City Life



IMG_1229Want to have a nice night out, but don’t want to be around the busy nightlife. I would recommend a wine bar. Cleveland have quite a few throughout the city. On this night I was introduced to The Fairmount Wine and Martini Bar located in Cleveland Heights.  I was able to catch up with a friend, able to have a good conversation, without having to talk extra loud to hear each other. With over 100 different wine selections I’m sure who will find a Vino for you. Small plates are available if you need a bite to eat. Come with the intent to get back with basics, there is no music playing, just the entertainment of your company, put the cellular devices away (unless your like me and need to take 100 pics)  and make it a good night, so bring somebody good! I will definitely be posting more of my favorite wine destination soon. Stay Tuned!

Talk To You Soon, Monique



Welcome to Tomo Sushi Bar and Hibachi Restaurant and Lounge. When I want sushi, I am heading to Downtown Cleveland, normally for Happy Hour. I always find myself staying until 2 o’clock in the morning! The beautiful thing about this establishment is that there is a variety to satisfy your needs. If you want to dine in with the family, no matter the size, Hibachi tables are available with an entertaining chef for your enjoyment. If you just want to pop in for a bite and cocktails Happy Hour is the best, (my normal). But if you are ready for a night out with friends with the latest music, dancing and drinks, drop by on Friday or Saturday. I must admit I never knew what a Hookah was until I came to Tomo. They have a variety of flavors; I hear over 100. The Hookah is still growing on me. This place is 5 levels with good food, drinks, music and people. Plus you get to see some awesome Japanese art. The Lucic’s are great host, try them out and tell me what you think!!

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