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It really is our anniversary, and was wondering where we could have dinner. we now have a 1 old that will be coming with us too year. any tips for any reasonably romantic/nice locations that are unique to Cincy?

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Well, you have got issue right here. We also have 1 year old. And I also understand for a well known fact that I wouldnt wish to simply just take my one year old to a truly good, romantic/quiet form of restaurant. It truly kills the love when you are sitting in a restaurant with an one year squealing that is old babbling, throwing foor on the ground, etc, and all sorts of of the diners in your immediate area are sitting around providing you dirty appears the entire time for spoiling the atmosphere. Therefore, once we choose someplace, we always to to get early, therefore you are going to piss off all the other diners that we dont have to wait to get in and the food comes faster, and try to select a place that has good food, but isnt a real quiet/formal kind of atmosphere where. Most of the other places we see recommended right right here, you would likely piss from the other diners here.

So- in the criteria Ive laid out- listed below are my recommendations as it does have a semi-romantic flair to it, but as long as you arrive early, its the best Italian food you’ll find in Cincinnati or most other cities) for you- The Montgomery Inn (a very Cincinnati place as well), Papadeaux’s in Springdale, Mitchells Fish Market in West Chester (borderline, but if you’ve got a good baby, you can probably pull it off), or possibly Vincenzo’s in the Evendale/Springdale area (again, its borderline,.

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