dear husband was away for the evening, and the children did not have school in the morning. after running errands, we tried a new-to-us burger place. we had trouble finding it, but when we asked directions, they said, "you can't miss it!" now we know why.
there are no regular lights.
but the food is really interesting!
i know a few people who would agree with this sign. you won't find a 5 cent anything here, though.
the staff is very friendly, and we felt welcomed.
people at other tables smiled and posed for me.
the refrigeration in the shape of bottles behind the bar is from the 1950s.
i had a burger with a wine sauce with truffles, mushrooms, and sauteed onions. delicious. the children were happy, too. one had a burger, while the other had a b.l.t. with six pieces of bacon.
the abolitionist, harriet beecher stowe, moved to cincinnati when she was 21 in 1832. cool neon.
this man behind the bar was charming. there was also a welcome-person full of interesting information. if you are in cincinnati, check out terry's turf club. joy to you!