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Shaker Square + Larchmere

Shaker Square - photo Bob Perkoski

This streetcar neighborhood has everything an urban resident could ask for. Food, drink, entertainment, shopping, public transport and even one of Northeast Ohio’s best farmers markets all are within a few tightly clustered blocks. Shaker Square, with light rail trains zipping right through the middle of it, is home to some of the area’s best restaurants, a movie theater and weekly (year-round) farm market. Around the corner, eclectic Larchmere Boulevard is dotted with one-of-a-kind retail, antiques shops and eateries. 

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