city in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States
US322 passes through Cleveland Heights.
- Coventry District, Coventry Boulevard. This area is known for its shopping, restaurants and bars. Once a haven for artists, the area has become more commercialize but maintains some of its charm.
- Cedar-Lee District. Located on Lee Road between Scarborough and Superior, with most of the businesses between Corydon and East Derbyshire. This area is mainly known for its restaurants and bars. It also contains the main branch of the Cleveland Heights-University Heights library system.
- 1 Cain Park, 14591 Superior Rd. A fairly-small park in the middle of Cleveland Heights, Cain Park has six tennis courts, a small kiddie pool, a basketball court, a sledding hill, and two performing-arts stages.
- Cain Park Bicycle, 1904 Lee Rd, ☏ .
- 1 Tommy's, 1824 Coventry Rd, ☏ . Su-Th 9AM-9PM, F 9AM-10PM, Sa 7:30AM-10PM. It offers a large selection of specialty vegetarian/vegan food as well as their famous french fries and shakes, in additional to traditional hamburgers and sandwiches.
- 2 The Stone Oven, 2267 Lee Rd (in the Cedar-Lee District), ☏ . M-Th 7AM-8PM, F 7AM-9PM, Sa 8AM-9PM, Su 8:30AM-7PM. It offers a large selection of fresh bread, sandwiches, salads, soups, pastries, and drinks.
The hotels in the University Circle section of Cleveland proper are fairly close to Cleveland Heights.
- Crest B&B, 1489 Crest Rd, ☏ .
- Lee Road Heights Library, 2345 Lee Rd, ☏ .
- 1 University Heights - University Heights is named for John Carroll University, a private liberal arts college which was originally founded by the Jesuits in 1886 and relocated to its current location within the city in 1935. The small suburb is nicknamed the "City of Beautiful Homes", with many homes dating back to the early 1900s. While it offers few attractions that draw visitors aside from the university, it does have several parks, a public pool, and numerous dining and shopping options.
- 2 Shaker Heights - Established in 1822 as the North Union Settlement by the religious Shaker community, Shaker Heights became one of America's oldest planned communities in 1912 when it was redeveloped as a garden community for commuters to Cleveland. Today the suburb offers stunning architecture, with many of the homes and other buildings featured in architectural texts. Visitors will also enjoy several picturesque man-made lakes, a 20-acre (8.1 ha) nature preserve, and a historical museum that documents the area's early Shaker roots. Amenities include an excellent public library, numerous restaurants, and shopping destinations including the historic Shaker Square.
- 3 Cleveland/East Side - The major city that dominates the region, Cleveland offers numerous food, lodging and entertainment options. The Garfield Monument is the closest Cleveland attraction to Cleveland Heights.
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