By Erika Mailman
Perched on the southern shores of Lake Erie, Clevelanders are known for their affability and midwestern resilience and pride—and for being fierce advocates for their (formerly) gritty city and its Rust Belt heritage. Spanning the Cuyahoga River, the city offers eclectic architecture, a world-class art museum and symphony, and the first African American theater in the country.
The West Side Market is a large food market, housed in a magnificent 1912 building with a vaulted tile ceiling and clock tower. Among the 100 vendors, try Ora Bell’s Southern Cuisine with prepared foods to take away,
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