October 13, 2007

Hiatus in Creating Cleveland

I would like to apologize to the readers of Creating Cleveland for the lack of regular issues the last few weeks. The blog will be sporadic for the next couple of months, as the Dealfinder will be out of town.
Look for the full return of Creating Cleveland in January. Until then, events will be posted sporadically. Feel free to continue emailing your suggestions to me by clicking here.

Free screening of "The Darjeeling Limited" TODAY at Cedar Lee

You and a guest are invited to attend a free advance screening of DARJEELING LIMITED at 4:00 PM on Saturday, October 13th at the Cedar Lee Theatre followed by a Q&A with the film's director Wes Anderson and the film’s stars Jason Schwartzman and Waris Ahluwalia.
To attend please click here to send an email with your name.

Seating is not guaranteed. Plan to arrive early, no one will be admitted once the screening begins. Recording equipment of any kind, including cell phones, are NOT permitted in the auditorium.

Synopsis of The Darjeeling Limited is as follows:
Three American brothers who have not spoken to each other in a year set off on a train voyage across India with a plan to find themselves and bond with each other -- to become brothers again like they used to be. Their "spiritual quest", however, veers rapidly off- course (due to events involving over-the-counter pain killers, Indian cough syrup, and pepper spray), and they eventually find themselves stranded alone in the middle of the desert with eleven suitcases, a printer, and a laminating machine. At this moment, a new, unplanned journey suddenly begins. Starring Jason Schwartzman, Owen Wilson, Adrien Brody and Anjelica Huston. Rated R for language.

September 27, 2007

Free screening of The Heartbreak Kid starring Ben Stiller

The Heartbreak Kid

For a free pass for 2 to the preview screening of The Heartbreak Kid modern-day remake starring Ben Stiller, go to Melt Bar and Grilled (featured in last week's Creating Cleveland) after 5 PM TODAY Thursday Sept. 27! No purchase necessary. The showing will take place at Cinemark Valley View on Tuesday October 2, at 7:30. While supplies last.

The website for the movie can be found by clicking here.

September 22, 2007

Free showing of Sean Penn's acclaimed "Into the Wild" ...

Into The Wild

The 1996 Jon Krakauer non-fiction work based on the true story of Christopher McCandless is finally coming to the big screen after 10 years in the making. Adapted and directed by Sean Penn, the film has received great reviews after initial screenings in Toronto and should easily be one of the best movies this fall. In order to get on the guest list for the free preview screening, click here and send an email, with your name + 0 or 1 guests. The showing will be at Richmond Town Square on Tuesday 9/25 at 7:30. The guest list does not guarantee seating, just admission if there is still seating available, so arrive early!

"Into the Wild" tells the true story of Chris McCandless (Emile Hirsch), a graduate of Emory University who drops law school plans, gives his savings to charity, rids himself of his possessions, and spends 2 years wandering the continent, rebelling against society's draws of fame and fortune to experience life and search for himself on his way to Alaska. He arrived in Alaska in April 1992, and spent 113 days in the Alaskan wilderness, living in a bus, before succumbing to the elements. His story and journey were recreated by Jon Krakauer in 1996 in the book of the same name. Into The Wild stars Emile Hirsch, Marcia Gay Harden, William Hurt, Jena Malone, Catherine Keener, Brian Dierker, Vince Vaughn, Zach Galifianakis, Kristen Stewart, and Hal Holbrook.

Click here for the movie's website.

Abbreviated issue features a visit from Screech, a Warehouse District Festival redo and a Walk and Roll reprise...

The Dealfinder would like to apologize for this week’s abbreviated edition, as even I too, have exams. In return, details are coming on how you can get your name on a guestlist for “Into The Wild”, directed by Sean Penn, and starring Emile Hirsch, based on the best-seller of the same name by Jon Krakauer. Look for next week’s edition to return to Wed/Thurs.

For those new to the blog, I also have an email address (createcleveland@case.edu) where people can email suggestions or comments about the blog, in addition to the regular comments link.

Saturday
St. George Romanian Festival (FREE)
Fabulous Romanian food, an outdoor grill and pub, fresh-baked pastries, the famous Transylvania Orchestra, dancing and kids activities are just the beginning.
No cost for admission or parking. The festival will take place both Saturday from 11 AM-11 PM and Sunday from 11 AM-8 PM at the St. George Romanian Orthodox Church located at 144 30th Street NW in Canton. Call 330-492-4592 for details.

