Cincinnati Restaurants

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Restaurants in Cincinnati, Ohio


Andy's Mediterranean Grille - Andy has transformed the once modest neighborhood deli into a fun and funky restaurant offering unique Mediterranean dishes with his own personal touch. Best of all, Andy's tasty creations are handmade from only the freshest ingredients.

Campanello's Italian Restaurant - For over 25 years, Cincinnati's most popular Italian restaurant. Located "Three Blocks from the Beach", we are within walking distance from all downtown hotels as well as the Duke Energy Convention Center.

Christy' and Lenhardt's - Treat yourself to a memorable experience in the comfortable, yet elegant ambiance of Lenhardtís historic dining room. Our Chicken Paprikasch and Hungarian Goulasch will give you an authentic taste of traditional cuisine, and our baked wings, sandwiches, and made-fresh-to-order potato pancakes will leave you wanting more.

Cincinnati Dinner Train - The Cincinnati Dinner Train operates every Saturday throughout the year. Some of its features include dining for up to 108 people on two vintage dining cars. Also featured is the Queen City Tavern car with a full service cash bar, music, and two open side doors for viewing as we travel the city of Cincinnati.

deSha's Restaurant - deSha's American Tavern is a favorite destination for a night on the town, casual lunch, or meal with the family.The restaurant is known for its hearty, savory entrees, inventive side dishes and extensive offering of fine beverages. deSha's offers a warm tavern setting with a large fireplace and many tables with a lakeside view.

Leboxx Cafe - At LeBoxx Cafe, we now not only have Cincinnatiís best box lunch service, we continue to deliver party trays, have a full service lunch restaurant operating Monday through Friday from 11:00 until 2:30 and offer facility rental for private functions, corporate events, and special events.

Mt. Adams Fish House - The menu boasts an abundant selection of pristine seafood and multiple styles of preparation. You can relax in this intimate, cozy setting while enjoying your Sea Bass which is cooked on a cedar plank and served over a roasted yellow pepper saffron cream alongside Tiger shrimp, asparagus and a stuffed new potato.


Nicola's Ristorante - Nicola's Ristorante Italiano is thirteen years new, and has become one of the most beautiful fine dining restaurants in the city. Nicola's offers valet service for your convenience, Monday through Saturday evenings, and you can always feel comfortable coming in dressy casual attire.

Parkers Blue Ash Grill - A top restaurant in Cincinnati, Parkers Blue Ash Grill is a full service, upscale, traditional steak and seafood restaurant and bar serving lunch, dinner, brunch and private functions. It's a favorite place to eat for the whole family. The restaurant offers slow roasted U.S.D.A. Choice Steaks and fresh seafood. Diners enjoy attentive service in a relaxed atmosphere reminiscent of an old tavern.

Primavista - Awarded Cincinnati's Best Italian Restaurant for seven years, Primavista, established in 1989, is named for itís breath taking view of the city of Cincinnati. Primavista, where the food is as captivating as the view!

Sebastian's Greek Restaurant - Sebastian's was started in 1976 by Alex, a Greek immigrant from a small village near Kastoria, Greece. Alex spent time in Sweden and Germany before he decided to come to America. Together with his family, Alex has worked hard to introduce Greek cuisine into American culture.

Tandoor India Restaurant - India is famous for its exotic cuisine prepared with artful and exquisite combinations of spices. Here at Tandoor Indian restaurant in Cincinnati, the chef creates and provides our guest with the authentic cuisine from Northern India, famous for its savory clay oven dishes and exotic curries.

The Corinthian - The Corinthian Restaurant, has been serving authentic Greek food since 1983. Dining under a spectacular array of plants, cascading beneath a three-story skylight has been a 17-year tradition for Cincinnatians and out-of-town visitors with ethnic tastes