CLEVELAND — MLB All-Star Week is here, meaning the city of Cleveland is ready for an influx of visitors and the national spotlight.

The city previously released a list of 73 bars and restaurants that have been approved by the Ohio Division of Liquor Control to extend their hours until 4 a.m. during All-Star week, from July 5-10. The deadline to apply was May 3.

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Of the bars that submitted applications for a "major event" permit, one bar, The District Restaurant and Hybrid Lounge at 2222 St. Clair Ave., was denied.

Check out the full list of approved bars below. 

  • House of Blues
  • Clevelander
  • Lago
  • Harry Buffalo
  • TownHall
  • Barley House
  • Rebol
  • Chocolate Bar
  • Tenk Building
  • Flannery's
  • Mabel's
  • Lola
  • Crazy Horse
  • Parnell's
  • Nano Brew
  • Bier Market/Bar Cento
  • Market Garden
  • Wild Eagle
  • Metropolitan at The 9
  • JACK Casino
  • Hustler Club
  • Renaissance
  • Treehouse
  • City Tap
  • Whistle & Keg
  • Wonder Bar
  • Aloft
  • Corner Alley
  • Marriott Downtown
  • Beerhead
  • Ritz Carlton
  • Silver Grille
  • Crowne Plaza
  • Doubletree
  • Hilton Downtown
  • Red the Steakhouse
  • Diamond Club
  • Rumor
  • Greenhouse Tavern
  • Nick's Sports Corner
  • AJ Rocco
  • Westin Downtown
  • Nauti Mermaid
  • Moriarity's
  • Wilberts
  • Mac's Sports Grill
  • Velvet Dog
  • ABC Tavern
  • XYZ Tavern
  • Ontario Street Cafe
  • Rebar
  • Gateway Bar and Grille
  • Hyatt Regency
  • Victory Alley
  • Christie's Cabaret
  • Johnny's Downtown
  • Panini's Gateway
  • Winking Lizard Gateway
  • Winking Lizard Galleria
  • Liquid
  • Brickstone
  • Magnolia
  • FWD
  • Pickwick & Frolic
  • Park Social Lounge

The 2019 MLB All-Star Week kicked off today with the opening of the PLAY BALL Park. The All-Star Game takes place July 9 at Progressive Field.

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