewing experience. A city that shuttered its last production brewery in the early 80s. A neighborhood in serious need of a facelift. In 1986 when Patrick and Daniel Conway opened their fledgling operation in Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood, the odds were stacked against them. Fortunately, they surrounded themselves with a staff of passionate, knowledgeable people, and from the start committed themselves to bringing a sophisticated, diverse selection of craft beer to their home state. Two decades, multiple awards, and a whole lot of stories later, Pat and Dan Conway celebrate over two decades of brewing exceptional beer for their adventurous and discerning customers.Duration: 50 minutesStop At: Terrestrial Brewing Company, Cleveland, OhioThis team of self-proclaimed hippies decided they wanted a brewpub in Cleveland that focused on the taproom styles of the Northwest, akin to something you’d find in Portland or Seattle. Forget the beer on the shelf, Terrestrial is focused on the here and now, blurring the lines on beer styles, and running a dedicated infusion line. Oh, did we mention they’re 100% dog-friendly? Expect to run into some superstar pups while we find some beers for you that are out of this world! Let our expert beer guides take you behind-the-scenes to show you Terrestrial’s keg-management system which hoists 150-pound kegs and perfectly positions them within the walk-in cooler. It’s like a giant version of those crane games but instead of stuff animals, you can win 15.5 gallons of beer!Duration: 50 minutesStop At: Platform Beer, Columbus, OhioFounded in 2014, this is the flagship location of what has grown into one of Ohio's most revered Brewers. Known for the ever changing line up of beer styles with 20 house beers on tap.There's plenty of room for everyone to enjoy a fantastic experience with their 100 + seat taproom and patio.Duration: 50 minutes

$99 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Sip of Cleveland Brew Tour

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Great Lakes Brewing Company, Cleveland, OhioTwo Irish brothers with limited brewing experience. A city that shuttered its last production brewery in the early 80s. A neighborhood in serious need of a facelift. In 1986 when Patrick and Daniel Conway opened their fledgling operation in Cleveland's Ohio City neighborhood, the odds were stacked against them. Fortunately, they surrounded themselves with a staff of passionate, knowledgeable people, and from the start committed themselves to bringing a sophisticated, diverse selection of craft beer to their home state. Two decades, multiple awards, and a whole lot of stories later, Pat and Dan Conway celebrate over two decades of brewing exceptional beer for their adventurous and discerning customers.Duration: 50 minutesStop At: Terrestrial Brewing Company, Cleveland, OhioThis team of self-proclaimed hippies decided they wanted a brewpub in Cleveland that focused on the taproom styles of the Northwest, akin to something you’d find in Portland or Seattle. Forget the beer on the shelf, Terrestrial is focused on the here and now, blurring the lines on beer styles, and running a dedicated infusion line. Oh, did we mention they’re 100% dog-friendly? Expect to run into some superstar pups while we find some beers for you that are out of this world! Let our expert beer guides take you behind-the-scenes to show you Terrestrial’s keg-management system which hoists 150-pound kegs and perfectly positions them within the walk-in cooler. It’s like a giant version of those crane games but instead of stuff animals, you can win 15.5 gallons of beer!Duration: 50 minutesStop At: Brick & Barrel, Cleveland, OhioFounded in 2014 by owner and brewer, Karl Spiesman. Karl in the early days briefly thought about opening an Urban Winery instead of brewery. Luckily, he followed his heart and kept making delicious beer. With a love for the local beer scene which rivaled his love of Cleveland, this nano brewery was built brick by brick, and barrel by barrel. Hence the name! With old church pews and a blackboard bar top reclaimed from a defunct schoolhouse in the neighborhood, Brick and Barrel’s industrial feel fits right into the local neighborhood of Columbus Road Peninsula in the Cleveland Flats. Hop on a tour and come see what Karl’s brewing up firsthand with his small but mighty 3.5 barrel brewhouse that cranks out some of our favorite beers in the area. Duration: 50 minutes