Modern Tex-Mex & Southern favs served all day in industrial-chic digs with a walk-up window
1500 Race St, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Are you looking for a restaurant that is fast, casual, and delicious? B&A Kitchen brings you a restaurant with all of the above. They serve a blend of Mexican, Spanish, and American cuisine, while using organic, locally sourced products.
They have two menus for breakfast and lunch, and both have a lot to offer. Sit inside or use their walk-up window to order something to go!
Authentic salsa is rooted in Chef Gomez's family history, and he is here to share it with Cincinnati. With a walk-up window in OTR, it is impossible not to stop while strolling around the city.
Make sure to try his original dish, the Turtle, inspired by the Mexican classic, the burrito. If you are looking for a sit down meal, Gomez also offers a dine-in restaurant in Walnut Hills.
The owners of Lil' Bagels know how to make a bagel right with their hand-roll, boil, and bake technique and lots of CHUTZPAH, which is not an ingredient, but an attitude. (Yiddish for audacity or boldness.)Lil's has over 12 different types of bagels to pick from, each pairing perfectly with their homemade spreads.
They also have specialty sandwiches (on a bagel or choose from 16 bricks bread), egg sandwiches and also grilled cheeses. They also serve a wide variety of beverages - alcohol and non alcoholic. The Patiyo and Windough are open every single day from 8m-2pm. The inside is currently closed.
1200 Main St, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Let Wodka Bar transport you to another reality with their rare collection of cocktails and infusions. Including 12 types of vodka, infused teas, and house cocktails to drink while delving into their Russian ambiance. Their menu contains a collection of Eastern European-inspired small plates to share with your party as you travel.
Wodka's convenient take out window also offers everything from the menu plus several cocktails to go.
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308 Greenup St, Covington, KY 41011
A walk-up window in an alley on 13th street brings the taste of Philadelphia to the Cincinnati area. You get to decide how to eat your Philly: in a flour tortilla wrap, a bowl with white rice, or a freshly baked baguette.
If you aren't feeling these options, don't be afraid to ask about their salads or baked potatoes! The alley is quaint, but they have seating for people right outside their window to enjoy the taste of Philly!