Cities in Kuyahoga County, Ohio, USA
Cleveland Heights is a suburb of Cleveland, northeast Ohio.
US322 goes through Cleveland Heights.
- The Coventry district, Coventry Avenue, is known for shopping, restaurants and bars. Although it was once an evacuation center for artists, the commercial development has continued to be attractive.
- Cedar Lee District. located in the A Road between Scarborough and Superior, mostly between Corydon and East Derbyshire. This area is known mainly in restaurants and bars. There is also the main building of the University of Cleveland Heights Library.
- Cain Park 1, 14591 Superior Rd. In a fairly small park in the middle of Cleveland Heights, there are six tennis courts, a small pool for children, a basketball court, a sled hill, and two stages of entertainment.
- Cain Park Bicycle, 1904☏ Lee Rd, .
- 1 Tommy's, 1824 Coventry Rd, . Su-Th 9AM-9PM, F 9AM-10PM, Sa 7:30AM-10PM. In addition to the traditional hamburgers and sandwiches, there are a number of dishes available, including a specialty vegetarian vegetarian vegetarian vegetarian vegetarian vegetarian vegetarian vegetarian diet, and famous French fries and shakes.
- 2-stone kiln, 2267 Li Ward (Sugikaze Ward)1 216 M-Th 7AM-8PM, F 7AM-9PM, Sa 8AM-9PM, Su 8:30AM-7PM. It offers a wide range of fresh bread, sandwiches, salads, soup, pastry and drinks.
- 1 Grog Shop, 2785 Euclid Heights Blvd (Covenentry Rd), ☏ . a live music venue
Cleveland-specific hotels in the University Circle district are very close to Cleveland Heights.
- Crest B&B, 1489 Crest Rd, .
- Lee Road Heights Library 2345 Lee Rd, ☏+1-216-932-3600.
- 1 University Heights - University Heights was named after John Carroll University, a private liberal arts university, which was established by the Society of Jesus in 1886 and relocated to its current location in 1935. This small town in the suburbs is nicknamed "a town of a beautiful house," and many houses go back to the early 1900s. In addition to universities, there are few attractions that attract tourists, but there are many options for parks, public pools, meals and shopping.
- 2 Shaker Heights - Established in 1822 as the Northern Union Settlement of the Religious Shaker Society, and Shaker Heights was redeveloped in 1912 as a garden area for commuters to Cleveland, becoming one of the oldest planning areas in the United States. Today, a magnificent building is built in the suburbs and many houses and buildings taken up in architectural materials. Visitors can also enjoy a beautiful artificial lake, a 20-acre (8.1ha) natural reserve, and a history museum that records the origins of the early Shaker. The city has a number of great public libraries, restaurants, and shopping spots like Shaker Square.
- 3 Cleveland/East Side - Cleveland, the leading regional city, offers a number of food, lodging and entertainment options. The Garfield Monument is the most attractive charm of Cleveland, which is close to Cleveland Heights.
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