Nuevo Mod Mex Livens up the Lakefront

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It seems like all the new restaurants and bars in Cleveland come with a view. First you had Coastal Taco with their prime location on the Cuyahoga, then Bar 32 with aerial lake views and now you have Nuevo Modern Mexican sandwiched between Lake Erie and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. How could you possibly go wrong with a location like that?

Kelly Nuevo Mod Mex

Nuevo Mod Mex is the perfect mix of tasty Mexican dishes and drinks, city skyline and lake views. If their set-up wasn’t good enough, three volleyball courts were added to the north of the restaurant where Hermes runs an ongoing league. That’s just pure genius if you ask me.


The restaurant decor is clean and modern. There is no shortage of natural light, with windows taking up every wall. You also have the option of staying inside or lounging on one of the plentiful patio seats. The restaurant is two floors, with the superior views definitely coming from the patio seating on the second floor.

View From Mod

Trying to figure out whether or not they deserve a try? I’ve already been there twice and this is what I’ve experienced.

  • The views are insanely good and the vibe is chill.
  • Their service isn’t terrible, but it still needs to be tweaked. We went for lunch and it took two hours from start to finish!
  • Their food is pretty darn tasty. It’s definitely one of the better Mexican options downtown.
  • The sides could use some extra flavor. While the main meals are good, I’m thinking that the rice and beans lack any real seasoning and they are a bit dry.
  • The margaritas are AMAZING. They are the best thing about the restaurant hands down. Try the watermelon one and you will not be disappointed. Tip: Order the flight for 3 different margaritas ($15). Choose your own speciality salt/sugar rim too!
  • As an added bonus you can check out the “Cleveland” sign while you’re down at Voinovich Park and take the obligatory tourist shot of the city skyline.


California Coast in 5 Days and 2,725 Miles

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I rarely need an excuse to travel, so when my husband bought me tickets to see Metallica in San Francisco I knew we had to extend our time in California. We’ve been talking about driving up the coast for years, but never committed. Now we had the perfect excuse to check off a bucket-list trip. We booked our trip Wednesday though Sunday, which gave us five days to cram in as many sights as we could from L.A. to San Francisco while driving an obnoxious, touristy red Camaro convertible (that I adored). Tip: Extend your trip to six or seven days to ensure you have ample time to explore San Francisco or L.A.

Camero Convertible California

Day 1: Cleveland to Los Angeles

Highlights: Sanchos Tacos and Laguna Beach

We kicked off our trip in southern California. We scored a direct flight on United from Cleveland for the insanely cheap price of $258 round trip. Tip: Travel during one of the shoulder seasons (spring/fall) for great deals. The weather will be milder, but there will be fewer people and much better prices. It can be quite rainy during the winter months, but we lucked out and had sunshine and upper 60 degree weather the entire time we were on the west coast.

For this trip, we didn’t stay directly in Los Angeles. I’ve been to L.A. a couple of times, but the traffic in the city is enough to keep me far, far away. If you do stay in the city, I would highly recommend hiking in Griffith Park to see the Hollywood sign and gorgeous views of the city below. We stayed just south of L.A. in Huntington Beach with friends that offered us a free place to crash and to act as our tour guides.

Sanchos Shrimp Tacos

Our first stop in Huntington Beach was the In-N-Out Burger. They don’t offer anything vegetarian so I just ordered fries and a shake. The shake was delicious, but the best part was that we ate outside in the sun, in February. For a Clevelander, that is a really big deal. We ended up exploring Huntington Beach a.k.a. Surf City USA and then driving down the coast to see Newport and Laguna Beach.  I quickly realized that our vacation was going to be all about the food, as I sampled phenomenal shrimp tacos at Sanchos Tacos in Huntington Beach before enjoying a fabulous sandwich and vegetarian chili at Urth Caffe in Laguna Beach. If you’re going for a chill, beach experience I would highly recommend this area of Cali.

Laguna Beach Sunset

Day 2: Los Angeles to Big Sur

Highlights: Bagelmania Oreo Mocha, Santa Barbara, Bello Mundo Cappuccino, elephant seals at Piedras Blancas and Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park

We hit the road super early (5:45 a.m.), but once we had stopped at Bagelmania for a quick breakfast and coffee, we didn’t  make it on the road till 6:15 a.m. It turned out that was already too late for L.A. rush hour and it took us two hours to get out of the city. Tip: Stay overnight just north of L.A. if you’re looking to avoid rush hour traffic or leave at 5 a.m. I would say that we kept the road rage to a minimum, given that we were on vacation and really we had nowhere we had to be all day.

