WINE AND DINE IN OVER THE RHINE FOOD TOUR
JOIN US FOR AN EVENING STROLL
AS WE TASTE & SIP THE NIGHT AWAY
Tours available Tuesday and Wednesday evenings
You've heard the buzz! Everyone is talking about Over the Rhine. See for yourself the beautiful transformation of this 360 acre historic neighborhood full of the trendiest restaurants in the city. A visit to OTR is like visiting Germany without leaving the city. Enjoy an evening stroll as we taste and sip the night away.
*Dine at four unique restaurants known for their innovative dishes.
*Enjoy dining in intimate small groups, led by your own personal guide.
*Visit an Urban winery for a private cellar tour by one of the owners. Enjoy a glass of their in-house wine.
*See and hear stories about Washington Park, Music Hall, and the history of Over the Rhine.
*Experience multi story murals and hear the stories behind the famous characters of Cincinnati.
*Hear the compelling narrative of this once infamous ghetto to the hippest area in town.
*Receive a food guide with list of restaurants, things to do and advice from a friendly guide.
*Our promise is to fill you - both mind and body!
PRICE $69.00 per person
TOUR DAYS 5:30 PM - Tuesday and Wednesday
DURATION 3 hours
DISTANCE 1.5 mile total walking. We rate this tour as physically moderate.
We may have to climb a flight of stairs in a few of the restaurants.
When: 5:30 pm
Meeting/Ending Point: Meet inside the parking kiosk at the corner of 14th and Race Streets (across from Anchor OTR restaurant) in Washington Park, Cincinnati, OH 45202 45202 MAP IT
From I-75 South -Take Ezzard Charles Drive exit. Turn left at the light and proceed to Central Parkway (Ezzard Charles Drive dead ends at Central Parkway). Turn right at the light onto Central Parkway. Continue on Central Parkway, which will curve to the left, to Elm Street and turn left. Garage entrance will be on the right, in front of Music Hall.
From I-75/I-71 North - Take the Fifth Street exit. Continue on Fifth Street about three blocks to left on Elm Street for about nine blocks. Garage entrance will be on the right, in front of Music Hall.
Parking: The Washington Park Garage is directly east of Music Hall. There is an entrance from Elm Street which runs north and an entrance from Race Street which runs south.
What to Wear: Comfortable shoes and casual “weather appropriate” clothing.
SEE FULL ITINERARY BELOW
Walk through pages of history as we stroll through Over the Rhine, just a few blocks north of downtown Cincinnati. We begin in beautiful Washington Park, dating back to the Victorian era, complete with a bandstand, fountains, statues and majestic trees. Learn about majestic Music Hall and why it is said to be haunted! Dine in beautiful restored Italianate buildings which were former tenements and convenience stores. How does an Artisan flatbread baked in an Old World oven sound?
As we head over to Vine Street, look up and see Cincinnati's famous citizens displayed on multi-story murals all over the neighborhood. It's hard not to window shop as we pass by numerous colorful stores, bars and restaurants! You notice the sidewalks are full of people with lively conversation and it's not even the weekend yet!
Our second tasting may take place in an 18th century German Beer hall, now turned into a snout to tail butchery. You can't get a sandwich any fresher than that! Or we may dine in a German restaurant with a roof top view!
The best is yet to come, as we approach our third stop, a family owned urban winery. You will not meet a friendlier staff who love to share their story by engaging you in their wine making process. This boutique winery specialize in handcrafted small batch wines using a process that originated in Italy by the owners family!
Have you been to Argentina? Our third restaurant is owned by two Argentinians who create the best empanadas in the city using their grandmothers recipes.
We end the tour on a sweet note where your dessert is created right before our eyes! With a couple shots of liquid nitrogen, fresh cream, sugar and alcohol you have a buzzed ice cream treat! Or how long has been since you tasted a s'more? We know a special place that specializes in homemade marshmallows topped with gourmet chocolate.
WHO SHOULD TAKE A WINE AND DINE IN OVER THE RHINE FOOD TOUR?
This evening tour is geared for adults 21 and older, but younger guests are welcome too and may substitute a non-alcoholic beverage. The Wine and Dine tour is the perfect choice to celebrate a special occasion. It is an amazing journey for those who aren't familiar with the recent revitalizations. Our return walk back to Washington park may be after sunset and takes 10 minutes. The streets are well lit and alive with others strolling and dining.
MORE THAN JUST FOOD
This evening tour includes sightseeing, history, art, and architecture. We visit famous landmarks, share the history and dine at some of the most unique restaurants in the neighborhood. You get an insider's view of the city from a local friendly guide. Please note: Gratuities for your guide are not included and very much appreciated.
WHY CHOOSE RIVERSIDE FOOD TOURS?
Our tours are focused on making each guest feel like a VIP. We are the top rated food and culture tour in Cincinnati and Covington on Trip Advisor. Our Wine and Dine in Over the Rhine evening tour showcases the neighborhood in a way you've never experienced before.