Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week Returns This Month to More Than 40 Local Restaurants

Enjoy $26, $36 and $46 three-course prix fixe menus from dozens of area eateries, with $1 from each meal benefitting Cincinnati Children's.

click to enlarge Lobster mac and cheese from Court Street Lobster Bar - Photo: Provided by Court Street Lobster Bar
Photo: Provided by Court Street Lobster Bar
Lobster mac and cheese from Court Street Lobster Bar

Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week is once again bringing a local dining experience to the Tri-State from Sept. 20-26. The event features more than 40 participating restaurants offering dine-in and limited take-out options. Area restaurants will offer $26, $36 and $46 three-course prix fixe menus.

The event offers a week crafted to promote positive publicity and encourage locals to visit an array of Cincy’s culinary talents. Greater Cincinnati restaurants are one of the greatest assets to our community, and they need us now more than ever. Restaurants can expect a substantial surge in business during Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week while simultaneously establishing new customer relations and rewarding existing ones.

This year $1 from every meal will be going directly to Cincinnati Children’s and CityBeat will match the first 1,000 meals.

“As a father of four myself, I have personally experienced the amazing care and unparalleled compassion that Cincinnati Children’s brings to families. To partner once again in a way that advances Cincinnati Children’s ability to serve and to extend the reach to those very families brings us and our restaurant partners a great deal of pride,” said GCRW organizer Tony Frank.

“We are honored to be a part of such a great event,” says Jane Hollenbeck, donor relations officer at Cincinnati Children’s. “Participating in the Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week is a fun and delicious way to support the patients and families who turn to Cincinnati Children’s for care. We are grateful that our community continues to give back in exciting and creative ways like this.” 

The full list of participating restaurants includes: Alfio's Buon Cibo, BrewRiver Creole Kitchen, Brown Dog Café, Butcher and Barrel, The Capital Grille, Che, Coppin's at Hotel Covington, Court Street Lobster Bar, deSha's American Tavern, Eddie Merlots, Eighteen at the Radisson, Embers, Firebirds, Forno Osteria + Bar, Forno Osteria + Bar Montgomery, Galla Park, The Golden Lamb, Goose & Elder, Ivory House, Jag's Steak & Seafood, Kona Grill, Libby's Southern Comfort, LouVino, The Melting Pot, Metropole at 21c, Mita's, Morton's the Steak House, Moerlein Lager House, Napa Kitchen and Bar, Nicola's, Nicholson's, Overlook Kitchen + Bar, Pleasantry, Primavista, Prime Cincinnati, Pampa's Argentine Gastropub, Salazar, Season's 52, Somm Wine Bar, Street City Pub, Subito at Lytle Park Hotel, The Mercer, Trio, The View at Shires Garden, and Via Vite. Restaurants subject to change

Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week is a limited-time offer for locals to experience fine dining at a considerably reserved cost as well as Maker’s Mark specialty cocktail features. The weeklong event highlights area restaurants and provides more flavors and more experiences than any other week of the year. Reservations are highly encouraged.

For more information about the event and to view the menus, visit

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