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    Re: Your Favorite Cincinnati Restaurants

    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Tucker View Post
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    And yes Doug, I’m bragging about Sartre on this list. Raising successful children in the modern world is a daunting task.

    I forgot about Cozy’s Cafe our in West Chester (on this list). It’s a great place. I highly recommend the short rib fries. I had that and lobster Mac and cheese and my arteries seized up. I didn’t eat again for 2 days.
    One of us missed the ribbing that was going on. I can't tell if it was you when I made my post, or me when you replied.

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    Re: Your Favorite Cincinnati Restaurants

    A few old mates I've known as far back as kindergarten recently transitioned from a food cart to opening their first brick and mortar in OTR. Their restaurant is called Injoy, and they're located on Republic Street, directly across from Salazar. I don't think they're officially open to the public yet, but check out their Facebook page - they've got some video content there.
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    Re: Your Favorite Cincinnati Restaurants

    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Tucker View Post
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    And yes Doug, I’m bragging about Sartre on this list. Raising successful children in the modern world is a daunting task.

    I forgot about Cozy’s Cafe our in West Chester (on this list). It’s a great place. I highly recommend the short rib fries. I had that and lobster Mac and cheese and my arteries seized up. I didn’t eat again for 2 days.
    OK, Roy. You sold me. The wife and I tried it out on Sat night and it did meet expectations. We had the brussel sprouts, sweet potato beignet, short ribs and scallops. We started at Rhinegeist. Good time of yr to hit that micro brew 'cause they have one of my favorites on tap now, Squirrel. It's a very well done nut brown ale. Both places were busy. Rhinegeist had a 30th birthday party and a wedding reception. All the pouring rain was playing havoc with their Directv feed but that's another thread. We usually don't like cavernous restaurants but this one was done very well. Congrats to your son. What he does is hard work and the hours aren't exactly cushy.

    I overheard the waiter talking to a table next to mine and I think I heard him say that Rhinegeist owned both the restaurant and the brewery. Is that correct? Or perhaps he was just talking about the real estate. Those Rhinegeist guys must be business/marketing geniuses. They know what they're doing.
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    Re: Your Favorite Cincinnati Restaurants

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    Montgomery Inn.

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    On a side note, if i ever go to Indianapolis again I want to go to St Elmo Steakhouse and try the shrimp cocktail. The cocktail sauce is extremely potent.

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    Oh man, I spent a week in Indy a few years back and we ate there every day, it was soooo good! The shrimp cocktail was amazing, hell, even the ice water was the best I had ever had.
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    Re: Your Favorite Cincinnati Restaurants

    Quote Originally Posted by Sea Ray View Post
    OK, Roy. You sold me. The wife and I tried it out on Sat night and it did meet expectations. We had the brussel sprouts, sweet potato beignet, short ribs and scallops. We started at Rhinegeist. Good time of yr to hit that micro brew 'cause they have one of my favorites on tap now, Squirrel. It's a very well done nut brown ale. Both places were busy. Rhinegeist had a 30th birthday party and a wedding reception. All the pouring rain was playing havoc with their Directv feed but that's another thread. We usually don't like cavernous restaurants but this one was done very well. Congrats to your son. What he does is hard work and the hours aren't exactly cushy.

    I overheard the waiter talking to a table next to mine and I think I heard him say that Rhinegeist owned both the restaurant and the brewery. Is that correct? Or perhaps he was just talking about the real estate. Those Rhinegeist guys must be business/marketing geniuses. They know what they're doing.
    Glad you liked it. Itís a foodie place but itís good food.

    Yeah, Rheingeist owns the building for Sartre. They paid for it but expect to be repaid for the restaurant in 2 years. From what Zach said, they are on schedule to pay it back in that time frame. They meet their costs just from the food they make for Rheingeist. The restaurant then is all profit. It was 7 figures but I forget the exact amount. Theyíre doing well.
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    Re: Your Favorite Cincinnati Restaurants

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    Re: Your Favorite Cincinnati Restaurants

    How about Walt’s Hitching Post over in Kentucky? I’m quite fond of that place, but I haven’t been in a while.
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    Re: Your Favorite Cincinnati Restaurants

    I can vouch for Bunkers in Vandalia as well - great draft selection and have not had anything but good food there. Breakfast there is a real draw.

    Thai 9 is fantastic, agree that El Mason used to be a go to - but no more. For bar fare, I love the Submarine House (there are a few in Northern Dayton).

    We have been to Mulligans in Piqua a few times in the last 3-4 months and everything we ordered has been very good.

    I have heard that Knockback Nats is a must try in Cincy. I have stopped by twice with no luck, they have odd hours.

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    Re: Your Favorite Cincinnati Restaurants

    Quote Originally Posted by gonelong View Post
    I can vouch for Bunkers in Vandalia as well - great draft selection and have not had anything but good food there. Breakfast there is a real draw.

    Thai 9 is fantastic, agree that El Mason used to be a go to - but no more. For bar fare, I love the Submarine House (there are a few in Northern Dayton).

    We have been to Mulligans in Piqua a few times in the last 3-4 months and everything we ordered has been very good.

    I have heard that Knockback Nats is a must try in Cincy. I have stopped by twice with no luck, they have odd hours.
    Agree 100% on Thai 9 and El Mason. El Mason has run its course. And, you caught my attention with Mulligan's: A wonderful friend of mine plays in a band, and she said she plays there once in a while, but we haven't made it up there yet. Do you remember live music there? Is it a cool place?

    For other places in Dayton, I highly recommend Ray's Wine and Spirits if you like wine (I'm a real wine guy). A fantastic selection, and you just pay the state minimum plus $5 corkage. The food is also excellent.

    If you like music, there is a new place in Englewood called Mila's. They have ok food, some ok wines and beers, but feature some very good jazz acts. I don't mean boring lounge jazz- I mean the real thing.

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    Re: Your Favorite Cincinnati Restaurants

    Quote Originally Posted by BernieCarbo View Post
    And, you caught my attention with Mulligan's: A wonderful friend of mine plays in a band, and she said she plays there once in a while, but we haven't made it up there yet. Do you remember live music there? Is it a cool place?
    My $.02

    They do have live music some times - there was a band there on Wed night and I recall a band setting up on a Friday or Saturday some months back while we where grabbing dinner. I wouldn't call it a "cool" place. They have good food, reasonable prices, and I like the atmosphere (laid back), and the wait staff/bartenders we have encountered are attentive. Mostly 35-50 crowd the nights we have been there, decidedly younger the Wed before Thanksgiving.

    It would not be a destination target IMO, more of a good place to drop-in if I am already in the area.


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