Tours 2019-06-27T11:54:01+00:00

Visit Avril’s Meat Market and Sandwich ShopAvril’s has been a Cincinnati Staple since 1894. Avril’s is the last butcher shop on the edge of Over the Rhine operating in Cincinnati. They provide many restaurants, butcher shop, and food trucks with custom meats. With this reputation, how could the sandwich shop be any different? Using 125 years’ old recipes, with over 50 different recipes for sausage and smoked meats, sandwiches made from scratch and Goetta Rubens that are to “die for” – Welcome to Avril’s sandwich shop.

We Olive – Food and Wine DestinationWe Olive are perfect for lovers of food and wine. Their mission is to give Cincinnati the most delicious olive oil and balsamic vinegar and to educate you about the olive oils that are best for you. You will be delighted by their fruity and outstanding olive oils and viscous balsamic. You will learn to roll the oil around your tongue, delight in their wonderful flavors, and get expert advice and guidance on food and wine pairing.

Enjoy LaloLalo is one of our newest restaurants on the Flavors tour. How can I describe their food!! A blend of Latino and Asian
Influences that are carefully crafted that will “tease” your tastebuds …

Via Vite – Classic Italian DishesVia Vite is a contemporary Italian bistro located in Fountain Square offering a creative twist on classic Italian dishes. They also offer exclusive gelato flavors made by Madisono’s at Findlay Market. The two-level outdoor terrace overlooking the square is a perfect spot to truly take in the sights, sounds, and the flavors of the Queen City.

Hathaway Diner Serving Cincinnatians Since 1956Open since 1956, Hathaway’s Diner has been serving Cincinnatians breakfast and lunch for over 65 years. This classic diner features all the accents of a mid-century eatery: black and white checkered tile, long-winding countertops, and waitresses in ’50s-style dresses with their hair piled in a beehive. Located Downtown in the Carew Tower Arcade, one can find Hathaway’s near the Race St. entrance.

Delectable Graeter’s Ice CreamGraeter’s was started in 1870 by a German immigrant and is now operated by a fourth generation of the Graeter family. The secret of their delicious ice cream is the 5-gallon “French Pots” that gives the ice cream a high density with a low percentage of air. A pint a Graeter’s ice cream weighs in at a pound compared to 8 ounces of other high-quality ice cream brands.

Venice on Vine – The Only Nonprofit Restaurant in the AreaVenice on Vine is the only nonprofit restaurant in the Cincinnati area. Founded by Sr. Judy Tensin and Sr. Barbara Wheeler to provide training to inner city residents in the restaurant business. Each slice of pizza represents not only a good meal, but also faith reinvested in the neighborhood. They were awarded best pizza by Cincinnati Magazine.