Tables at fine-dining restaurants are known for their fancy white-linen outfits, unlike tables in home kitchens, which are free to go nude in the privacy of their own homes. Dress up for a nice meal with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $20 for a four-course sushi meal for one (a $40 value)
- $40 for a four-course sushi meal for two (an $80 value)
- $80 for a four-course sushi meal for four (a $160 value)<p>
The meal includes the following per person:
- One appetizer, which could be dumplings or a spring roll
- One salad, which could be a seaweed salad or crab salad
- Half a sushi roll, which could be a crazy lobster roll or a beef-fillet roll
- One dessert<p>
The seasonal brunch and dinner menus at Vitor’s change frequently, rotating approximately every two weeks, depending on what fresh ingredients become available to Chef Vitor Abreu. After refining his skills in such lauded establishments as Nana Grill in Dallas, Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse in Cincinnati, and Krusty Burger in Springfield, Vitor launched his own fine-dining restaurant and bistro in Cincinnati—a place where he leans on seasonal ingredients from domestic lamb to Georgia peaches. He also coordinates a special seven-course gourmet dinner that changes each week.
While partaking in Vitor’s culinary delights, guests can also enjoy the relaxing atmosphere anchored by three unique dining rooms decorated with a European flair—from nutmeg orange and black walls with slate floors to buttercream-colored walls and rich wooden floors. This color scheme extends to a sushi bar, lounge, and cigar patio, as well as a covered patio situated between Vitor’s and the neighboring building.
Vitor’s mix of seasonal cuisine and eclectic design has earned it a steady stream of awards, including multiple commendations from Cincy Magazine and a spot on Urbanspoon’s America’s Most Popular High-End Restaurants 2012. Chef Vitor also counts celebrities such as Nick Lachey and Chef Rego from Food Network's Chopped among his fans.
Excellent food, great service & a very friendly staff all contributed to a wonderful dining experience.denny benson, Urbanspoon, 8/30/12
82% of 195 customers recommend
“no alcohol, but you can bring your own”
“Great food, good service. Chilly, dress warmly!”
“Really really good food! Absolutely no complaints about the food. We had been there before for breakfast but never for dinner and will definitely go back! I do wish...”
“Really really good food! Absolutely no complaints about the food. We had been there before for breakfast but never for dinner and will definitely go back! I do wish they had a liquor license. It just feels weird to bring your own alcohol and then pay a corking fee for a nice dinner out. The room was also a little too cold for me. We probably won't go back until the weather is warmer. They also have a really nice patio that looks like a great place to eat in the summer.”
3232 Harrison Ave
Cincinnati, Ohio 45211