Inside Rosie's Cocktails & Pies, Cincinnati's New East Coast-Style Pizza Joint

From the team behind downtown's Crown Republic Gastropub and Over-the-Rhine's boutique steakhouse Losanti comes Rosie's Cocktails & Pies. The East Coast-style pizza spot…

By CityBeat Staff

Interior of the cozy and vibrant dining room
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These Are Cincinnati's 10 Best New Bars, According to CityBeat Readers

Despite the challenges faced by the bar and restaurant industry throughout the COVID pandemic, folks still found ways to support new local…

By CityBeat Staff

Owned by husband and wife duo Amy and Tom Fessler, when designing the space and menu, they found a great deal of inspiration from a vacation to California's Venice Beach.
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These Are Cincinnati’s 10 Best Independent Bookstores, as Voted by CityBeat Readers

The Queen City is home to a vibrant community of bookworms. And lucky for them, there are plenty of locally-owned neighborhood bookstores…

By CityBeat Staff

No. 3: Roebling Point Books & Coffee
    306 Greenup St., Covington
    As the name suggests Roebling Point, is both an indie bookstore and community coffee shop. Owner Richard Hunt likes to refer to it as a “third place” — that space that isn’t work or home but feels just as comfortable. Roebling Point has created its niche by providing fair-trade, organic coffee in addition to books and by sharing profound quotes on the chalkboards on the building’s exterior. Multiple rooms house a customer-influenced book inventory. Fiction and non-fiction works rest among local authors, poetry, children’s books and a handful of classics.
    Photo: Francisco Huerta
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This Charming North College Hill Cottage with a Cute Retro Kitchen Is Only $125K

This quaint and cozy cottage in North College Hill (7021 Hamilton Ave.) is loaded with charm — and at a price that…

By CityBeat Staff

This Charming North College Hill Cottage with a Cute Retro Kitchen Is Only $125K
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This Drool-Worthy Midcentury Modern Montgomery Reno is For Sale, and We Can't Get Enough

A beautiful abode by Cincinnati renovation team Cincy Home Revival just hit the market — an ultra-chic Midcentury Modern transformation in Montgomery…

By CityBeat Staff

This Drool-Worthy Midcentury Modern Montgomery Reno is For Sale, and We Can't Get Enough
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22 Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week Restaurants Offering Their Deals for Carry-Out April 19-25

Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week returns April 19-25 this spring, featuring $26, $36 and $46 three-course meals from dozens of Cincinnati restaurants. One…

By CityBeat Staff

The Capital Grille
    $46 3-Course Lunch and Dinner // Dine-In or Carry-Out
    FIRST COURSE (choose one): Field Greens Salad with parmesan vinaigrette; Wedge Salad with blue cheese dressing and bacon lardons; New England Clam Chowder.
    SECOND COURSE (choose one) 8-oz Filet Mignon; 14-oz Bone-In Dry-Aged New York Strip Steak (pictured); Citrus Glazed Salmon; Roasted Chicken Breast with wild mushroom risotto.
    SECOND COURSE ACCOMPANIMENTS (choose one): Creamed Spinach; Sam’s Mashed Potatoes.
    THIRD COURSE (choose one): Creme Brulee with fresh berries; Dark Chocolate Espresso Cake.
    Photo: Provided
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Here's Where to Find Cincinnati's Best Takeout Restaurants

CityBeat has been in the business of curating the Best Of Cincinnati® for more than two decades, highlighting the city’s most outstanding selections in Eats,…

By CityBeat Staff

No. 5 Best Takeout: Gomez Salsa
    107 E. 12th St., Over-the-Rhine
    Gomez Salsa in Over-the-Rhine has a walk-up takeout window, so it's no wonder it made it on this list of best takeout. Between Gomez's signature turtles — a burrito-sized tortilla stuffed with meat, veggies, salsa and sauce and sealed with a crunchy cheesy kiss — tacos, burritos and fresh drinks, there is something for everyone. Gomez also has a restaurant in Walnut Hills for sit-down dining.
    Photo: Lindsay McCarty
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25 Over-the-Top Eats from Cincinnati Restaurants Sure to Satisfy Your Munchies

Sometimes a sort of unreasonable hunger strikes, and when that time comes, a regular ole' grilled cheese just won't cut it. Lucky…

