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“Currently, the city’s energy is the highest ever,” said Larry Dramondo.
“Cleveland is a spot today. So much is happening,” said Nathan Dudley.
Barley House says it started planning an event at the Ivy and Dive Bar in May.
“Obviously at last year’s COVID, we missed the real Browns Party Town, and we’re ready to rock,” said Joe Olaveck, Burghley House’s managing partner.
In the past, individual bars at 6 West had their own tailgates, but this is the first time they have gathered to close part of the street to celebrate the Browns.
“We decided to combine our strengths. If there was a year to do it, it was a year to do it,” said Burghley House Managing Partner Corey May.
Browns fans Jill Jean are happy they did.
“I love it. I love it because it brings people to Cleveland. I love my city. I love my city,” she said.
The event is hosted by one of the most iconic Browns superfans, Gas Angelone, or someone well known as “Pumpkin Head.”
“Last year there were no fans, so tailgates weren’t allowed. Nobody tailgates. I wanted to do something special,” he said.
“Everyone seems to be embracing the idea of getting together and celebrating,” said Dramondo, an AD6 brand company that designs apparel, including Cleveland-centric work.
Freebies were shot into the crowd, games like cornholes gave people the opportunity to compete for themselves, and there was plenty of food and drink.
“A big screen TV where everyone can watch the game,” Oravec added.
Previously, the tailgate was reserved for home games, but due to the optimism of the first away game and season with Kansas City, parties are planned for all games.
“Rain, shine and snow don’t matter. We’re holding this party because it’s the best part for Cleveland fans. They’ll come no matter what,” May said.
Fans who attended said they would speak loudly, hoping that cheers would reach the team wherever they were.
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