When it comes to cuisine, Cincinnati offers up a good mix: ethnic to eclectic, ribs to seafood, and fine dining to fun diners. Known not only for its chili and German-inspired food, the city now offers all kinds of quality fare. Jeff Ruby's four upscale restaurants have the most famous steaks in the region, and the Montgomery Inn is appropriately known as "The Ribs King." If you like small, trendy, gourmet restaurants, Cincinnati has many that feature innovative dishes and sophisticated ambiance. And a visit to the tri-state isn't complete without a run to Skyline for unique Cincinnati style chili, and to Graeter's for luscious, hand-packed, French Pot ice-cream.
In late winter Cincinnati hosts two large regional events that celebrate local food: Restaurant Week, during which you can economically sample items from independently owned establishments, and the Cincinnati Wine Festival, where you can taste wines accompanied by food from the region, nation, and world.
Cincinnati Featured Restaurants
- Montgomery Inn
- Everything is big at Montgomery Inn--the portions, the space, the quantity of sports memorabilia and its well-earned reputation as "the Ribs King."
Cincinnati Restaurants by Cuisine
|Asian||Cajun & Creole|
|Sushi||Tapas / Small Plates|
Cincinnati Restaurants by Feature
|Fine Dining||Food Delivery|
|Happy Hour||Late Night Dining|
|Romantic Dining||View Dining|