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Page 6 - Key Cincinnati
December 2015
Page 6
2016 Mercedes-Benz
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Mayor’s Welcome
Dear Visitor:
On behalf of the
citizens of Cincinnati,
I am honored to invite
you to our great city.
Cincinnati has
invested billions of
dollars in recent
downtown and riverfront development,
including the historic Over-the-Rhine neighborhood and The Banks entertainment district.
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Winter is an especially great time to visit our
city. In addition to the buzz of the crowds excited
about the holiday season, Cincinnati has several
special attractions at this time of the year. They
include the ice skating rink and large holiday tree
at Fountain Square, the Duke Energy holiday toy
train display at Museum Center at Union Terminal,
the Festival of Lights at the Cincinnati Zoo &
Botanical Garden, and many more!
Key Magazine Cincinnati is a great resource
for learning about the many attractions we have
to offer. With world-class museums and theaters,
one of the top five zoos in the nation, touring
Broadway productions and incredible architecture, Cincinnati has something for everyone to
enjoy.
Numerous high-profile events have been held
in Cincinnati in recent years including the 2015
Major League Baseball All-Star Game and the
2012 World Choir Games. We are honored to
welcome thousands of convention visitors to our
city each year, and know that your decision to visit
the Queen City will not leave you disappointed.
I am confident you will enjoy your stay in
Cincinnati. Please enjoy our hospitality, sample
our many amenities and have a wonderful time.
We are glad you’re here!
Sincerely,
Mayor John J. Cranley
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DECEMber 2015
VOL. 72
NO. 12
Mayor’s Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Cover story. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
What’s Going On. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Letter from the Publisher. . . . . . . . . 10
Event of the Month. . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Shopping Hightlight. . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Holiday Gift Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Greater Cincinnati Area Map. . . . 16-17
Downtown Map. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Over The Rhine Map. . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Over The Rhine Dining . . . . . . . . . . 21
Downtown Dining . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Northern Dining. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Kentucky Dining . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Art Galleries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Shopping Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Antique Shops. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Southbank Shuttle Map . . . . . . . . . 30
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Cover Story
Mercedes-Benz of Ft. Mitchell’s annual Mardi Gras for
Homeless Children combines fun with fundraising
B
e sure to mark February 9, 2016 down
on your calendar – you don’t want to
miss The 25th Annual Mardi Gras for
Homeless Children presented by Mercedes Benz
of Fort Mitchell!
Produced by the Northern Kentucky Restaurant Association (NKRA), this event is a don’t-miss
for anyone who likes to have a little fun, New
Orleans-style, while also helping Tri-State area
homeless children get the food they so desperately need. Everyone can enjoy this culinary-tasting
experience, with lots of food and beverages from
over 50 local restaurants and beverage purveyors.
Graze your way through the Northern Kentucky
Convention Center while listening to live jazz
entertainment from Robin Lacey and DeZydeco
Band, and feast your eyes while you’re sampling
the goods on stilt walkers, clowns, live and silent
auctions, and the exciting and prominent Mardi
Gras Parade, led by the Beechwood High School
Marching Band.
This year’s Mardi Gras court features Mardi
Gras King Mike McConnell, of 700WLW and Mardi
Gras Queen Sheila Gray, of Local 12 News. Grand
Marshall is Giovani Bernard, running back for the
Bengals, and the whole event will be emceed by
Harry Stephens and D-Lo from KISS 107.
All proceeds from the 25th Annual Mardi
Gras for Homeless Children goes towards food
purchases for Bethany House Services, Brighton
Center’s Homeward Bound and Welcome House
of Northern Kentucky. This event has raised over
$1,348,370.00 since its’ inception, and the money
is a true gift to these agencies, giving them enough
to stock their pantries for at least a full year.
“It’s a truly regional event,” says event Chairman
Gordon Snyder, “and a great way the restaurants
can give back to their community.”
