Things To Do: Restaurants
Search from some of the best restaurants in Cincinnati for your next date night.
The beauty of a night out at Parkers is that it’s perfect for any style or occasion: date night, ladies night out, drinks with friends after work or a nice dinner with your family. Get dressed up or kick it casual in your favorite pair of jeans and a sweater because Parkers Tavern in Blue...read more.
Date night ... of course ... but a "Date Morning?" YES, PLEASE! Having a breakfast date combines two of my favorite things, time with my man and eating breakfast foods! Located in the heart of Oakley, Sleepy Bee Cafe is an eclectic, modern, hip place to take your sweetie on your next date! The cafe...read more.
Having a night out is such a treat. Our lives are busy with work, kids, household chores, errands and more. We all know the list is endless. Sometimes it’s just nice to step back and enjoy some quality time with your loved one. Lucky for my husband and me, our night out included dinner at...read more.
If you want to enjoy a beautiful view of Cincinnati with delicious food at a reasonable price, look no further than The Incline Public House in Price Hill. If you’re from the West Side, you’re probably familiar with the famous incline hill. Sitting on top of that is the Incline Public House. We chose to...read more.
I had always heard of the “Brazillian Steakhouse on the Square,” but we had never checked it out. My boyfriend always has wanted to treat me to Boi Na Braza, and we finally got the chance. We were seated near a concave window so we could look out at Fountain Square. The general manager showed...read more.
If you want to feel like you’re part of the family at a restaurant, Jeff Ruby’s Carlo & Johnny in Montgomery is where you should go. When we first arrived, we immediately were led to our table in the back room. The assistant manager took our coats and helped us settle in. The décor definitely...read more.
Take a step back in time when you enter The Tousey House Tavern in Burlington, Kentucky. Between the décor, delicious food and history, you’ll find much more than a regular dining experience. When we arrived, we had no idea this building dated back to 1817. The Tousey House Tavern is a pre-Civil War home that...read more.
When I first think of Dave & Buster’s, I think of the games. I never thought to check out their food, but I’m glad I finally did. We arrived at the Dave & Buster’s in Florence, Kentucky, on a Friday night ready to have fun. For our appetizer, we ordered the steamed edamame. They give...read more.
I didn't know much about Smoke Justis prior to my first visit, but I discovered many reasons to go back. Located within walking distance of the courthouse in Covington, Smoke Justis is dedicated to sharing the history of a lesser known baseball team in the Federal league called “The Covington Blue Sox” that played very...read more.
Pompilio’s, located in a historic neighborhood in Newport, is one of our favorite restaurants, and it's only five minutes from downtown Cincinnati. Walking into this restaurant is like walking on to the set of your favorite gangster movie. A charming restaurant full of history, Pompillo’s was opened in 1933. It was granted one of the...read more.