18 Hipster-Cool Restaurants to Try in Over-the-Rhine

18 Hipster-Cool Restaurants to Try in Over-the-Rhine

Known to locals as OTR, the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood in Cincinnati is an up-and-coming area of the city that has undergone a dramatic revitalization, thanks to new restaurants and bars.

If you’re looking to try some of Cincinnati’s best restaurants, head to the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, chock full of excellent choices. Once a down and out neighborhood, the area has become popular with the hipster scene and a hot-spot for new and exciting restaurants and bars. OTR blends its historic roots with a modern dining scene, creating the ideal spot for the people of Cincinnati to dine and enjoy a night out.

Be sure to check out the establishments on this list that include a variety of cuisines and price ranges. You’ll find American, Mexican, Vietnamese, seafood, pasta, Southern, Mediterranean, pizza, and even Belgian cuisine. You'll find more formal sit-down restaurants, laid-back pubs, and even snack shops to grab a quick bite to eat. Conveniently, some of the restaurants also offer delivery service and takeaway, so you can enjoy your favorite foods in the comfort of your home or at the office.

Mexican

Bakersfield OTR

Its tagline states, “Tacos. Tequila. Whiskey.” and Bakersfield OTR delivers on that promise, serving up delicious street-style tacos complemented by a wide array of tequilas and whiskeys. Thanks to the popularity of the Over-the-Rhine location on Vine Street, Bakersfield has expanded to five other Midwestern cities including Indianapolis, Nashville, Columbus, Charlotte, and Pittsburgh. The laid-back atmosphere is perfect for date night, time out with friends, or even a casual business Happy Hour.

For starters, you can choose from chips with guacamole, queso, or salsa, as well as black beans. From there, move onto to the tacos, including the Pork Belly Pastor with chili marinated pork, pineapple, white onion, and cilantro, or the Huitlcoche with corn truffles, roasted poblano, corn, onion, cotija cheese, and cilantro. The menu also includes ensaladas, tortas, and tostadas. Quench your thirst with a beer from the large drink menu or opt for a wine, cocktail, or Mexican soda. And, don’t forget about Bakerfield’s amazing margaritas and sangria.

1213 Vine Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-579-0446
http://www.bakersfieldtacos.com
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to midnight; Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.; and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Attire: Casual
Price range: $11 to $30

Gomez Salsa

Started in Texas where the owner’s grandmother taught him how to make homemade tacos and salsa, Gomez Salsa has brought its fresh and homemade food all the way to Cincinnati and Over-the-Rhine. It doesn’t have seating and only serves from a walk-up window, but does deliver next door to the Halfcut bar, so you can enjoy your delicious tacos while drinking. Taco choices include beef, chicken, carnitas, mahi-mahi fish, fajita, tofu, and chorizo.

You can also opt for the turtle shell burrito stuffed with rice, beans, sour cream, lettuce, salsa, meat, veggies, cheese, and a tostado for crunch. To complement your meal, order a side of chips, different types of salsa, guacamole, and a taco salad bowl. During the spring, summer, and fall months, Gomez Salsa also serves up a Sunday brunch of breakfast tacos with sausage, chorizo, Goetta, and tofu or breakfast turtle burritos filled with Goetta, chorizo or veggies. The restaurant even serves Goetta sausage gravy and biscuits.

107 East 12th Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-381-1596
http://www.gomezsalsa.com
Hours: Tuesday and Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Thursday, 11 a.m. to midnight; Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 2:30 a.m.; and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. brunch in the spring, summer, and autumn months
Attire: Casual
Price range: Under $10

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American Fare

Taft’s Ale House

Housed in the former St. Paul’s Evangelical Church, Taft’s Ale House is the namesake of president William Howard Taft. The restaurant honors the former leader of the United States by carrying on the legacy and memory that Taft left in Cincinnati. The menu includes classic American dishes like tri-tip steak, grilled chicken breast, and salmon. Other choices include sandwiches like tri-tip, salmon, portabella mushroom, bacon cheddar tri-tip, and salmon. Pick from different sides such as tots, alehouse onions, sweet potato fries, veggies, and mashed potatoes, or opt for a starter or salad.

The menu even includes a kids’ menu so the littlest guests can enjoy a meal too. The restaurant is known for its extensive beer selection that includes local breweries and many different types of beers. You’ll love dining in the former sanctuary of the church, with the bar taking up the area that once acted as the altar. You can dine where the pews used to be, as well as up in the former balcony, surrounded by the beauty of stained-glass windows, dark hardwood walls, and beautiful details.

