CLEVELAND — MLB All-Star week is less than one month away, meaning the city of Cleveland is preparing for an influx of visitors and the national spotlight.
The city on Tuesday 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.
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.
The 2019 MLB All-Star Week kicks off July 5 with the opening of the PLAY BALL PARK and a free concert by Twenty One Pilots. The All-Star Game takes place July 9 at Progressive Field.