25 Greater Cincinnati Restaurants Where You Can Dine Inside This Weekend

Goose & Elder

1800 Race St., Over-the-Rhine

Goose & Elder is now welcoming guests inside its Findlay Market eatery. Patrons are strongly recommended to make a reservation so staff can properly prepare for you and your party’s arrival. Limited outdoor seating will also be available. Carry-out orders are still available and encouraged if seating is full. Orders can be made online.

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Goose & Elder

1800 Race St., Over-the-Rhine

Goose & Elder is now welcoming guests inside its Findlay Market eatery. Patrons are strongly recommended to make a reservation so staff can properly prepare for you and your party’s arrival. Limited outdoor seating will also be available. Carry-out orders are still available and encouraged if seating is full. Orders can be made online.

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2645 Erie Ave., Hyde Park

Mesa Loca reopened its doors on Thursday, May 21. Reservations are strongly encouraged for the reopening of this Mexican restaurant and cocktail bar in order to reduce wait times and maintain social distancing. Guests can still grab a margarita or cocktail to-go and choose from their full menu inside at the bar for carry-out orders.

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Mesa Loca

2645 Erie Ave., Hyde Park

Mesa Loca reopened its doors on Thursday, May 21. Reservations are strongly encouraged for the reopening of this Mexican restaurant and cocktail bar in order to reduce wait times and maintain social distancing. Guests can still grab a margarita or cocktail to-go and choose from their full menu inside at the bar for carry-out orders.

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” itemprop=”image” />OTR Chili Company

1910 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine

This long-awaited chili parlor is opening its dine-in seating on May 21. Located in the Rhinegeist Brewery building in the former Sartre space, the menu features classic Cincinnati-style chili dishes — 3, 4 and 5-Ways, coneys, chili cheese sandwiches — plus burgers, salads and dessert. There is also a vegetarian way and an Impossible burger for those who don’t eat or want meat. COVID-19 safety guidelines will be followed — staff will be in masks and frequently sanitizing everything, all seating is six-feet apart and there is no indoor waiting area for a table.

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OTR Chili Company

1910 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine

This long-awaited chili parlor is opening its dine-in seating on May 21. Located in the Rhinegeist Brewery building in the former Sartre space, the menu features classic Cincinnati-style chili dishes — 3, 4 and 5-Ways, coneys, chili cheese sandwiches — plus burgers, salads and dessert. There is also a vegetarian way and an Impossible burger for those who don’t eat or want meat. COVID-19 safety guidelines will be followed — staff will be in masks and frequently sanitizing everything, all seating is six-feet apart and there is no indoor waiting area for a table.

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8322 East Kemper Road, Montgomery

Boasting the “best chicken in Cincinnati,” The Silver Spring House is ready to safely accommodate as many guests as they can, with the addition of a 40-foot-by-60-foot tent in their parking lot, which offers seating for approximately 100 additional guests. All tables are 6-feet apart and the restaurant has installed plexiglass between tables where they were able to. The dining room is now open and the tent will be here to stay through the summer.

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The Silver Spring House

8322 East Kemper Road, Montgomery

Boasting the “best chicken in Cincinnati,” The Silver Spring House is ready to safely accommodate as many guests as they can, with the addition of a 40-foot-by-60-foot tent in their parking lot, which offers seating for approximately 100 additional guests. All tables are 6-feet apart and the restaurant has installed plexiglass between tables where they were able to. The dining room is now open and the tent will be here to stay through the summer.

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1142 Main St., Over-the-Rhine

LouVino OTR opened their dining space on May 21 and is taking reservations. One of the many Southern-style restaurants in OTR, LouVino stands out with its “small plates” and charcuterie boards and was featured on Buzzfeed’s “Best Wine Bar in Every State” lineup. The restaurant will be taking many precautions, including temperature checks at the door, one-time use menus, and, of course, socially distanced tables. They are also working toward offering curbside pick-up for those uncomfortable dining in.

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LouVino OTR

1142 Main St., Over-the-Rhine

LouVino OTR opened their dining space on May 21 and is taking reservations. One of the many Southern-style restaurants in OTR, LouVino stands out with its “small plates” and charcuterie boards and was featured on Buzzfeed’s “Best Wine Bar in Every State” lineup. The restaurant will be taking many precautions, including temperature checks at the door, one-time use menus, and, of course, socially distanced tables. They are also working toward offering curbside pick-up for those uncomfortable dining in.