By CityBeat Staff

Mikey’s Late Night Slice
    2014 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine
    Mikey Late Night Slice's is known for its giant, foldable pizza slices and drunk-friendly menu items, like the "Pizza Dog," a hot dog stuffed with pepperoni and cheese, which is then wrapped in a slice of pizza as the bun. There's also the Cheezus Crust and Baby Cheezus, which is American cheese melted on top of two slices of pizza and pressed together into a sandwich. 
    Photo via instagram.com/latenightslice
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This Rustic-Chic OTR Home with a Big Ass Fenced-In Yard is Less Than $300K

This Over-the-Rhine abode offers the best of both worlds: the spacious yard and two-car garage you'd find in the 'burbs, mixed with…

By CityBeat Staff

This Rustic-Chic OTR Home with a Big Ass Fenced-In Yard is Less Than $300K
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25 Adoptable Dogs You Could Take Home Today From Cincinnati Animal CARE for Just $25

Cincinnati Animal CARE Humane Society, which recently took over Hamilton County's Northside shelter (formerly operated by the SPCA), is offering $25 dog…

By CityBeat Staff

Unica
    Age: 6 months / Breed: Hound Mix / Sex: Female / Size: Medium
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This Midcentury Modern Wyoming Home is Loaded with Natural Light and Serene Views

Yes, we have another Midcentury Modern home for your viewing pleasure because, just as local real estate group cincinnatimodern says, "good design…

By CityBeat Staff

This Midcentury Modern Wyoming Home is Loaded with Natural Light and Serene Views
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Zoo Blooms at the Cincinnati Zoo are at Their Peak. Let's Take a Tour

The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden's annual Zoo Blooms spring floral display is at its peak beauty right now. “There are thousands…

By CityBeat Staff

Zoo Blooms at the Cincinnati Zoo are at Their Peak. Let's Take a Tour
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Controversial Kentucky Home With Unsettling Vault (or Prison Cell?) Is For Sale

This Louisville, Kentucky, property has it all: a secluded 13-acre lot, a pond with a dock, a generously sized workshop, "18-inch poured…

By CityBeat Staff

Controversial Kentucky Home With Unsettling Vault (or Prison Cell?) Is For Sale
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Cincinnati's 10 Best Brunch Spots Worth Getting Out of Bed For

CityBeat has been in the business of curating the Best Of Cincinnati® for more than two decades, highlighting the city’s most outstanding selections in Eats,…

By CityBeat Staff

3. Boomtown Biscuits & Whiskey
    1201 Broadway St., Pendleton
    It’s biscuit time any time at this frontier-themed eatery. The star of the show — and menu — are baked golden nuggets of goodness. These buttery, soft discs with a close crumb and a browned, lightly bubbled top are present in everything from sandwiches and bowls to sweets. The Gold Shoes has three biscuits and a choice of gravy — Sawmill, Peppercorn or Vegan Tomato. Also check out Aunt Sally’s Shrimp: Thai-inspired lemongrass shrimp with coconut chili gravy, smoked cheddar grits, and diced country ham. A second location will be opening in Union, Kentucky this year.
    Photo: Hailey Bollinger
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A Taste of What You Can Try During Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week This April

Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week returns April 19-25 this spring, featuring $26, $36 and $46 three-course meals from dozens of Cincinnati restaurants. One…

By CityBeat Staff

Eighteen at the Radisson
    $36 3-Course Dinner // Dine-In Only
    Half Rack Baby Back Ribs: (pictured right, second course option)
    Photo: Provided
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Twitter is Going Bananas Over Cincinnati's Alleged Cemetery Monkey Sightings

Price Hill residents caught a glimpse of a truly wild sight on Wednesday evening, as five monkeys were reportedly seen at St.…

By CityBeat Staff

Twitter is Going Bananas Over Cincinnati's Alleged Cemetery Monkey Sightings
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This Ultra-Modern Mt. Adams Home Might Have the Best Views in Cincinnati

A stunning Modern abode designed by a late locally renowned architect and Holocaust survivor will soon be hitting the real estate market.…

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These Are Cincinnati's 10 Best Breweries, as Voted by CityBeat Readers

CityBeat has been in the business of curating the Best Of Cincinnati® for more than two decades, highlighting the city’s most outstanding selections in Eats,…

