GLASSES CLINK over the murmur of barside conversation. A pinball machine pings in the corner. The worn wooden bar is scattered with pint glasses and baskets of popcorn, lit by the flicker of a game on TV. On an ordinary block west of downtown Cleveland, Jukebox appears to be the classic American watering hole.
But look closer. On the grill: vegan pierogies filled with locally made kraut. And in the glasses: craft beer. Welcome to the modern neighborhood bar.