Close to Columbus: Over-the-Rhine - ColumbusUnderground.com
Yesterday was a warm sunny day (for a February in Ohio) and a road trip was in order. I decided that a trip to Cincinnati would be fun, and we set off specifically to vist the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood located near Downtown. Approximately 106 miles south of Columbus, a drive to Over-the-Rhine will take you around […]
An Actually Useful Guide to Cincinnati, Ohio
Heading to Cincinnati, Ohio? Let Jon Lewis be your guide. This is Spilling the Beans, where a city's most in-the-know barista gives us the lowdown on where to go, what to do, and what to eat (and drink) in their hometown.
CINCINNATI - Trust the Locals
Cincinnati is the third largest city in Ohio, and is known for baseball, it’s historical architecture, and it’s German heritage (evident in much of the food and beer selection). It’s home to two major sports teams: the oldest franchise in Major League Baseball, the Reds; and their football team, the Cincinnati Bengals. The city is situated in the southwestern part of the state, bordering Kentucky state lines and on the north bank of the Ohio River. The airport servicing Cincinnati is…
New restaurants and bars join the OTR crowd
As anyone traveling north on Vine from Downtown can easily see, Over-the-Rhine is the hot spot for new restaurants and bars. Here’s a list of everything that’s opened since November 2014, plus more that we’re awaiting.
Rhinegeist Brewery in Over the Rhine - The Little Things Journal
Rhinegeist Brewery is a very unique setting in which to grab a few beers. Located in Over The Rhine, just steps away from Findlay Market, this brewery was built inside a building that used to house a Moerlein Bottling Plant (built in 1895).