4747 Montgomery Rd., Cincinnati, OH, US, 45212
- Phone: (513) 351-6000
- Fax: (513) 351-0215
Lavomatic Cafe & Urban Wine Bar is a chic New American restaurant with a funky decor and a rooftop terrace. Since its inception in 2008, Lavomatic Cafe continues to allure locals with its fresh, tasty and affordable dishes and wines.
Jean-Robert's Table is an innovative French restaurant by chef-owner Jean-Robert de Cavel and has an intimate yet casual setting to it. The menu reflects the elegant French culinary tradition such as cotes du rhone, truffle sauce, duck breast and confit rabbit ravioli. The restaurant has a full bar service which has its 'The French Lunch Tray' menu that changes weekly. The bar timing differs from the restaurant's, so please check the website for the information. You will revel in this lovely restaurant with its amazing food and wine and great service.
Sung Korean Bistro is located in downtown Cincinnati and is a classy Korean restaurant. Entering the bistro is like stepping into a different terrain entirely, with a serene aura and the bustle of downtown barred by fashionable window covers. They serve authentic Korean food with some twists to it with a full service bar and sushi bar. Some of the menu highlights are Ojingau Tueegim (deep fried squid in wheat flour batter), Dhuk Mandu Guk (vegetable dumpling soup with egg and beef broth), Jab Chae (Stir-fried sweet potato noodles with vegetables and meat), Dolsot Bibimbab, a variety of vegetables over rice in a heated stone bowl with spicy chili paste and Doeji Galbi (sweet and spicy barbecue pork ribs grilled with Go-chu-jang (Korean spicy chili bean paste) and other sauces). They have many grilled varieties as well. The exotic flavors of the food does is a delight to the palate. Since the meal is spicy so do go for their sweet desserts.
This Scottish pub is a favorite of the pre-theater crowd. Located downtown directly across the street of Cincinnati's Aranoff Center, Nicholson's Tavern and Pub is within walking distance of most hotels. Visitors can enjoy fish and chips, shepherd's pie, or a variety of Scottish dishes before a night of Broadway series entertainment. You might be greeted at the door by the owner wearing a traditional plaid kilt, or serenaded by live bagpipe music! The bar offers a festive atmosphere. Reservations are a good idea on the weekends. Nicholson's also has two private dining rooms, which can accommodate 40 and 50 guests each.
Nestled within the Cincinnatian hotel,the Palace offers world class comfort and impeccable service. Dine in the Palace for a quite intimate meal and indulge in the luxury that it exudes. The menu is updated each season which makes sure that the guest never tire of the food.A tiny scoop of fresh sorbet finds its way on the table to cleanse your palate between appetizer and entree. These small royal treats make your meal memorable!
The Rookwood is housed in the historic Rookwood Pottery factory of Mt. Adams and brings a novel approach to the traditional bar & grill. The ambience is romantic and breezy with large kilns towering throughout the building and decorated individually with chic interior. You get a sense of being part of history, which you are. The menu is defined by its fresh and seasonal ingredients thereby changing with the seasons. You can enjoy from their vast selection of sandwiches, salads and entrees for lunch, dinner, handcrafted cocktails and anywhere in between. It is a great place to gather with friends for drinks, brunches (Sunday) or just to unwind with fabulous food and music and know why it is one of the hottest spots in Cincinnati.
Considered as one of the most romantic restaurants in Cincinnati, Celestial offers an ethereal view of the city. It is Cincinnati's only “Four Star” & “Four Diamond” award winning steakhouse. Celestial offers you world class quality with respect to food,ambiance and service. Listen to sultry jazz music, while chomping on some delicious food. If you are looking to spend time with that special person then Celestial is the one for you. Come in and dine for an experience to remember!
Watch beer being made at Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery, a downtown landmark, which is the only restaurant located on Fountain Square at the corner of Fifth and Vine. The wood-paneled restaurant & brewery has optional outdoor dining for summer days, a large bar with television for happy hours, and a comfortable, quiet dining area perfect for families. The menu is reasonably priced and features American fare, ranging from salad and burgers to fish and steaks. The sampler of house micro brews is a must for beer novices and connoisseurs alike. Do not miss out the Tuesday's Pint Nights.
Within two blocks of major hotels on the skywalk, Palomino Euro-Bistro has one of the best locations in the city. It overlooks Cincinnati's famous Fountain Square in the heart of downtown, and is one of the best place for business meetings. The menu offers wood-fired pizza and a nice variety of gourmet pasta and meat dishes that can be paired with generous salads. Service is friendly but notoriously slow. Diners should notify their server if they are on a schedule.
Morton's, The Steakhouse, an upscale eatery serves some of the best steak dishes in the city. Porterhouse, Double Porterhouse, Double Cut Fillet Mignon, New York Strip—all feature on the menu. You can whet your appetite beforehand with seafood appetizers such as Lobster Bisque, Bluepoint Oysters on the Half Shell, and Smoked Pacific Salmon. Among the desserts, your best choice would be the sinfully indulgent Chocolate Velvet Cake—it will prepare you for the toll that dining here takes on your wallet!
Local 127 On Vine is a trendy New American restaurant in Cincinnati focusing on using quality, local and fresh produces for their menus. One of the highlights on their menu is the house made charcuterie and yes the food stands out for its creativity and flavor. Their full service bar serves a selection of wine list and various other beverages. With a cool interior and cozy ambience, Local 127 is increasing its fan base.