Teller's of Hyde Park
The spacious interior, remodeled in 2009, is accented with warm colors and bright skylights. Teller’s expansive bar serves 30 beers on tap, 20 wines by the glass and over 120 bottle wines. Weather permitting, enjoy our second story outdoor patio, rated one of Cincinnati’s top outdoor dining venues.
Unfortunately, due to the unpredictable weather, we are unable to take reservations on our patio. Our patio tables are available first come, first serve, for all of our walk in diners.
Friday: 11:00am until 2:30am
Saturday: 11:00am until 2:30am
Sunday: 10:00am until 12:00am
Great atmosphere, food and service.
Haven’t been there in a long time, and we will be back.
Great service !!!
Teller's has always been a go-to restaurant for my wife and I forever. I haven't been in quite sometime and I was sad to see the place empty on this past Sat night at 8:00pm. I would say after our poor experience on the outdoor patio, I'm wondering if more people have had the same poor experience and are not coming back. Food was really good, service was not only extremely slow, but lacked the general awareness of a wait staff and the customer service they're there to provide. I waited many tables and bartended as well, so I have some experience and know what it's like to be in the weeds. When no one is there, it was hard to understand what the real problem was. Our waiter was even training someone else, so we had two people waiting on us and the service was terrible. It wasn't just our service, we observed it happening to several other tables on the patio. I don't know who reads these, but I hope it gets in the Owner/Management's hands, so they are at least aware. Bartender downstairs was good while seated at the bar.
Food is amazing and the upstairs outdoor seating is very relaxing. The staff are all very friendly and the atmosphere is comfortably upscale.
The chicken quesadilla was a large 4 piece portion and very tasty. It is served with 4sauces for dipping. One person who ordered it go the wrong entree so had to wait for it to be remade. That is the reason for my 3 star service rating. Our server was very apologetic and I think the error was made in the kitchen. They forgot the chicken. I ordered mine without onions and the peppers and onions are added together so I depended on the pick de Gallo to spice it up.
The chicken sandwich was also a large portion but so half was eaten without the bun.
I love the setting. We sat in the vault area which is more private.
Overall we enjoyed our lunch.
Took my fiancée here for her birthday. Mentioned that in the reservation notes, but no acknowledgment was made by the host or the waitress. The food was good and so were the drinks. Patio was nice. Decent place.
We have loved coming to Teller's in the past for it's energy and ambience. This time we just didn't feel it. It was Friday night at 7:30 and the place was very empty. The hostess and wait staff seemed bored and not overly friendly. Food was good.
We always love their brunch, but haven't been there in awhile.
Food and service were excellent! We were early and were seated well before our reservation time. Wine list was pretty pricey.
Food was pretty good but the restaurant itself could use some updates - decor and furniture are both a little tired. Always love the rooftop seating, though!
I did not care for temperature or texture of whole lobster and would not order it again, but still glad I tried their Monday night lobster special.
Four old friends met at Teller's to catch up with one another! We had a delicious meal and a great conversation....for two hours, which went by very quickly and enjoyably!
Nice place , small menu not much to pick from . Pretty reasonable if you have children they may not enjoy menu as much. Over all nice place
I was not pleased with my meal I got a pasta dish that included chicken. The chicken was over cooked Radiator. It tasted awful. I did not to ruin my husband's Father's Day.
The service is terrible here. My book club has been meeting here for years, and over the last six months or so it has gotten worse. Each time we go we have an incident. Usually the waiter forgets to bring chicken or salmon with someone’s salad (it happens literally every time), but we’ve also had a large winged insect grilled ONTO someone’s salmon (they didn’t make us pay for that entree and brought free desserts, but still, it was so gross). When there was missing Gorgonzola from someone’s $25 pasta, she asked for more and the waiter took 10 minutes to bring it AND charged for it. Another time a waiter poured quite a bit of water into a vodka drink because he mistook it for water. He apologized, but did NOT offer to bring another one or take it off the bill until we demanded it. It takes forever for a waiter to ever greet our table, even when we’re not busy. It’s like they lack basic service-industry training or something. For a restaurant this pricey, I expect more. We would meet somewhere else except for the central location and delicious buffalo chicken egg rolls.
Always great to be in a Hyde Park establishment with a great history
The server made for a pleasant experience. The dinner I ordered was way too spicy for my taste and unfortunately, the server failed to mention that was a possibility. I would not order this again.
I like Teller's, but this experience was not good. Appetizer of mussels was excellent; I would get it again. The soft shell crab main dish was another extremely over breaded and "flash fried" but tasted of nothing but fried breading. This is a review of this one dining experience. I will dine again at Teller's in the future.
My wife and I had dinner at Teller's on Mother's Day. The ambiance is definitely upscale but not intimidating. We shared a brie flatbread appetizer, and we each had the Picanta Fettuchine. The food was delicious, and the service was attentive and efficient. Teller's is not cheap, but it is great for a special occasion.
