Cleveland, here they come. No. 1 seeds Tennessee and UNC won Tuesday to join LSU and Rutgers in the Final Four. Here is some information about the Cleveland area if you are traveling in for one of the NCAA Woman's Basketball games.
Arena: Quicken Loans Arena [MAP]
Address: One Center Court, Cleveland, Ohio
Nightlife area: East Fourth Street District, where four bars will be designated as "regional" fan-gathering locations for participating teams and their followers
Sports Bars: Blind Pig (1228 W. Sixth St.; 216-621-0001); and Johnny Malloy's and Geppetto's bar (2781 Euclid Heights Blvd., in nearby Cleveland Heights, in the old Centrum Theatre; 216-320-1800).
Restaurant: Lola (2058 E. Fourth St.; 216-621-5652) - operated by celeb chef Michael Symon; and Flannery's Pub (323 Prospect Ave.; 216-781-7782).
Cheap Eats: Nate's Deli (1923 W. 25th St.; 216-696-7529); and Aladdins' Baking Co. (1301 Carnegie Ave.; 216-861-0317)
Attractions: West Side Market (216-664-3387), an indoor/outdoor market at West 25th Street and Lorain Road in the Ohio City area that traces its roots back to at least 1912; the world-renowned Cleveland Orchestra (216-231-1111); and, of course, need we say it, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum (216-781-7625).