By CityBeat Staff

5. MadTree Brewing Co.
    3301 Madison Road, Oakley
    At MadTree Brewing, you can support the environment one beer at a time. This brewery is dedicated to more than providing local, craveable beer: MadTree donates 1% of its proceeds to nonprofits that strive toward environmental sustainability. Founded in 2013, MadTree’s main attraction is the big-ass beer garden, with 32 MadTree-exclusive taps, ambient lighting and an industrial brick facade leftover from the building’s factory days. There’s more than enough space to accommodate all the beer-drinking, cornhole-playing, dog-loving humans that hang at the brewery on the regular. 
    Photo: facebook.com/madtree
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Everything We Saw at the Reds Opening Day

Yes, it was cold. Yes, it even snowed. But a chill in the air won't stop Reds fans from supporting the home…

By CityBeat Staff

Everything We Saw at the Reds Opening Day
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Cincinnati's 10 Best Rooftop Bars to Visit This Summer

Yes, sweet summertime will be here before you know it... which means it's time to figure out which local rooftop bars you…

By CityBeat Staff

1. Rhinegeist
    1910 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine
    Rhinegeist has worked quickly over the past half-decade to become one of the city’s favorite local brewers.  Their 25,000-square-foot warehouse tucked away on the north end of Elm is home to boozy alchemy and big house parties. Head upstairs to the weather-dependent giant patio. This very chill wooden rooftop deck features ample seating and an upstairs bar with more than a dozen draft beers and ciders, plus a selection of wine and draft cocktails.
    Photo: Hailey Bollinger
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Inside Mariemont's Sophisticated Seafood-Centric Eatery The Emery

Looking Glass Hospitality Group — the team behind TAHONA Kitchen+Bar, S.W. Clyborne Provision & Spirits, Fretboard Brewing & Public House and Toast…

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Exterior of The Emery
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This Midcentury Modern-Meets-Art Deco Abode On the East Side Has Us Packing Our Bags

There are plenty of homes on the market with stereotypical renovation features like white cabinets, grey walls and mediocre LVP flooring. But…

By CityBeat Staff

This Midcentury Modern-Meets-Art Deco Abode On the East Side Has Us Packing Our Bags
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These are Cincinnati's Best Restaurants, 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

Best New Restaurant
    1. Ivory House, ivoryhousecincy.com
    2. The Governor, governordiner.com
    3. Fifty West Burger Bar, fiftywestbrew.com
    4. Good Plates Eatery, goodplateseatery.com
    5. Khora, khorarestaurant.com
    6. Galactic Fried Chicken, galacticfriedchicken.com
    7. Pepp & Dolores, peppanddolores.com
    8. Dear Restaurant & Butchery, dear-restaurant.com
    9. Taqueria 251, taqueria2five1.com
    10. OTR Chili Co., otrchilico.com
    Photo: Hailey Bollinger
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Here's What's New at Cincinnati's Great American Ball Park

Spring is upon us, and with it comes baseball season. And while, like most events, things might look a tad bit different…

By CityBeat Staff

Great American Ball Park
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Here’s What it Would Look Like if the Ever Given Barge was Stuck in Cincinnati

The Ever Given, a 220,000-ton, 1,300-foot-long ship, was freed Monday after "Austin Powering" itself in the Suez Canal for six straight days. And while…

By CityBeat Staff

Here it is stuck at the Great American Ball Park
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This Cute Mt. Lookout Home Looks Like the Dollhouse of Our Dreams

From the picture-perfect window boxes to the ornate front door, this Mt. Lookout abode (3457 Arnold St.) looks like a dollhouse come-to-life.…

By CityBeat Staff

This Cute Mt. Lookout Home Looks Like the Dollhouse of Our Dreams
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This Ohio Home Has an Ice Cream Sundae Bar and an Indoor/Outdoor Pool

Recently featured on Facebook group Zillow Gone Wild, this Ohio home brings some unique offerings to the table. Located northeast of Columbus…

By CityBeat Staff

This Ohio Home Has an Ice Cream Sundae Bar and an Indoor/Outdoor Pool
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Inside Bellevue's Fairfield Venues, Chic Rentable Spaces Located in a Century-Old Bank

Bellevue's The Fairfield Venues has been a renovation project in the works since 2018, when owners Kate and Toby Moeves purchased the century-old former…

By CityBeat Staff

Fairfield Venues' second floor space featuring plenty of natural light, earthy tones and chill vibes.
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Inside Northside's Long-Anticipated Deli, Cheese Shop and Specialty Grocer Morsel & Nosh

Life is all about the little things, and Morsel & Nosh is bringing you the best of small bites with big flavor.…

By CityBeat Staff

Inside Northside's Long-Anticipated Deli, Cheese Shop and Specialty Grocer Morsel & Nosh
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