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Frisch’s Releases New Line of Craft Burgers on National Burger Day

If you want to sample some for free, head to the Frisch's and 3CDC roller rink pop-up on Court Street Plaza on May 28.

By CityBeat Staff

Frisch's Big Boy is feeling fancy this National Burger Day by upping the ante — and adding aioli — on some of its offerings. On May 28, the chain, which is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, will launch a line of new Craft Butcher Burgers...

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Cincinnati's Best Burgers and Veggie Burgers According to CityBeat Readers

Every year, CityBeat publishes the Best Of Cincinnati®, wherein readers and staffers alike decide which bars are the booziest, which people are…

By CityBeat Staff

No. 9 Overall Best Burger (Non Chain): Bard’s Burgers & Chili
    3620 Decoursey Ave., Covington
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20 Greater Cincinnati DORA Districts for Drinking While Wandering

DORA districts — or Designated Outdoor Refreshment Areas — are a fun fact of life in Greater Cincinnati. In these specific spaces,…

By Bryn Dippold, CityBeat Staff

Hamilton
Hamilton has one of the first DORAs in the Greater Cincinnati area, which launched in 2018. The Hamilton DORA is open 9 a.m.-midnight daily, with Richard’s Pizza, Municipal Brew Works, Pinball Garage and others serving up DORA beverages.
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23 Essential Cincinnati Creamy Whips You Need to Visit This Summer

If you grew up in Cincinnati — or even in the Midwest — you know that when your favorite neighborhood creamy whip…

By CityBeat Staff

Whipty-Do!
    2529 Montgomery Road, Maineville
    Whipty-Do! opened its doors in May of 2009, when owners Joe and Kristen Fields turned their love of ice cream into a colorful brick-and-mortar shop. They began serving blue ice cream in 2010, and customers drive from as far as Columbus and Indianapolis to stock up on the stuff with coolers and dry ice in tow.
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25 Kid-Friendly Cincinnati Spots Where Parents Can Get a Damn Drink

Let's all raise a glass to parents. It's not an easy job — but someone's gotta do it. And sometimes that job,…

By CityBeat Staff

Porch at Washington Park
    
    1230 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine
    Head over to Washington Park and enjoy a selection of local beer, seasonal cocktails, canned wine and more. The bar offers seating on the porch or on the lawn, so BYOB (bring your own blanket). Tables and heaters are located under the covered patio for when the weather isn't cooperating. Kids can enjoy the massive lawn and playground at the park and for dog parents out there, Washington Park offers a dog park for pups to play and get their zoomies out.
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