I have never gone to Corner Alley to really eat, but more to socialize and have drinks with a group. One outing we decided to order pizza and a couple other items. Well, I lost my mind because it was the best pizza I can remember eating. I was in shock. I didn't have a chance to taste the other items because they were devoured quickly and I remember moaning about how good it was. Not more that 3 days later, my boyfri... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch
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- General Info:
- The Corner Alley is a restaurant and bar that offers a variety of lunch and dinner menu options. The restaurant is managed and operated by Trifecta Management Group, which also operates several other restaurants and bars. Its menu includes pasta dishes, appetizers, pizzas, sandwiches, burgers and salads. The Corner Alley also features a bowling alley for general and high skilled bowling practices. It also offers multimedia and lane-side services for bowling alley. The restaurant also offers happy hour scheme for kids, families, ladies and groups. It hosts various band performances, game leagues and social events. The restaurant s facility includes a meeting room that offers space for company presentations, and business dining and team building activities. The Corner Alley is located in Cleveland.
- The Corner Alley is the ultimate entertainment experience, and is conveniently located in Clevelands East Fourth Neighborhood. Come experience our 16 lanes of bowling, 2 sleek bars, and the Cleveland Inspired Cuisine of the 4th Street Bar & Grill Restaurant. You get a total entertainment experience in a fun, casual atmosphere.
- Payment method:
- cash, all major credit cards
- Downtown Cleveland
- Bars, Restaurants, American Restaurants, Sports Bars, Bowling
In search of the best salad...\r \r Corner alley is probably not best known for their salads. However, in today's day and age of people searching for healthy alternatives, it's important every restaurant have a good salad selection. My tasting of their chicken caesar entree ($9.99) had a nice portion of tasty grated romano, a barely-there layer of dressing and soggy croutons. The chicken was overcooked and dry,... view moreLike this review?Yes|Flag AbuseProvided by Citysearch