Best Cincinnati Events to Book a Limo
Cincinnati, Ohio has a litany of big events, whether they’re downtown in the heart of the city, or events that only the locals know about. The Cincinnati Library and the Cincinnati Museum Center both have a ton of great exhibits and events on their calendars for the next month. And you can never forget the wine tastings and food tours held by a plethora of Cincinnati-area restaurants. We’ve compiled a list of the best upcoming food events, art showings, and activities around Cincinnati—especially the ones where taking a limousine would make the most of the night.
This 90-minute tour of food from around the globe includes six stops at specialty Cincinnati food merchants. “Tourists” can sip beverages or try samples of different foods. An additional five dollars on the ticket price will buy you an optional wine tour. Findlay Market will host its Taste the World Food Tour on a variety of Saturdays and Sundays until May so you have plenty of opportunities to check it out.
1801 Race Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Neighborhood Night at the Dilly Cafe
The Dilly Café in Mariemont offers a variety of great foods from leg of lamb to porkchops to Mahi fish tacos. They also have a long list of wines, craft beers, and cocktails if you want to kick back after work. On Neighborhood Night, which they will host every Sunday through May, people who live or work in zip code 45227 can receive 27 percent off of their dine-in food and enjoy free live music.
6818 Wooster Pike, Mariemont, Ohio 45227
Wine Across Europe Paired Tasting at the Winedog Fine Wines and Fine Art
If wine tasting is your thing, then the Winedog is sure to have something you’ll enjoy. It hosts its Wine Across Europe Paired Tasting on Thursday, February 21 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The event will feature some favorite wine selections from a local wine specialist, hors d‘oeuvres from a local caterer, and live music throughout the evening.
451A Ohio Pike, Cincinnati, Ohio 45255
This fascinating exhibit, co-organized by Cincinnati’s Contemporary Art Museum and the local Rose Art Museum, shows the influence of photography on the art and lifestyle of Andy Warhol during his prominence in the mid-20th century.
44 East Sixth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
This exhibit, which runs through April at the Cincinnati Museum Center, is one of the most comprehensive collections of ancient Israeli art. It includes the largest collection of the 2,000 + year-old Dead Sea Scrolls that exists. The ticket price is steep compared to that of other events, but the opportunity to experience this exhibit is once-in-a-lifetime.
1301 Western Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio
Golden Legacy: Original Art from 65 Years of Golden Books presented by the Public Library of Cincinnati
If you grew up in any decade since the 1940s, then chances are you were given one, two, or the whole collection of the Little Golden Books, and have since read them to your children. The Public Library of Cincinnati will host an exhibit through the end of February that features some of the Little Golden Books original art prints, the most extensive showing in the Little Golden Books’ history.
800 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Behind the Seams: Exhibiting and Conserving Fashion and Textiles presented by the Cincinnati Art Museum
This exhibit, which includes Cincinnati Art Museum’s private collection of historical fashion, features the importance of maintaining fashion as an art throughout cultures. Touted as a “behind-the-scenes exhibition,” it promises historical insight into the world of fashion.
953 Eden Park Drive, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Cincinnati is full of great events. Which one will you choose?
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