25 Trendy Greater Cincinnati Bars Located Outside of Over-the-Rhine

Whether it's the parking struggles, avoiding Vine Street crowds or you simply want to explore a new hood, there are plenty of…

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Comfort Station
    793 E. McMillan St., Walnut Hills
    Located in a former 105-year-old rest area, Comfort Station is an airy nightlife destination full of hip cocktails and outdoor lounge spots. Enter through the bright blue former women’s restroom door to access main bar space, replete with original skylights, plush blue-velvet seating and a living plant wall. From the bar you can access the back patio, which has multiple seating nooks — including an elevated perch with cushions — as well as a cozy fire pit.
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Cincinnati's 24 Hottest Bars Located Outside of Over-the-Rhine

Over-the-Rhine may be a hot spot for nightlife, but if you’re looking to escape the hustle and bustle while seeking out a…

By CityBeat Staff

Cincinnati's 24 Hottest Bars Located Outside of Over-the-Rhine
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20 Cincinnati Bars with Food as Good as Their Drinks

These local watering holes have their priorities straight: a great selection of cocktails, beer and wine paired with enough snacks and entrées to…

By CityBeat Staff

Longfellow
    1233 Clay St., Over-the-Rhine
    Longfellow is the OTR version of a dive bar. Cool crafted cocktails include selections like the Spruce Goose, with barrel-aged gin, honey, lime, bitters and tonic. A fun pay-it-forward board menu allows you to buy drinks for friends, strangers and crushes. If you're hungry, try their Blue Collar Plate: various sliced charcuterie sandwiched in baguette with Dijon, pickled shallot and, optionally, anchovy (get it). Served with a 16 oz. beer and Grippo's chips.
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