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The Beer Lover's Guide to Cincinnati, Ohio

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Goose Island is traveling across the country to share the brewery love during Migration Week. But a person can't live on beer alone: In addition to some awesome breweries, the Goose Island team found amazing spots for everything from tri-tip soup to post-beer empanadas during their stop in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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Cheapside Cafe

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We were feeling a little under the weather and needed some comfort food, so we stopped by Cheapside Cafe and ordered a grilled cheese and soup for lunch. It was the perfect pick-me-up to get us through the day.

Eli's BBQ

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We always love eating BBQ, so we had to stop by Eli's. Located in Findlay Market, Eli's is a cozy shop that features old records spinning on a vintage turntable. Vinyl and BBQ? Yes, please.

Rhinegeist Brewery

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This is hands down one of the coolest breweries we've ever seen, with some of the nicest folks we've ever met on the road. Be sure to swing by the tap room to grab some beers, then head on up to the roof — it's too cool to miss.

Findlay Market

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Located in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood of Cincinnati, Findlay Market is packed with all sorts of vendors, so it was the perfect place to wander around and discover new treats.

Taft's Ale House

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This gorgeous brewpub is housed in a completely restored nineteenth-century church. The beers were great, and the tri-tip stew made for a hearty, Midwestern lunch.
Who would have thought sushi from Ohio could be so tasty? Fusian serves fresh and fast sushi, making it a great alternative lunch spot for those of you who are bored of sandwiches.
As soon as we get a beer, we always want a good snack. Luckily, Ché serves both awesome beers on tap and delicious empanadas.

Maplewood Kitchen and Bar

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This is a great lunch spot with delicious sandwiches. We're a firm believer in a solid club sandwich, and this one knocked it out of the park. The draft list isn't anything to pass on, either.
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Cheapside Cafe

We were feeling a little under the weather and needed some comfort food, so we stopped by Cheapside Cafe and ordered a grilled cheese and soup for lunch. It was the perfect pick-me-up to get us through the day.

Eli's BBQ

We always love eating BBQ, so we had to stop by Eli's. Located in Findlay Market, Eli's is a cozy shop that features old records spinning on a vintage turntable. Vinyl and BBQ? Yes, please.

Rhinegeist Brewery

This is hands down one of the coolest breweries we've ever seen, with some of the nicest folks we've ever met on the road. Be sure to swing by the tap room to grab some beers, then head on up to the roof — it's too cool to miss.

Findlay Market

Located in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood of Cincinnati, Findlay Market is packed with all sorts of vendors, so it was the perfect place to wander around and discover new treats.

Taft's Ale House

This gorgeous brewpub is housed in a completely restored nineteenth-century church. The beers were great, and the tri-tip stew made for a hearty, Midwestern lunch.

FUSIAN

Who would have thought sushi from Ohio could be so tasty? Fusian serves fresh and fast sushi, making it a great alternative lunch spot for those of you who are bored of sandwiches.

Ché

As soon as we get a beer, we always want a good snack. Luckily, Ché serves both awesome beers on tap and delicious empanadas.

Maplewood Kitchen and Bar

This is a great lunch spot with delicious sandwiches. We're a firm believer in a solid club sandwich, and this one knocked it out of the park. The draft list isn't anything to pass on, either.

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