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Songdog Music likens learning an instrument to baking—it requires following steps sequentially, honoring precision and timing, and mixing all the right ingredients together. It's a science; it's also a passion and an outlet for extraordinary self-expression. Songdog's instructors keep all those ingredients in focus when teaching personalized lessons in guitar, violin, and virtually all stringed instruments. They keep lessons low-key and focus on the kinds of music students want to play, be it rock, rhythm and blues, metal, or classical. By focusing on the music that students are interested in, instructors not only teach technique, but they give budding musicians the freedom to create their own original tunes. Songdog also offers classes in composition and theory, as well as group classes that give musicians the opportunity to mingle and meet others with similar ambitions.

264 Bevans Street
Berea,
OH
US

For the quartet of entrepreneurs behind Lake City Tavern, there's no need to reinvent the wheel when it comes to pub food. Hence the eatery's mostly traditional lineup, ranging from fried green beans to smoked jumbo wings tossed in garlic parmesan. On occasion, though, cooks reassemble classic ingredients in creative ways, such as stuffing fries, bacon, egg, and cheese into a breakfast wrap available all day.

Pints and mixed drinks complement feasts, which unfold amid a near constant stream of entertainment, from dart leagues and sports on flat-screen TVs to live music and karaoke. In the summer, Lake City Tavern unveils its spacious outdoor deck and bar, which surrounds a sand volleyball court where patrons can showcase their spiking or bury their dessert for later.

786 Front St
Berea,
OH
US

The Range
  • 10 indoor shooting bays
  • Four rifle lanes
The Rentals
  • Handguns such as a .357 Magnum revolver and a 9 mm pistol
  • 12-gauge shotguns
  • .22 long rifles
At a Glance

Select Fire Training Center's team consists of male and female NRA-certified instructors, who lead classes in the use of pistols, rifles, and shotguns. Their clients range from kids to adults, complete beginners to seasoned gun owners. Outside of the standard curriculum, Select Fire hosts bowling-pin shoots and specials, including seniors' days, kids' days, and date nights. The center also sells holsters and other firearms accessories.

1267 W Bagley Rd.
Berea,
OH
US

With a diverse clientele, hearty pub eats, and a broad selection of spirits and beers, "Scoundrels always feels alive," according to Patrick Mayock of Metromix Cleveland. While bartenders keep the libations flowing, cooks smoke slabs of ribs in-house, grill half-pound burgers, and bake pizzas in a brick oven. And nearly 20 sandwiches crowd the menu. Outside, the umbrella-covered patio makes for serene dining on a warm summer’s eve. But patrons can get rowdy inside by dancing to the beats of live bands, taking the stage themselves to sing classic karaoke songs, or acting like a bull in a straitjacket.

826 Front St
Berea,
OH
US

The coaches at North Coast All-Stars have been dedicated to creating champions since 1998. Dedicated coaches help students ages 3 to 18 better their cheerleading and tumbling skills, building valuable self-esteem as they train for all levels of competition. Each child makes a team that matches their skill level, be it beginner or advanced. Cheer camps help students practice routines with dozens of new friends, while sleepovers, team lock-ins, and birthday parties foster social development and help create lifelong friendships.

125 Blaze Industrial Parkway
Berea,
OH
US