Best View of The City.
Great View!!! Love to watch the friday firework after tribe games there not a bad seat in the house. Cheap good bar food cheap drinks with great service.Cozy patio overlooking the river. What more could you want in the summer or winter for that matter. Great Friday nite bands lined up for the summer with no cover. Definatly has that"cheers" appeal.
Workingman's bar with a great view of the city's industrial past.. The Scene This converted-house bar sits on a lonely stretch of the Cuyahoga River, halfway up the hill on Columbus Street. It's walls are lined with cheap but nostalgic posters from the city's past. The Draw The view of downtown makes the journey to this joint well worth it. There's a super-sized lift bridge in the foreground and a colorful skyline to hold your gaze. It's a flattering snapshot of an industrial city. Local boy Joe Walsh and his classic-rock counterparts fill the jukebox, and anchoring the back corner is a vintage bowling machine. The crowd is distinctly blue-collar at happy hour. It's not fancy, but it's one of the last old-school bars along a lava-lamped river.