Forbidden Broadway
This edition is Forbidden Broadway: Special Victims Unit, and spoofs musical faves like Rent, Phantom, Les Mis, The Lion King, Spamalot, Wicked and many others. Check the show out on Saturday 9/22 at 8:30 at Hanna Theatre at Playhouse Square. If you can’t catch it tonight, the show will be running through December. Click here for more information.

Sunday
Red Ribbon Ride Ohio
Come bicycle through Cleveland and on the shoreline for the inaugural Red Ribbon Ride Ohio. After last week’s AIDS walk kickoff party, this event will feature 5, 15, and 25 mile routes, and will take place in conjunction with the last Walk+Roll Cleveland, which will close Rockefeller Park and MLK Drive to cars. Click here for details on how you can get involved in the cause, as well as the AIDS Walk which takes place October 6. Rides will begin and end in Rockefeller Park and will explore different portions of the shoreline.

Walk+Roll Cleveland (FREE)
This weekly event from August which was posted on the xxx edition of Creating Cleveland returns for an encore as MLK Drive through Rockefeller Park is shut down to cars once again. This Sunday, however, will feature a ton of performers, booths, and other activities to compete for your attention. Among these will be Ultimate Frisbee competitions, yoga demonstrations, and live musical performances. The event should attempt to create the atmosphere of a giant block party. Click here for details on Walk+Roll Cleveland.

Warehouse District Street Festival (FREE)
This event which was rained out from August, and featured in the xxx edition of Creating Cleveland, will take place Sunday 9/23 from noon until 7:30 PM.
The Red Bull TNT Motorcycle Demo team will make a return visit to this year's festival with shows at 2:30 and 4:30. Plenty of children's activities throughout the day. Over 25 local artists will be showcasing their unique wares. Feast on fantastic food by Blind Pig, Blue Pointe, Brasa, Cleveland Chophouse, Crop Bistro, Johnny's, John Q's, Little Bar, Liquid/Fusion, Mallorca, Metropolitan, Nauti Mermaid, Sushi Rock and XO Primesteaks. Live entertainment includes: Madison Crawl (noon -100); Latin Jazz Project (130 -- 230); J.P. & the Chatfield Boys (330 --4 pm); Carlos Jones & the Plus Band (430--600 pm); Abby Normal & the Detroit Lean (630 - 730 pm) on the north stage, while the south stage will feature Run Avril Run (noon --1pm); Yiddishe Cup Klezmer(130--230 pm); Blue Lunch (3--430 pm); Chris Allen & The Guilty Hearts (5--6 pm); and the Prayer Warriors (630 -- 730 pm). Click here for more details.

Cedar Valley Settlers Celebration and Music Festival (FREE)
Relive the sights, sounds, and smells of Ohio’s pioneer days in this celebration of the past. The festival will feature crafts, folk music, food, and hands-on activities, including fire making, spinning, square dancing, and demonstrations in beekeeping and wood carving, as well as plenty more. Bring blankets and lawn chairs to enjoy the live entertainment provided by The Pearsall Sisters (featured in the movie “O Brother Where Art Thou”) and The Infamous String Dusters, among others. Help break the Guiness Book of World Records for the Largest Harmonica Play-Along (currently 1,706)– there will be a workshop at 4 PM, and the playalong will attempt to break the record at 4:15. The Festival will run from 11 AM-6 PM and takes place at the Rocky River Reservation of Cleveland Metroparks in North Olmsted. Click here for details.

Tuesday and Wednesday
Screech at the Improv
That’s right, Dustin Diamond, the lovable Screech, from Saved By the Bell will be at the Improv downtown for two nights only in his new gig as a stand-up comic. Click here for details on the shows.

Wednesday
Budapest Blonde Fourth Anniversary Wine Tasting
Celebrate this fine Cleveland establishment's 4th anniversary with a sampling of its most popular wine. At a place where the wines change monthly, the top 3 white and top 2 reds of all time at the restaurant will be uncorked at the tasting. Complimentary appetizers will also be served, and commemorative prizes will be given out. Tickets are $30, $25 in advance. Budapest Blonde is located at 6901 Rockside Road in Independence. Click here or call 440-237-0292 for more information.

Ongoing Events/Places previously featured

Muddling Mojitos 101- Learn to make mojitos on Fridays from 5-7 PM

Something Dada!-improv comedy Friday and Saturday nights a la "Whose Line is it Anyways?"

