Cincinnati's 25 Best Restaurants Right Now According to Yelp

The Queen City is full of diverse and delicious restaurants and, subsequently, plenty of online food reviewers. These Yelpers have some interesting…

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6. Mighty Good: Meat n’ Three
    1819 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine
    ”It's Mighty Good! The food is great.  The price is right! Best value in OTR. Been a few times and all the meat choices are great.  Loved the corn bread and the grits.  But can't go wrong no matter what you pick.” — Joe H. 
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The 20 Hottest New Restaurants in Cincinnati Right Now

Summer is here, and Cincinnati's food scene is heating up. Dozens of restaurants have opened since the beginning of the year, from…

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Oakley Kitchen Food Hall
    3715 Madison Road, Oakley
    Greater Cincinnati's culinary scene is expanding rapidly, and with the opening of incubator kitchen and event space Oakley Kitchen Food Hall, area chefs and food entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to develop their ideas, skills and products even further. The food hall has softly opened its eight local food vendors and soon will host its grand opening in tandem with the opening of hall's The Cutaway Bar. The establishment will feature a joint-use space: eight kitchen pods featuring start-ups and ghost kitchens inhabit the first floor, along with Campfire Foods Commissary, the forthcoming bar (with Mike Stankovich, the local bar owner behind Longfellow, at the helm) and a marketplace that offers local products from both new and established local businesses. Restaurants include La Petite Frite, Khana, Jimmie Lou's, Loakley, Parts & Labor, Onolicious Hi and Olive Tree. Upstairs, Oakley Kitchen Food Hall will feature a 10,000 square-foot seating space/rentable event venue that can be used for food-centric parties, private events and weddings.
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20 New Cincinnati Restaurants and Bars Opening This Fall

The Queen City is ever-changing and growing, and even after a rather challenging year, our culinary scene is still moving full-steam ahead.…

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    225 Fairfield Ave., Bellevue
    Bellevue bar and eatery Nomad is opening its doors this September. They will serve craft cocktails and beer, but the main attraction will be the boozy (and virgin) milkshakes and tater tot baskets. The space is meant to bring together the adventurers in life to relax, connect and reflect on their journeys. Eventually a vintage double-decker bus will be parked in the courtyard to provide an eclectic seating option, but for now, they will utilize the space for more breezy, string-lit seating. 
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19 Cincinnati Restaurants That Have Closed Their Doors in 2020

The Queen City's culinary landscape is constantly growing and changing. It seems inevitable — especially during the financial strain of our current…

By CityBeat Staff

Sartre OTR
    1910 Elm St., Over-the Rhine
    Upscale Over-the-Rhine eatery Sartre closed its doors after the new year. The restaurant was located beneath Rhinegeist Brewery and opened in the fall of 2017. 
    The name behind French(ish) brasserie was conceived as a playful homage to philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre. The eatery served up a changing menu of snacks, shareables and mains with a Parisian bistro sensibility. The space has since been transformed into OTR Chili Co., a Cincinnati-style chili parlor.
    Photo via SartreOTR
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Cincinnati's 20 Tastiest Burger Joints You Should Have Tried By Now

Whether you like your burgers thick and beefy, or you're more on the hunt for a hearty, vegetarian-friendly version — we've got…

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Overall Burger (Non-Chain)4. Nation Kitchen and Bar1200 Broadway St., Downtown
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