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The vibe is laid-back, generally attracting a well-behaved late-20-something-and-older crowd, not like the meat market of the Warehouse District.
Mahall's 20 Lanes, 13200 Madison Ave., Lakewood: Yes, you can find love in a bowling alley."West Side singles flock to Mahall's for food, drinks, music and bowling," says Averbach of the trendy bowling alley with its classic lines and chicly restored bar that attracts a 20- and 30-something crowd.Felice Urban Cafe, 12502 Larchmere Blvd., Cleveland, 216-791-0918: Another tip from Averbach: "East Side singles flirt over small plates and creative libations in this restored turn-of-the-century home." LGBT Happy Hours, facebook.com/thewh2 and g2h2.com: Gay and lesbian singles have two networking events specifically for them.Though not exclusively for singles, they do draw a large pool of available Clevelanders: the WH2 Women's Happy Hour, the fourth Friday of each month; and the G2H2 Men's Happy Hour, the third Friday of each month.Cleveland Critical Mass, clevelandcm.wordpress.com: Meet fellow bikers and active types at this monthly cycling event/mass bike ride, suggests Averbach. Cleveland Society for the Learned, facebook.com/The Booker TCleveland Society For The Learned: Mingling is a must at these monthly book swaps around town -- you have to persuade someone to take your book, so you have to talk to lots of people. ' is a great way to break the ice," says Booker co-founder Ivana Batkovic, 29, of Cleveland.You can actually hold a conversation in there, and the chairs are fairly comfortable. Bier Markt, 1948 West 25th St., Cleveland: This West 25th Street bar is a "hub for high-spirited love connections," Averbach says.