Chucklef*ck Comedy Night- Mondays at 8 in Lakewood at Bela Dubby, 13321 Madison Ave. Lakewood.

8/22/2007 -Blue Planet Cafe Grand Opening- the new Cleveland Museum of Natural History cafe.

8/22/2007 -Silk Nightclub-new nightclub features 5 specialty bars, huge dance floor, lounge areas, VIP bottle service, Video DJs and ability for private parties, with full access to Shooters on the Water.

8/22/2007 -Mapleside Farms-Local farm known for its apples

9/6/07
-Lake Metroparks Farmpark Corn Maze
Dining Gems Around Town

Detroit Avenue is a cheese lover’s paradise

Melt Bar and Grilled
This popular Lakewood joint celebrates more varieties of grilled cheese sandwiches than you can imagine. Celebrating its one year anniversary this weekend, the restaurant is sponsoring many specials throughout from Thursday 9/20 to Sunday 9/23. And if 20 different grilled cheeses, and 10 different burgers/steak sandwiches weren’t enough, you can also substitute other cheeses, other breads, and have other add-ins. The restaurant also serves over 100 beers, a specialized wine list, and a top shelf liquor selection. There is a Sunday brunch featuring omelettes, waffles, and French toast as well. Melt is located at 14718 Detroit Avenue in Lakewood, near the corner of Warren Road and Detroit Avenue. Click here for their website. www.meltbarandgrilled.com

Cheddars
As Melt is to grilled cheese, this lesser known eatery at the border between Lakewood and Ohio City is to mac and cheese. This restaurant however, is much smaller, much simpler than Melt. With 20 varieties of mac and cheese, the varieties double the number of tables in the restaurant, and the menu consists of mac and cheese entrees, many under $10, as well as burgers. The portions are generous, and come with a salad as well. With information on it being difficult to find, I cannot add too much more than what I know from a review or two online, as I have yet to visit myself yet. However, you can get more info by calling at 216-651-1610. Cheddars is located at 5810 Detroit Avenue in Lakewood, near the corner of W. 58th and Detroit.

Next week: Budapest Blue (from the owners of Budapest Blonde)

PREVIOUSLY FEATURED:

9/14/2007 – Paladar Latin Kitchen and Rum Bar
9/6/2007 – Machu Picchu
8/29/2007 - Zocalo
8/22/2007 - La Tortilla Feliz, Around the Corner Cafe
8/15/2007 - Original Pancake House, Cafe Limbo
8/8/2007 - Sokolowski's University Inn, India Garden
8/1/2007 – Tea House Noodles, Dish Global Deli, Wunderbar

Free Movie Screenings of the Week
Remember to sign up and show up early! (usually about 30-45 minutes before the show)

No free passes listed here this week, but look for a separate entry regarding how you can get on the guest list for the “Into the Wild” screening at Richmond Town Square on Tuesday 9/25.

Dealin' around the city

Get a FREE $5 gift card to Mr. Chicken here!

Coming Soon
September 26-27 – Guide to NE Ohio’s Haunted Houses
September 28 - Cool Cleveland Pack Your Bags party
October 6 – Lake Erie Monsters

Many other things to do at the following page:
CoolCleveland

More things to win:
Cleveland.com (includes concert tickets, trip to Vegas, rounds of golf, and more)
Cleveland Scene (includes Cedar Point tickets, Mr. Woodcock tickets, and more)
WOIO.com (includes 32" TV, Put-in-Bay ferry tickets)

Permanent deals/specials around the area worth a try

Put-In-Bay Lakewood Bowling Special w/ College ID
Get 3 games plus shoes for only $6 anytime from Sunday-Thursday! Click here for their website.

Click here for some of the city’s happy hour specials, brought to you by the Cleveland Scene...

PREVIOUSLY FEATURED:

9/6/2007 – Lava Lounge - Happy Hour featuring $4-$5 dishes, $3 drafts, and $5 martinis.
8/15/07 - McNulty's Bier Markt - $3 Stella, Hoegaarden, Warsteiner, Brooklyn IPA, $2.50 Blue Moon/Labatt Blue, and $2.50 Long Islands. Free pizza from Pizza Pan is offered at happy hour on Fridays from 6-8 PM.
8/8/07 - Momocho - half price margaritas and taquitos Tuesday-Friday 5-6:30.
Lolita’s - $5 food specials, $4 wines, $2 Sierra Nevadas, 5-6:30 and 9:30-close Tues-Th., 10-close on Fri-Sat, and 4-9 on Sun.

