The results are in, and the award for best St. Patrick's Day destination in Cleveland Heights goes to ...
The Cedar-Lee establishment knows a thing or two about the holiday, and you can't chalk it up to the luck of the Irish.
Owner Declan Synnott is from Ashbourne, County Meath, and moved to the United States in 1994. The bar opens at 7 a.m. and will offer entertainment thorughout the day, including performances from bagpipers and Irish dancers.
Parnell's Pub snagged 55 percent in our . and Nighttown landed second and third place.
And Parnell's received a very kind review on its .
"By far the best service, atmosphere and pint of Guinness in the Heights. Whether I walk in by myself or with a group as soon as I sit down at the bar I'm amongst friends," a reader wrote.
If your favorite place to go out for St. Patrick's Day didn't win, you can still write a rave review in Patch Places. Here is the list of other nominees:
- Cedar Lee Pub & Grill
Look for our next installment of Readers' Choice Monday, when we'll ask you where you like to take your family out to eat.