Disclosure: I received a free meal at The Corner Alley through the travel campaign with New Creative Media. All opinions expressed are 100% my own and my family’s. My experience and opinions may differ from yours. Any additional expenses incurred were my own.
The Corner Alley
Cleveland, Ohio has many awesome and delicious places to eat, and The Corner Alley is one of those places! They are unique in that it’s not only a place to eat, but it’s also a place to go for entertainment with its 16 lane bowling alley and 50 flat screen televisions. We didn’t bowl while we were there, but it looked like those that were were having a lot of fun. If you get hungry or thirsty while you’re bowling, the servers will come to you and take your order while you bowl. Pretty cool!
The location of The Corner Alley couldn’t be better! It is in the same block as the Cleveland Visitors’ Bureau, tons of little shops, and The House of Blues! It is located on the corner of East 4th Street and Euclid Avenue.
A place can have a great location and fun stuff to do while you’re there, but if the food isn’t good, nothing else counts! The Corner Alley has all three going for it since the food is also great! My daughter got the Chop Chop Cobb salad. She doesn’t like tomatoes, avocados or blue cheese. They gave her the cheese she asked for and left off the ingredients she didn’t like with no issues. My son and I both got the BBQ Bacon Cheeseburger. He got fries with his, and I got the homemade chips. The burger was amazing and the chips were really good! It was so filling. I couldn’t even finish half of the chips.
You can view the lunch, dinner, banquet, and drink menus on The Corner Alley’s webpage. You can also view pricing for bowling, check out special events, and take a photo tour online.
This is a place I’d definitely recommend visiting. The food was amazing, and the ambiance is really cool. You could spend lots of time shopping, walking around, and eating in the area! Make The Corner Alley one of your stops!