The Dealfinder is a Case grad student that is continuously exploring to "create" more of this city by the day.

September 20, 2007

Pick up passes to see "Feast of Love" today.. full entry coming later

The full entry for this week is coming soon, but until then, here's a free movie screening of...

Feast Of Love

Pick up passes to see the free preview screening of "Feast of Love", the new film from Academy Award winning director Robert Benton, starring Morgan Freeman, Greg Kinnear, Radha Mitchell, and Selma Blair at Dish Global Deli after 2 PM today! Dish Global Deli was featured in the very first issue of Creating Cleveland back on August 1. Dish Global Deli is located at 1834 W. 25th Street in Ohio City. The showing will be on Monday September 24th at Richmond Town Square at 7:30. Arrive early to guarantee seating. Click here for the website of "Feast of Love."

Feast of Love synopsis:
In a coffee shop in a tight-knit Oregon Community, local professor Harry Stevenson (Morgan Freeman) witnesses love and attraction whipping up mischief amonth the town's residents. From the unlucky in love, die-hard romantic coffee shop owner Bradley (Greg Kinnear) who has a serial habit of looking for love in all the wrong places, including with his current wife Kathryn (Selma Blair); to the edgy real estate agent Diana (Radha Mitchell) who is caught up in an affair with a married man (Billy Burke) with whom she shares an ineffable connection; to the beautiful young newcomer Chloe (Alexa Davalos) who defies fate in romancing the troubled Oscar (Toby Hemingway); to Harry himself, whose adoring wife (Jane Alexander) is looking to break through his wall of grief after the wrenching loss of a beloved.

They all intertwine into one remarkable story in which no one can escape being bent, broken, befuddled, delighted, and ultimately redeemed by love's inescapable spell.

September 14, 2007

Sparx Gallery Hop displays various types of art citywide this weekend...(plus free screenings of Resident Evil and Eastern Promises)

This week, experience the many cultural happenings around the city, as the Sparx Gallery Hop occurs simultaneously citywide in many locations. You can also chalk it up at the Museum of Art this weekend at the Chalk Festival, where there will be featured artists creating chalk creations. There are 2 more free preview screenings taking place this week as well, notably that of Eastern Promises, which has received rave reviews. Read below to see how you can pick up passes.

For those new to the blog, I also have an email address (createcleveland@case.edu) where people can email suggestions or comments about the blog, in addition to the regular comments link.

Events of the Week(end)

Sparx Gallery Hop (FREE)
This city wide arts festival takes place in numerous neighborhoods and will feature trolleys that will run back and forth between all of the different events going on all day Saturday and Sunday, including the 18th annual CMA Chalk Festival, the 2nd annual GCAC Festival in the Galleria at Erieview, the 9th Annual Tremont Arts & Cultural Festival, open art studios in Tremont, live entertainment by Street Beats artists, and galleries and studios in Little Italy, all of which are FREE. For a full list of the Street Beats performers, who have been performing in the East 4th neighborhood on Thursdays for weeks, click here. Click here for a listing of who will be performing when. Passes for the trolleys for the entire weekend are only $5. For a complete listing of destinations, click here. The Gallery Hop will run from 11 AM – 7 PM on Saturday, and 12 PM – 5 PM on Sunday.

Chalk Festival
This weekend long event put on by the Cleveland Museum of Art is inspired by the I Madonnari Italian chalk tradition where beggars in 16th century Italy would use chalk on the plazas outside of cathedrals to copy paintings by the artists of the time. See all of the art produced, or make your own! FREE to see, $8 for a 12-color box of chalk to make your own drawing! The Chalk Festival will take place in the Museum of Art’s Fine Arts Garden. Click here or here for details and pictures of last year’s Chalk Festival. There will also be a workshop for those interested in learning chalk art, including materials, and a square to create your own drawing, as well as live musical entertainment on both Saturday and Sunday.

Tremont ArtWalk & Arts and Cultural Fest
The monthly Tremont ArtWalk coincides with the Arts & Cultural Festival and Sparx in the City for a weekend of arts celebration across the city. Tremont’s many restaurants and art galleries will be featuring work of some of the area’s best artisans. For details on what locations will be featuring what works, click here.