Santa Barbara Monastery

Our first stop was Santa Barbara. If we had more time, I would’ve spent a half day here. The main drag looked absolutely beautiful and I’ve heard this area be called the Mediterranean of California. Definitely worth stopping if even for a coffee and a quick walk in their downtown area.

Once you hit San Luis Obispo, this is where you would hop off Hwy 101 and onto Hwy 1. We stopped here and grabbed lunch at the Firestone Grill. This place received rave reviews, but we weren’t overly impressed. The food wasn’t bad but it wasn’t great either. After lunch we grabbed coffee at Bello Mundo, where Derek attempted to teach me chess over cappuccinos. Definitely swing through for a cup of coffee before hitting the road.

Bello Mundo Cappuccino

Morrow Bay is right after this and you can see the mini-mountain rising out of the ocean from the road. Keep driving and you’ll hit the Hearst Mansion (it’s up on the cliffs to the right). They say to schedule three hours there and we just weren’t that interested, so we kept driving. Right after the Hearst Mansion is where you can see the elephant seals sunbathing at Piedras Blancas. The females had just given birth a month or so ago, so there were tons of them hanging out catching the rays. They are really great to see up close and you don’t have to walk far to catch a glimpse.

Piedras Blancas Elephant Seals

There are lots of little towns that dot Hwy 1, so it all depends what you’re interested in seeing and doing. We only had two full days to drive from L.A. to San Francisco, so we were a little picky with where we stopped. Big Sur was our main “destination.” This isn’t just one spot, but a rather long stretch of Hwy 1 that includes dramatic cliffs that drop into the Pacific. There are tons of vista points, so pull over whenever you feel the need to snap a few pictures and just enjoy the dramatic scenery around you. Whatever you do, try not to rush.

Big Sur Coastline

I would recommend stopping at Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park. A one mile round trip hike will take you to views overlooking an 80 foot water fall that drops into the ocean. Whales and sea lions  can also be spotted from up above. January through March is an ideal time to see the gray whales migrating. It’s also not a bad spot to take in the sunset.

Julia Pfeiffer State Park Waterfall

If you can (only in the off-season), don’t book a place to stay in Big Sur until you arrive. This allows you the flexibility to drive as far as you want, without feeling rushed to get to your destination. In the summertime you’ll need to book in advance, otherwise you risk not having anywhere to sleep.  Based on where we were at the end of the day, we stayed at Big Sur Lodge State Park. The rooms are normally $399 a night, but we were able to stay for $169 due to it being February. The rooms are nice, but pretty basic. We ate dinner at the lodge, and it was delicious! Be prepared to spend a lot eating in Big Sur. There aren’t a lot of restaurants and because of the location, you are going to be charged more than if you were somewhere else.

Day 3: Big Sur to San Francisco

Highlights: Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, Ventana Inn restaurant, Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park,  and Half Moon Bay

In the morning we got up early (which seemed to be a theme this trip) and went back to Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park to go hiking. Our concierge at the lodge had recommended the EWoldson hike. What she failed to mention is that the first three miles of this six mile hike are practically straight up the mountain. I will say, it is worth the effort. You not only get to experience the coastal redwoods, but you also get fabulous views of the Pacific and coastline. It took us just over two hours, so we were famished when we were done. We ended up eating at the Ventana Restaurant, which is also perched on the side of the mountain with beautiful patio seating and views of the ocean. The food was so incredibly fresh and tasty. Definitely stop and sit outside if the weather allows.

EWoldson Hike View in Big Sur

After breakfast we went to Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park, which is right near the lodge. It’s a two mile, mostly one-lane road that dumps you out onto the beach. It’s a great place to spend half a day taking in the sun, but we only stayed for a quick walk on the beach before heading back to the car. The really cool thing about this beach is the purple sand beneath your toes. Once I’d gotten my early morning beach fix, we were back on the road, until yet another stop was required at the Bixby Bridge. This is a very popular stop, so we got out, took our pictures and kept moving.

