21 New and Coming Soon Cincinnati Restaurants to Try This Summer

Hungry? Good. Cincinnati has some buns in the oven. The pandemic appears to be in the rear-view mirror and the Queen City's…

By CityBeat Staff

Somerset OTR
    139 E. McMicken Ave., Over-the-Rhine
    Slated to open this summer, this literal urban oasis will transport visitors across the globe once they walk through the entrance gates. The forthcoming bar features a vibrant jungle atmosphere, with eclectic decor and unique seating throughout the space. Somerset will have two bars — a conservatory bar and a lounge bar, as well as an herb garden, space for a food truck and an outdoor cinema wall, according to their Instagram. 
    Photo: Facebook.com/somerset.otr
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Newport on the Levee is Back After Millions in Renovations, Let's Take a Tour

After two years of renovation plans and reconstruction, Newport on the Levee kicked off Memorial Day Weekend with their grand opening. Twenty-five…

By CityBeat Staff

The Gallery building at Newport on the Levee used to be covered in red brick on the outside, but now has been renovated to feature all glass on the front, offering plenty of natural light inside the building. The 380,000-square-foot building is home to a few of the new retail shops and restaurants.
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22 New Cincinnati Restaurants You Need to Try This Spring

The Cincinnati food scene is about to get a lot more flavorful. Between two specialty meat and cheese shops, a cannabis-themed sub…

By CityBeat Staff

FB’s Kitchen & Lounge
    126 W. 6th St., Downtown
    FB’s recently hosted their grand opening on March 10. The eatery boasts 4K TVs, fresh pasta and pizza and a patio, making it the “only Italian-inspired sports bar in Downtown Cincinnati,” their website says. The menu features wagyu beef meatballs, 12-inch specialty pizzas and a variety of cocktails. FB’s is a brainchild of the Earth + Ocean Restaurant Group (folks behind E+O Kitchen and E+O New Asian). 
    Photo: Tony Frank
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25 Greater Cincinnati Restaurants Where You Can Dine Inside This Weekend

As Greater Cincinnati begins to phase back into something resembling normalcy, restaurants were allowed to offer indoor seating starting Thursday, May 21.…

By CityBeat Staff

25 Greater Cincinnati Restaurants Where You Can Dine Inside This Weekend
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25 Cincinnati Restaurants That Are Still Worth Writing About After 25 Years

The local food scene has been a cornerstone of CityBeat coverage since the beginning in 1994, albeit originally in slightly more obtuse…

By CityBeat Staff

    600 Washington Ave., Newport
    This restaurant, where the toothpick scene in Rain Man was filmed, has been offering classic family Italian food since 1933. You really can’t go wrong with any pasta dish. Play a game of bocce ball on the back court in the warmer months or grab a burger in the attached Colonel Pomp’s Tavern.
    Photo: Hailey Bollinger
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The 17 Most-Anticipated New Restaurants Coming to Cincinnati This Fall

Cincinnati's restaurant scene is hot — and it just keeps getting hotter. From scratch-made pasta spots to late-night donut destinations and barbeque…

By CityBeat Staff

    225 Fairfield Ave., Bellevue, Kentucky
    This new evening gathering place will serve craft cocktails, coffee, wine, beer and donuts out of a renovated vintage 1976 Bristol double-decker bus and a dreamy outdoor courtyard. The space is across the street from Darkness Brewing, formerly the home of Mama C's Buttercream & Sprinkles bakery. They will host soft openings throughout the fall ahead of their grand opening in spring 2020.
    Photo: Meagan White
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Inside Fairfield Market, a Trendy Wine and Coffee Bar in Bellevue

Appealing to residents on either side of the Ohio River, Fairfield Market brings coffee, cocktails, locally sourced snacks on pretty plates and…

By CityBeat Staff

Inside Fairfield Market, a Trendy Wine and Coffee Bar in Bellevue
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21 Cincinnati Restaurants with Gorgeous Scenic Views

It’s easy to forget just how beautiful Cincinnati is. From floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the skyline to eateries nestled right on along river,…

By CityBeat Staff

Incline Public House
    2601 W. Eighth St., Price Hill
    With a 1,400-square-foot deck for soaking in vistas and cocktails, this eatery boasts some spectacular views of the Queen City. The Incline Public House’s name is derived from the actual Cincinnati Incline that existed there from the late 1800s to the 1940s. Their upscale twist on pub food features sandwiches, salads, epicurean appetizers and a slew of craft cocktails and draft beers. Build your own pizza with toppings ranging from pepperoni and prosciutto to fried egg and oven-roasted tomato. 
    Photo: Hailey Bollinger
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These 24 Cincinnati Restaurants and Bars are New or Coming Soon in 2019

Cincinnati's restaurant and bar scene is thriving, with new options popping up at every turn. Over the past three months, the Queen…

By CityBeat Staff

Coming Soon: Holiday Liquor Bar
    1538 Race St., Over-the-Rhine
    This new bar concept from the team behind Senate/Abigail Street/Pontiac (aka the Queen City Hospitality Group) will be a "dive bar" off the main drag of nightlife destinations in OTR and will feature a food menu, though drinks will be the focus. 
    Photo: Paige Deglow
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