April 20, 2022

What Cincinnati's Oldest Restaurants Looked Like 15 Years Ago

Cincinnati has changed a lot since 2007, especially within the restaurant scene. While trendy new spots deserve recognition, it's incredibly important to pay homage to the restaurants that have stood the test of time in our city.  These eateries have existed around the Queen City for decades, but the buildings and their surroundings have been transformed more recently than that.  Scroll through to check out what the oldest restaurants in Cincinnati looked like 15 years ago. 
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What Cincinnati's Oldest Restaurants Looked Like 15 Years Ago
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Zip's Cafe, Oct. 2007
1036 Delta Ave., Mt. Lookout
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Zip's Cafe, Oct. 2007

1036 Delta Ave., Mt. Lookout
Zip's Cafe, July 2021
1036 Delta Ave., Mt. Lookout
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Zip's Cafe, July 2021

1036 Delta Ave., Mt. Lookout
Scotti's Italian Restaurant, Sept. 2007
919 Vine St., Downtown
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Scotti's Italian Restaurant, Nov. 2020
919 Vine St., Downtown
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The Golden Lamb, Oct. 2007
27 S. Broadway St., Lebanon
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The Golden Lamb, Oct. 2007

27 S. Broadway St., Lebanon
The Golden Lamb, Oct. 2021
27 S. Broadway St., Lebanon
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The Golden Lamb, Oct. 2021

27 S. Broadway St., Lebanon
Frisch's Mainliner, Aug. 2007
5760 Wooster Pike, Fairfax
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Frisch's Mainliner, Aug. 2007

5760 Wooster Pike, Fairfax
Frisch's Mainliner, Oct. 2021
5760 Wooster Pike, Fairfax
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Frisch's Mainliner, Oct. 2021

5760 Wooster Pike, Fairfax
The Precinct, Aug. 2007
311 Delta Ave., Columbia Tusculum
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The Precinct, Aug. 2007

311 Delta Ave., Columbia Tusculum