We went there for an early dinner after the Auto Show, it's just walking distance from the convention hall. This popular pub was founded in 1860 when the Erie Canal (not Central Parkway) was the main "road" for commerce. It ran non-stop until 1919 when Prohibition ended the fun. Back in business since 1986, it has preserved the best of it Over the Rhine heritage and hospitality and oysters. Did I mention the oysters? (All 3 kinds are from the East Coast), lots of other simple, delicious dishes and a handful of craft beers (complete bar, too) rounds out the makings for a delicious dinner & fun time!
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