Bixby Bridge in California

Once you get out of Big Sur, there is a stretch of Hwy 1 that takes you off the coast and into some less than attractive agricultural fields. Don’t fret too much, as you’ll be back to the coast before you know it. We did take the 17 mile scenic drive ($10 toll road). The views are pretty, but I’d say it is more to see Pebble Beach and the other golf courses more than dramatic ocean views. If you have the time, do it. However, I didn’t feel like the views were that much better than the rest of Big Sur.

Santa Cruz was our next stop once we got to this section. They have a great boardwalk with lots of rides (which are closed until the summer) even though it was 70 degrees and in my mind, summer. They have a cool downtown area as well and once we had refueled at the local coffee shop, we were driving to Half Moon Bay. We just happened to get there right in time for sunset. San Francisco isn’t too much further once you get out of Half Moon Bay, so we made it into the city right after dark.

Sunset along the Pacific Coast

Days 4: San Francisco

Highlights: Noe Valley, Chloe’s Cafe, Golden Gate Bridge, Golden Gate Park National Recreation Area (and Drive), Embarcadero

If you’ve never been to San Francisco, you need at least a couple of days to explore. We only had about a day and a half. We rented an apartment in Noe Valley, and I would highly recommend staying in that neighborhood. You get the sense of what it’s like to live in San Fran, while having the convenience of street parking and easy access to downtown via public transportation only a block away ($2.25 a person).

Breakfast at Choloe's Cafe in San Francisco

Like Cleveland, San Francisco is a huge foodie city. Our favorite restaurant on this trip was Chloe’s Cafe. The brunch was one of the best breakfasts I’ve ever had – banana walnut pancakes, eggs and fresh fruit served with a top-notch cappuccino. Ah, heaven! We spent a good part of the day at Golden Gate Park National Recreation Area (about 25 minutes from Noe Valley), where the views of the city and the Golden Gate Bridge are unparalleled. We drove through the park to the Point Bonita Lighthouse parking area, where views that were just as good as Big Sur were around every curve. I would highly recommend taking this little detour.

Golden Gate Bridge

On the drive back through the city we parked on Hyde Street and jumped on one of the infamous cable cars. Tip: We weren’t charged to take the car down Hyde Street from Lombard because we were so close to the end of the line. We did take it back up and that costs $7. About a third of people can get an outside seat; the rest are facing the interior. Don’t worry about taking pictures while riding the cable car. When you take the car down the hill, you can pose for pictures once the car has stopped and is waiting to be parked.

Powell and Market Street Car San Francisco

Lombard Street is prettier in the spring with all of the flowers, but still worth a stop. We spent most of our time along the Embarcadero, which is where the majority of the best sites are anyway. While Fisherman’s Wharf is okay, there are far less touristy areas along the water that are better. We ended the day with a fabulous concert by Metallica at AT&T Park. The excitement of the city for the Super Bowl, coupled with the concert, made for a very fun trip.

Lombard Street

Day 5: San Francisco to Cleveland

Highlights: Sun and Chloe’s Cafe (again)

We had just enough time to enjoy the fabulous food at Chloe’s Cafe one last time, before I begrudgingly returned the convertible I had grown so accustomed.  And we landed in Cleveland and were immediately greeted with snow. Sigh. Until next time San Francisco.

Chloe's Cafe in San Francisco

The RNC in the CLE: A Local Point of View


Cleveland is definitely showing off its red, white and blue with the first few days of the Republican National Convention already wrapped up. I’ve never seen our city look as patriotic. As a resident of the Warehouse District, I toyed with whether or not I even wanted to stay in Cleveland or if I was going to rent out our place and head for the ‘burbs. In the end, I decided to stick it out and work from home during the RNC.


As always, I couldn’t help but be curious about what was going on in the city. So with Nena in tow, we set off to see what was going on in our neighborhood. The biggest difference you see (and feel) is the amount of police stationed around the city. While part of me feels comforted, it’s also a little disconcerting to see that many police officers in one place. In the wake of the horrible acts of violence in our country right now, I pray for their safety and of the safety of everyone in the city.


