Some things never change, though: you'll still find Sugardale Dollar Dog nights, fireworks, and giveaways for this season scheduled on the event calendar.
Take the trip down to Medina for a round of Alien Vacation Mini Golf.
Winter is a desolate landscape, and you can only go on so many indoor Tinder dates before the monotony sets in.
Here are some legitimately great Cleveland date ideas that let you take the best advantage of your own backyard.
Explore the contemporary art museum’s sleek new building on the first Saturday of the month, when all exhibits are free to the public.
Bonus: Nibble on snacks from the attached restaurant, Provenance, manned by the illustrious chef Doug Katz.
The doors to 78th Street Studios -- a converted 1905 automobile factory stuffed with a variety of contemporary art -- open to the public every third Friday.
Chinese, Korean, Thai, and other Pan-Asian nationalities are all represented in this authentic sampling of one of the most ethnically diverse areas in Cleveland proper.
Hopefully you have the same taste in music, because at Jukebox, the tunes will be playing all night long from the bar's... Stocked with new, local, and touring musicians’ songs, grab some free tokens and load it up!
The fried chicken at this place is almost as famous as its old-school lanes, where you’ll have to keep score by hand if you want to win the game.
Every first Friday, the Cleveland Museum of Art fills its spacious courtyard with the biggest party in the city, with each event thematically celebrating parts of the museum's collection and new special exhibits.
Or, check out the Buckland Gallery of Witchcraft & Magick in Tremont, which manages to be both spooky and educational.
Go for a ride on the West Side Shuffle, from Park to Shop (an aptly named grocery store) to a variety of food destinations in the Asiatown neighborhood.
You can bring your own vinyl to spin on Tuesdays, and Wednesdays feature a trivia night that offers the chance to win concert tickets.