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1. Cincinnati Bengals
Want to get outside and be with 60,000 of your best friends? Why not take in a Cincinnati Bangles home game. Really though, what else is the town doing on Sunday during football season?
You can start the tailgating party early in the parking lot and grill some food, enjoy all of the pre-game activities as you wait to enter the stadium. This for sure is a full-day event and you are sure to have fun win or lose, but of course, if you want an even better experience, try to get tickets to a Sunday or Monday night game against a Divison opponent.
2. Cincinnati Reds
Of course, if you are not a football fan or want more games to go to, then when not pick up a baseball game. With 81 home games, you are sure to find time to catch one.
Hotdogs and beer have long been associated with baseball, so you better come hungry. The nice thing about baseball is you can go on a Sunday morning, Tuesday night or Friday afternoon, the time varies so much you will find some time that works for you. Advice, take an UBER as the traffic is a mess when it gets out.
3. American Sign Museum
4. The Cincinnati Zoo
The zoo Cincinnati is the fifth-oldest zoo in the United States, It opened back in 1875, It is located in the Avondale neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio. The zoo is home to the world-famous hippo Fiona.
If you plan to visit the zoo make sure to bring your walking shoes as there are tons of exhibits to explore and don’t forget to bring your camera. There is plenty of restaurants to eat at for your day of adventure.
3400 Vine St
Cincinnati, OH 45220
5. Pedal Wagon Cincinnati
The Pedal Wagon is a multi-passenger, pedal-powered, rolling celebration. Operating 7 days a week, you can reserve the entire Pedal Wagon or just part of it. Choose from a variety of cruises, on which you will share a memorable experience with friends, co-workers, or complete strangers while enjoying Cincinnati's great restaurants, bars, and “best-kept secret” local establishments. Perfect for corporate outings, birthdays, bachelorette/bachelor parties progressive dinners, or just because!
Cincinnati, OH 45202
1114 Bunker Alley,
TOP 5 RESTAURANTS IN CINCINNATI
Dojo Gelato has done amazing things with this space in Findlay Market. Delicious sundaes, soft-serve style ice cream, and sorbetto, as well as a dog-friendly outdoor makes this restaurant a great place to visit when you’re craving a treat. Chef Christner never cut any corners cooking or with the products he uses. Things such as his caramel and chocolate sauce are made by hand each day in-house, and the sundaes are topped with an Amarena cherry. Once you’ve had this amazing dessert, it shall haunt your dreams.
137 West Elder Street
Cincinnati, OH, 45202
Taglio is a Detroit-style pizzeria for over a year and a half now, and their concept is starting to pay off. This buttery, crunchy crust pizza itself is the shining star here and there is no other pizza in town that comes close to Taglio. It’s so good, you really need no additional toppings. Of course, if you love the additional flavors, then I would go for ricotta, tomato, bacon, and crushed tomato sauce. With their recent building expansion next door, and the addition of a full bar, Taglio has arrived.
It might be easy to drive past Sichuan Bistro, located in an unassuming strip mall on Mason-Montgomery road, but you’d be missing out on some of the best Sichuan cuisines the city has to offer. When a restaurant has two menus, you know you are in for a treat. Don’t be scared of the authentic menu! Order the traditional Kung Pao chicken and experience out-of-this-world flavors. The Twice Cooked Pork and Dry Red Chili Chicken also will open your eyes to an entirely new set of favorite dishes to order at a Chinese restaurant. A word of warning: when it says spicy, they mean it. Sichuan dishes are typically cooked with a healthy dose of the famous Sichuan peppercorn though, so you’ll enjoy a unique tingly-numb sensation to battle some of the heat.
7888 Mason Montgomery Rd
Mason, OH 45040