About Us

HOURS OF OPERATION (Kitchen is Dine-in & Carryout Hours)

Monday thru Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Bar: 4PM–2:30AM
Kitchen: 4PM–9:30PM
Bar: 4PM–2:30AM
Kitchen: 4PM–11PM
Bar: noon–2:30AM
Kitchen: noon–11PM
Bar: 10AM–2AM
Brunch: 10AM–2PM
Dinner: 5PM–9PM

Happy Hour 8 Days a Week 4-8pm

OPEN MON thru FRI 4pm, SAT Noon for Lunch, SUN 10am for Brunch


Know your Cincinnati Rock 'N Roll.


We have decades of foggy years promoting local, regional, national and international rock 'n roll shows in the Queen City, and have developed and established such legendary greater-Cinti venues as Sudsy Malones in Corryville during the 90's and the Southgate House in Newport during the 00's.

Now it's OTR's turn!


City Beat

New York Times



In effort to grow our music community we encourage local bands and promoters to put together worthwhile, creative events. let us know if you have an event idea you'd like to try.


We will continue taking steps to recycle as much as possible. We currently utilize 8 90-gallon recycling toters to handle weekly recycling.


We will cleanly compost as much food waste as possible and are one of the 1st restaurants in Cincinnati to make that request to the health department (August of 2010). Thanks to OTR Homegrown for helping us make composting a reality.


In order to reduce our plastic waste we do not sell bottled water. We do, however, sell triple-filtered reverse osmosis water. We also provide cold, clean self-serve tap water for free.


Smokers are welcome and can use our outdoor patio for pleasure.


OTR, Cincinnati's oldest neighborhood, is believed to be the largest, most intact urban historic district in the United States. OTR contains the largest collection of Italianate architecture in the country and its Brewery District has more pre-Prohibition breweries than anywhere else in the world. Findlay Market is one of the oldest continuously operated public markets in the country. OTR Is Cincinnati's Arts and Culture. –from Over The Rhine Matters