Places to Eat in Cincinnati

Cincinnati has a lot of restaurants where you can just walk in, order, and eat to your heart’s content. All around the city, you can look at diners that offer ribs, steaks, vegan, and more that will make you say “Delizioso”. After you’ve tasted the food and had your fill, you’ll be saying “Molto Delizioso”

When you’re done eating at one of these places, check out our “top 5 places to visit in cincinnati

The Top 5 Places to Eat in Cincinnati:

  • Noodle & Hot Pot
  • The Lonely Pine Steakhouse
  • Melt Revival
  • Montgomery Inn
  • Dojo Gelato Northside

➔ To make it easier, this list is also in video format

If you plan to have a food trip around the city, there are dining guide that you can follow online, but here is my simple and direct dining guide: just get your phone pull up google and search for the restaurants near you. If the place has great reviews and you like what you see in the menu, then that’s all you need to know to make a decision.


Noodle & Hot Pot

Have you heard of hot pot dining? If you’ve heard of fondue-dining, then it’s similar. The way people start the course is that the diners progressively cook the food in boiling soup at a pot on the center of the table. Assortments of raw ingredients are offered to the dinners where they mix it into the soup. The soup is the backbone of this cuisine.

The store is wedged between strip malls at 4750 Fields Ertel Rd Cincinnati, OH 45249. It’s been rated high by diners, and it’s the best place to be for people who want to try the unique cuisine. You can contact the restaurant at – (513) 849-8898 for reservations.


The Lonely Pine Steakhouse

For meat-eaters who just want to have a sumptuous steak meal then they can visit The Lonely Pine Steakhouse at 6085 Montgomery Rd Cincinnati, OH 45213 or better yet, call them at (513) 351-1012. Just don’t expect to see fish or vegetable burgers on the menu. The store is open Monday through Saturdays and offers a full heavy course that will definitely satisfy any customers because A great American meal needs a great American steak.


Melt Revival

Finding the perfect vegan restaurant can be hard to come by when your roaming around the city. At 4100 Hamilton Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45223, the diner can see a modest-looking restaurant where when they enter, they will be pleasantly surprised by the delicious and healthy menu that’s provided. Melt Revival has an assortment of sandwiches, soups, salads that are going to fit any vegan palette. They also cater to a semi-plant-based diet where meats mixed in. To contact the store, call (513) 818-8951.


Montgomery Inn

The Inn is located at 925 Riverside Dr, Cincinnati, OH 45202. Though its widely known for its delicious ribs, the restaurant also offers a verity of options in its menu. They may boast about their word-class ribs, but everyone can agree that the restaurant’s traditional loin back ribs are mouth-watering. The ribs are slow-roasted in proprietary ovens until the meat is tender, ready to eat. The menu also includes the fan-favorite Saratoga chips served with the Inn’s famous and magical barbecue sauce. For reservations call (513) 721-7427.

Food lovers who wants to plan their next adventure within the city can also try out, “The Best Cheap Restaurants in Cincinnati“.

Dojo Gelato

For people who go to the Findlay Market or the Northside and want something sweet to eat, then they can go to Dojo Gelato. It’s even better now because there are two branches, so twice fun visiting both places. The main and original store is still located at 137 W Elder St, Cincinnati, OH 45202. The nearest landmark will be Findlay Market. The store contact number is

Michael Christner, the owner of the sugary establishment, has never let his customers down with the treats the store offers. Everyone should try the caramel and chocolate sauce. Call their number (513) 328-9000 to find if they have their sweet and icy sundaes topped with amarena cherry available.