National Exemplar Restaurant
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- General Info:
- In April of 1983, The National Exemplar began operation in the Mariemont, Ohio landmark, The Mariemont Inn. The Inn was constructed in the mid-1920's as a small piece of the very unique Mariemont community, founded by Mary Emery. The National Exemplar Restaurant was named after learning that Mary Emery once referred to her developing community as the National Exemplar, meaning national model community. The National Exemplar Restaurant is a full service, neighborly restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week. We only use the freshest quality ingredients to prepare each meal. Our goal is to serve great food, provide friendly and professional service in a clean and relaxing atmosphere.
Posted: 1/4/2008Provided by Citysearch -
The food was good, but the service was SLOW! My husband and I went and they were fairly busy. I say fairly because not all tables had customers. It took about 10 minutes to receive our drinks. Then another 10 to take our order. 45 minutes to receive our food AFTER they had already cleared our salad plates. I never received a refill on my water. It took another 20-30 minutes to get our check after the waitress had cleared our table and boxed up our food. We didn't complain because we were watching the other tables and they were receiving the same type of service. We figured it must be the way of the resturant.\r <br>\r <br>The mushroom soup is AMAZING!!!!