Many ways to enjoy a night here in its various wings: top quality sports bar with numerous big screens; quality billiards room; ping pong and shuffleboard room; stylish blue-lit bowling lanes & bar; hibachi grill room; separate arcade games room. Friendly folk, very good food and drinks at reasonable prices. Really good, chunky salsa. All kinds of potential for any sized group or a solo traveler. If you can't find some fun at Jillian's, check the mirror.
Dress Code: Casual
As for nightlife, that's an easy one. We have clubs and movies all in the same area at Newport on the Levy. It just opened this year, so everything sparkles.
The AMC theater is extremely comfortable, and they offer free refills on Large orders.
If you're a bit on the Irish side, they also have a new place named the Claddaugh's Pub. I've heard it's fun, but haven't gotten around to checking it out.
Dress Code: Most areas in Covington are casual. The only spot requiring a dress code, is The Syndicate. It is a very upscale, snooty restaurant with outlandish prices. I have heard that the food is supurb though.
Rooftop Terrace Bar and Jazz Club offers spectacular views of the downtown Cincinnati scene and live music five nights a week.
Dress Code: Just show up "neat