Getting a bit stir-crazy? Tired of eating the same quarantine-style meals? The Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week is here to help.
For a limited time only, during the week of June 22-28, restaurants in the Greater Cincinnati area will be offering special three-course meals to the public.
Throughout the week, around two dozen Cincinnati-area restaurants will be offering these three-course prix fixe menus for $26, $36 and $46, with $1 from every meal going directly to Cincinnati Children’s.
The restaurants in Butler and Warrren counties participating in restaurant week include:
Firebirds Wood Fired Grill (Mason)
Jag’s Steak & Seafood (West Chester Township)
Kona Grill (Liberty Township)
Skally’s (West Chester Township)
Golden Lamb (Lebanon)
Other participating restaurants:
Alfio's Buon Cibo (Cincinnati)
Brew River (Cincinnati)
The Butcher and Barrel (Cincinnati)
Chart House (Newport, KY)
Coppin’s Restaurant and Bar (Covington, KY)
Court Street Lobster Bar (Cincinnati)
deSha's American Tavern (Cincinnati)
Eddie Merlot's Prime Aged Beef and Seafood (Cincinnati)
Eighteen at the Radisson (Covington, KY)
Embers Restaurant (Cincinnati)
Goose & Elder (Cincinnati)
Hofbräuhaus Newport (Newport, KY)
Libby’s Southern Comfort (Covington, KY)
Mita’s Restaurant (Cincinnati)
Morton’s The Steakhouse (Cincinnati)
The National Exemplar (Cincinnati)
Pompilio’s (Newport, KY)
Prime Cincinnati (Cincinnati)
Salazar Restaurant (Cincinnati)
Somm Wine Bar (Cincinnati)
Street City Pub (Cincinnati)
Taste of Belgium (Cincinnati)
The Capital Grille (Cincinnati)
The Melting Pot (Cincinnati)
The Mercer (Cincinnati)
The Pub (Cincinnati)
The View at Shires’ Garden (Cincinnati)
To view the menu offerings at each restaurant and for more information about the event, pay a visit to the Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week’s website.
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