Friday
Cleveland AIDS Walk Kickoff Rally
This after-work party will take place at the Blind Pig on Friday 9/14 from 5:30-7:30 PM. After-work food, music, and the opportunity to meet others who are fighting to end HIV/AIDS will be provided. There will also be a cash bar, and the opportunity to sign up for the first Red Ribbon Ride Ohio on 9/23, which is a family-friendly bicycle ride of 5/15/25 miles through Rockefeller Park and various Cleveland sites including Euclid Beach, Wildwood State Park, Downtown, Edgewater Beach, Whiskey Island, The Flats, and other parts of the Lake Erie shoreline. The bike ride is $20 for students, but the party on Friday is FREE.

Latino-style Music Dancing, and Storytelling
Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month at the Cleveland Public Library branches from 9/13-10/31. Programs are free and open to the public. The kickoff event will take place on 9/14 from 6-9 PM at the Carnegie West Branch located at 1900 Fulton Road, and will include music, dancing, and storytelling. Other events later in the month will include music, craft workshops, Latin dancing demos, and a film festival, all at no charge. Search the site using the term “Hispanic” for a full listing of all of the month’s events. Details on Friday’s event are here.

Theater District Annual Block Party & Tour
Come experience what the 2nd largest theater district in the country has to offer at this party that returns for the 8th time. Block party guests will begin the night at the State Theatre with check-in/registration. East 14th Street and Star Plaza will be transformed into an city street experience with food, wine and martini samplings, along with cash bar, street games. An entertainment stage will provide live music throughout the evening. Dance Showcase will give a free performance at the Allen Theatre. There will also be a area wide Treasure Hunt with a cash prize for the winner. Tickets are $25 and can be bought here.

Saturday
Metropolitan Experience
Come see what Akron’s new Northside development has produced, as the city hosts Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders fame in her hometown. There will be a living tour showcasing 14 housing options around downtown Akron, as well as an Art Walk, local Blues and Jazz bands performing, and the grand opening of Chrissie Hynde’s new restaurant, VegiTerranean. The new acclaimed Akron Art Museum will have a new look, and in the evening, there will be a Food Fest and a concert put on by Chrissie Hynde and local musicians. For details on all of the events of the day, click here.

4th Annual Sausage Festival
Vote for the top klobasa at the 4th Annual Slovenian Sausage Festival, a benefit event for the National Cle-Style Polka Hall of Fame and Museum on Saturday 9/15 starting at 1 PM. This 8-hour party of non-stop music and munching will include six competing Slovenian sausage makers who will vie for your votes. Dance to the finest Cleveland polka bands while munching on treats and refreshments. The 2007 king of klobasa will be announced at 7 PM. The Festival will take place at 11000 Health Road in Kirtland on the far east side of Cleveland (3 miles east of Route 306, off Rte. 6/Chardon Road). Click here for details. The festival is only $6 in advance, and $7 at the door.

Sunday
Icons of American Photography
If you haven’t had a chance to catch this exhibit at the Cleveland Museum of Art yet, this is your last chance! 116 iconic photographs representing every major American photographer from 1850-1960 are featured. Admission is FREE, but tickets are required. Click here for details.

Double Your Pleasure, Double Your Bass
The Cleveland Institute of Music Concert season begins with a FREE recital by double bass faculty members. Click here for details. The concert will begin at 4 PM. Click here for details.

Get Away from the Stress of Everyday Life
Visit the Holden Arboretum, one of the most beautiful locales in Northeast Ohio. Kids will love the Holden Express Garden Railroad from now until next Sunday 9/23, which has 2000 feet of winding track of model trains through the gardens, including replicas of many of Northeast Ohio’s bridges, including the Detroit-Superior bridge. Admission to the Arboretum and Holden Express for members is free, and $6 for adults and $3 for kids 6-12 for non-members. The Holden Arboretum is located at 9500 Sperry Road in Kirtland, and you can get full details and directions here.

Ongoing Events/Places previously featured

Muddling Mojitos 101- Learn to make mojitos on Fridays from 5-7 PM

Sparx Street Beats-street performances Thursdays and Fridays

Something Dada!-improv comedy Friday and Saturday nights a la "Whose Line is it Anyways?"

Chucklef*ck Comedy Night- Mondays at 8 in Lakewood at Bela Dubby, 13321 Madison Ave. Lakewood.

8/22/2007 -Blue Planet Cafe Grand Opening- the new Cleveland Museum of Natural History cafe.