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” itemprop=”image” />Abigail Street

1214 Vine St., Over-the-Rhine

Tapas bar, Abigail Street opened on Thursday, May 21. Their menu is packed with Mediterranean comfort food: lamb spaghetti, bouillabaisse and beef short rib, with lighter options such as their cheese plate or roasted vegetables for those of us who have spent our quarantine eating comfort food and comfort food ONLY. Abigail Street announced that from 4-5:30 p.m. the restaurant will only be serving guests over 60 years old. After 5:30 p.m., all are welcome to dine in. Tables will, for the most part, be reservation only, with minimal walk-in seating. Reservations can be made by emailing [email protected].

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Abigail Street

1214 Vine St., Over-the-Rhine

Tapas bar, Abigail Street opened on Thursday, May 21. Their menu is packed with Mediterranean comfort food: lamb spaghetti, bouillabaisse and beef short rib, with lighter options such as their cheese plate or roasted vegetables for those of us who have spent our quarantine eating comfort food and comfort food ONLY. Abigail Street announced that from 4-5:30 p.m. the restaurant will only be serving guests over 60 years old. After 5:30 p.m., all are welcome to dine in. Tables will, for the most part, be reservation only, with minimal walk-in seating. Reservations can be made by emailing [email protected].

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” itemprop=”image” />Coppin’s at Hotel Covington

638 Madison Ave., Covington

Located in Covington, this chic hotel restaurant is opening both its indoor and outdoor dining spaces at 11 a.m. on Friday in accordance with Gov. Andy Beshear’s limited 33% capacity guidelines for restaurants. They will be offering limited hours of operation (closed Monday and Tuesday) and will be switching to disposable menus and single-serve condiments. In addition to other COVID-19 safety measures, staff will be wearing face masks and have their temperatures taken throughout their shifts.

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Coppin’s at Hotel Covington

638 Madison Ave., Covington

Located in Covington, this chic hotel restaurant is opening both its indoor and outdoor dining spaces at 11 a.m. on Friday in accordance with Gov. Andy Beshear’s limited 33% capacity guidelines for restaurants. They will be offering limited hours of operation (closed Monday and Tuesday) and will be switching to disposable menus and single-serve condiments. In addition to other COVID-19 safety measures, staff will be wearing face masks and have their temperatures taken throughout their shifts.

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” itemprop=”image” />Price Hill Chili

4920 Glenway Ave., West Price Hill

Price Hill Chili is fully opened as of May 21. Visit from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. to enjoy its signature double deckers and chili. This West Side chili spot has been serving its Greater Cincinnati patrons since 1962. Menus will be sanitized and silverware will be prepackaged. Additionally, employees will wear masks, and the restaurant will operate at a reduced capacity.

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Price Hill Chili

4920 Glenway Ave., West Price Hill

Price Hill Chili is fully opened as of May 21. Visit from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. to enjoy its signature double deckers and chili. This West Side chili spot has been serving its Greater Cincinnati patrons since 1962. Menus will be sanitized and silverware will be prepackaged. Additionally, employees will wear masks, and the restaurant will operate at a reduced capacity.

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9440 Montgomery Road, Montgomery; 925 Riverside Drive, Downtown

In-house dining at The Boathouse and the original barbecue staple is back with new safety guidelines, and the same delicious ribs Montgomery Inn is known for. Now open 3-8 p.m. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 3-8 p.m. on Sundays, patrons are recommended to call ahead and make reservations at 513-791-3482 for the flapship in Montgomery and at 513-721-7427 for the Boathouse. One-time use disposable menus will be at tables and employees will wear face coverings. In addition to this, tables will be properly distanced and hand sanitizing stations will be available in common areas. Seating will be limited to 10 guests per table and overall capacity will be reduced to adhere to local guidelines.

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Montgomery Inn

9440 Montgomery Road, Montgomery; 925 Riverside Drive, Downtown

In-house dining at The Boathouse and the original barbecue staple is back with new safety guidelines, and the same delicious ribs Montgomery Inn is known for. Now open 3-8 p.m. Wednesday-Thursday, 3-9 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 3-8 p.m. on Sundays, patrons are recommended to call ahead and make reservations at 513-791-3482 for the flapship in Montgomery and at 513-721-7427 for the Boathouse. One-time use disposable menus will be at tables and employees will wear face coverings. In addition to this, tables will be properly distanced and hand sanitizing stations will be available in common areas. Seating will be limited to 10 guests per table and overall capacity will be reduced to adhere to local guidelines.

