“Amazing Mediterranean Winebar in Cincinnati”
Award-winning renowned Mediterranean winebar and purveyors of fine, fermented grape juice. Tapas-style eating. Indoor and outdoor seating, no reservations, casual attire. Abigail Street primarily serves tapas, but one can enjoy other dishes--usually seasonal--that they make available. The tapas are organized into three categories: meat (beef, pork, lamb, etc.), seafood, and vegetarian. The best way to experience abigail street is to get a group together. That way, you'll be able to experience the extensive variety the restaurant procures. Unlike Senate--the adjoining restaurant--Abigail street has a more vino centered drink menu. You can enjoy a nice glass or bottle of wine, or you can order whatever wine is on tap. They typically have a solid selection of both white and red with a rotational selection in each category. For dessert, order a fragrant pot of their Turkish coffee, or one of a number of other selections.
I like this place a lot, the service is always great, as is the food. It's pricey but their execution backs up the price tag. Definitely two thumbs up.
My brother used to work here and he still swears it's the best restaurant in the city. It's usually busy as is the Senate next door but you can get lucky if you plan ahead.
As Tatiana notes, expect to drop some serious flow, if you make this your dining destination. The food is good, though, and the turkish coffee is even better.
Just be prepared to spend a lot of money when you come here. It's pretty pricey, but in my opinion worth it. This is easily one of Cincinnati's best restaurants. Delicious tapas-like dishes.
My favorite shmancy restaurant in Cincinnati! An unbelievable tapas meal that can be affordable if you lay off the wine - not worth it. Mediterranean inspired with classic things like tangines but also gnocci and scallops and brussel sprouts to die for. This place is right on Vine street but it's a bit hidden next to Senate and set back so the wait pales in comparison to the tenants of Vine St. restaurants. Get in within 30 mins on a Fri/Saturday night. Table tops are large enough to accommodate 8 but I wouldn't go with more than 5 if you're looking for reasonable seating.
Particularly irresistible are the Batata potato mix and scallops.
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- Tue - Sat: 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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