1429 Race Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-334-1393
http://www.taftsalehouse.com
Hours: Sunday through Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Thursday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to midnight
Attire: Smart casual
Price range: $11 to $30

Senate Restaurant

The ideal place to gather with friends for a simple meal and drinks, the Senate Restaurant in OTR is a favorite with locals and visitors alike. The restaurant has become so well-liked that it’s even put out its own cookbook. The menu is an eccentric mix of small plates and sandwiches. Small plates include oysters, mussels, salads, poutine, pig tails, bacon and egg salad, and potstickers. From there, you can move onto the sandwiches with choices like burgers, falafel sandwich, lobster BLT, grilled cheese, and fried bologna.

The restaurant is also famous for its hot dogs that come in varieties beyond your typical ballpark frankfurter. With clever names like the Trailer Park, Hello Kitty 2.0, and Lindsay Lohan, the hot dogs are loaded with unique ingredients such as kimchi, crushed grippos, black forest ham, poached egg, wasabi, and goat cheese. Finish up your meal with a sweet touch from the dessert menu, which includes choices like warm pretzel beignets with caramel mascarpone and chocolate and bourbon bread pudding.

1212 Vine Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-421-2020
http://www.senatepub.com
Hours: For lunch—Tuesday through Saturday, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
For dinner—Tuesday through Thursday, 4:30 to 11 p.m. and Friday and Saturday, 4:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Attire: Smart casual
Price range: $11 to $30

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“Today just feels like a Korean Hotdog kind of day. House made Kimchi, Pickled Cukes, Spicy Mayo & Braised Shortribs.”

Krueger’s Tavern

A chill, laid-back place to grab a drink with friends or enjoy a night out, Krueger’s Tavern is known for it’s burgers and sausage, all ground in-house. The burger menu includes classics like the Krueger’s with American cheese, special sauce, and all the fixings, as well as specialty burgers such as the Bleu Gruyere with blue cheese, gruyere, and onion jam. All the burgers are served on challah buns. If you’re not in the mood for beef, opt for the Merguez lamb sausage or Sicilian-style sausage, or the Cuban, roasted chicken club, or chicken salad sandwich.

On the side, pick from choices like farro, baked beans, fries, lentils, asparagus, and fennel and olives. The drink menu has over 70 craft beers, including several local favorites, and numerous cocktails and wines. You can even get buckets of beers to share with the table, as well as pitchers of gin and juice and John Daly’s to sip on all night long. In the warmer months, head upstairs and outside to the restaurant’s outdoor seating area and enjoy the views of Cincinnati as you chow down.

1211 Vine Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-834-8670
http://www.kruegerstavern.com
Hours: Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to midnight and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Attire: Casual
Price range: $11 to $30

Southern Cooking

The Eagle OTR

Serving up some of the best Southern cooking north of the Mason-Dixie Line, The Eagle OTR brings the taste of the South to the Midwest. Its specialty is the southern staple fried chicken; chefs first brine the chicken—which is free-range, all-natural, and from Amish farms in Ohio—and then dredge it in a secret recipe of spices. After that it’s fried up in specially-built fryers and served along with homemade hot honey that perfectly complements the chicken. The menu also includes classic Southern sides like collards, coleslaw, spoon bread, sweet potato, mac and cheese, and grits.

To complement your meal, check out the extensive beer menu that includes local favorites, domestics and import beers. It also has several gluten-free options, or you can also pick from numerous cocktails and wines. While you’re dining, you’ll enjoy blues music in the background. The restaurant does not take reservations so come prepared to wait at this popular joint, especially on the weekends, and belly up to the bar to enjoy a few drinks while you wait for a table to open up.

1342 Vine Street, Cincinnati, OH 45217
513-802-5007
http://www.eaglerestaurant.com
Hours: Daily, 11 a.m. to midnight
Attire: Casual
Price range: $11 to $30

Revolution Rotisserie and Bar

Starting out as a booth in Findlay market, the Revolution Rotisserie and Bar now has its own restaurant space on Race Street in Over-the-Rhine. Rotisserie chicken is still the center of the menu, but you can also choose other dishes like pot roast, pot pie, and biscuits and gravy. All the chicken served at Revolution is free-range, antibiotic-free, all-natural, and comes from Amish farms. Along with quarter or half bird with white or dark meat, you can try the restaurant’s famous Chitas, which are chicken pitas.

