Casual Dining in Cincinnati

Casual Dining

Findlay Market
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1801 Race Street
Cincinnati, OH
As the state of Ohio's oldest continuously operated public market, Findlay Market is one of Cincinnati's favorite institutions and is located just blocks from downtown in historic Over-the-Rhine. The market is home to more than 35 indoor merchants, offering meat, fish, poultry, produce, flowers, cheese, a deli and ethnic foods. Each year from April to November Findlay Market is also home to a bustling farmer's market and a wide variety of outdoor vendors, street performers and special events.

Holy Grail Tavern & Grille
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160 Joe Nuxhall Way
Cincinnati, OH
The Holy Grail Tavern & Gille is a home town sports bar which opened it's first location in Corryville in 2004. The owners are life long Cincinnatian's with unbridled enthusiasm for the Cincinnati sports scene. The Grail features upscale bar cuisine at an affordable price. The Banks location is the sports fans' home for the Red's, Bengal's and Cyclone's. It is located 100 yards from home plate at Great American Ballpark.

Molly Malones Irish Pub & Restaurant
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112 East 4th Street
Covington, KY
Molly Malone's is an authentic Irish owned and operated pub & restaurant located at the foot of the Roebling bridge in Roebling Point, Covington, KY, across the river from Paul Brown stadium & the Great American Ball Park of Cincinnati. We have a large selection of Irish whiskey and Scotch and 28 craft and import beers on tap. Molly’s has the best pint of Guinness in town! Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner, and brunch on Saturday and Sunday. Along with an authentic traditional fare, we offer a wide selection of everybody’s favorites; great pizza, all crusts are hand-tossed, our dough and sauce are made fresh in-house daily and our pies are baked in a brick oven.

Montgomery Inn Boathouse
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925 Riverside Dr,
Cincinnati , OH
The Montgomery Inn Boathouse has an energy all its own. Maybe it’s the striking view of the Ohio River. Maybe it’s the upstairs sports lounge. Maybe it’s the amazing food and incomparable service. Whatever it is, there’s definitely a vibe and it’s contagious (in a good way, of course). Their ribs and sauce are world famous.  Celebrities and people from all over the world go to great lengths to experience them!