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Best Restaurants, Shops & Entertainment in Historic Mt. Adams, Cincinnati Follow @nyccitiview
Mt. Adams is one of Cincinnati’s favorite and most charming neighborhoods. The neighborhood’s distinctively narrow and winding streets combine with spectacular views of downtown Cincinnati, the Ohio River and Northern Kentucky to create a breathtaking and memorable visit every time for locals and visitors alike.
Best Mt. Adams Cincinnati Restaurants
Mt. Adams is home to some of the city’s favorite dining and retail destinations. You can relax in a neighborhood pub or dine with spectacular views. Many of these restaurants have been here for many decades as local and visitors come here for a relaxing reprieve.
Several neighborhood destinations offer great music to enjoy. The Blind Lemon is home to live acoustic music of many genres including blues, folk, rock and jazz. It takes its name from legendary bluesman Blind Lemon Jefferson and features an outdoor garden and warm bon res in the fall.
The Mt. Adams Bar & Grill adjoining the Blind Lemon is a favorite pub of locals. It was once part of a speakeasy owned by famous bootlegger George Remus! The Mt. Adams Pavilion is also well known for its four decks and fabulous city views, as well as the live bands and DJs that perform in this popular, ultra-hip dance club.
The Celestial Steakhouse offers not only of the city’s nest menus and exceptional service but one of the most breathtaking views of downtown and the surrounding area. Just down the street, Teak Thai specializes in award winning, authentic Thai and Japanese cuisine in an elegant atmosphere.
The Tavern On The Hill is a nerve center of neighborhood activity. They are well known for having the nest selection of craft beers in Cincinnati along with weekly games and activities and 15 HD TV’s so that you can see every game! Chapter Mt. Adams is a local favorite for brunch, dinner and late night fare. Their patio is one of the best in the city!
Best Mt. Adams Attractions
In addition to being a favorite dining and shopping spot, Mt. Adams is a nerve center of cultural activity. The Cincinnati Art Museum, Krohn Conservatory, Eden Park and Playhouse in the Park all call Mt. Adams home.The well-kept Victorian homes are also an integral part of the neighborhood’s personality and provide a cozy backdrop to all of the various activities on “The Hill.” Mt. Adams offers a total package of dining, shopping and entertainment and is an excellent place to enjoy an entire afternoon or evening in very friendly confines.