CLEVELAND — Every Saturday, a two-mile stretch of Lorain Avenue in Cleveland's historic Ohio City reveals one of the many perks of summertime in The Land—the proximity and ability to walk in and out of dozens of shops and restaurants on just one street.
The linear flea market shares open hours of noon to 5 p.m. with more than 30 businesses in the Lorain Avenue Antiques District, from West 38th West 80th streets.
The full length of the Antiques District is about a 30-minute walk or a 10-minute bike ride.
Fuel your energy for shopping with stops for food at Nunzio's Pizzeria and Ohio City BBQ before finishing everything off with sweets from Farkas Pastry Shop.
Dig through vintage treasures at Sweet Lorain and Century Antiques.
Listen to some live music while shopping with performances at Open Air Market Square across from the West Side Market. This runs every first and third Saturdays.
Before you leave the house, though, don't forget to keep one hand free and bring a large bag for your treasures because you'll need it.