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The restaurant is a classic American steakhouse with all prime steaks. From the moment you walk in everything is all about you and the staff is fantastic. There is a live jazz trio who call themselves "Tony's Hit Men". The restaurant has a great energy level, not sleepy like some of those Chicago style steakhouses.
Favorite Dish: The bone in strip is the best steak I have every had anywhere, it is a little more expensive then the other strip on the menu, but man is it worth it! The steak comes with a salad and potato, the fact that I didn't have to buy everything individually made this all the better. Another person I was with had the seabass; I am not a fish fan but man did that look good!
Written Jun 27, 2012
Address: Montgomery Road/Fields Ertle
Phone: 513 677 1993
Our visit started out great; the cashier Steven R. was nice & professional. However, the attitude of the manager, Dré (at least he claimed he was the manager - I cannot believe this guy is a manager of anything), was absolutely execrable.
I was at the counter waiting for our food. He'd already taken up fries & had just wrapped our sandwiches but instead of finishing up our order he starting to wrap another order. I mentioned that we only needed our fries & we'd be set. So he started exclaiming loudly "This lady says she's in a hurry! This lady says she's in a hurry!" When he handed me my order, I said, "I never said I was in a hurry, just that we needed our fries and we'd be set." He said he understood but that he was just telling "the guys" around him that I was in a hurry. I fail to see why he needed to do that since they weren't working on my order???
Was so upset by his attitude & his eagerness to humiliate me in front of his coworkers & the restaurant (he was very loud) so I decided I'd complain. I noted the info on one of the wall posters for complaints. When I went to the cashier (Steven R again) to get this guy's name, "Dré" rushed to the front, told me HE was the manager and that his name was Dré. After I confirmed the spelling, I told him he ruined my visit to the point I didn't even eat the fries & threw them away. He "I understand, ma'am", then wheeled about without an apology.
I have a difficult time believing a manager would allow one of his employees to treat customers in this way, much less allow himself to do this. As he was walking away, I announced to his retreating form that we wouldn't be back. No response. Is it really possible this guy is the manager? He is stocky, about 5' 10" in height.
Also of mention is that the table was dirty & we had to brush off the crumbs before we sat down. In addition to that, my burger had 2 tomatoes (I ordered extra tomato); my son who did not order extra had the same amount of tomatoes. Also, the bread was underdone (doughy).
Favorite Dish: I like the fact that you can get green peppers on the burgers. Nice, inventive touch.
Written Nov 25, 2011
Address: 2743 Edmondson Rd, Norwood, OH 45209
Phone: (513) 351-5724
Funky rather large vegan/veggie restaurant on Ludlow St, about a 45 minute walk from downtown. A skyline chili is a block away, but I opted for this one. Had the vegan chili, wasn't a big bowl but was very filling and tasty. Décor is very eclectic, waitress was very nice.
Written Sep 20, 2011
Address: 324 Ludlow Ave
White Castles is a fast food chain one can find in the south of the states mostly. It's probably not for those that can't stand convenient food. I personally like it convenient, and I like it fast, also I like the small seized, very tasty portion of Ham Burgers that White Castles offer. White Castles ambience is quiet and calm compared to the hectic of other chain restaurants. They are located in very lovely white houses. Favorite are simply Ham Burger. They are small and plain, absolutely fresh and juicy. Since they are so small sized they are usually sold in bags with 10 pieces.
Updated Aug 7, 2011
Address: 9001 Fields Ertel Road, Cincinnati, OH 45249
Although this restaurant features dishes inspired by mostly Greek cuisine, this is Cincinnati hip vegetarian at it's best. Located within the Clifton Heights District, this is a must for those who want to know Cincinnati. There is a great list of soups, appetizers, a decent wine and beer list, and a few good meat dishes. I can't even recall what I ordered, but it was really great. Everything is very carefully prepared in the kitchen, and the service is outstanding.
