What’s Around Cincinnati
Over-the-Rhine is staking its claim as Cincinnati’s restaurant mecca with a variety of high quality dining experiences. Two of the Top 10 and three of the 4 Best New restaurants are located in Over-the-Rhine. Here are some restaurants located in Over-the-Rhine:
Findlay Market is Ohio’s oldest continuously operated public market and one of Cincinnati’s most cherished institutions. The Market is located just blocks from downtown in Over-the-Rhine, a dense historic neighborhood rich in 19th century architecture. Open Tuesday through Sunday, Findlay Market is home year-around to three dozen year-round indoor merchants selling meat, fish, poultry, produce, flowers, cheese, deli, and ethnic foods.
Cincinnati’s hottest new spot, Horseshoe Casino is just seconds down the street. Enjoy the slots, table games, poker, all with in minutes from the Cellar. With in walking distance, customers can take full advantage of the attached parking to the cellar.
Located just over a mile away lies Cincinnati’s newest tourist area, The Banks. Here, customers will find plenty of restaurants, good music, cold beer, and even the Reds, and Bengals stadiums.
Customers can make their way over to Newport for a night out while enjoying night clubs, restaurants, the Newport Aquarium. Restaurants include Hofbräuhaus, Bar Louie, BRIO Tuscan Grille just to name a few. Customers can also enjoy a night full of laughs at The Funny Bone.
Here are some of Cincinnati’s top clubs:
Washington Park is an important civic space in the heart of Cincinnati
that has evolved over the last 150 years to accommodate the needs and
aspirations of the community. The latest improvements came as a result
of a unique partnership between the Cincinnati Park Board and the
Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation (3CDC). Working together, the two organizations engaged in a community-based master planning process to create a new plan for the park in 2007. The vision which emerged not only preserved what is unique and special about the park, but also added new amenities to support the revitalization of the neighborhood.
The Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation (3CDC) manages
events, programming, maintenance and security for Fountain Square and
the Fountain Square North Garage. 3CDC is a non-profit real estate
development organization. Its mission and strategic focus is to
strengthen the core assets of downtown by revitalizing and connecting
the Fountain Square District, the Central Business District and
Working together with the City of Cincinnati, the State of Ohio and
members of Cincinnati’s corporate community, 3CDC is committed to
establishing a model of excellence and success when it comes to
redeveloping and investing in Cincinnati’s urban core.
Nationally recognized educational and research resource and one of the top cultural attractions in the Midwest. Cincinnati Museum Center serves more than 1.47 million visitors annually, reaching out to almost 200,000 young people through hands-on exhibits and programs. As a center for the entire community, over 700 events are held in the building each year.
Originally built in 1933 as the Union Terminal train station, the building is a national historic landmark and was renovated and reopened as Cincinnati Museum Center in 1990.
BB Riverboats has been a staple of the beautiful Cincinnati riverfront for more than 30 years. Learn about the history of the river, take in a magnificent meal, or dance under the stars on an unbelievable journey you will never forget. BB Riverboats offers a wide variety of cruises ranging from lunch and dinner cruises to sightseeing cruises and even all-day mini vacations.
The CAC is a museum that showcases “art of the last five minutes” in a building that has gained international acclaim for its extraordinary architecture. Nestled in the heart of downtown Cincinnati, the CAC has served as a beacon for progressive thought in the community for more than 65 years. Founded in Cincinnati in 1939 as the Modern Art Society by three visionary local women, the center was one of the first institutions in the United States dedicated to exhibiting contemporary art. The Contemporary Arts Center has a reputation for provoking thought and introducing new ideas. The CAC focuses on new developments in painting, sculpture, photography, architecture, performance art and new media.