Plan Your Visit

Where to Eat

Michelson and Morley

Michelson and Morley Restaurant Interior

An American-style upscale bistro with full bar, patio and private dining room. The menu, created by chef Tony Smoody who also heads Cleveland Botanical Garden’s kitchen, highlights local and seasonal fare. In addition to the regular menu, Michelson and Morley offers fresh daily seafood specials and soups.  

Located in the Tinkham Veale University Center just a few minutes from the Maltz Performing Arts Center, Michelson and Morley is our recommended pre-concert dining option. Shuttles run between our two buildings constantly throughout the night of performances. Please ask our box office staff for more information. 

To make reservations please call 216.368.0801 or visit them at


Table 45 Restaurant at InterContinental Cleveland

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With his trademark talent for fearless pairings and layered flavors, Cleveland native and restaurateur chef Zach Bruell is credited for bringing Cleveland's food scene to the forefront of national attention. At Table 45 Restaurant he reimagines classic cuisine from global culinary destinations. Savor Tandoor Roasted Lamb Lollipops or umami rich Kona rubbed Short Ribs.

Reserve the kitchen's glass enclosed Chef's Table for an unforgettable five course gourmet adventure, or visit the Table 45 Bar and Lounge for a pre-concert cocktail, glass of wine, or local crafted ale.


For more information call 216.707.4045 or visit their website.

Where to Sleep

Glidden House

Glidden House ‌Exterior

Just a few minutes drive from the Maltz Performing Arts Center, discover the historic charm and modern day beauty of Glidden House. The Glidden House stuns with its architecture and continues to impress with its amenities and features. This AAA-rated Three Diamond boutique hotel invites guests to indulge in both its compelling history and contemporary luxury. The friendly and experienced staff are there to make your stay a memorable one. Stay at the Glidden House and enjoy.

Please call 216.231.8900


Courtyard Marriott - Cleveland University Circle

Courtyard Marriot- Cleveland University Circle Exterior

Courtyard Cleveland University Circle hotel is a gem among Cleveland, OH hotels. Located in the heart of University Circle, this Cleveland hotel is within walking distance to University Hospital and Case Western Reserve University. The Courtyard hotel is ideally located just minutes from the Cleveland Clinic main campus, many area businesses, art museums, shopping, dining, and most importantly the Maltz Performing Arts Center.  Feel at home the moment you arrive at the Courtyard Cleveland University Circle hotel and are greeted by their friendly staff. Rest in comfort with their plush bedding and stay productive with free wireless internet. Unwind in the heated Indoor Pool and on site Fitness Center. Book your room today at the Courtyard Cleveland University Circle hotel!

Please call 216.791.5678




InterContinental Cleveland 

Exterior of InterContinental Hotel

Experience modern luxury at the InterContinental Cleveland, a four diamond hotel consistently ranked at the top of Trip Advisor. Only minutes away from the Maltz Performing Arts Center and less than a mile from Cleveland's cultural center and vibrant neighborhoods with museums, shops, dining and entertainment. The hotel features North Coast Cafe serving breakfast and lunch, Table 45 for lunch, dinner and happy hour as well as 24 hour In Room Dining. Contemporary guest rooms include mini refrigerators, in room safes, complimentary WiFi, robes, slippers, all the furnishings you'd expect from a world class property.

Please call 216.707.4100

What to Do

University Circle

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The Maltz Performing Arts Center is proud to be a part of the vibrant and ever evolving University Circle. Before or after your event at the Maltz Center there is a plethora of activities you can join in University Circle. Just a few of our neighbors are the Cleveland Museum of Art, Moca, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Cleveland Botanical Gardens.