Mercedes Benz of Fort Mitchell has been a
proud sponsor of this event for three years, and
are glad to name Local 12-WKRC Cincinnati,
FOX19, Remke, Mondelez, KISS 107, 700WLW,
iHeart Media and Starr Printing as promotional
sponsors. Tickets are available for $60/person,
which provides admittance for the entire event
from 6:30pm-10:00pm; you can purchase tickets
at Mercedes Benz of Fort Mitchell, Hofbrauhaus
Newport, Marriott RiverCenter, Embassy Suites
RiverCenter, by phone at 859-291-6572, or online
at www.2016mardigras.org. VIP tickets are available for $80, which allows you entry to the event
at 5:30pm.
Enjoy great food, listen to great entertainment, see local celebrities and help those in need:
come to the 25th Annual Mardi Gras for Homeless
Children!
What’s GoinG on
ARONOFF CTR. FOR THE
ARTS
650 Walnut Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-621-2787 (ARTS)
Irving Berlin’s White
Christmas: 11/24-12/6
Letters Home: 12/4
Christopher Titus: Born with a
Defect: 12/5
Rudolph the Red Nosed
Reindeer: The Musical: 12/9
Wanda Sykes: 12/11
The Polar Express: 12/1212/13
Mannheim Steamroller
Christmas by Chip Davis:
12/13
ART BEYOND BOUNDARIES
GALLERY
1410 Main St .
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-421-8726
Changing Perceptions: Déjà
vu: 11/1-12/23
BELTERRA CASINO & HOTEL
777 Belterra Drive
Florence, Indiana 47020
812-427-7777
Aaron Neville: 12/12
BOGART’S
2621 Vine St .
Cincinnati, OH 45219
513-872-8801
August Burns Red: 12/3
Monica-The Code Red
Experience: 12/4
Sleater-Kinney: 12/6
Steel Panther: 12/9
Silverstein & Senses Fail
Co-Headline Tour 2015 W .
Hundredth, Capsize: 12/15
Dustin Lynch: 12/17
DigiTour SlayBells Ice: 12/18
The Academy Is: Almost Here
Tour: 12/19
Led Zeppelin 2: 12/27
in
Clutch: Psychic Warfare World
Tour: 12/31
CINCINNATI ART MUSEUM
953 Eden Park Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-721-2787 (ARTS)
Field Guide: Photographs by
Jochen Lempert: 11/1-1/3/16
Sublime Beauty: Raphael’s
Portrait of a Lady with a
Unicorn: 11/1-1/3/16
DeceMber
WATER TOWER
FINES WINES
6136 Campus Lane,
Cincinnati, OH 45230
513-231-9463
Spanish Cavas and Italian
Proseccos: 12/4
American Sparklers: 12/11
Champagne and French
Bubbles: 12/18
CINCINNATI BALLET
COMPANY
1555 Central Parkway
Cincinnati, OH 45214
513-621-5219
Frisch’s Presents The
Nutcracker: 12/18-12/27
513-421-3888 (Box Office)
Low Down Dirty Blues: 12/112/6, 12/8, 12/10-12/13,
12/15-12/20,
A Christmas Carol: 12/3-12/6,
12/10-12/13, 12/15-12/20,
12/22-12/23, 12/2-12/30
CINCINNATI BENGALS
vs . Steelers: 12/13
CINCINNATI POPS
ORCHESTRA
1241 Elm Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
General Information: 513-6211919 or Box Office: 513-3813300
Holiday Pops: 12/11-12/13
Michael W . Smith: 12/15
CINCINNATI CYCLONES
vs . Grizzlies: 12/3
vs . Komets: 12/5
vs . Wings: 12/6
vs . Swamp Rabbits: 12/17
vs . Jackals: 12/19
vs . Jackals: 12/20
vs . Icemen: 12/29
CINCINNATI MUSEUM CTR.
