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Small, family-owned business...the food is excellent...have tried many different items on the menu & all were delicious...everyone is friendly & the prices are very reasonable...highly recommend.
Always good food from this place. My new go to spot for chinese takeout. Quick service and good quality food. You can dine in or takeout. Good service when you dine in
We go to Rincon almost every Friday night. It is a one of the kind restaurant and food is delicious. We eat, have a couple of drinks and listen to the band. Decor reminds me of old world Mexico, very fitting. Prices are great and food even better, highly recommend.
Being from California, the chili was different. It had sort of a cinnamon flavor. Overall not too bad. Service was awesome.
This is a non-alcohol business. They helped out a local animal shelter in building up some of the play areas. Their food is just as good as other Cincinnati chili places, PLUS they have a good greek salad AND 3 way potatoes.
I love how cool Cincinnati has finally become, and this taco joint in O-T-R is just one example. Great urban vibe, great booze and great tacos. I went in for the short rib, pork belly and huitlacoche with a pitcher of margaritas...tasty!
One of the better places to go in Cincy for legit Mexican food as well as Tex-Mex cuisine. Love their enchiladas and their queso dip should not be missed. Their menu is HUGE (which is sometimes a red flag for me) but in this case, everything's good.
This is probably my favorite Skyline location, just because it's always lively late into the night. I never deviate from the classic: a threeway and a Coke. Regardless of which location you visit, this is a must-stop for any tourist visiting town.
Cincinnati chili is really a recipe from a Greek immigrant. It's an "acquired" taste according to newcomers, but if you were born here you love it. Multiple locations in the city. My favorite menu item is the three way which consists of a plate of spaghetti covered with the chili and topped with a mound of shredded cheddar cheese and served with oyster crackers. Other combos including beans and/or onions are also popular.
El Rancho is clean, fast and the food is great. Good value for the money. You can get chicken nugget kids meals if your little ones are not into Mexican. The staff is great, very friendly. Free dessert on your Birthday and a chance to wear the Mexican Sombrero.