“A West Coast feel in Cincinnati's urban core.”
Casual dining without sacrificing style. Serving 3 squares a day with fresh ingredients and a West Coast feel in Cincinnati's urban core.
Solid brunch spot. The decor hits a good balance between industrial and rustic, and the service was great. On Sunday morning, they have a bar cart right at the entrance waiting to serve you mimosas as you wait in line (and the line can be long), although I was a little disappointed in the mimosa itself (very champagne heavy-- there was hardly any of their fresh-squeezed OJ in it at all). Everyone was friendly, and they did a great job of keeping everything moving along, so that once you did order you had a place to sit and the food came out quickly. We had a couple of baked goods to munch on while we waited, and all of the scones and cookies I've tasted are outstanding. All of the dishes we ordered were tasty, but a lot of it was cold, which was weird (I had cold poached eggs that somehow still had perfectly runny yolks). Overall, I'd definitely come back.
This place is awesome. I've only been for brunch but I haven't had a bad experience yet. The food is super fresh and tasty, and the environment/interior is quite unique for downtown Cincinnati. Highly recommended!
The green Bloody Mary and the goetta were disappointing, but they nail everything else. The bacon, toast, eggs, scones, everything was great. I'll definitely come back.
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Maplewood Kitchen and Bar
- Mon - Sat: 7:00 am - 3:00 pm
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