The Chitas come in several varieties, all named after famous revolutionaries and topped with fresh ingredients. You can even get a gluten-free variety. Complement your main meal with sides such as mashed potatoes, tater tots, creamed corn, mac and cheese, green beans, hummus and pita chips, and roasted carrots. Specialty cocktails include the Moscow mule, Kentucky mule with bourbon rather than vodka, red sangria, and white sangria. The drink menu also has soft drinks, teas, wines, and bottled and draft beers.

1106 Race Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-381-0009
http://www.revolutionrotisserie.com
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Attire: Casual
Price range: $11 to $30

Nation Kitchen and Bar

The Nation Kitchen and Bar sits on Broadway Street in Over-the-Rhine and has a storied history. It dates back to the 20th century and the story of Carrie Nation, who traveled the country with a hatchet, taking out bars and drinking establishments. As the story goes, when Carrie reached OTR, she gave up because of the sheer number of bars in area. The Nation Kitchen and Bar pays homage to Carrie and her rampage, but rather than dissuading drinking, it encourages it with a large drink menu of beers, wines, and cocktails.

The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, as well as weekend brunch where you can get unlimited mimosas, bloody carries, or screwdrivers with your meal. The lunch and dinner menu has burgers, grilled cheese, fried bologna, salads, and wraps. For brunch, choose from the hangover burger, breakfast wrap, hot brown, breakfast burrito, and breakfast tots.

1200 Broadway Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-381-3794
http://www.nationkitchenandbar.com
Hours: Bar is open Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to midnight; Friday, 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 a.m.; and Sunday, 10 a.m. to midnight
Kitchen is open Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Satuday, 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.; and Sunday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Attire: Casual
Price range: $11 to $30

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Italian

Bouchard’s Anything’s Pastable

Found in Cincinnati’s famed and historical Findlay Market in Over-the-Rhine, Bouchard’s Anything’s Pastable serves up fresh meals to eat there, as well as foods to take home. Headed up by a mother-son team, Bouchard’s Anything’s Pastable has been a part of Findlay Market since 2007. As its name suggest, pasta is a main staple, with all the pastas, sauces, and butters made from old recipes right from Sicily and made lovingly by hand. The restaurant even serves gluten-free pizzas for those with an intolerance or allergy.

If you want to eat there, pick from the menu that includes salads, pastas, and flat-bread pizzas. Top your pasta and pizza with fresh toppings like chicken, pepperoni, basil, roasted red pepper, spinach, and artichoke hearts. You’ll find several options to satisfy your sweet tooth as well, with the restaurant selling seasonal baked goods like brownies, pies, cobblers, cookies, bread puddings, chocolates, scones, and breads. Even your furry friend can get a treat, thanks to Bouchard’s homemade dog treats.

1801 Race Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-381-5838
http://www.findlaymarket.org/merchants/bouchards
Hours: Monday, closed; Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m to 6 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Attire: Casual
Price range: Under $10

A Tavola Bar and Trattoria

If you have a hankering for a good pizza, head over to A Tavola Bar and Trattoria, serving up wood-fired burned pizzas. The menu includes a wide variety of pizzas, from the classic margherita to the unusual fig and prosciutto or gorgonzola picante. You can also create your own pizza, choosing from numerous different toppings, as well as sauces like tomato sauce, basil pesto, fig jam, and parsley butter. If pizza’s not your thing, A Tavola Bar also serves sandwiches and salads.

If you’re just looking for a quick bite for lunch or dinner, look at the antipasti menu with sausage-stuffed dates, fried risotto balls, oven-roasted cauliflower, and house-cured olives. You can also choose from a selection of white and red wines, sold by the bottle and perfect for splitting with the table. Those with a sweet tooth will love the rotating flavors of homemade gelato and sorbetto, available by the pint. During the warmer spring and summer months, enjoy the outdoor seating area.

1220 Vine Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-246-0192
http://www.atavolapizza.com
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Attire: Smart casual
Price range: $11 to $30

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Eccentric

Salazar

A fine dining establishment just blocks from Washington Park and Cincinnati’s historic Music Hall, Salazar bases it menu around farm fresh meats and vegetables. The menu frequently changes based on the seasons and what’s available in southern Ohio during that time. Along with traditional starters and appetizers, the menu also has small plates to share. Favorites include fried Brussel sprouts, warmed marinated olives, roasted beet salad, and acorn squash gnocchi.