1301 Western Ave .
Cincinnati, OH 45203
513-287-7000
Big Bone Lick: Birthplace of
American Paleontology:
10/10-2/21/16
The Art of the Brick: opens
10/23
Holiday Junction featuring the
Duke Energy Holiday Trains:
12/1-12/24
CINCINNATI PLAYHOUSE IN
THE PARK
962 Mt . Adams Circle
Cincinnati, OH 45202
CINCINNATI PUBLIC
LIBRARY: MAIN BRANCH
800 Vine Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-369-6900
CCM Student Artist
Performances: 12/5
A Cincinnati Christmas Carol:
Behind the Scenes of
Cincinnati’s Favorite Holiday
Theatre Tradition: now through
1/8/16
CINCINNATI SHAKESPEARE
COMPANY
719 Race Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-381-2273
As You Like It: 12/3-12/12
What’s Going On
Every Christmas Story Ever
Told (And Then Some!):
12/16-12/27
CINCINNATI SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
1241 Elm Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
General Information: 513-6211919 or Box Office: 513-3813300
Prokofiev + Cello Majesty:
12/4-12/5
CINCINNATI ZOO
3400 Vine Street
Cincinnati, OH 45220
513-281-4700
PNC Festival of Lights: 11/211/2/16
CONTEMPORARY ARTS
CENTER
44 E. 6th St.
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-345-8400
Mark Mothersbaugh: Myopia:
now through 1/9/16
Pia Camil: 11/6-3/13/16
After the Moment: Reflections
on Robert Mapplethorpe:
11/6-3/13/16
Duke Energy Convention
Center
Redsfest
525 Elm Street
Cincinnati, OH
12/4-12/5
ENSEMBLE THEATRE
CINCINNATI
1127 Vine St.
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-421-3555
Cinderella: 12/2-1/3/16
Expectations of Christmas:
12/14
continued
FUNNY BONE COMEDY CLUB
1 Levee Way
Newport, Kentucky 41071
859-957-2000
Mark Viera: 12/3-12/6
Gary Owen: 12/10-12/13
Ms. Pat: 12/17-12/20
Jay Phillips: 12/25-12/30
New Year’s Eve with Guy
Torry: 12/31
GO BANANAS COMEDY CLUB
8410 Market Place Lane
Cincinnati, OH 45242
513-984-9288
Randy Liedtke: 12/3-12/6
Anthony Devito and Greg
Stone: 12/10-12/13
Dave Waite: 12/17-12/20
New Year’s Eve with Andy
Woodhull: 12/31
HOLLYWOOD CASINO
777 Hollywood Blvd.
Lawrenceburg, Indiana 47025
888-274-6797
Sara Evans: 12/18
KROHN CONSERVATORY
1501 Eden Park Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-421-4086
The Poinsettia Express: 12/11/3/16
MUSIC HALL
1241 Elm St.
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-621-2787 (ARTS)
Happy Holidays with the
Mighty Wurlitzer: 12/10
NEW RIFF DISTILLERY
24 Distillery Way
Newport , KY 41073
859-261-7433
Hand-crafted Holiday Gifts:
12/1
Cookies Uncorked: 12/8
NEWPORT AQUARIUM
1 Aquarium Way
Newport, KY 41071
Water Wonderland with Scuba
Santa: 12/1-12/31
TAFT MUSEUM OF ART
316 Pike St.
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-241-0343
Heroism in Paint: A Master
Series by Jacob Lawrence:
10/10-1/17/16
Antique Christmas: 11/61/3/16
TAFT THEATER
317 E. 5th St.
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-232-6220
Moon Taxi: 12/6
Andy McKee: 12/12
Over the Rhine: 12/19
UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI
COLLEGE-CONSERVATORY
OF MUSIC
W. Corry St. and Jefferson
Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45221
513-556-4183
Cincinnati Children’s Choir:
12/12
U.S. BANK ARENA
100 Broadway
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-421-4111
Tran-Siberian Orchestra: 12/4
Marvel Universe Live: 12/1712/20
Harlem Globetrotters 90th
Anniversary Tour: 12/30
WESTON ART GALLERY
650 Walnut St.
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-977-4165
Gimme Gimme Gimme:
Curated by Todd Pavlisko:
11/20-1/17/16
KEYCINCINNATI.COM 9
letter
froM the
Publisher
What a year!
