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To all those people who say Ohio is a boring state, I say you obviously haven’t been to Cincinnati. If you want sports you can check out the Bengals or the Reds, if you’re looking for a hot night then head downtown and check out a plethora of pubs, clubs, and social halls. Cincinnati is also home to the Flying Pig Festival, as well as the Macy's Music Festival and WEBN Labor Day Riverfest. The real beauty of Cincinnati comes from its famed architecture that rivals even the neighborhoods of New York. When it comes to Cincinnati, there is always something happening.
Bars and Date Spots:
Schwatz Point Jazz Club
1901 Vine Street
Passing by Schwartz Point Jazz Club, curiosity strikes. It doesn't look like much, but it is a true gem in Cincinnati. The design of the bar is unique in that there are no right angles, and Ed (the owner) claims that factor, as well as the throw rugs that line that walls, add to the acoustics. The stage is framed with purple tasseled curtains and there is an overall feeling of hopping in a time machine and awakening in a different era. The schedule sometimes changes, but Tuesdays they have a $10 cover and complimentary buffet at 7:30 before the Society Jazz Orchestra takes the stage. On Friday and Saturday it's a $5 cover before performances by the New Ed Moss Trio and special guest.
2141 Central Ave
Rake's End is the bar version of the television show "Oddities." It's full of strange and somewhat creepy antiques and collectibles like a taxidermy bird with a human head, an eggplant with a hair pick in it, and an evil face coming out of an Easter Island painting. Nothing here seems to make sense, and just like falling down the rabbit hole, creativity reigns. On any given night, there will likely be some unusual entertainment, like a guy reading poems about a schizophrenic love affair while horribly playing the trumpet. A PBR and Old Crow is $4 and they sell individual cigarettes for two for a buck. So if you are looking for a place that’s way out of the ordinary Rake's End is the place for you, but not always everyone.
4579 Hamilton Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45223
Set in a speakeasy-style building that has become a Mexican restaurant, the Comet has plenty of beer, a rocking jukebox and live music that make it incredibly popular. The bar boasts over 150 imported beers and a number of specialty coffees. A roster of tasty appetizers (think burritos, quesadillas and nachos) and desserts stand ready to accompany this large collection of libations. Plus, the kitchen is open until 1am. Pool tables provide a little competition, and art from local artists decorates the walls. Happy hour has some killer deals, like $1.50 tacos and $2 featured beer. Best of all, there's never a cover charge. So if NASA can land on a comet it space, you should land yourself in a seat at The Comet in Cincinnati.
2621 Vine St
Cincinnati, OH 45219
For quality live music acts at prices everyday Joe's (and Jane's) can afford, visit Bogart's on Vine. This venue has been part of the Cinci music scene since the mid-70's, proving they know a thing or two about picking the cream of the crop. Past and upcoming performers include Toadies, Jimmy Eat World, and TV on the Radio, Tegan and Sara, Bone Thugs in Harmony, Agnostic Front, Matisyahu, and Brand new. They also host other events, like beer festivals and fundraisers. To really party like a star, rent out one of the VIP areas the "rock star" or "rebel suites," and get 2-for-1 drinks. So if you are in Cincinnati and really looking to rock out with you’re…. well you get it, visit Bogart's.
Blind Lemon Cafe
936 Hatch St
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Blind Lemon Cafe is cozy, warm, and adorned with album sleeves and model trains, this pub is appreciated by locals for its relaxing patio (with a fire pit) and impressive lineup of local jazz, acoustic, and blues musicians every single night of the week. Having survived the Cincinnati nightlife scene for over fifty years, the establishment pleases with a comfortable environment, friendly staff (the barman has been here since 1971), and occasional specials on signature cocktails. Jimmy Buffett, among other well-known names, played here early in his career, so make sure to stop by and catch the next big thing. The owner still tends to details and chats up the customers.
Arnold's Bar and Grill
210 E 8th St
Cincinnati, OH 45202
At Arnold's Bar and Grill, you kind of expect Jimmy Olsen to walk in, accompanied by Lois Lane. Lots of reporters and courthouse types hang out at Arnold's Bar and Grill, and now the bar has racked up a list of honors of its own from the local city papers. Originally built in 1861, it's the oldest saloon in the city and it keeps alive that old school feel. This historic hangout serves Italian-American fare at great prices, including pasta with white wine sauce and chicken picatta, or for a hangover cure at lunch, fried chicken and waffles. Relaxing vibes can chill you out on the patio and live music is offered nearly every night of the week. So if you’re looking to soak in a bit history while consuming great food and drink be sure to stop by Arnold's Bar and Grill.
5th St & Vine St
Cincinnati, OH 45202
This longtime plaza was redesigned in 2006 to open it up to the surrounding city and incorporate it more completely into civic life. A woven granite base unifies all of the elements, including planter boxes, a seasonal ice-skating rink, an LED video board, a kid-friendly water wall, and the much-loved, Tyler Davidson Fountain. Groves of trees and lush plantings add softness, and reconsidered lighting and sound ensure the plaza's continued role as a site for concerts and performances. Free Wi-Fi is an added attraction, as is an underground parking garage. Special reoccurring events like "Salsa on the Square," get the evenings started right!
1241 Elm St
Cincinnati, OH 45202
If you're looking for a night of culture and class, the Music Hall is definitely a solid choice. Its home to the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra as well as the Cincinnati Opera. Both the orchestra and the opera are outstanding companies that perform a variety of works. The building the Music Hall occupies was constructed in 1878 and has been renovated over time, and still showcases the preserved wreath that was on Abraham Lincoln's tomb, sparkling chandeliers, Greek-style columns, and beautiful balconies, standing as one of the city's finest architectural achievements. Acoustics are phenomenal but parking can be a challenge: get there early.
Great American Ball Park
100 Joe Nuxhall Way
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Take yourself out to the ball game, find yourself a spot in the stands, and get ready for a great time watching America's favorite past time at the Great American Ball Park. This ball park which used to be call Synergy field is home to the World Series Champion Cincinnati Reds. The Reds have won five World Series titles, one American Association pennant, nine National League pennants and ten division titles. Affectionately known as, "The Big Red Machine," this team makes any trip to The Great American Ball Park a lasting memory for the whole family. Single game tickets and season passes are available.
Paul Brown Stadium
1 Paul Brown Stadium,
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202-3418
The Paul Brown Stadium is the place for fans who love watching the monsters of the grid iron go at it. The Paul Brown Stadium has been home to the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals since it opened its doors in 2000. The stadium is actually named after the man who founded the Cincinnati Bengals. The Paul Brown Stadium has also been given a nickname, “The Jungle," which isn't just a shout out to the name of the team, but is also an allusion to the song, “Welcome to the Jungle," by the rock legend group,” Guns n Roses." So grab a cooler and portable grill, tail gate for a few hours, the step into the Paul Brown Stadium and watch the Cincinnati Bengals show the competition who is king of the jungle.