This is a nice neighborhood restaurant with something for everyone. The building is beautiful, especially the historic bar. Reasonable prices.
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We stopped here for dinner before our show at the Playhouse in the Park. We did not make reservations (party of 6, two adults and 4 teens) because it was a Wednesday at 5:30 and we weren't sure when we would be arriving, though we...More
This restaurant is a little gem sitting in an attractive area of Cincinnati. It has a historic flavor and numerous beautiful stained glass displays and displays of memorabilia. Fun and unique. The menu is extremely broad with items for vegetarians, pescatarians, and carnivores. I ordered...More
This is a bar and grill, not fine dining. However, the history of the place is worth a stop if you're touring Mt. Adams, or if you're near the area. If you're into prohibition and bootlegging history, it's a must.
Went here for lunch today. Wonderful atmosphere. Beautiful rooms, don't just sit in the front room, although it's beautiful. The back room is gorgeous! Foodwise- The Italian Sub and french fries were fabulous. Husband thoroughly enjoyed the barbecue sandwich, fries and cole slaw. We tried...More
Cam in after a visit to the Cincinnati Art Museum.The history of this place is the most interesting thing about it honestly. The food was just average and nothing to brag about. The Long Island Ice Tea was one of the worst I have had....More