These 21 Bars and Restaurants are New or Coming Soon to Cincinnati

The Queen City is overflowing with new restaurants and bars. From the retro-inspired Homemakers Bar and the treehouse-esque Yonder rooftop patio to Comfort Station, in a renovated century-old bath house, we can't get enough of these creative concepts. You'll definitely want to add these hot spots to your bucket list this summer.

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Coming Soon: Comfort Station
793 E. McMillan Ave., Walnut Hills
From the team behind OTR’s Sundry and Vice comes Comfort Station. The cocktail bar is located in a century-old Walnut Hills rest area and will serve dual purposes as a daytime cocktail/co-working destination and a sexy subterranean cocktail lounge. Slated to open June 28.
Photo: Hailey Bollinger

Coming Soon: Comfort Station

793 E. McMillan Ave., Walnut Hills
From the team behind OTR’s Sundry and Vice comes Comfort Station. The cocktail bar is located in a century-old Walnut Hills rest area and will serve dual purposes as a daytime cocktail/co-working destination and a sexy subterranean cocktail lounge. Slated to open June 28.
Photo: Hailey Bollinger
Yonder
621 Main St., Covington
Inspired by owners Chris and Tess Burns' love of Kentucky State Parks, this new bar concept by the folks behind Covington's Commonwealth Bistro features a chic treehouse-esque rooftop bar with a small rotating menu and craft cocktails, as well as inventive mocktails. 
Photo: Hailey Bollinger

Yonder

621 Main St., Covington
Inspired by owners Chris and Tess Burns' love of Kentucky State Parks, this new bar concept by the folks behind Covington's Commonwealth Bistro features a chic treehouse-esque rooftop bar with a small rotating menu and craft cocktails, as well as inventive mocktails.
Photo: Hailey Bollinger
Homemakers Bar
35 E. 13th St., Over-the-Rhine
Cincinnati hospitality mavens Julia Petiprin and Catherine Manabat have opened Homemakers Bar at the corner of 13th and Walnut streets. The duo worked together to create a space inspired by a retro vibe and the domestic cocktails of the 1950s through the 1970s.
Photo: Hailey Bollinger

Homemakers Bar

35 E. 13th St., Over-the-Rhine
Cincinnati hospitality mavens Julia Petiprin and Catherine Manabat have opened Homemakers Bar at the corner of 13th and Walnut streets. The duo worked together to create a space inspired by a retro vibe and the domestic cocktails of the 1950s through the 1970s.
Photo: Hailey Bollinger
Fairfield Market
700 Fairfield Ave., Bellevue
This hip new market, coffee and wine bar recently opened in Bellevue. The fresh, light-filled space is a perfect place to start or end your day. Try one of their build-your-own charcuterie boards with their happy-hour wine special or stop by for a sammy or picnic salad at lunch.
Photo: Hailey Bollinger

Fairfield Market

700 Fairfield Ave., Bellevue
This hip new market, coffee and wine bar recently opened in Bellevue. The fresh, light-filled space is a perfect place to start or end your day. Try one of their build-your-own charcuterie boards with their happy-hour wine special or stop by for a sammy or picnic salad at lunch.
Photo: Hailey Bollinger
Wódka Bar
1200 Main St., Over-the-Rhine
An extension of Babushka Pierogies, Wódka Bar carries an ambitious selection of vodkas, stocking upward of 60 types including many Russian, Polish and Ukrainian brands that are lesser known in the United States. 
Photo: Hailey Bollinger

Wódka Bar

1200 Main St., Over-the-Rhine
An extension of Babushka Pierogies, Wódka Bar carries an ambitious selection of vodkas, stocking upward of 60 types including many Russian, Polish and Ukrainian brands that are lesser known in the United States.
Photo: Hailey Bollinger
Fausto
44 E. Sixth St., Downtown
Foodie entrepreneurs and brothers Tony and Austin Ferrari — the minds behind downtown's Ferrari Barbershop & Coffee Co. and Camp Washington's Mom 'n 'em Coffee — are tackling a new venture inside the lobby cafe of the Contemporary Arts Center. Fausto offers all-day "coffee, cocktails, wine, beer, good California style cuisine and always good company," according to an Instagram post by Austin. 
Photo: Hailey Bollinger