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” itemprop=”image” />Arthur’s Cafe

3516 Edwards Road, Hyde Park

Arthur’s Hyde Park location’s patio and dining room opened May 21 with limited capacity. Guests’ parties can not be greater than 10, and they are not allowed to rearrange tables. The restaurant plans on getting a QR code that can be scanned for access to a digital version of its menu. Employees are required to wear masks. From 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., guests can enjoy this neighborhood staple’s signature burgers.
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Arthur’s Cafe

3516 Edwards Road, Hyde Park

Arthur’s Hyde Park location’s patio and dining room opened May 21 with limited capacity. Guests’ parties can not be greater than 10, and they are not allowed to rearrange tables. The restaurant plans on getting a QR code that can be scanned for access to a digital version of its menu. Employees are required to wear masks. From 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., guests can enjoy this neighborhood staple’s signature burgers.
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5948 Snider Road, Mason

Mason’s upscale New American eatery S.W. Clyborne Co. Provision & Spirits officially opened its doors May 21 and moving forward will be open 4-9 p.m. Tuesdays-Thursdays and 4-10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Reservations are currently being accepted and are strongly recommended. They can be made online by through their website or by phone. Guests are asked to limit visits to 90 minutes to accommodate limited seating capacity. There will not be guest seating at the bar and there is no longer a waiting area. Patio seating will be first-come, first-seated and dependent on the weather. Guests seated outside are not guaranteed a place to sit indoors should it begin to rain. Online ordering with curbside pick-up will still be available. Guests will now also be able to order carry-out in person at the restaurant, but must wait for an employee to bring the order to their car.

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S.W. Clyborne Co. Provision & Spirits

5948 Snider Road, Mason

Mason’s upscale New American eatery S.W. Clyborne Co. Provision & Spirits officially opened its doors May 21 and moving forward will be open 4-9 p.m. Tuesdays-Thursdays and 4-10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Reservations are currently being accepted and are strongly recommended. They can be made online by through their website or by phone. Guests are asked to limit visits to 90 minutes to accommodate limited seating capacity. There will not be guest seating at the bar and there is no longer a waiting area. Patio seating will be first-come, first-seated and dependent on the weather. Guests seated outside are not guaranteed a place to sit indoors should it begin to rain. Online ordering with curbside pick-up will still be available. Guests will now also be able to order carry-out in person at the restaurant, but must wait for an employee to bring the order to their car.

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1801 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine

This charming French café that has been serving Over-the-Rhine since 2013 is reopening its doors to guests beginning Friday, May 22. Employees will be wearing face coverings while making and serving their made-from-scratch French dishes and the bistro will be adhering to state guidelines regarding health and safety precautions.

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French Crust Cafe & Bistro

1801 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine

This charming French café that has been serving Over-the-Rhine since 2013 is reopening its doors to guests beginning Friday, May 22. Employees will be wearing face coverings while making and serving their made-from-scratch French dishes and the bistro will be adhering to state guidelines regarding health and safety precautions.

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103 Main St., Hamilton

Beginning May 21, Hamilton’s Fretboard Brewing & Public House will be open 4-9 p.m. Tuesdays-Thursdays, 4-10 p.m. Fridays and noon-10 p.m. Saturdays. Reservations for the first-floor pub and second-floor dining room are strongly recommended and are currently being accepted online, through their website or by phone. Guests are asked to limit visits to 90 minutes to accommodate limited seating capacity. There will not be guest seating at the bar and there is no longer a waiting area. Rooftop seating will be first-come, first-seated and dependent on the weather.

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Fretboard Brewing & Public House

103 Main St., Hamilton

Beginning May 21, Hamilton’s Fretboard Brewing & Public House will be open 4-9 p.m. Tuesdays-Thursdays, 4-10 p.m. Fridays and noon-10 p.m. Saturdays. Reservations for the first-floor pub and second-floor dining room are strongly recommended and are currently being accepted online, through their website or by phone. Guests are asked to limit visits to 90 minutes to accommodate limited seating capacity. There will not be guest seating at the bar and there is no longer a waiting area. Rooftop seating will be first-come, first-seated and dependent on the weather.

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1100 Summit Place, Blue Ash

Beginning May 21, Mexican street fare-inspired eatery TAHONA Kitchen+Bar will be open 4-9 p.m. Tuesdays-Thursdays and 4-10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Guests can place orders at the counter and limited seating will be available inside the restaurant and on the patio. The salsa bar and self-serve drink station will be temporarily closed. Online ordering with curbside pick-up will still be available. Guests will now also be able to order carry-out in person at the restaurant, but must wait for an employee to bring the order to their car.