8/22/2007 -Silk Nightclub-new nightclub features 5 specialty bars, huge dance floor, lounge areas, VIP bottle service, Video DJs and ability for private parties, with full access to Shooters on the Water.

8/22/2007 -Mapleside Farms-Local farm known for its apples

9/6/07-Lake Metroparks Farmpark Corn Maze

Dining Gems Around Town

Paladar Latin Kitchen and Rum Bar
Experience Nuevo Latino cuisine at this relatively new eatery which has a selection of food from Central and South America, Cuba, and the Latin Caribbean. Though slightly pricier than the usual restaurant for a student budget, this hotspot features food which you will not find elsewhere in Cleveland, and guacamole that is made fresh to order. Paladar is run by the same people who run Boulevard Blue in Shaker Square. Click here for their website. Paladar is located at 28601 Chagrin Boulevard, Suite 900.

Next week: Cheese lover’s paradise on Detroit Avenue: Melt, Cheddars

PREVIOUSLY FEATURED:

9/6/2007 – Machu Picchu
8/29/2007 - Zocalo
8/22/2007 - La Tortilla Feliz, Around the Corner Cafe
8/15/2007 - Original Pancake House, Cafe Limbo
8/8/2007 - Sokolowski's University Inn, India Garden
8/1/2007 – Tea House Noodles, Dish Global Deli, Wunderbar

Free Movie Screenings of the Week
Remember to sign up and show up early! (usually about 30-45 minutes before the show)

For a free pass for 2 (while supplies last) to see a preview screening of Eastern Promises, starring Viggo Mortensen, Naomi Watts, and Vincent Cassel, stop by the information booth at the Tremont Arts and Cultural Festival, which will be located in Lincoln Park, between 12-6 PM on Saturday or 1-5 PM on Sunday. The showing will take place on Thursday September 20th at 7:30 PM at AMC Westwood Town Center. Arrive early to guarantee seating! Eastern Promises opens 9/21, and details on the movie can be found on its website here.

For a free pass for 2 (while supplies last) to see a preview screening of Resident Evil: Extinction, the 3rd and final Resident Evil installment, starring Milla Jovovich, Ali Larter, Ashanti, and Mike Epps, visit Shinano Japanese restaurant, located at 5222 Wilson Mills Road on Monday 9/17 after 5:30 PM. No purchase necessary. The showing will take place on Thursday September 20th at 7:30 at AMC Richmond Town Square. Arrive early to guarantee seating! Resident Evil: Extinction opens on 9/21, and details on the movie can be found on its website here.

Dealin' around the city

Get a FREE round of glow-in-the-dark mini-golf here!

Coming Soon
September 20 – Cheese Lover’s destinations featuring Cheddars and Melt
September 28 - Cool Cleveland Pack Your Bags party
October 6 – Lake Erie Monsters

Many other things to do at the following page:
CoolCleveland

More things to win:
Cleveland.com (includes concert tickets, trip to Vegas, rounds of golf, and more)
Cleveland Scene (includes Cedar Point tickets, Mr. Woodcock tickets, and more)
WOIO.com (includes 32" TV, Put-in-Bay ferry tickets)

Permanent deals/specials around the area worth a try

Click here for some of the city’s happy hour specials, brought to you by the Cleveland Scene...

PREVIOUSLY FEATURED:

9/6/2007 – Lava Lounge Happy Hour featuring $4-$5 dishes, $3 drafts, and $5 martinis.
8/22/2007 - Cleveland Indians College 360 ID Half-price Nights
Get Lower Reserved, Upper Box, Mezzanine, Bleachers and Upper Reserved tickets for half price - 9/18 at 7:05 PM; Enter "STUDY" as promotional code or go to box office.
McNulty's Bier Markt - $3 Stella, Hoegaarden, Warsteiner, Brooklyn IPA, $2.50 Blue Moon/Labatt Blue, and $2.50 Long Islands. Free pizza from Pizza Pan is offered at happy hour on Fridays from 6-8 PM.
Momocho - half price margaritas and taquitos Tuesday-Friday 5-6:30.
Lolita’s - $5 food specials, $4 wines, $2 Sierra Nevadas, 5-6:30 and 9:30-close Tues-Th., 10-close on Fri-Sat, and 4-9 on Sun.

The Dealfinder is a Case grad student that is continuously exploring to "create" more of this city by the day.