Details, Cleveland

Friday, September 24, 2010; 3:22 PM

Want to take a spur-of-the-moment trip to the Ohio City neighborhood of Cleveland? Here's what you need to know for the weekend of Oct. 1-3:

Getting There

Continental and United fly non-stop to Cleveland from BWI Marshall, with fares starting at $220 round trip. The Red line of Cleveland's transit system, the Rapid, runs from the airport through downtown and out to Ohio City for $2.50 one way.

Where to Stay

J. Palen House B&B

2708 Bridge Ave.


Six rooms, all with private baths, $129-$199 per night.

Stone Gables B&B

3896 Franklin Blvd.


Five rooms, all with private baths, $120 to $190 per night.

Where to Eat

Flying Fig

2523 Market Ave.


Local and seasonal American cuisine, suitable for a special occasion dinner. Entrees $15-$29.

Bar Cento

1948 W. 25th St.


Local ingredients, Italian accented. Pasta $13-$15, meat course $17-$21.

Great Lakes Brewing Co.

2516 Market Ave.


Brewpub-style food and Great Lakes beer. Entrees $10-$15.

What to Do

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

1100 Rock and Roll Blvd.


Listen and learn all things rock. Special exhibit "From Asbury Park to the Promised Land: The Life and Music of Bruce Springsteen" runs through Dec. 31. Open daily 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. (to 9 p.m. Wednesday). Adults $22 one day, $33 for two days.

West Side Market

West 25th & Lorain


More than 100 vendors in a landmark building that dates to 1912. Open Monday and Wednesday 7 a.m.-4 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 7 a.m.-6 p.m.

East Fourth Street

Between Euclid and Prospect avenues.

More than a dozen restaurants, plus other entertainment venues, on a pedestrian-only block. Site of Iron Chef Michael Symon's restaurant Lola.



All flight and lodging info valid as of press time Thursday.

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