West Side Market


The indoor/outdoor market -- which looks like a cross between a train station and a Gotham City villain's hideout -- has, since 1840, served as an essential one-stop shopping place for chefs and home cooks, with dozens upon dozens of butchers, bakers, and produce-suppliers hawking their wares. It's also a place where you can graze some of Cleveland's best street-foods, from sausages to gyros, pretzels, pierogies, and more.