Next door is Memorial Hall showcasing live musical performances, comedians, and feature films.
There are four smaller theatres: Ensemble, Know, Emery, and Woodward that explore compelling social issues and produce contemporary shows that tend to be edgy and thought-provoking.
But what I especially love about the area is the architecture.
OTR has the nation’s largest collection of 19th-century Italianate architecture and is home to a National Historic Landmark, Cincinnati Music Hall, where the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Opera, and Ballet perform.
It’s only USD 1 for a two-hour ticket or USD 2 for all-day.
If you’re driving, you can park at Findlay Market, Washington Park, or Mercer Garage.
You’ll find Mexican, Japanese, Italian, Argentinean, Belgian, Asian fusion, French, farm-inspired American, Thai, Greek, Mediterranean, classic American, and Chinese — and it’s all amazing.
I love to just people-watch here as locals come to walk their dogs, play sports like kickball, and let their kids run around in the waterpark. At last count, there were over 55 places to dine and over 20 bars, and that’s not counting the two breweries.It’s a mixture of ground pork, beef, steel cut oats, and spices, and the ultimate place to get it is at Eckerlin Meats.They’ve been voted best in Cincinnati for years, so you’ve got to stop by and have a sample.With over 40 vendors and more than a million visitors a year, Findlay Market is fun for everyone — and especially foodies.Unless you’re from Cincinnati, you’ve probably never heard of .