Aside from increased security, the sheer number of people with cameras filming and photographing the events and activities around town is overwhelming. It seems like every other person I walked by was carrying a camera. On my run today there were detours galore, but I was interested to see that they were already moving those hideous black fences from around where events have already taken place.


Wannabe entrepreneurs fill the sidewalks selling Trump t-shirts and other presidential paraphernalia. Head to the Flats East Bank and you’ll find patriotic floats from the Duck Tape Festival including Mt. Rushmore and the Liberty Bell. In front of the Marriott you’ll have a photo opportunity with a large elephant painted in red, white and blue. And in Public Square you’ll be treated to a handful of civilians walking around with assault rifles. Yes, you heard me correctly. For the first time since I moved downtown three years ago, I felt uneasy just from the sight of them.


Aside from machine guns being spotted around downtown, the Republican National Convention seems to be running as smoothly as you could hope. While several of the restaurants downtown have been transformed into The Washington Post (Butcher and the Brewer), Twitter (Greenhouse Tavern) and The Atlantic (Blue Point Grill), I’ve been shocked by how many restaurants seem to be lacking customers.


I wonder if this has anything to do with the lack of delegates who actually showed up coupled with the fact that people were hearing horror stories about how bad downtown was going to be. I think that everyone decided to stay away from downtown, when in reality now is one of the better times to be down here.  It’s just a bit of a maze once you get here due to the road closures.



While everything seems to be going as well as it could, I think that we’ll all let out a collective breath when this week is over. What is your experience with the RNC so far?! Share your thoughts below.



Top 20 Pictures You Need to Take When Visiting Cleveland

Cleveland is THE place to be this summer. With the momentum still going from the CAVS clinching the NBA Championship and the arrival of the Republic National Convention next week, Cleveland is unstoppable. To help welcome all of our new visitors into the city, I’ve compiled a list of must see places around Cleveland that will give them the most #Instagram worthy shots. So go ahead and give indulge your inner tourist, as there is a reason these are some of the most photographed spots around town.

  1. Greetings from Cleveland Mural located in Ohio City off West 25th Street. A photograph with this colorful mural is a must and it’s only a 5 minute walk from the West Side Market.

    Kelly Greetings

    #greetingsfromcleveland #ohiocity

  2. West Side Market aerial view from the second floor balcony. Find the stairs at the front of the building and take in the market from a totally different perspective. Plus you can scope out where you want to shop without the massive crowds.

    West Side Market


  3. Superior Viaduct Bridge. Walk out onto this old bridge for some of the most beautiful views of Cleveland and the Cuyahoga River. Plus it happens to be the spot where my hubby proposed, so bonus points!

    Superior Viaduct

    #superiorviaductbridge #thisiscle #clevelandcityskyline

  4. GE Chandelier in Playhouse Square. As the largest outdoor chandelier, it’s a site that at least deserves a photo stop. Tip: It’s best viewed at night when it is all lit up.


    #gechandelier #playhousesquare

  5. Edgewater Park at Sunset. Located just five minutes from downtown Cleveland, Edgewater Park gives you peace and tranquility and beautiful views of the lake. Plus our sunsets are stellar.

    Edgewater Sunset

    #edgewaterpark #sunset

  6. Cleveland Signs strategically placed around Cleveland. These signs are quickly becoming the go-to pictures for locals and visitors alike. These signs can be found at Voinovich Park, Edgewater Park (upper) and Tremont.

    Cleveland Sign Downtown

    #thisiscle #voinovichpark #clevelandskyline #northcoastharbor

  7. East 4th Street. While also of the most happening streets in downtown Cleveland for restaurants and bars, this street is too pretty not to be photographed. Even Nena thinks so!

    East 4th Street


  8. Heinen’s Grocery Store. You’ll rarely have the opportunity to experience such a beautiful space that is also home to a grocery store. Aside from the stunning stained glass and architecture, you can do beer and wine tastings on the second floor.

    Heinens Ceiling

    #heinens #rotunda

  9. Fountain of Eternal Life. Easily one of my favorite stops in downtown Cleveland, you should definitely check out the beautiful detail of this memorial.

    Green Memorial Fountain


  10. The Old Arcade. Home to one of the first shopping malls in America, this arcade is absolutely stunning and home to the Hyatt Hotel.

