“working-man bar by day, blue-collar rock-club at night”
Pat's In The Flats has provided alternative entertainment to Clevelanders for nearly twenty years. In a make-a-quick-buck era, proprietor Pat Hanych chose not to walk the karaoke road, instead providing a stage for local youth to make a little bit of noise. Over the years, Pat’s became a favorite stop for established regional and national acts as well. The building - in the industrial “Flats” area in Cleveland’s Tremont neighborhood - has at one time or another served as a speakeasy, show bar, and gambling house, and has outlived Ulysses S. Grant (along with 24 other U.S. Presidents since). Eliot Ness would pace the planks of Pat’s long before the White Stripes and Death of Samantha. And yet, tucked at the very bottom of Literary Road, Pat’s in the Flats is an unassuming site, dwarfed as it is by the surrounding industrial infrastructure. Come by and check out Pat’s fantastic daytime menu, and consult this website for regular updates of coming rock and roll events!
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