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Nighttown

12387 Cedar Rd.,Cleveland Heights, Cleveland, OH, 44106
(216) 795-0550

Created by gkeiser

Restaurant Details
Cuisine
$$ ($15 - $30)
Price
Fun, Romantic, Business
Atmosphere
Recommended
Reservations
Non-smoking
Features
Casual / dressy
Attire
Hours
Mon. - Sat.
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 a.m.

Sun.
10:00 a.m. - midnight
Payment
Mastercard, Discover, Visa
Location & Nearby Info
Nighttown
12387 Cedar Rd.
Cleveland Heights
Cleveland, OH 44106
(216) 795-0550
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Performers Coming to this Venue
Joe McBride
Joe McBride
Born and raised in Fulton, MO, keyboardist/singer Joe McBride began playing the piano at age four. His uncle Bake McBride was an outfielder for the St. Louis Cardinals and the Cleveland Indians. His earliest influences were gospel music, bebop, straight-ahead jazz, Motown, and '70s R&B and funk....
Janis Siegel
Janis Siegel
Vocalist Janis Siegel had been a member of the the Manhattan Transfer since 1972, she has also built a successful solo career since 1982. Siegel's first album as a leader, Experiment in White established her solo credentials, while the follow-up, At Home, earned a Grammy nomination in 1987 for Best Female Jazz Vocal....
Christine Lavin
Christine Lavin
Christine Lavin emerged out of the crowded New York City songwriter scene of the '80s with a style that distinguished her from her peers. First, her songs were overwhelmingly concerned with contemporary romantic mores (that scary, uncertain world of "relationships," "commitments," and "biological clocks")....
Don White
Don White
A studio photograph from the '30s shows what looks like something of an extended Appalachian string band, including a piano player, a mandolinist whose instrument is almost bigger than he is, two fiddlers, a guitarist, an upright bassist, a banjoist, and a girl who seems to be holding a fife (although it could also be the sawed-off barrel of a shotgun)....
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