Ohio City, on the opposite side of the Cuyahoga River from Downtown, is Cleveland’s most ethnically diverse neighborhood, and a gastronomical show-off. It’s home to 15 different ethnic groups, and Asians and Hispanic Americans are the neighborhood newbies. Shoulder your way through the West Side Market’s food stalls or stand on the corner of West 25th Street and Lorain Avenue and behold the bounty. At night, the neighborhood buzzes with a mostly young professional date-night scene, thanks to restaurants that range from the high end Flying Fig (farm to table contemporary) to the casual Great Lakes Brewing Company (which carries on Cleveland’s beer-loving glory days). Oh, yeah—there’s shopping. One must-see is the Glass Bubble Project.