Mt. Adams is one of those quaint “urban village” enclaves that hide away in cities which came into their own in the second half of the 19th Century. With spectacular views of the Ohio River and the downtown skyline, numerous popular and cozy restaurants and pubs, and outstanding architecture, Mt. Adams is a “I could live here” neighborhood. Mt. Adams is close to many of Cincinnati’s best features, including the Playhouse, Art Museum, Eden Park and the Krohn Conservatory.
If you prefer a meal on the town, offerings range from the higher-end Celestial to soup and sandwiches at Bow Tie Cafe. After dinner, Mt. Adams has several options for a drink or two. Stop in at Quincy’s, a tribute to the man for who the Hill bares its name, or spend a night rocking with friends at The Pavilion, one of Cincinnati’s hottest clubs. Live music is never hard to find on The Hill, The Blind Lemon has live musicians 365 days a year.