Teller's of Hyde Park
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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
Incredible food. Will be missed. I wish they’d post their recipes so their food would live on beyond the physical location (specifically the recipe for the Rodeo Burger with that incredible sauce). Heck, I’d sign an NDA just to be able to make that at home.
Well, what can we say? We’ll be back for our final Teller’s Meal Saturday, August 31st, 2019 at 8:30 P.M. I’m sure we’ll cry and sob like babies. Our tastes are so finicky and Teller’s Menu has always worked. This will sting! They’ve been such a part of the Hyde Park Community. We will miss you. So sad to see you go... Thank you for all of the many, many years of proving independent restaurants really do make the world go round...
They are closing. Food just seemed ok.
Decor was boring . Cya
Absolutely delicious! Best restaurant I’ve ever been to. Sad they are leaving
Great location, great food, and great customer service. However I think the restaurant could be cleaner. We sat upstairs and there was a lot of dust around the lights to where it was piled on, also there were a few flies that could have just gotten in but there were a few, and the tables could have been better wiped off. We will continue to go here as the food is delicious but I would like to see a cleaner facility.
Enjoyed brunch at Tellers in Sunday! I had the banana fosters French toast and it was heavenly!!! Can’t wait to go back to try the Boston Creme pancakes
I am typically a fan of Teller's but had a disappointing experience this weekend. Was glad to enjoy the rooftop for dinner and spend a nice night outside - always love the atmosphere up there (though, I do wish they played music).
This night was a little different though... upon walking in, we heard a server tell the hostess that "the food wasn't good" and assumed he was filling her in on a table that just left. Then, after sitting and enjoying a drink, we saw the table across from us send their meal back because it was luke warm. We hoped we wouldn't have the same experience. Our app came out (which was delicious) and very shortly after diving in, our salads were brought out - it was clearly too early to bring them out so they sat awkwardly for a while as we finished our app. Then, the flatbread came (also too soon so had to sit while we had our salad and wasn't very warm by the time we ate it). Then, we dove in. It was very plain and needed flavor so I asked for a side of pesto or balsamic glaze - anything! The server recommended a chimichurri or fire roasted red pepper salsa. Sounded odd but I thought the salsa must be more of an Italian sauce since she recommended it... it was definitely a salsa meant for tacos or tortilla chips. Not a fit for a flatbread with smoked mozzarella, tomatoes, and roasted garlic at all. While all of this was going on, we realized that the pizza was supposed to come with basil on it and there was none... hence, the reason it tasted like it was missing something. A pretty simple caprese flatbread gone wrong.
Seems nit-picky, I realize. But for spending what we did and seeing/hearing two other complaints, it all just piled on to make this a disappointing experience. The servers taking breaks to drink wine and socialize with a loud table in the corner of the rooftop, clearly filled with friends, didn't help. Management was really lacking this night and we'll hesitate to go back for more than drinks/apps again.
Our waitress was pleasant, but overall, service was slow. The food was cold and didn't have much flavor. The old bank building is fun but clearly needs some repairs. Overall, only a 'meh' experience.
Waitress was outstanding very engaged & frindly
The free Birthday lava cake was delicious.
Nice evening on the patio!
This was my first time here. The egg roll appetizer was very delicious. I was however disappointed with my goat cheese appetizer. My entree was the good. Overall not bad but not great.
My boyfriend and I had a wonderful dinner on the patio. The Brie Flatbread is our favorite appetizer! I highly recommend it if you haven’t tried it yet.
Food was good but for the price idt it was worth it
Service was very poor , two of us had tuna Nicosa salad and felt ill later that night ... wine was not good and tasted off.
May have been just a bad night , certainly not how we remembered tellers from years ago
My friend and I were very disappointed with the food. The waitress was very friendly and knowledgable.
Great dining on the pleasant outdoor terrace. With the exception of a waitress who continually forgot our appetizer, finally bringing it at the end of the meal, it was a great experience.
Great Food / Service & Atmosphere
We started with an appetizer to get our nieces ready for their trip overseas - the White Bean Hummus with pita.
It was served right away and the pita was warm.