Fausto

44 E. Sixth St., Downtown
Foodie entrepreneurs and brothers Tony and Austin Ferrari — the minds behind downtown's Ferrari Barbershop & Coffee Co. and Camp Washington's Mom 'n 'em Coffee — are tackling a new venture inside the lobby cafe of the Contemporary Arts Center. Fausto offers all-day "coffee, cocktails, wine, beer, good California style cuisine and always good company," according to an Instagram post by Austin.
Photo: Hailey Bollinger
Taglio
56 E. 12th St., Over-the-Rhine
Taglio, the Columbia Tusculum pizza joint from brothers Nick and Jared Wayne (also of A Tavola) and partner Jake Goodwin, has expanded into Over-the-Rhine in the space once occupied by sports bar Lachey's. Taglio is known for both its traditional and deep-dish Detroit-style pizzas, among other menu items, and the fact that they deliver their entire menu — including wine and beer. 
Photo: Holden Mathis

Taglio

56 E. 12th St., Over-the-Rhine
Taglio, the Columbia Tusculum pizza joint from brothers Nick and Jared Wayne (also of A Tavola) and partner Jake Goodwin, has expanded into Over-the-Rhine in the space once occupied by sports bar Lachey's. Taglio is known for both its traditional and deep-dish Detroit-style pizzas, among other menu items, and the fact that they deliver their entire menu — including wine and beer.
Photo: Holden Mathis
Mom ‘n ‘em Coffee
3128 Colerain Ave., Camp Washington
Brothers Tony and Austin Ferrari opened Mom ‘n ‘em Coffee in Camp Washington to honor mom Theresa. Mom ‘n ‘em serves coffee and espresso drinks along with toasts and pastries. They also sell beer and wine to go or to be enjoyed there. Their menu features items such as cheese and salumi, anchovies, sardines and an egg sandwich named the “Dirty ‘Nati." 
Photo: Hailey Bollinger

Mom ‘n ‘em Coffee

3128 Colerain Ave., Camp Washington
Brothers Tony and Austin Ferrari opened Mom ‘n ‘em Coffee in Camp Washington to honor mom Theresa. Mom ‘n ‘em serves coffee and espresso drinks along with toasts and pastries. They also sell beer and wine to go or to be enjoyed there. Their menu features items such as cheese and salumi, anchovies, sardines and an egg sandwich named the “Dirty ‘Nati."
Photo: Hailey Bollinger
Coming Soon: Northern Row Brewery and Distillery
111 W. McMicken Ave., Over-the-Rhine
Northern Row Brewery & Distillery is located on West McMicken Avenue in a building that was originally constructed in 1895 as Christian Moerlein’s icehouse and storage space. The storied taproom will pour a slew of traditional lagers and inventive brews, in addition to a variety of wine and spirits. Opening date has not yet been confirmed. 
Photo: Hailey Bollinger

Coming Soon: Northern Row Brewery and Distillery

111 W. McMicken Ave., Over-the-Rhine
Northern Row Brewery & Distillery is located on West McMicken Avenue in a building that was originally constructed in 1895 as Christian Moerlein’s icehouse and storage space. The storied taproom will pour a slew of traditional lagers and inventive brews, in addition to a variety of wine and spirits. Opening date has not yet been confirmed.
Photo: Hailey Bollinger
Coming Soon: BlaCk Coffee
822 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine
This new coffee shop and hookah bar is from the owners of BlaCk OWned and is slated to open July 4. 
Photo: Hailey Bollinger

Coming Soon: BlaCk Coffee

822 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine
This new coffee shop and hookah bar is from the owners of BlaCk OWned and is slated to open July 4.
Photo: Hailey Bollinger