Thursday, March 7, 2013

Family dining in Cincinnati

Cincinnati, Ohio provides attractions for all members of the family alike, such as the world-renowned Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, the Reds' Great American Ball Park and riverboat cruises upon the Ohio River. The city also features a host of family-friendly restaurants, many of which allow households to dine out without breaking the bank, and a great way to get around Cincinnati for a day of sight seeing and dining after is with a bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus rented from Bus Rentals Cincinnati.

Quatman Cafe sits a short rental bus ride away from Fenwick Park. The cafe’s simple menu focuses on sandwiches such as hamburgers, corned beef and ham and cheese.  The restaurant also offers discounted combo meals.  The bustling interior features checkered tablecloths, televisions and food served on paper plates, fitting in perfectly with the informal atmosphere.  You can also take your rental bus over to Arthur's Restaurant, located at Hyde Park Square.  This restaurant serves up a wide variety of burgers, including Swiss and mushroom, spicy black bean and turkey burgers. The children's menu also offers a hamburger, as well as grilled cheese and peanut butter and jelly. The laid-back decor includes mosaic-tiled floors, mural-covered walls and ceiling fans.

Cincinnati is famous for its pizzas, and one of the best places for a pizza meal is Dewey's Pizza in Oakley Square, halfway between two shopping centers. The boldly colored dining hall includes checkered floors, bright walls and low-hanging metal light fixtures. Custom made for picky rental bus diners, the restaurant allows diners to build their own pizzas, choosing from such toppings as pineapple, sausage and three different types of olives. Take your rental over to Linwood Avenue, where Ramundo’s Pizzeria offers pizza by the slice, as well as individual toppings such as pepperoni, bacon and ham. Specialty pizzas include barbecue chicken, veggie and meatball pizzas. The casual pizzeria provides dine-in and take-out service, ideal for the rental bus visitor on the go.

Start your rental bus day off right with a hearty Cincinnati style breakfast at the Melt Eclectic Deli which offers a relaxed setting, complete with chalkboard menus, bright red and yellow walls and an outdoor picnic area equipped with blue tables. Sunday brunch fare for rental bus diners includes such offerings as vegan biscuits and gravy, vegetarian huevos rancheros and a kid's plate featuring scrambled eggs, potatoes and fruit. Melt is on Hamilton Avenue, less than 10 minutes from Mount Airy Forest.  Rental bus visitors in search of breakfast or brunch can choose First Watch, that has multiple locations throughout the Cincinnati area. Interiors are basic diner style, with chalkboard menus and booth seating. The child's breakfast menu offers chocolate-chip pancakes, sourdough French toast and eggs and bacon. Adults can choose from a variety of omelets and crepes.

For a fun filled day in Cincinnati, give Bus Rentals Cincinnati a call to find out how they can help you organize a trip with a selection from their fleet of rental buses and friendly, personalized service.

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