For lunch we had a variety of food: I had the Eggs Florentine with the Hollandaise on the side. The poached eggs and the creamed spinach were prepared perfectly. My husband got an Eggs Benedict. It’s served with potatoes. FYI - the potatoes are prepared with bacon in them. We were joy told in advance. I didn’t eat mine. My nieces got the Baton Rouge Wrap and the Teller’s House Salad. The wrap was huge and it was served with fries - prepared perfectly. She was focusing more on the fries than the sandwich and didn’t finish her lunch. The salad was a perfect size for lunch and she enjoyed every bite!! My cousin had the Santa Fe Chicken (sandwich without the bread) - they served all of the sides in little containers and it came with potatoe fries on the side. She absolutely loved all of it!!
We were not rushed through our meal - the server was attentive and refilled our water glasses.
It had been a long tine since we were at Teller’s - we will be back!
Our waiter was wonderful and so patient given the fact I had an 18 month old! Please recognize him for his efforts!
We were able to sit outside....very enjoyable experience.
Service was pretty slow and other than sitting next to an unhappy child the evening was fine. Food was good.
I had the Asian chicken salad. The general flavor was good. Too much dressing, made the greens soggy, and the grilled chicken was a little rubbery. Not quite the quality I was expecting. Everything else was great.
Service was friendly. She made recommendations and was knowledgeable and friendly. Food was very good.
Our waitress was very pleasant, our meals were delicious. There were very few people in the restaurant, so the noise level was low, thus our conversation went smoothly.
Hot fried chicken was over cooked and dry.
Pork dish sauce was overly salty.
Shared a girls’ lunch on a sunny Thursday afternoon. Food was delicious — everyone enjoyed their salads made with fresh ingredients accompanied by warm bread.
We have been to Tellers for mother’s day brunch for the past 4 years. This year was horrible. We had a reservation got there and was seated under a large air vent blowing out very cold air. We asked to be moved as there were multiple open tables but were told no. When our food finally came it was cold. The potato casserole had not been cooked as the potatoes were raw. The eggs and toast were cold and inedible . The server asked how our meal was and when I started to tell her she rudely walked away. Friends of ours at another table had the same experience. I spoke with the manager who gave is 1/2 off our meal... we will be finding another place to celebrate mother’s day and other important occasions.
I had to Italian omelet with potatoes. The omelet was tasteless and the potatoes were still hard
Our server checked in maybe twice? He seemed like he hated his job. Brought us menus 15 minutes after we sat down.
Hadn’t been to Teller’s in a long time. Food was very good. Only critique would be that the restaurant could use a remodel.... it is looking a little run down.
Thank you to the amazing staff at Teller's for rescuing a bad evening! I cannot thank you enough for treating us so well.
Birthday Party setup next to us was super noisy and distracting. Felt like we were at Chuck E. Cheese
We waited over 10 minutes for any service. Food was disappointing. Overall bad experience and we will not be back.
This was one of my favorite date nights. The food was fantastic and the mules were on tap! Our server was so friendly. Definitely will be back.
Nice place. The service was fine and the food was fine.
The food was pretty good. Our server seems to have entirely too many tables, but he was friendly and helpful. Drinks were great!
Our favorite place to meet in Cincinnati! We come from Cincinnati, Louisville and Indianapolis and meet at TELLERS!
Everything was fine. Nothing special, nothing memorable. Brunch pizza was dry.
Teller's was a nice experience. We were greeted warmly and instantly taken to our table which we had made a reservation for. Matthew our waiter was helpful with suggestions for those in our party having a difficult time deciding. We were able to have a leisurely and enjoyable dinner.
Wonderful meal! Great service. Truly enjoyed the pork chop.
Tellers never fails to deliver. Great place for a pre Elton John concert dinner
The best brunch experience I’ve had
They were out of the special and the Red Snapper, so I had to choose another dish that was not as appealing to me. It was good, just not what I was hoping to have that evening.
The décor and furniture is very old and outdated. A chair was broken and we had let the hostess know. They put it back in place at another table. When they sat someone at the table, we let the hostess and server know again that the chair was broken. They removed it and we watched them put it at another table (again). Same thing, when they sat someone at that table, we let them know again that is the same chair we have already told them about previously that is broken. If a patron sat in that chair, they would have most certainly been injured.