This weekend recap could also be titled “How I spent most of my weekend in Tremont…”
Great Big Home and Garden Show
On Friday afternoon, Jeffrey and I checked out the opening day of the Great Big Home & Garden Show at the I-X Center.
We especially enjoyed checking out the Garden Showcase and getting a breath of spring in January!
This year’s gardens are themed on One-Tank Trips and showed off a lot of creativity in imagining nearby destinations in gardens.
From model homes to ways to decorate both the inside and outside of your house, there’s something interesting for everyone to find at the Great Big Home & Garden Show!
The show runs through Sunday, February 9. You can save $1 off your online ticket purchase with code CLE2020.
***Disclosure: I was asked to help promote the Great Big Home & Garden Show. In exchange, I received two complimentary tickets to the show.***
Prosperity Social Club and Literary Tavern
On Friday night, I was out and about in Tremont with friends for dinner and drinks. We started at Prosperity Social Club, which offers great food and drinks in a casual atmosphere.
I had the Maple Bacon Old Fashioned (yum) and the fried chicken (double yum.) The chicken was crisp on the outside, juicy on the inside, and paired perfectly with the mashed potatoes.
Simple, classic, delicious food in an easy-going setting. Sounds like the perfect place to end the week!
From there, we headed over to Literary Tavern. This cozy bar serves up craft cocktails and small plates in an intimate environment.
I enjoyed the Blood Fountain, with OYO Bourbon, lemon juice, simple syrup, and red wine. Both the taste and presentation of this drink are spot on!
Game of Thrones Bar Crawl
On Saturday, it was back to Tremont for the Game of Thrones Bar Crawl to benefit A Special Wish Cleveland. When you registered for the crawl, you picked a house (Targaryen for us) and then went from bar to bar with your house.
From The Treehouse to Post 58 to Crust to the South Side to Dante, we covered a lot of ground on the Tremont bar scene.
And it was all for a good cause! What a fun way to spend the afternoon!
Children’s Theater Series
Before the bar crawl, Jeffrey, my mom, and I attended another of the Children’s Theater Series shows at Playhouse Square.
This show was “The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Other Eric Carle Favorites,” presented by Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia. This puppet-based theater company did a lovely job presenting these classic stories in a bright, engaging way.
The Children’s Theatre Series is a great way to introduce your child to live theater in a friendly way, with shows that speak directly to them.
So, that was my weekend! How was yours?