W
ow… Our fine city has surely seen an incredible year.
The All-Star game put our hidden gem of a city on the
map.... In the spotlight shining so brightly for one full
week. The world got to see that Cincinnati is THE place for major
events!
We welcomed visitors from all over with open arms......thanks,
Cincinnati. You literally stepped up to the plate.
Every August, our city shines again with The Western &
Southern Open, an anticipated event every end of summer. Always
welcoming the tennis stars, hello Roger and Serena! They both
walked away with the trophy, and so does our city.
Now the whole country is watching as our beloved Bengals are
having the season of their lives. You can feel the passion and spirit
all over the city. Everywhere you look on game day you see a sea
of orange and black. Bengal stripes are everywhere! We continue
to wish them luck in their upcoming schedule, let’s finish the
season with playoff wins and cross our fingers for......Super Bowl!
We’d like to remember Lauren Hill and the true legacy she has
left this town, remembering that dreams can come true, for Lauren, and for Cincinnati. Her spirit
lives on, and wishing continued strength and prayers for Leah Still....what a fighter!
A heartfelt THANK YOU...to all Key Magazine Cincinnati readers, advertisers, online fans, distributors, and my dedicated staff, you make everything possible.
From the staff of Key Magazine Cincinnati… and from my family to yours… wishing you a very
merry holiday season… and peace.
Patty Youkilis
Owner/ Publisher
Key Magazine Cincinnati
event
of the
Month
Frisch’s presents “The Nutcracker”
at the Cincinnati Ballet
E
very holiday season, Cincinnati can
enjoy the sweet adventure and holiday
tradition of The Nutcracker, presented
by Frisch’s at the Cincinnati Ballet. Frisch’s has
sponsored The Nutcracker since its first perfor
performance in 1974. It has been reimagined many
times, most recently in 2011 by Artistic Director
and CEO Victoria Morgan.
Clara receives the gift of a lifetime when her
beloved Nutcracker doll comes to life! Follow
Clara and her Nutcracker Prince on a journey
to a wondrous world full of fantastic characters.
The Snow Queen and her King will help you
find your way to the Land of Sweets where the
Sugar Plum and Cavalier are waiting to welcome
you with sweet treats and exotic celebrations!
Indulge yourself in Tchaikovsky’s most popular
work, with live instrumentation by the Cincinnati
Symphony Orchestra, and revel in the magic
and wonder that is Cincinnati’s favorite holiday
tradition.
The Nutcracker runs from December
18th-December 27th; tickets are available for
purchase by contacting the Cincinnati Ballet.
shoPPinG hiGhliGht
Eddie Lane stepping down from EDB
Diamond Showroom? Not so fast!
E
ddie Lane’s EDB Diamond Showroom is
making some changes; owner Eddie Lane
is “retiring” and daughter Cindy is taking
over, so to celebrate they are holding a special
“Retirement Sale”. But it’s not really a retirement
sale, it’s more of a “thank you” sale, to thank all
their customers for their years of patronage and
of course to Eddie himself, for his 54+ years in
the jewelry business.
They are offering prices they have never
offered before – everything is at least 50% off!
And this sale will go on until the last piece of fine
jewelry has been purchased. The staff at EDB is
highly trained and has years of experience, and
will work with any budget to help the customer
find the perfect piece; no one will walk out the
D WE EK
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door without being completely satisfied.
“When I started in the jewelry business, Moby
Dick was still a minnow,” quips Eddie Lane. “I’m
not really retiring; I’ll still be around.” Lane
plans to find a few more hobbies to keep him
busy, and while he’ll still be dropping by the
store, it just won’t be as often.
EDB Diamond Showroom is a family business
that’s proud to serve the Cincinnati community.
When Cindy Lane Lange takes the reins from Eddie, she will continue that service with dedication
and a desire to provide only the best in customer
service and inventory.
