Last night we went to Incline Public House to celebrate the Husband's birthday. Named for the Price Hill Incline, one of Cincinnati's former five inclines. Once at the top of the incline was the Price Hill House, an entertainment resort and restaurant. The Incline Public House now stands in that location and offers the same incomparable view of the cityscape.
|Can't wait to enjoy this deck in the summer|
The signature drink menu was enticing, especially knowing all the effort behind it. The gin rickey went down easy, like lemonade. I foresee myself enjoying more of these on a sumer night.
I opted for the portobello mushroom salad with lemon vinaigrette, hold the cheese. The dressing was great, light and not oily.
|Portobello Mushroom Salad|
I also snagged little bites of some of the other dishes. Everything was well-prepared and tasty. The Grippo's BBQ chips on the top of the mac and cheese were a creative touch and a lovely nod to Cincinnati history.
|Spicy Pickle Fries|
|Mac and Cheese topped with Grippo's Chips|
The Husband raved over the pizza. Pesto, prosciutto, arugula, and egg. A unique combination that I was a bit apprehensive about, but the Husband assured me it was yummy.
|Green Eggs and Ham Pizza|
Looking forward to a return trip.