Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week is a limited-time offer for locals to experience fine dining at a considerably reserved cost. The week-long event highlights area restaurants and provides more flavors and more experiences than any other week of the year.
Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week is once again bringing a local dining experience to the Tri-State from September 28- October 4 with participating restaurants offering dine in and take out options. For a limited time a collection of Tri-State restaurants will offer $26, $36 and $46 three-course prix fixe menus with $1 from every meal going directly to Cincinnati Children’s.
The event, sponsored by Maker’s Mark, and OpenTable, offers a week crafted to promote positive publicity and encourage locals to visit an array of Cincy’s culinary talents. Greater Cincinnati restaurants are one of the greatest assets to our community and they need us now more than ever. Restaurants can expect a substantial surge in business during Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week, while simultaneously establishing new customer relations and rewarding existing ones
The full list of participating restaurants includes: Alfio’s Buon Cibo, Brown Dog Cafe, Butcher & Barrel, Chart House, Chè, Coppin’s at Hotel Covington, deSha’s, Eddie Merlot’s, Eighteen at the Radisson, Embers, Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, Goose and Elder, Jag’s Steak & Seafood, Kitchen 1883, Kona Grill, Libby’s Southern Comfort, LouVino, MacKenzie River Pizza, Grill and Pub, McCormick and Schmicks, Metropole, Mita’s, Morton’s Steakhouse, National Exemplar, Overlook Kitchen + Bar, Primavista, Prime Cincinnati, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, Salazar, Somm Wine Bar, Street City Pub, Subito, Taste of Belgium, The Capital Grille, The Golden Lamb, The Melting Pot, The View at Shires Garden and Trio Bistro.
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