Brie pizza appetizer great start, love the bank turned restaurant... Full bar selection, & husband loved the "hot chicken" -quite the bite (for a Tabasco eater that says something ) . Nice 1st experience & we'll return!
Valuable happy hour Monday -Friday 4p-7p. Sunday half off bottles of wine 4p-6p . Great food, great venue patio space out back,
Wait staff was in training.
Hadn't been to Tellers in about 3 years. Menu has improved significantly and the food was really good. Especially enjoyed the scallops!
We were seated promptly on the second floor. Our waiter was friendly and knowledgeable. Beer listing within the menu is not up to date, so he brought an updated listing. I had the Hyde Park pork chop. It was a decent size chop, cooked perfectly, served with delicious horseradish mashed potatoes and mustard greens. I wasn’t a fan of the greens. While OK to eat when they were hot, they cooled quickly and were by my standards no longer edible. Wife ordered a Caprese pizza. Crust had a nice brown to it, and the toppings were generous, especially the garlic. No desserts. I’d certainly dine here again.
We've eaten at Teller's before and enjoyed it. But this time was not impressive. The food was average at best. I had the cajun pasta which was ok but definitely nothing special. My friend had the pork chop which he felt was slightly overcooked. My wife had the same comment about her salmon. Our waitress was clearly struggling a bit with keeping up with her tables. We ordered appetizers, salads and entrees and asked that our appetizers were brought out first. Of course the salads were brought out first, then taken back at our request. Our salads were brought back the second time soon after our appetizers arrived. We felt that it was likely that our dinners were slightly over cooked as they probably sat under a heat lamp and were kept warm while we ate our appetizers and salads. And in the end, we were rather surprised at how high our bill was concerning our food and experience. Overall I would recommend plenty of other restaurants in Cincinnati before going to Teller's.
We were in the back room which was fine with us because it was quiet. Our server was nice but disappeared after giving us our check so we had to track someone down to take our credit card. I had the special of the day that was Korean Barbecue which was a bad choice. Very salty and over whelming in taste. My friends Nicoise Salad was much better.
Been a lot of times and I really think this was just an off-day!
Great place in Hyde Park. Enjoyed a nice Easter brunch with family. Food took a little longer than expected but all was delicious. We will return for a dinner or lunch in the future.
The place is nice and the drinks are good.
Our Server, Kelli C was very good.. friendly, attentive, and helpful with the menu. Our entrees were great and the chocolate lava cake with homemade marshmallows was an excellent dessert.
We went as part of the Delta SkyMiles dining rewards. The food was decent, not really memorable. We ordered the Ceasar salad, then added a sirloin that added a whopping $8 on top of the salad cost. I found that to be a little steep. We also ordered the Baton Rouge wrap, which was ok, not really a fan of hot lettuce in wraps. The texture was almost like sushi, which was a little off putting. However it did taste better the next day. The price is some where between moderate and high, we didn't even order cocktails, just an iced tea and a water. We probably will not be returning.
Cool place. Good appetizers and decent entrees. Brunch is very good.
This was my first time - but definitely won't be the last! Prompt and very friendly service. Great menu - lot of good options. I went with the chicken quesadilla and it was delicious.
We went for Valentine's Day and had a great time. The food was delicious and service was quick.
We (party of 2) were seated upstairs and most of the floor was handled by one waitress. She had one other small table and a large party of 20+. Most of her time was spent with the large group and it took almost 20 minutes to get our check.
Management should have assigned other staff to assist. The server apologized but we never saw any management to support her or speak with us. Very disappointing.
We had a great experience -- the food was delicious, I highly recommend the Santa Fe chicken sandwich. The service was quite good, though the server didn't know the answers to a couple of questions, but she was very attentive and nice. The bourbon crème brulee was delightfully creamy and delicious. I would just suggest they work on the Brulee technique -- there was uncaramelized sugar around the edges. Overall, though, highly suggest you go!
Food was excellent as always. Wine list change was too drastic for me though. My server was great but I wasn’t confident in her ability to spend my $50-$75 for a bottle of wine. I need at least a couple from somewhere I’ve heard of. Other than that we had a great dinner. Caesar was light and summery, and the red snapper was delicious. I had the rodeo burger for the first time and it couldn’t have been better. Thank you.
We did not stay because we came specifically for brunch at 10am and we were not able to order mimosas until 11am. We went to another nearby restaurant that was able to make our brunch experience complete well prior to 11am.
Tellers is a fun Cincinnati eatery. Sadly, on this night, we encountered a new servers was in over her head...forgot to put in our appetizer then our entree order. Luckily, the company was great and the food was solid.
We ordered two drinks, the chicken egg rolls, the Santa Fe sandwich, and goat cheese salad. The drinks were perfect. The egg rolls were delicious, but could stand a small side of sour cream. The sandwich was delicious and the potatoes were amazing. The goat cheese salad was good, however; it would be good if it had more substance or included an additional protein to break it up. The server was very accommodating and friendly. The ambiance was perfect and it was quiet enough to hear good conversation.