    Old Arcade

    #oldarcadecleveland #hyatt

  11. The Guardians. Known officially as the Guardians of Transportation, these giant statues adorn both sides of the Lorain-Carnegie Bridge. You can either walk from Downtown to Ohio City over the bridge or catch a glimpse from the Towpath Trail down below.

    Guardian from the Towpath


  12. LeBron James Mural. While it was cool before, now that the CAVS won the NBA Championships this is a must take picture. And for all your RNC visitors, it is right outside the Q.

    LeBron James Mural

    #lebronjames #clevelandcavaliers #nbachampions

  13. Giant Freighters on the Cuyahoga River. Head on down to the river and see for yourself that it is looking better then ever and definitely not on fire. From the Flats East Bank (or West) you’ll have a prime viewing spot for these giant ships, while also the luxury of eating or drinking while you wait.

    Sam Laud Freighter on the Cuyahoga

    #freighter #cuyahogariver

  14. Terminal Tower. One of the most iconic buildings in downtown Cleveland being kissed by a giant bird. What could be better than that? But seriously, capture a shot of the Terminal Tower and the colorful art that is scattered throughout the city.

    Terminal Tower

    #terminaltower #landsstudio

  15. Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and City Skyline from Voinovich Park. While Cleveland has many beautiful skyline views, the picture from Voinovich Park is one of the best. Turn 90 degrees and you’ll also have great views of Lake Erie.

    Downtown from Voinovich

    #rockandrollhalloffame #clevelandskyline #northcoastharbor

  16. Free Stamp. As strange as this giant stamp may be, it definitely deserves a picture or two.


    #freestamp #willardpark

  17. Tremont Skyline View. This view of the city from Abbey Road gives you a more industrial perspective of the city, which is a huge part of our history.

    Tremont Skyline View

    #thisiscle #clevelandskyline

  18. A Christmas Story House. A trip to Cleveland probably wouldn’t be complete without a tour of the Christmas Story House. Plus, props are set-up all around the house to pose for silly pictures.

    Christmas Story House

    #achristmasstoryhouse #leglamp

  19. Murals in Waterloo. The largest concentration of street art has to be located in the Waterloo area of Cleveland. Located about ten minutes from downtown, you’ll be shocked at the amount of murals in such a small area. While you’re there, grab a pizza at Citizen Pie!

    Waterloo Mural


  20. Atrium at the Cleveland Museum of Art. This shot was taken on the second floor of the atrium, but don’t forget about the beautiful views OUTSIDE the museum as well.

    Atrium Upper


What’s your favorite #Instagram worthy shot in Cleveland? Share below!


New Cleveland Brunch Raises the Bar in Glenville Neighborhood


Gather in Glenville | An upscale brunch in the historic Glenville neighborhood

It is a great time to be living in the city of Cleveland. Aside from the history-making, curse-breaking NBA championship win by the CAVS, the city is experiencing a rebirth unlike anything I have ever seen. Historic neighborhoods like Tremont and Ohio City continue to rebound at an accelerated pace and new homes are popping up on every corner. Other neighborhoods like Slavic Village and Glenville are starting to follow suit.

To help celebrate and advance the redefining of these neighborhoods comes a completely new event to Cleveland, Gather in Glenville. From the creators and planners of the wildly successful Night Market Cleveland (read more about that event here), comes a new take on brunch. Imagine a mix of breakfast at your favorite restaurant + farmers’ market + concert + makers’ market all rolled into one. Yes, this event actually exists and will be debuting in Cleveland for the first time on July 10th from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at E. 105th and Superior.

Discover a neighborhood in Cleveland that you’ve probably never spent more than a few minutes in, while also devouring a delicious brunch served by local chefs. This upscale brunching experience will showcase the best of Glenville, a neighborhood with deep roots in Cleveland, while also keeping you entertained from the moment you arrive. Whether you purchase a ticket for a sit-down brunch or wait to take advantage of the food trucks on site, you’ll have plenty of dining options. You might even find yourself dancing in your seat as you enjoy local gospel and soul music.

Events like Gather in Glenville help us be part of the revitalization and evolution of our city. It’s a fun and safe way to spend time in an area of the city that you might not think of visiting on your own, while also supporting the neighborhood in a delicious and entertaining way. Mark your calendars now because this is not an event you want to miss!