The main dishes include entrees like salmon, sea scallops, strip loin, and risotto. If you’re still hungry after all that, look no further than the dessert menu with choices like sweet potato donuts and buttermilk panna cotta. The lunch menu includes sandwiches like the Cubano, hamburger, Reuben, and even an adult version of peanut butter and jelly. Reservations are not required, but it can get busy on the weekends and so it’s recommended that you call in beforehand and get your name on the list.

1401 Republic Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-621-7000
http://www.salazarcincinnati.com
Hours: For lunch—Monday through Friday, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
For dinner—Monday through Thursday, 5 to 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday, 5 to 10 p.m.
Attire: Business casual
Price range: $31 to $60

Zula Bistro

If you’re looking for something different for dinner in Cincinnati, check out Zula Bistro on Race Street in Over-the-Rhine. The eccentric menu includes dishes and foods you don’t see often in southwestern Ohio. From small plates to main entrees, the entire menu is made from fresh and local ingredients when possible. While there, you’ll want to check out the mussel bar with varieties like Napoli, Thai, Mediterranean, New Orleans, and Vietnamese Pho.

The flatbreads are a must-try too, topped with ingredients like Bulgarian feta, goat cheese, braised fingerling potatoes, salami, and Brussel's sprout leaves. Save room for something off the dessert menu like Tahitian vanilla bean panna cotta, walnut Kahlua brownie, crème brulee, and raspberry marsala cake. The long wine list is well-organized and the wait staff is knowledgeable to help you choose just the right glass to go with your meal. Or, choose a cocktail or draft beer, including local favorites Moerlein OTR, Head Waters Pale Ale, Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale, and Stone Ale.

1400 Race Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-744-9852
http://www.zulabistro.com
Hours: Tuesday and Wednesday, 5 p.m. to 12 a.m.; Thursday, 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.; and Friday and Saturday, 4 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Attire:
Price range: $11 to $30

Taste of Belgium

With four locations now located throughout the Cincinnati and Columbus areas, Taste of Belgium also started out as a stand in Findlay market and now brings some of the Belgium’s favorite foods straight to Ohio. The menu headliner is the Belgium waffle, which comes in different varieties like Waffle and Chicken, Belgian chocolate and cream, strawberries and cream, banana Nutella, and McWaffle with egg, bacon, and Gruyere. The breakfast menu also includes sweet and savory crepes, fruit parfait, eggs, bacon, and Goetta.

Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day, Taste of Belgium also take American classics and give them a Belgian twist. Favorites on the menu include beef and pork meatballs, mussels and frites, and sandwiches served on a fresh baguette. You can also get the restaurant’s famous waffles and crepes for lunch and dinner as well. To wash it all down, try a Belgian roast coffee, espresso, Americano, latte, hot chocolate, iced tea, frappe, smoothie, or apple cider.

1133 Vine Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-381-4607
http://www.authenticwaffle.com
Hours: Monday, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Tuesday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.; and Sunday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Attire: Casual
Price range: $11 to $30

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Brezel

Stop by Brezel if you’re looking for a quick snack as you explore the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. The gourmet pretzel company has two other locations in Columbus and Grand Rapids and sells hand-rolled Bavarian-style pretzels in over 40 flavors. The pretzels are made one-at-a-time as you order them, so you’re guaranteed to have the freshest and best-tasting pretzels. Only all-natural ingredients are used in the pretzels, which have no preservatives and no additives.

Flavors include cinnamon sugar, everything, ranch, pesto, orange thyme, spinach asiago, and jalapeno cheddar. The restaurant even serves up flavors that change with the seasons, such as spring onion and lemon basil blueberry. Along with pretzels, you can also purchase other bread products like pretzel thin rolls, pretzel soup bowls, pretzel burger buns, pretzel pizza crusts, and dips to complement your pretzel items. Thanks to the 53T Courier delivery services, you can get the taste of Brezel’s right at home.

6 West 14th Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-407-7916
http://www.brezelpower.com
Hours: Sunday and Monday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Tuesday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Friday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.; and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Attire: Casual
Price range: Under $10

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Asian

Quán Hapa

Billed as serving up Asian street food, Quan Hapa is open daily for lunch and dinner. The menu includes specialty ramen like hapa, shoyu, and miso, or you can create your own ramen dish with add-ons such as pork belly, fried tofu, enoki mushrooms, crispy sweet potato, and glazed carrots. Other options include okonomiyakis, or Japanese pancakes, short rib grilled cheese, chicken adobo, and shrimp gumbo. If you’re in a hurry or want to eat at home, head to the Quan Hapa website and order online for takeout or delivery.

