Lost & Found OTR Reopens with New Patio in the Middle of 14th Street

The cocktail bar has taken advantage of the city's plan to close down some streets and parking areas to allow bars and restaurants to expand outdoor seating

click to enlarge Lost & Found's front room - PHOTO: HAILEY BOLLINGER
Photo: Hailey Bollinger
Lost & Found's front room

Lost & Found OTR, a cocktail bar with a focus on funky local art, creative drinks and, now, an expanded food menu, has been closed to the public since Gov. Mike DeWine's order in mid-March. 

In the meantime, they've been offering carry-out cocktails, wine, beer and assorted low-proof spirits, plus soups, salads, sandwiches and full meals to go (or for delivery). 

But this favorite drinking and dancing destination has just announced they have set up a new patio utilizing part of 14th Street and some orange barricades.

The extension into the street is part of the city's novel solution — the Reignite Cincy: Temporary Outdoor Street Dining Program — that allows eateries and bars to expand their outdoor seating into public right of ways to accommodate social distancing.

Other establishments including Pontiac, Pepp & Dolores, Sacred Beast, Salazar and Maize have taken advantage of the program and extending dining into the street or sidewalk.


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