The “Retirement Sale” is going on now; drop
by the Showroom before you miss out on these
great deals.
voted “Best Donuts
in Cincinnati”
7414 Montgomery Rd. • Cincinnati, OH 45236
513-793-0567
KEYCINCINNATI.COM 13
holiDay
Gift GivinG
Appointments: Unique gifts,
personals for the holidays
W
ith the holidays barreling down upon
us, visitors to Greater Cincinnati may
want to plan on a trip to Appointments
in the very heart of downtown Cincinnati. Appointments is that special kind of shop with quality gifts
you will not find in many places.
Ask to see the exquisitely crafted Cross
Botanicals—upscale pens featuring floral patterns
on the barrel of the pen, engraved into the surface
and lacquered to protect the beauty. Cross has
been a leading name in writing instruments for
generations, and has served as a “special occasion” gift for decades.
You may want to consider the hottest thing in
professional and personal accessories of the luggage variety. The pieces are done in waxed canvas
with leather trim, and they are the rage among
professionals. The bags are made in the USA, and
they feature great style, offering the perfect balance
between business and personal carry items.
There’s a large selection of leather-bound
goods for a variety of uses among professionals and lifestyle consumers. There are finely
tooled leather day planners and pads, briefcases,
computer totes, messenger bags and satchels and
travel kits for toiletries. “All of these items are
finely made by the top names in the leather goods
business, and a good value too,” said Douglas
Kennedy, owner of Appointments.
Kennedy’s all-leather luggage goods are made
by Johnston & Murphy. The genuine leather brief
cases, laptop totes and leather document cases are
of exceptional quality, and the perfect statement
for professional types on the go and the climb—
also great stocking stuffers or under-the-tree
items.
The Key magazine team promises you’ll find a
varied, exotic, interesting selection of items, and
nobody else in Greater Cincinnati has such a collection under one roof.
In addition to the Cross Botanicals, Appointments carries a fantastic line of writing implements—yes, pens, exquisite and of the fountain
variety, but also ball-points, fiber tips, mechanical
pencils and the like—targeting writing aficionados
of all inks.
There are fountain pens from all the world’s
elite makers of fine writing instruments, including:
Montblanc, Porsche, Waterman, and many others
as well.
We are a new and independently owned restaurant in
the heart of Montgomery. Offering delicious
cuisine, local craft beers, fine wines, and cocktails...
9721 Montgomery Rd
Montgomery, Ohio 45242
513.891.4333
www.aneabistro.com
Greater CinCinnati
area Map
1 Palomino
2 Montgomery Inn Boathouse
3 Ultimate Air Shuttle
4 League for Animal Welfare
5 Appointments
6 Mecklenburg Gardens
7 Via Vite
8 Seasons 52
9 Kurtzman Plastic Surgery
10 Montgomery Inn
11 Symphony Hotel & Restaurant
12 Brew River Gastropub
13 Entertrainment Junction
14 Water Tower Fine Wines
20
15 Anea
16 Mainstrasse Village
17 Silverton Donut Shop
18 Art Beyond Boundaries
19 Pompilio’s
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11 21
20 Cactus Pear
21 Sweet Petit
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Over The Rhine Dining
Symphony Hotel
& Restaurant
210 W. 14th St., Cincinnati, OH
45202
(513)721-3353
The Symphony Hotel and
Restaurant offers 3, 4 and 5
course dining in the historic
dining room. The lounge offers
Scotch, bourbon, wine and
port tasing on Friday and
Saturdays. New Sunday
brunch items.
Salazar celebrates the changing of the seasons with a farminspired menu that’s creative
and refined.
Salazar
1401 Republic St, Cincinnati,
OH 45202
513-621-7000
Abigail Street
1214 Vine Street, Cincinnati,
OH 45202
513-421-4040
A Tavola Bar and Trattoria
1220 Vine St, Cincinnati, OH
45202
513-246-0192
A Tavola serves up hand made,
wood-fired Neapolitan pizza,
great wines, craft beer, and
craft cocktails.
