Akron Entertainment & Dining Guide

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Never let it be said that there is nothing to do in Akron, Ohio. Within a 2-mile radius of the soon to be opened NOHO Akron Cascade Lofts, on the Corner of North and Howard streets, there are over 70 locations for entertainment and dining. There’s so much to do, it’s likely we missed a few, so please let us know of any we missed or what places that you like the best.

Within walking distance you may visit some of the best culinary delights and cultural enclaves the city of Akron has to offer. If you’re not up for a walking tour of Akron, it’s FREE to park at most locations in downtown Akron after 6 p.m. on weekdays and over the entire weekend. Regardless of whether you drive or walk, Akron is a safe, secure and beautiful city nestled on the edge of the picturesque Cuyahoga Valley and will keep you entertained for years to come.

Akron is a green city that has plenty of trees in its scenic neighborhoods, giving it a comfortable mix of urban areas and nature. With access to the Towpath trail and the Summit Metro Parks, Akron is a biker, hiker and runner’s dream. Take out your bike or put on your running shoes for the 80-plus miles of the Towpath trail that stretches from Cleveland to the North and Tuscarawas County to the South. For those who love to hike, there are over 50 trails with 125 miles of beauty for you to explore. To top it all off, it’s alluring year-round and has four distinctly different seasons, each of which engages your senses.

After an exhilarating day spent in the valley, Akron has a unique nightlife like no other city in the nation. We have food to meet any craving or dietary need. Whether you want sushi and martinis or PBR and a grilled cheese sandwich, Akron has you covered. Catch an arthouse film, national music act, symphony show, ballet performance, small theater production or a local band at one of the several entertainment venues nearby.

The idea is to live, work, play and stay in Akron. The NOHO Akron Cascade Lofts at 21 W. North St., on the corner of North and Howard streets, will offer true high ceiling loft space with fantastic views of the Cuyahoga Valley and Cascade Park. There will be access to the Towpath Trail via the Summit Metro Parks, and you will be within walking distance to anyplace that downtown Akron has to offer. Construction is coming along nicely and the lofts will be open soon. Reserve your loft today before they are sold out!

Learn How to Live, Work, Play and Stay in Akron with the NOHO Akron Cascade Lofts guide to Entertainment & Dining in Akron with this cool interactive map of the 70-plus locations within 2 miles of the lofts. If we missed any, let us know and we will add them. Please feel free to use the map and share it with your friends and family to show them how many cool things are going on in downtown Akron.


Entertainment & Dining Guide 2-mile Radius of Downtown Akron.


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