Written May 31, 2011
Address: 121 Calhoun Street, Cincinnati, OH
Rock Bottom Brewery, a chain resto known for it's American fare (steaks, burgers, ribs, chicken pot pie, wings, nachos) and microbrewed beers, its not a bad choice for low-cost dining in downtown Cincinnati. Situated on Fountain Square, its patio has great views of everything that's happening in the hub of the city.
Check out their on-line menus; they have all the prices on-line. Also, if you're a beer lover, you might want to try their flight of beers with samples that range from light to dark. Mmmmmm.
Also, ask for Fred to be your server! He's one of my friends and one of the nicest people you'll ever meet. Plus you're guaranteed great service. Ask him how his baby is doing and tell him Mary from UC sent you. How do I know Fred so well? He also works at my FAVORITE Starbuck's!
Favorite Dish: I like the Smoked Chicken Enchiladas in the blue corn tortillas served with Red Ale Rice & Black Beans - why? because enchiladas are my favorite!
Photos: June 1, 2008
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: 10 Fountain Square, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Amazing. Sums this place up. The service, the free valet parking, the atmosphere, the food, and yes the view.
This was for my Hubby's 29th birthday celebration. We started off with drinks I had the best appletini ever and then we ordered calamari with sweet thai sauce and it was perfect. The server was very nice knowledgeable and right on que. For meals OMG the Filet was the most perfectly seasoned filet ever. I had my filet with shrimp and he had his with Lobster tail. We had the garlic mashed potatoes and asparagus with bread crumbs. Both side dishes were excellent choices. This place is a great place to go if you are celebrating something. Be sure and make a reservation. This place is all about great food great wine and great service. Our pics are of the view from the table...
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: 405 Riverboat Row Newport, KY 41071
Phone: (859) 261-0300
One of the best things about visiting CAM is dining on light fare while overlooking the gardens (see last 3 photos for views of the garden - lovely!).
I love their chicken salad (1st photo) served up not on bread but alongside it. Pair that with a chilled glass of white wine and you're set.
General Admission is FREE!
Photos: September 2005
Favorite Dish: Terrace Chicken Salad Sandwich - $8.75
Glass of Bollini white wine - $4.00
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: 953 Eden Park Dr, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Phone: (513) 639-2986
Hamburger Mary's serves hamburgers! 1/2 lb hamburgers of all kinds of varieties and you can substitute regular old hamburger for chicken breast, turkeyburger or veggieburger. Yes, they are very, very good. The important thing is the atmosphere, though. The inside is decorated in a mix of retro kitsch and just plain kitsch. New Kids On The Block, Maddona and Britney are on the walls, superhero's hang from the ceiling, and the Spice Girls serenade you from the speakers. The only thing missing is David Hasselhoff appearing as a waiter. But who needs David when they have drag queens? (make a reservation for that) I know what you GUYS are thinking - " 1/2 lb hamburgers? Drag Queens? Oh, the turmoil"! Just go get a good burger and have fun!
They serve food til midnight and the bar area is open til 2:30
PS Leave your Dorothy outfit at home....You wouldn't want to start a panic would you?
Favorite Dish: Oh la la! The Big Kahuna with teriyaki is yummy! Check out their website for their menu and upcoming events.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: 911Vine street
Just 2 minutes down the road from me in conservative West Chester is the very cozy, warm traditional American restaurant, The White House Inn, set in a 1950s farmhouse. In the bar area is a huge fireplace & flagged stones on the floor. There are seven separate dining areas each with a different feel; the waitress will have no problem sitting you in an area you've never dined in before.
A great place to hold your wedding, they have a lovely gazebo out back. You may reserve one of the dining areas specifically for your wedding party to prepare before & for the reception afterwards.
Favorite Dish: Onion Soup
Baked Brie & Raspberry (my favorite!)
Boarding House Meat Pie (Shepherd's Pie)
Raspberry Trifle (mmmm)
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: 4940 Muhlhauser Rd, West Chester, Ohio 45011
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