Support your local restaurants during Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week September 19-25
Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week is once again bringing a local dining experience to the Tri-State from September 19-25 with participating restaurants offering dine in and take out options. For a limited time, a collection of restaurants across the region will offer $26, $36 and $46 three-course prix fixe menus with $1 from every meal going directly to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. Restaurant Week will donate $1 for the first 1,000 restaurant week meals served.
Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week is crafted to promote positive publicity for area restaurants and encourages locals to enjoy an array of Cincinnati’s culinary talents. Restaurants can expect a substantial surge in business during Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week, while simultaneously establishing new customer relationships and rewarding existing ones.
In addition to creative three-course meals, restaurants are getting inspired with their cocktail specials ft. Maker’s Mark! The Golden Lamb is serving their Candy Corn Specialty Cocktail- made with sweet corn simple syrup, Maker’s Mark bourbon, autumn spices and a smoked salt rim. Butcher and Barrel created a Maple Peach Bourbon Smash– made with Maker’s Mark, fresh peaches, mint, dash of cinnamon and maple syrup and a splash of ginger ale.
Back this year: we are thrilled to announce the return of the official Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week App (debuted in Spring GCRW). The full list of participating restaurants, locations, hours of operation, GCRW menus and more – all in the palm of your hand. Guests will be able to map out their culinary tour for the week, check in to earn points, view Maker’s Mark drink specials, participate in contests, and receive real-time updates through the app, available now on App Store and on Google Play. Download here – https://qrco.de/bdGAqq .
Official Cocktail Sponsor-Maker’s Mark: Consumers can earn extra points through the app by enjoying a Maker’s Mark Cocktail at participating restaurants.
The list of participating restaurants currently includes: Alfio’s Buon Cibo, BrewRiver, Brown Dog Café, Butcher and Barrel, Che (OTR), Che (O’Bryonville), Coppin’s at Hotel Covington, deSha’s American Tavern, E+O Kitchen – Hyde Park, E+O Kitchen at the Banks, Eddie Merlot’s, Eighteen at The Radisson, Embers, Flatiron Café, Golden Lamb, Goose & Elder, Ivory House, Jag’s Steak & Seafood, Khora, Kitchen 1883 – Anderson, Kitchen 1883 – Union, Kona Grill, Libby’s Southern Comfort, LouVino, Matt The Miller’s Tavern, Metropole at 21c, Mita’s, Moerlein Lager House, Nicholson’s, Nicola’s, OKTO, Overlook Kitchen, Pampa’s Argentine Gastropub, Primavista, Ripple Wine Bar, Salazar, Seasons 52, Somm Wine Bar, Street City Pub, Subito, The Capital Grille, The Melting Pot, The View at Shires’ Garden, Trio Bistro, Via Vite.
Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week is a limited-time offer for locals to experience fine dining at a considerably reserved cost. Restaurants are one of the greatest assets to our community, and we are delighted to support them with this weeklong event, which highlights area restaurants and provides more flavors and more experiences than any other week of the year.
For more information about the event and to view menus, visit greatercincinnatirestaurantweek.com.
· September 19-25, 3-course prix fixe menus for $26, $36 and $46
· Age: This is an all-ages event. Some locations may be 21+
· Menus will be available at www.greatercincinnatirestaurantweek.com