Can’t make the July 10th date? You’ll have two more opportunities on August 14th and September 11th to check out this event!



Cleveland Cavaliers NBA Championship Parade

On a normal day, I would be disgusted by the amount of trash littering the streets of downtown Cleveland. But today is not a normal day. Today is the day after one of the greatest celebrations that our city may ever see with over a million fans celebrating the Cleveland Cavaliers and their amazing accomplishment of winning the NBA Championships.

I don’t know about the rest of you, but I finally feel a sense of closure after the amazing win on Sunday. From tears streaming down my face to feelings of euphoria, it still did not feel real to me. That is until the parade and rally yesterday, which acknowledged and celebrated the fact that we really did win Game 7 of The Finals. I can finally breathe a sigh of relief and let the feeling of pride for our city take over. Go CAVS!

Giant Animal Art Brightens Up Downtown Cleveland

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Okay, I must admit that I scoffed at the idea of giant animal art coming to downtown Cleveland. When I first read the article a few months ago on I was less than impressed with what I considered to be a “tacky” display of giant animals in bright colors.

Today I completely changed my mind. I never realized how monotone downtown looked with all the concrete, brick and stone. Yes, we have greenery from the trees and flowers, but you’ll be amazed how a 10-foot high fuchsia snail will change your perspective on what a splash of color can do for the city.

So where can you find these larger than life animals that have invaded our city? By the time the exhibit is complete, there will be hundreds of vibrant larger-than-life animals at the Great Lakes Science Center, Public Square, Cleveland Public Library and Convention Center. Land Studios is responsible for the Italian art collective exhibit, with a grant of $1.5 million to spruce up the city for the RNC. Made of recyclable plastic, these animals will stay in the city for a couple of years following the event.


Cleveland Rooftop Yoga Classes

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What goes better with summer than rooftop yoga? Here in Cleveland we take advantage of the few fleeting month of warmth with several rooftop yoga options all summer. Enjoy beautiful city views while perfecting your Warrior One and Shoulder Stand. Many of the locations listed below require reservations, so start planning today!

Summer Rooftop Yoga at The Shoreway

Inner Bliss is quite active this summer, as they have partnered with The Shoreway Lofts to offer a weekly Saturday morning yoga class on the rooftop of The Shoreway property, located on West 76th. From June 4 through September 3, you can register for an hour long class starting at 9 a.m. Beautiful views of Edgewater Park, Lake Erie and downtown Cleveland give you another unique urban yoga experience. Registration opens the Monday prior to the class each week and fills up quickly! Class cost is $14.

Touch the Sky Rooftop Yoga at Tremont Athletic Club

Starting June 5 to September 4 you can take advantage of the views at the renovated Fairmount Creamery, where the Tremont Athletic Club (TAC) calls home. The views of downtown Cleveland are unparalleled and will inspire you to really push yourself toward inner bliss. Speaking of Inner Bliss, that is who is also partnering with TAC to provide you this unique rooftop yoga experience each Sunday at 10 a.m. Registration opens the Monday prior to the class each week and costs $14.

viBE at Azure

If you haven’t had the opportunity to check out the rooftop at Azure, you’re really missing out. You have beautiful views of downtown Cleveland about 12 stories up, and a fun, summery atmosphere (read my review of Azure here). Aside from the fabulous cocktails, you can now do rooftop yoga at Azure on most Saturdays and Sundays through viBE at the 9. Registration is required and costs $16 for a drop-in class.

Yoga {Flow} Into Summer with Harness Cycle

Each Saturday you can Harness the Summer on the Hingetown deck for $20 or pair your yoga class with a ride in the Harness Cycle studio for $35. Classes open at noon each Monday, so register for this unique yoga experience weekly.

Music Box Supper Club Rooftop Yoga

While Music Box doesn’t offer weekly rooftop yoga classes, you can find the sporadic special event planned on their rooftop. Who wouldn’t love to practice yoga on the West Bank of the Cuyahoga River, with views of the city and giant freighters passing by? The next one is Saturday, June 18th where you can join Music Box for Yoga & Rosé for $15 on the rooftop. Check back on their website for updates on additional events.

Did I miss a rooftop yoga spot in Cleveland? Comment below and let me know where else you love to practice!