Wine bar, mediterranean food,
tapas.
Bakersfield OTR
213 Vine St, Cincinnati, OH
45202
513- 579-0446
Bakersfield throws down
Mexican-influenced street fare.
The Eagle OTR
1342 Vine St, Cincinnati, OH
45217
513-802-5007
American food and bar, perfect
for a date night or just hanging
with friends.
Downtown / Clifton Dining
BREW RIVER GASTROPUB
2062 Riverside Dr.
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-861-2484
Cincinnati’s true Gastropub
where craft beer isn’t just a
libation but part of our recipes.
Mecklenburg Gardens
302 E. University Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45219
German & American cuisine,
authentic German ‘Bier
Garden’ since 1865.
Montgomery Inn
Three locations: 9440
Montgomery Rd.,
Montgomery, OH 45242,
513-791-3482; 925 Riverside
Dr., Cincinnati, Ohio 45202,
513-721-7427; and 400
Buttermilk Pike, Fort Mitchell,
KY 41017, 859-344-5333
Cincinnati’s famous rib joint!
513-721-NADA
Ingredient-driven, contemporary Mexican cuisine.
Ambar India
350 Ludlow Ave, Cincinnati,
OH 45220
513-281-7000
A modest venue providing
Northern Indian fare, including tandoori dishes, along
with beer & wine.
Cactus Pear
3215 Jefferson Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45220
513-961-7400
Cincinnati’s premier Southwestern Bistro since March,
1992. We create the finest
foods using exciting flavors
from both sides of the border.
Palomino
505 Vine Street, Cincinnati,
OH 45202
513-381-1300
A vibrant “Urban Italian” restaurant.
Nada
600 Walnut St., Cincinnati,
OH 45202
Crave
175 Joe Nuxhall Way
Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-241-8600
Crave offers vibrant,
American cuisine and sushi,
perfect for any occasion.
Give the Gift of Cincinnati
New book for 2015, only $24.95
available online or at bookstores and gift shops
Books, gifts and framed prints at www.jmileswolf.com
‘Tis the season for champagne!
Weekly Casual Friday Wine Tastings
5:30 to 8:30
$15 per person includes
upscale appetizers
6136 Campus Lane, Mt. Washington, OH
513.231.WINE (9463)
[email protected]
Northern Dining
Seasons 52
3819 Edwards Rd.,
Cincinnati, OH 45209
513-631-5252.
A fresh grill and wine bar restaurant. Rotating menu of
seasonal American dishes
alongside international wines
in an upscale setting.
Barresi’s
4111 Webster Ave., Deer
Park, OH 45236
513-793-2540 .
A treasure and a local landmark, Barresi’s is beloved by
its patrons for its authentic
Italian cuisine.
Local Ingredients - New Orleans Flavor
Rascals’ NY Deli
9525 Kenwood Rd.
Blue Ash, OH 45242
513-429-4567
Voted the Best Reuben by
Cincinnati Magazine also offers
breakfast sandwiches, soups
and more.
Cooper’s Hawk Winery
8080 Montgomery Rd.,
Cincinnati, OH 45236
513-488-1110
An upscale casual dining restaurant, full-service bar, private barrel-aging room, and
Napa-style tasting room and
retail gift store…all under one
roof.
Silver Spring House
8322 East Kemper Rd.,
Cincinnati, Oh 45249
513-489-7044
A fun and relaxing restaurant
and bar, famous for its
“Cincinnati’s Best” citrus marinated grilled chicken, great
atmosphere, open air dining,
and amazing service.
Stone Creek Dining Company
6200 Muhlhauser Rd
West Chester, OH 45069
513-942-2100
Innovative cuisine in an
upscale casual atmosphere,
offering American fare such
as steaks, pastas, chicken,
and fish with their own special
twist.
