Restaurants in Mount Washington

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Queen City Cookies, baked in Cincinnati. Kinkead Ridge wines from Ripley. Riehle’s Select colorful popcorns from Southern Indiana. The shelves at Keegan’s Specialty Seafood Market read like an atlas of the region. The range of seafood, on the other hand, travels from around the world each day, the fresh tubs of ice brimming with sunset-hued king crab legs and live oysters. With Carabello Coffee and locally crafted wines from Kinkead Ridge filling the shop with earthy aromas and revelry, chefs in the kitchen craft a host of prepared foods. There, clams simmer in a creamy chowder base, a smoker cooks tuna belly and mahi mahi at low temperatures, and whisks dream of being used as anything other than an imaginary microphone.

6675 Salem Rd
Cincinnati,
OH
US

Assembled in an old schoolhouse, Clough Crossings populates its menu with bites to satisfy seafaring stomachs and carnivorous canines. Nosh on fish tacos ($10.95), bacon-encrusted scallops ($13.95), citrus salmon salad ($15.95), or the grilled-chicken pita sandwich ($9.95) while your eyes ogle the local historical photographs. Share the grilled wings with a date or body double ($7.95), or salivate over standout patron favorites such as the pan-roasted chicken ($16.95) or the caramelized salmon resting on a bed of sweet-potato mash, covered with julienne vegetables and a honey-merlot glaze, each served with a choice of salad or soup ($18.95). Pair amiable eats with a glass of wine ($6.50–$8.75) or saddle up to the bar, stocked with enough imported, domestic, and craft brews to cultivate minds, spirits, or a giant briefcase full of alcoholic dissertations. During the summer, diners can enjoy meals amid trees, flower gardens, and fresh breezes on Clough Crossings' scenic patio.

6892 Clough Pike
Cincinnati,
OH
US