Cincinnati / Dayton French Restaurants

Cincinnati / Dayton French Restaurants
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American | Cincinnati
344 reviews

Boca is Chef David Falk's ode to Europe. It is a one of a kind dining experience marrying world-class, chef driven cuisine with gracious service at an affordable price point. Boca's design couples contemporary european and american stylings with touches of rusticity in an airy urban space. The elegant and inviting surroundings welcome guests for an afternoon cocktail, a small bite before a great show at nearby theaters, a casual dinner with friends, or a luxurious night out in Cincinnati.

Nuvo at Greenup
Contemporary American | Covington, KY
45 reviews

Chef Mark Bodenstein's Nuvo was born out of passion for hospitality, food and beverage. We are not just inviting you to dine we are inviting you to experience something new and exciting. We are the first entirely prix-fixe restaurant in greater Cincinnati. Our belief is a menu should constantly change with the season and evoke the essence of each so, come see what the new seasons are bringing to Nuvo.

Pre-fixe menu is $65 per person
3 Course Pre-fixe is $35 per person


Note: (due to our size some dietary needs may not be fulfilled we apologize for any inconvenience.)

Rue Dumaine
Contemporary American | Dayton
160 reviews

Chef Anne Kearney and Tom Sand Jr., co-proprietors, welcome you to their home! We have created a unique atmosphere where you can celebrate the good things in life, and put your cares on hold for a few hours. The décor has been created with many French bistro elements. Rue Dumaine specializes in an Americanized version of classic French flavors. Come savor duck rillette crepes, or indulge in crispy Herb de Provence frog legs, or a robust serving of Cabernet braised short ribs. Chef Anne is passionate about local ingredients such as honey, organic eggs, and all-natural chicken from Ed Hill’s farm in Xenia. Only the best artisan cheeses, gelato, vegetables and breads are brought in; everything else is prepared in-house. Menus change seasonally to accommodate fresh produce and seasonal specialties from local suppliers. The wine room is stocked with “wines from around the world” chosen from boutique wineries that exhibit “attention to detail” in all aspects of their winemaking process.