Family owned and operated beginning in 1984 specializing in cajun and creole cuisine with live jazz. Traditional fare as well with great steaks, chicken, pasta and pork dishes. Full bar and wine list. Private party rooms available for up to 40 guests. Reservations suggested. Free parking in Main Strasse Village lot.
It should come as no surprise that Bambooz Bar & Grill is a popular watering hole among Northern Kentucky locals. After all, the spot's slogan is "Come booz it up at Bambooz," and on any given night, you'll find bartenders slinging signature shots, margaritas, and cold beer, with a wheel of specials that's kept spinning around the clock. But social drinking isn't the only reason to visit?customers also keep coming back for comfort-food favorites such as Angus burgers, Bambooz wraps, jumbo wings and steak hoagies. Large-screen televisions broadcast local sports games, and on certain nights, Bambooz hosts live music, and is equipped for pool, darts, and games of corn hole.
After the previous firemen extinguished their their residency at Covington?s firehouse, Tickets Sports Caf? set up shop and now calls the historic building home. The space that once held fire trucks now houses pool tables, dart boards, and a bar stocked with myriad beers and liquors. More than 20 televisions offer an unobstructed view of every Reds and Bengals game. Guests can relax during live music shows on select nights, or partake in the entertainment and hop on stage during karaoke and origami napkin-folding nights.
On multiple occasions, Riverside Korean Restaurant has appeared on Cincinnati Magazine?s My 10 Picks feature, a list of recommended restaurants selected by guest writers. The writers often recommend the eatery?s time-tested Korean dishes, which include bibimbap and pan-fried dumplings, but the kitchen also fills with aromas that hint at more adventurous fare. Pork belly steams, remaining tender beneath a layer of kimchi and shrimp sauce.
The sandwich makers at Sub Station II do not add any chemicals to their sandwich fillings, instead relying on fresh produce sliced every day to flavor nearly two dozen subs. Corned beef, shaved steak, and salami join a medley of veggies, cheeses, and dressings atop East Coast Italian rolls. The staff builds catered party subs that range from 6 feet in length down to 6 centimeters.
Every seat is a window seat at 360, a revolving restaurant perched atop the Radisson Hotel Cincinnati Riverfront. Surrounded by art-deco accents, visitors take in ever-changing panoramas of downtown Cincinnati, tree-lined Covington, Kentucky, and the serpentine Ohio River. Not to be outdone by the view, the menu tops the dining room's ultramarine-blue tablecloths with a wide range of New American fare. Chefs plate steaks ranging from a 12-ounce rib eye to a 6-ounce bacon-wrapped filet, as well as seafood such as brown-sugar-marinated salmon. Eclectic small plates include an Asian-style shrimp tower and goat-cheese hushpuppies.