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Housed in Ohio's oldest building (dating to 1803), the Golden Lamb is known for its folksy atmosphere and good, old-fashioned American food. In fact, some insist the place serves up the best turkey and mashed potatoes in the United States....  Read More

Montgomery Inn Restaurant

Why is Cincinnati so famous for its barbeque? The Montgomery Inn may be one of the big reasons. Go early to avoid the crowds at this moderately priced rib and BBQ restaurant. Its downtown boathouse location also affords a fantastic view of the...  Read More


Order up a steaming dish of Pollo ai Funghi, angel hair pasta with sautÃed chicken breast and mushrooms. Accompany this or any of the other traditional Italian entrees with a bottle of wine from the outstanding list. To finish off with a...  Read More

Hyde Park

The name sounds like most any other Chinese restaurant, but the food is anything but ordinary. Cincinnati locals swear this is the best Chinese food in the city. Known for the freshest seafood, traditional Cantonese cuisine and several spicy...  Read More

Dee Felice Cafe
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Diners get a distinct New Orleans feel with a live band of fine jazz musicians that play almost every night at this popular dining spot. Selections of Cajun specialties include jambalaya and crawfish etoufee, but the real winners are Halibut...  Read More

Skyline Chili
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A visit to Cincinnati wouldn't be complete without partaking of its renowned chili! Skyline was rated "Cincinnati's Finest" by the Cincinnati Magazine. Served almost any way you can think of – over spaghetti or with black beans, onions,...  Read More

Ambar India

If you close your eyes with the first bite of this expertly prepared Indian cuisine, you may think you have been transported to India itself. Food is authentic and spiced according to your comfort level (1-6 levels). Start with generous portions...  Read More

Barresi's Italian Restaurant

Northern and southern Italian cuisine at its finest. Entrees such as sole petrina poached in lemon garlic butter, accompanied by jumbo shrimp, artichoke hearts and mushrooms, will delight.

Grand Finale

With an ambience replete with Victorian furnishings and antiques in a 100-year old former home, the Grand Finale has been and continues to be one of the most popular restaurants in Cincinnati. If you think the setting is fabulous, wait until you...  Read More


This is the place where the Cincinnati business breakfast happens. Convenient to the I-71 corridor. Specialties include turkey dill "crepegg" and light, fluffy pancakes. Breakfast is served all day.