Frozen Diamond Tailgate in Cleveland

Submitted by Wave83 on January 6th, 2012 at 6:31 PM

With football over (except for the recruiting), hockey heating up with Merrill returning to the team, and the Frozen Diamond game against Ohio in Cleveland almost a week away, I want to invite all the MGoBloggers who will be coming down for the game to the UM Club of Cleveland's tailgate party.  It will be at Houlihan's in Tower City Center a few blocks from Progressive Field at 280 West Huron Road, Cleveland, Ohio. 

(I tried to post a link to a google map including Houlihan's address, but my google map URL skills were not up to it.  You know how to use google maps anyway.)

From the email from the UM Club's head honcho (who approved this post in advance):

UM vs OSU Hockey - The Frozen Diamond at Progressive Field will be the home ice for the Wolverines and Buckeyes on January 15.  Join us at Houlihans in Tower City, starting anytime after 1 pm for a tailgate party with the local alums and visitors from A2.   At game time, walk indoors all the way to the "rink".  Tickets to the game are still available at the Indians website:  www.indians.com.

I hope to see a lot of you in Cleveland for the game and I hope to meet some of you at Houlihan's before the game.

Comments

Darth Wolverine

January 6th, 2012 at 9:13 PM ^

I live on the west side of Ctown, so I will be there with my peeps. Looking forward to this game. 

I went to the St. Edward/St. Ignatius hockey game last night that was played where the Frozen Diamond game will be played and it's set up nicely. 

DirkMcGurk

January 6th, 2012 at 9:49 PM ^

Probably be hitting up City Tap or Hairy Buffalo for some pre game food and drinks. Hope to see plenty of Maize and Blue and hoping for decent weather. So excited for this cool event. The stadium is a nice area for those coming in for the first time. Plenty of Bars and Restaurants. E 4th has some higher end eats. Flannery's is a nice stop and Local Heros is right across the street and decent size. 

Also if you want good eats hit up Paninis which is a block or two north of the stadium in the main bar area. I recomend the Capacola.

empee

January 11th, 2012 at 5:37 PM ^

My friends and I will be getting into town sometime Saturday, anyone have any ideas for something that shouldn't be missed or is fun to do downtown?  Bars that 35ish year-olds would enjoy?