Find out what American restaurants to try in Blue Ash. Blue Ash is a city in Hamilton County, Ohio, United States, and an inner suburb of Cincinnati, which is located to the south. The population was 12,114 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 445 reviews
Sure, they have great ribs and BBQ sauce. We all now that. But the under-rated gem of this place is the Cantonese shrimp. I often get the appetizer PLUS the main course of the shrimp. I cannot get enough of it, as the special hot mustard/plum sauce is divine. But be prepared to sweat as it packs a punch of spicy hot flavor.Over the years, the service has gone down hill, but I still go here every time I am in Cincy.Dear 595DM,We are glad you like the shrimp at the Montgomery Inn.We hope to see you again the next time you are in Cincinnati we will have the shrimp waiting for you.Best Regards,Ryan ChaitMontgomery Inn Inc.
4 based on 116 reviews
Sleepy Bee was founded in 2013 by a doctor, an artist, and a chef. We honor and emulate the bees - our muses - and their role in the wellbeing of diverse, local ecosystems. Sourcing from farms and suppliers nearby, we have created a delicious, wholesome a
We met up with friends recently at the Sleepy Bee Cafe and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The menu was diverse - especially for a vegetarian in our group - and we like the fact items are locally sourced. Our waiter was extremely attentive and the food was delicious. We would absolutely recommend the Sleepy Bee Cafe. Hi, thanks so much for taking the time to write a review! We really appreciate it. We look forward to serving you again soon :) - Alexis, SBC Community Liaison
4 based on 241 reviews
Trio, one of Cincinnati's favorite restaurants for over 25 years, is known for serving fresh seafood daily, along with great steaks, extraordinary pasta dishes, generous portions of specially salads, California style pizzas, & a wide range of sandwiches.
Instead of going to another chain restaurant for dinner a friend suggested Trio and we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.It was busy for a Tuesday night with some interesting menu choices. Service was great. Each of the dishes we ordered were both fun and tasty. Not cheap eats but different than the usual run of the meal chains. I loved the curried cauliflower beignets!!!
4 based on 284 reviews
Had lunch here after walking around the park. We sat outside. I had the brown dog club, it was ok. The chips were bland. They try and get you to upgrade your side, but I was ok with the chips. It's pricey and the food was average. Overall, not spectacular but decent food. Probably wouldn't go back.
4 based on 259 reviews
A top restaurant in suburban Cincinnati, Ohio, Parkers Blue Ash Tavern is a full service, upscale, traditional steak and seafood restaurant and bar serving lunch, dinner, brunch and private functions. It's a favorite place to eat for the whole family. The
My first time at Parkers. Large menu, but the beef and seafood are their specialties. The scallops were prepared perfectly and the steaks looked delicious. Creative appetizers, and the service was quite good. A nice, refined, relaxed place to enjoy a meal with a group.
5 based on 616 reviews
Thank you for considering The Melting Pot Restaurant, Cincinnati's most unique and interactive restaurant. Celebrate any special occasion with us, fondue style. Whether it's a romantic dinner, a birthday, anniversary, holiday party, guest in from out of t
When a restaurant is being remodeled and you make a reservation, they should let you know. This was not quite the experience we expected for our wedding anniversary dinner. The area where we were seated - the yet to be remodeled part - is very tired. Light fixtures and floor covering were missing. We had been to Melting Pot years ago and it was fairly simple The menu mow is quite complicated. You have t choose from several cooking methods. Our error was that we ordered beef and not the oil or grill to cook it. We should have selected the grill. Our server was very good, with lots of information. Most of the food was good, but the beef filet was tough. Very nice salads. If we had known about the remodeling, we would have gone elsewhere and probably had a a better overall experience. The right thing to do would be to close down, remodel and reopen.Doug, I would like to apologize for your recent experience with us. If you see this please email me at [email protected] Best regards, ZH
4 based on 273 reviews
Walkin in feels like you entered a cool man cave with a bunch a happy guy roommates pourin brew and makin some kick ask burgers.Gourmet all the way. So we were a group of 3 set out for a burger and brew "experience". We made certain to arrive the minute the lunch doors opened, and happy we were cuz that placed filled up like an Ohio college bar on game day.My first glance at the menu and the beer-battered bottleneck fries jump right out at me. Sounds a bit much, right...but NOOOOOOOOO, they were lightly lightly breaded and added a crunch to compliment the soft potato goodness. I'd slip back in there just for the fries and a beer.The waiters are fun and funny and running running running...great service. I asked the waiter to pick something out for me...don't even tell me...just bring me your favorite.So I got a honey toasted roll with Guac, Chipotle mayo, guacamole, lettuce, tomato, bacon and jack cheese. JUST THE PERFECT AMOUNT OF GUAC...not a sloppy mess! It was stupendous! All three of our burgers were perfect doneness!!!One friend got the Sammy's Burger with Sammy's Sauce, fried egg, lettuce, tomato, bacon and mozzarella cheese. Perfect! Delicioso!Third friend got the Juicy Lucy with smoked BBQ with marrow, sharp cheddar, bacon, smoked BBQ sauce, onions, jalepeno straws, smoked Kentucky Bourbon sauce, served with chicken BBQ Mac and Cheese. That mother load was the best...with mac and cheese to boot!This is a "must-visit" is in Cincinnati!!!!
4 based on 323 reviews
Following the Jeff Ruby tradition of fine dining in unique settings is Carlo & Johnny. This beautiful mansion has a storied history as a casino and Mafia hangout, adorned with antiques and unique appointments. As for the menu, it's in keeping with the Jef
Lovely evening and delicious dinner....Special thanks to our server James who was helpful with menu suggestions and attentive with that smile. Chef Antonio your steaks were yummy and cooked to perfection. Thank you Jeff Ruby and all for maintaining the standard of dining expected by your faithful customers. Much continued success to all!
4 based on 268 reviews
Since 1969 Blue Ash Chili's premium chili has been made with the same family recipe using only top-quality ingredients. It's not too spicy and served Cincy-style: cheese coneys, 3-, 4-, 5- and even 6-ways. Our restaurants have the feel of a small town din
Wanted to check this out after seeing an episode of Diner's, Dives, etc on Food Network even though we have always been fans of competitor Skyline Chili. Location was a little tight inside but service was very good. Their chili is noteabily different from Skyline's Chili and not worth changing from our perspective. Tried their "chili lasagna" as recommended on Food Network - way too much chili and somewhat limited on the pasta and cheese. Couldn't finish. Had hoped to try their sandwiches but didn't have a chance. Many years ago, their triple deck sandwiches were well known,
4 based on 130 reviews
This was a great first visit to this very pleasant and comfortable restaurant. The menu offered something that appealed to all of the diverse appetites among our group. Food quality was excellent. We loved the crab cakes, French onion soup, tomato soup, calamari, and pasta. The vegetarian, pescatarian and carnivores among our group were all happy. Between the food and the ambience, our dinner was one of the best weâve had in Cincinnati.
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