Top 5 Booming Restaurants in Cincinnati
Everyone’s looking to eat out, especially during the warm summer months. Here’s a list of the top 5 places to eat for the next time you’re in Cincinnati.
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Featuring some of the finest restaurants in the entire state of Ohio, Cincinnati is truly the place to be for fine dining and a wide variety of food options. From seafood, to American classics, to high class dining, this is a city where you’re going to want to stay for a while. Heck, maybe you're thinking of staying for longer than just a while.
1. Maplewood Kitchen and Bar
The Maplewood Kitchen and Bar is one of the top rated, American, and vegetarian-friendly places to eat in Cincinnati. They offer a wide variety of anything from brunch options like Avocado Benedict, Guajillo Chicken Bowl, and a variety of omelets, all the way to dinner options like Summer Pappardelle, a wide selection of chicken dishes, and healthy cold pressed juices. This restaurant and bar is popular for it’s balance between health-conscious and delicious food.
2. Court Street Lobster Bar
Looking for seafood? Then your search is over. The Court Street Lobster Bar was born with a vision for bringing the delectable lobster and seafood taste of the northeast to Cincinnati. Owner Dan Swormstedt spent over 6 years of researching lobster shacks by visiting lobstermen and restaurants all over the east coast. Known for their lobster, crab and shrimp rolls, along with various soups, salads, and appetizers, you have to stop here to conquer your seafood craving.
3. The Eagle OTR
The only negative part of eating at The Eagle OTR is how long you may have to wait. Everybody loves it. This all-American food and beer hall is famous for their fried chicken, and they also have various sandwiches like pulled pork and sloppy joes, side salads, and an almost endless list of craft beer and wine. This is definitely your stop if you're searching for American classics, especially fried chicken.
4. Orchids at Palm Court
For a more high class wine and dine experience, The Orchids at Palm Court is an absolute must. The head chef Todd Kelly is the American Culinary Federation's USA Chef of the Year, and this is his home. Not only do they offer a creative array of entrees, appetizers, and an award-winning wine list, but they also feature delicious desserts from Pastry Chef Megan Ketover who appeared on Bravo's Top Chef Just Desserts and Food Network's Challenge. Their list of awards is almost endless, so it’s just one of those places that you’ll have to try to see if they meet up to the incredibly high expectations.
5. Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse
Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse is the epitome of class, elegance, and fine dining. They are known for not only their impeccable quality of food, but also their service since their goal is giving you the best overall dining experience. When I say the best overall dining experience, I mean it. The design was based on the French Art Deco Steakhouses of New York City in the 1940s, meaning the aesthetics create an incredible, awe-inspiring experience. With nightly live entertainment, this is the ultimate “dinner and a show”. They offer some of the finest steak, seafood, and service you’ve ever seen.