Some of the best things to do in Cincinnati, Ohio, are to visit fun museums, and a world-class zoo, eat delicious food and enjoy the arts.
On the banks of the Ohio River is the fun city of Cincinnati. Cincinnati is often called "Cincinnati," and it has a lot of street art, two professional sports teams, great restaurants, a popular theme park, and lots of interesting neighborhoods. Here are some of my favorite things to do in Cincinnati, Ohio, a place where you will never be bored.
How to Find Food in Cincinnati
At Nada, a highly praised "taco and cocktail joint" in downtown Cincinnati, you can eat Mexican food made by chefs and enjoy a beautiful setting, both inside and out. You can try the trio of salsas or go all out and try all five, which are served with fresh tortilla and plantain chips.
Then, serve your appetizer with a margarita or sangria that you made yourself. Habanero "kreeper" salsa was my favorite.
After dinner, get a scoop of ice cream made in your area to satisfy your sweet tooth. Graeter's is a chain of ice cream shops in the Midwest. It started in Cincinnati. Since 1845, they have been making French-pot ice cream by hand. My favorite is black raspberry with chocolate chunks.
At the Taste of Belgium, an upscale restaurant where the waffles are the main attraction, you can eat real Belgian food. The Original Galette with ham, gruy?re, and runny egg yolk is my favorite. Or, try the S'More Waffle if you want something sweet instead of savory.
You can get your morning coffee at either the Over-the-Rhine or East Hyde Park Coffee Emporium. The pastries at Cincinnati's oldest coffee shop are delicious, and the tea selection is one of the best.
In the middle of Cincinnati, the Morelein Lager House is a world-class working beer bar. You can choose from a huge variety of smoked rotisserie meats, sandwiches that are hand-carved, tasty appetizers, and much more. Order a board with meat and cheese for everyone to share.
It would be a shame to go to Cincinnati and not try the sweet chili without beans called "Cincinnati chili." While Skyline and Gold Star argue about who has the best food, Camp Washington Chili offers a third tasty option.
Try the 3-way (chili, spaghetti, and cheese), the 4-way (add beans), or the 5-way (add onions), and see which one you like best. I like cheese coneys more than anything else. Since the 1940s, people have liked Cincinnati chili.
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