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TAHONA Kitchen+Bar

1100 Summit Place, Blue Ash

Beginning May 21, Mexican street fare-inspired eatery TAHONA Kitchen+Bar will be open 4-9 p.m. Tuesdays-Thursdays and 4-10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Guests can place orders at the counter and limited seating will be available inside the restaurant and on the patio. The salsa bar and self-serve drink station will be temporarily closed. Online ordering with curbside pick-up will still be available. Guests will now also be able to order carry-out in person at the restaurant, but must wait for an employee to bring the order to their car.

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530 Main St., Covington

Dutch-inspired steakhouse Lisse is opening this weekend with limited capacity to comply with Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear’s guidelines. The eatery will use disposable menus, but guests will also have the option to scan a QR code for a digital menu. Additionally, employees will wear masks and gloves, and there will be no bar seating. With a reservation, guests will be able to dine on prime beef steak and locally sourced vegetables from 5-10 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday and 5-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

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Lisse

530 Main St., Covington

Dutch-inspired steakhouse Lisse is opening this weekend with limited capacity to comply with Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear’s guidelines. The eatery will use disposable menus, but guests will also have the option to scan a QR code for a digital menu. Additionally, employees will wear masks and gloves, and there will be no bar seating. With a reservation, guests will be able to dine on prime beef steak and locally sourced vegetables from 5-10 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday and 5-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

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115 Joe Nuxhall Way, Over-the-Rhine

Guests can now dine-in at downtown’s Moerlein Lager House. From 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday, patrons will be able to wash down the Lager House’s most popular item, the short rib grilled cheese, with over 80 freshly brewed beers. On top of staff wearing masks, the Lager House also has a team focused entirely on sanitation from menus to surfaces around the facility. Additionally, disposable silverware will be available on request, and guests can scan a QR code for a digital menu.

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Moerline Lager House

115 Joe Nuxhall Way, Over-the-Rhine

Guests can now dine-in at downtown’s Moerlein Lager House. From 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday, patrons will be able to wash down the Lager House’s most popular item, the short rib grilled cheese, with over 80 freshly brewed beers. On top of staff wearing masks, the Lager House also has a team focused entirely on sanitation from menus to surfaces around the facility. Additionally, disposable silverware will be available on request, and guests can scan a QR code for a digital menu.

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580 Walnut St., Downtown

Downtown steakhouse Prime Cincinnati’s dining room is open as of May 21 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. for lunch and 5-9 p.m. for dinner during the week, but it will be open until 10 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Its menus and tablecloths are disposable and will be replaced after every customer. Employees will wear masks, and the restaurant has been rearranged to be compliant with CDC guidelines. Make a reservation to enjoy its high-quality steak and hospitable service.

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Prime Cincinnati

580 Walnut St., Downtown

Downtown steakhouse Prime Cincinnati’s dining room is open as of May 21 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. for lunch and 5-9 p.m. for dinner during the week, but it will be open until 10 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Its menus and tablecloths are disposable and will be replaced after every customer. Employees will wear masks, and the restaurant has been rearranged to be compliant with CDC guidelines. Make a reservation to enjoy its high-quality steak and hospitable service.

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” itemprop=”image” />The Mercer

1324 Vine St., Over-the-Rhine

The Mercer reopened for in-house dining on Thursday, May 21. Located in the heart of Over-the-Rhine’s Vine St., The Mercer offers upscale Italian cuisine and has curated a list of their favorite affordable wines for purchase, “since you’ve spent so much money on hand sanitizer.” Reservations are accepted for the protected patio and first-come, first-serve for the expanded street seating. They are also requiring masks to be worn by all when not seated at a table, including in restrooms.

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The Mercer

1324 Vine St., Over-the-Rhine

The Mercer reopened for in-house dining on Thursday, May 21. Located in the heart of Over-the-Rhine’s Vine St., The Mercer offers upscale Italian cuisine and has curated a list of their favorite affordable wines for purchase, “since you’ve spent so much money on hand sanitizer.” Reservations are accepted for the protected patio and first-come, first-serve for the expanded street seating. They are also requiring masks to be worn by all when not seated at a table, including in restrooms.

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” itemprop=”image” />Taft’s Ale House

1429 Race St., Over-the-Rhine

Founded only five years ago, Taft’s Ale House has quickly become a Cincinnati staple. Located in the 150-plus year old St. Paul’s Evangelical Church, Taft’s mission is to “renew a national pastime of united tomfoolery,” and did just that after reopening their doors to the public on May 21. The bar itself will be closed to avoid congregation of guests, but there will be plenty of socially distanced seating where you can enjoy one of their many brews. They will resume the hosting of trivia night on Mondays and half-price pints and growler fills when wearing Taft’s apparel for Taft Tuesdays.