Along with a daily Happy Hour from 4 to 7 p.m. offering drink specials, check out the Monday and Tuesday night specials. Mondays are Okonomiyaki Night with $8 okonomiyakis, and Tuesdays are wing night, where you can get half price wings with the weekly wing sauce or honey sriracha sauce. On Saturdays and Sundays, enjoy brunch with croquet madame, jackfruit French toast, and longganisa burrito with pork longganisa, pico de gallo, scrambled eggs, garlic rice, chimichurri, and crispy sweet potatoes.

1331 Vine Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-421-7826
http://www.quanhapa.com
Hours: Sunday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday brunch, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Attire: Smart casual
Price range: $11 to $30

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Pho Lang Thang

Housed in the Findlay Market in Over-the-Rhine, Pho Lang Thang is a great spot to grab a quick bite and satisfy your Vietnamese cravings. The stand caters to those with culinary and dietary restrictions, offering several vegetarian and vegan options. Diners can enjoy classic pho, Vietnamese baguette sandwiches, rice vermicelli and broken rice with grilled meats, Vietnamese spring rolls, and egg rolls. For drinks, choose the café sua da, a traditional iced coffee with condensed milk, or pick one of the imported Vietnamese coffees, limeades, or soybean milk.

Don’t be intimidated by the menu, however, if you’re not accustomed to Vietnamese food. The menu has a cheat sheet of sorts, explaining all the different terms and types of food the restaurant serves. You can take your food to go or have it delivered, as well as enjoy eating it at the market. Call your order in or order online through the 53T Courier website; there is a $12 minimum order, however, when you use the 53T website.

114 West Elder Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-376-9177
http://www.pholangthang.com/
Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m to 6 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Attire: Casual
Price range: Under $10

Seafood

The Anchor

The place to go for seafood in Over-the-Rhine, The Anchor on Race Street has all the traditional classics. Open for lunch and dinner every day but Monday, The Anchor serves up seafood dishes you don’t normally get in land-locked Ohio, like Maine sea scallops and fresh oysters. The chefs fly in the freshest seafood possible from both the east and west coasts for menu dishes like grilled swordfish, lobster pot pie, fish and chips, shellfish bouillabaisse, and a fresh catch of the day.

Pair your seafood with French fries, Brussel's sprouts, hush puppies, and grilled bread with black garlic butter. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner and features a warm and inviting interior with communal tables and nautical lighting. Specialty cocktails include the Blackbeard with fig and vanilla infused vodka, ginger simple, and fresh lemon juice and the Fair Harbor with kraken rum, ginger beer, lime, and pomegranate juice.

1401 Race Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-421-8111
http://www.theanchor-otr.com
Hours: Tuesday through Thursday, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 to 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 to 11 p.m.
Attire: Smart casual
Price range: $11 to $30

Abigail Street

A Mediterranean wine bar on Vine Street in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, Abigail Street is the sister restaurant to The Senate and exudes the same laid-back vibe. The restaurant does not take reservations, but you can always walk-in and enjoy a drink at the bar while you wait for a table. Diners love the Mediterranean classics on the menu like bouillabaisse, pan-roasted quail, falafel, tuna crudo, fattoush, gnocchi, and batata. You can also choose from other dishes such as prosciutto and egg crostini, chorizo stuffed dates, mussels, grilled octopus, and fresh cheese plates.

One of the highlights of Abigail Street’s menu is the wines on tap. The restaurant gets its red and white wines directly from producers from California, Oregon, Washington, and other countries. You can opt for wine by the glass, quartino, or bottle, with all glasses coming from the tap, eliminating waste from bottles and corks. On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, the bar puts together custom wine flights for you to try different types of vino. Along with wine, you can pick from champagne and beer.

1214 Vine Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202
513-421-4040
http://www.abigailstreet.com
Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 5 to 11 p.m.
Attire: Casual
Price range: $11 to $30

Thanks to a recent revitalization and the patience of the residents who call it home, Over-the-Rhine has become a hot spot for people in the Cincinnati area. From restaurants to pubs to snack shops, OTR is an ideal destination for foodies, hipsters, and those just wanting an amazing meal or night out.

The area is full of diverse and distinctive restaurants that offer a wide variety of cuisines and appeal to budgets of all sizes. You can enjoy everything from fine dining to a quick snack of street food. The next time you’re in the Cincinnati area, be sure to check out these 18 restaurants in OTR to fill your belly.

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