AsiaTown Cleveland is unique in its character. Smokestacks rise behind indoor shopping area carved out of old factories. Steeples rise above shops selling wares from the East. Galleries and live-work lofts coexist on tree-lined streets with modest homes. Unparalleled views of downtown enchant the visitor at every turn.
Restaurants & Bakeries
AsiaTown has over 30 restaurants, bakeries, and food markets that are all within walking distance of Tyler Village and easily accessed from downtown Cleveland. It is culturally diverse from Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Japanese and other fusion style restaurants. It is the most boasts more than three dozen eateries, markets and shops. It is one of the most vibrant dining districts and cultural destinations in Cleveland. The neighborhood covers about E. 18th to E. 40th, around St. Clair, Superior and Payne Avenues.
business and retail
AsiaTown offers a number of retail shops and markets. There are shopping centers such as Asia Plaza, Asian Town Center, Golden Plaza, and Payne Commons. The area has one of the largest concentration of Asian grocery stores in the state. Plus for the residents, there are retail stores and service organizations.
The Cleveland Asian Festival is a grassroots festival that highlight Cleveland’s AsiaTown, Diversity, and Asian Culture in Northeast Ohio. Organized by the community, for the community to celebrate Cleveland’s diversity and Asian Pacific American Heritage month in May. Join us for Free Admission, Free Parking with Free shuttle bus rides to and from the festival, Live entertainment including Cultural Performances and demonstration on two outdoor stages, a World Marketplace of 100+ vendors and exhibitors, 25+ local restaurants, and caterers offering authentic Asian cuisine, Free tours of AsiaTown on Lolly the Trolley, Free health screenings at the Health Pavilion inside Asia Plaza, Free activities, Free games, an eating contest, Colors of Asia Fashion show, and an Asian Pop Dance Competition