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Taft’s Ale House

1429 Race St., Over-the-Rhine

Founded only five years ago, Taft’s Ale House has quickly become a Cincinnati staple. Located in the 150-plus year old St. Paul’s Evangelical Church, Taft’s mission is to “renew a national pastime of united tomfoolery,” and did just that after reopening their doors to the public on May 21. The bar itself will be closed to avoid congregation of guests, but there will be plenty of socially distanced seating where you can enjoy one of their many brews. They will resume the hosting of trivia night on Mondays and half-price pints and growler fills when wearing Taft’s apparel for Taft Tuesdays.

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” itemprop=”image” />The Monkey Bar & Grille

7837 Old 3C Highway, Maineville

A go-to hangout spot for the northern end of Greater Cincinnati, The Monkey Bar & Grille will open its patio to the public starting Friday, May 22. The bar announced a multi-phase reopening plan, designed to ensure the safety of both guests and customers. The patio capacity during phase one is 350 people. To kick things off with a bang, they have teamed up with Rozzi fireworks for a show on Saturday, May 23 at 9:30 p.m. Keep an eye on their Facebook page for updates as they move forward into phase two (opening of balconies), and phase 3 (opening of the full restaurant).

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The Monkey Bar & Grille

7837 Old 3C Highway, Maineville

A go-to hangout spot for the northern end of Greater Cincinnati, The Monkey Bar & Grille will open its patio to the public starting Friday, May 22. The bar announced a multi-phase reopening plan, designed to ensure the safety of both guests and customers. The patio capacity during phase one is 350 people. To kick things off with a bang, they have teamed up with Rozzi fireworks for a show on Saturday, May 23 at 9:30 p.m. Keep an eye on their Facebook page for updates as they move forward into phase two (opening of balconies), and phase 3 (opening of the full restaurant).

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309 Vine St., 10th floor, Downtown

The View at Shires’ Garden, located on top of Cincinnati’s City Club Apartments, has rolled out a brand new menu to welcome their guests back to their beautiful dining space and rooftop patio. The restaurant is open now and reservations are encouraged. They’ve readjusted their spaces both inside and out to comply with safety regulations and ask that guests wear masks when venturing through common spaces. They have single-use supplies, hand sanitizer and disinfectant available for guests.

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The View at Shires’ Garden

309 Vine St., 10th floor, Downtown

The View at Shires’ Garden, located on top of Cincinnati’s City Club Apartments, has rolled out a brand new menu to welcome their guests back to their beautiful dining space and rooftop patio. The restaurant is open now and reservations are encouraged. They’ve readjusted their spaces both inside and out to comply with safety regulations and ask that guests wear masks when venturing through common spaces. They have single-use supplies, hand sanitizer and disinfectant available for guests.

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” itemprop=”image” />Taft’s Brewpourium

4831 Spring Grove Ave., Spring Grove Village

Taft’s Brewpourium reopened with a bang, hosting Thursday night Trivia on their opening evening, and serving their esteemed New Haven-style apizza. Like their sister bar, Taft’s Ale House, the Brewpourium will be taking measures to keep their guests safe, including closing the bar to avoid congregation, offering touchless payment options and using only disposable utensils, cups and plates. The Taft’s Brewing Co. offered an apology to all “beer nerds” for their usage of “improper beer vessels” during this time .

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Taft’s Brewpourium

4831 Spring Grove Ave., Spring Grove Village

Taft’s Brewpourium reopened with a bang, hosting Thursday night Trivia on their opening evening, and serving their esteemed New Haven-style apizza. Like their sister bar, Taft’s Ale House, the Brewpourium will be taking measures to keep their guests safe, including closing the bar to avoid congregation, offering touchless payment options and using only disposable utensils, cups and plates. The Taft’s Brewing Co. offered an apology to all “beer nerds” for their usage of “improper beer vessels” during this time .

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” itemprop=”image” />Wiedemann Brewery

4811 Vine St., Saint Bernard

Wiedemann’s Saint Bernard taproom is open for indoor dining in addition to their deck and beer garden for outdoor seating. The fine beer establishment will continue to offer their carry-out and drive-thru services as they begin their reopening. Hang on tight for the return of live music, as Slick Willie and the Kentucky Jellies will be performing Saturday, May 24 at 7 p.m.

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Wiedemann Brewery

4811 Vine St., Saint Bernard

Wiedemann’s Saint Bernard taproom is open for indoor dining in addition to their deck and beer garden for outdoor seating. The fine beer establishment will continue to offer their carry-out and drive-thru services as they begin their reopening. Hang on tight for the return of live music, as Slick Willie and the Kentucky Jellies will be performing Saturday, May 24 at 7 p.m.

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