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FREE parking • Close to downtown
CINCY’s true Gastropub where craft beer isn’t
just a libation but part of our recipes
2062 Riverside Dr. • Cincinnati, OH 45202
(513) 861-2484
www.brewrivergastropub.com
Trio Bistro
7565 Kenwood Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45236
513-984-1905
A diverse menu features great
steaks, fresh seafood, specialty pizzas and an array of other
amazing dishes; every dish is
a treat for the eyes and the
palette.
Kentucky Dining
Strasse Haus
630 Main St., Covington, Ky
41011
859-261-1199
Reasonable priced bar food
including homemade German
fare. Live music nightly.
Hofbrauhaus
200 E. 3rd. St., Newport, KY
41071
Brewpub featuring authentic
German-style beer and food.
Guru India
2303 Buttermilk Crossing,
Crescent Springs, KY 41011
859-341-5858
Mouth watering, delightful clayoven specialties.
Pompilio’s
600 Washington Ave.,
Newport, KY 41071
859-581-3065
Pompilio’s has been serving the
tri-state area home-cooked Italian
meals for 80 consecutive years!
Riverfront Pizza
617 W. 3rd
Covington, KY 41011
859-261-4800
Whether you’re craving carry out
pizza, pasta, chicken parmesan
with spaghetti, a fresh salad, or a
hoagie, Riverfront Pizza offers
gourmet Italian food that will satisfy your appetite.
Zola
626 Main St., Covington, Ky
41011
859-261-7510
Known for its burgers, wings and
grouper sandwich, Zola offers a
full menu and daily specials.
Cosmo’s
604 Main St., Covington, KY
41011
859-261-1330
Cosmo’s has pizza, burgers, and
pasta in a club-like atmosphere.
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Deerfield Towne Center
5505 Deerfield Blvd .
Deerfield, OH
513-770-0273
Northgate Mall
9501 Colerain Avenue
Cincinnati, OH
513-385-5600
Eastgate Mall
4601 Eastgate Blvd
Cincinnati, OH
513-752-2294
Rookwood Pavilion
3805 Edwards Road
Cincinnati, OH
513-241-5800
Florence Mall
2028 Mall Road
Florence, KY
859-371-1231
Sycamore Crossing/Plaza
7800-7896 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, OH
877-225-5337
Kenwood Towne Center
7875 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, OH
513-745-9100
Tri-County Mall
11700 Princeton Pike
Cincinnati, OH
513-671-0120
Newport on the Levee
1 Levee Way
Newport, KY
866-538-3359
voice of America Centre
7598 Voice of America Drive
West Chester, OH
513-792-5000
OUTlET MallS
cincinnati Premium Outlets
400 Premium Outlets Drive
Monroe, OH
513-539-0710
Tanger Outlets
8000 Factory Shops Blvd .
Jeffersonville, OH
740-948-9091/800-407-5005
Area Antique Shops
Grand Antique Mall
9701 Reading Road
Cincinnati, OH
513-554-1919
Covered Bridge Antique Mall
7508 Hamilton Ave
Cincinnati, OH
513- 521-5739
Design Smith Gallery
1342 Main St.
Cincinnati, OH
513- 403-2382
Duck Creek Antique Mall
3715 Madison Rd
Cincinnati, OH
513-321-0900
Bromwell’s
117 West Fourth Street
Cincinnati, OH
513-621-0620
English Traditions Inc.
2041 Madison Rd.
Cincinnati, OH
513-321-4730
Wooden Nickel Antiques
1410 Central Pkwy
Cincinnati, OH
513-241-2985
Federation Antiques
2701 Observatory Ave
Cincinnati, OH
513-321-2671
Ohio Valley Antique Mall
7285 Dixie Highway (Rte. 4)
Fairfield, OH
Ferguson’s Antique Mall
4939 Glenway Ave
Cincinnati, OH
513-921-1111
The Antiques Warehouse
Camp Washington
Cincinnati, OH
513-319-5405
Riverside Centre Antique
Mall
513-321-1430
3742 Kellogg Ave.
Cincinnati, OH
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