Starwood will open a hotel in two historic buildings in downtown Cleveland's theater district, the company announced Thursday.
CLEVELAND - Cleveland is known for its craft breweries, but here's a first: craft liquor.
It's a first since prohibition, at least. Portside Distillery is the city's first legal distillery in more than 80 years.
Thursday night, the business sold its first bottles of "silver" rum.
The owners said getting a license to produce and sell distilled spirits in Ohio is "like chewing on glass," but they said the work was worth it.
Portside is on West 9th Street in the Warehouse District in downtown Cleveland and will open a restaurant, too, in the spring.
For now though, you can get a "Bottle of Cleveland history" for about $30.
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A new Playhouse Square sign was installed early Wednesday as part of a $16 million dollar transformation of Playhouse Square.
Cleveland's mayor led civic leaders at a celebration of a major new downtown project.
The Ameritrust Tower and the Cleveland Trust Rotunda is in the process of getting a major facelift and renovation.
A luxury hotel, apartments, Mediterranean restaurant, roof-top bar, grocery store and more is slated to open inside the former AmeriTrust tower and historic Cleveland Trust Rotunda next year.
The Indians game Wednesday night is a guaranteed win for the bars and restaurants in downtown Cleveland.
It is still months away, but if you do not have plans to ring in the New Year yet, you may want to make plans to come to downtown Cleveland.
Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to be in and around downtown Cleveland for more than a dozen events and festivals this weekend.
The heat is on in Cleveland in more ways than one during the National Senior Games.
Cleveland is ready to roll out the red carpet for 11,000 athletes in town for National Senior Games.