Temporary Error.

Please try reloading the page.

By: Charlita M.
Bid and Win It
I like them, they have SO much stuff and yes it's returns. They might be opened and resealed, they might be never opened, but if you've gone to the website and viewed items and READ the information given, you'll already know that what I've said above is stated. It is what it is. I've made several purchases at BID and WIN it.com and I've never been disappointed. If you HAVE concerns about the merchandise, then yes by all means go by sometime and look around. There's a whole floor downstairs of buy it now stuff. The owner and staff are the nicest people and would be happy to show you around or let you wander through to check things out. If you're looking for a specific item to examine, you should probably go in with the auction number and the item name so they can take you to it easily, 'cause they have a LOT of stuff for sale. Be an informed consumer and read the details and if you're still not sure, if you're local enough, go by and check it out.
By: Kat J.
Anderson Bar & Grill
Great Neighborhood Spot!Anderson Grill and Pub is a terrific, family-friendly neighborhood place - plenty of seating and a friendly staff. The food is inventive pub food and is really good - the chicken and basil quesadilla is terrific. Don't miss the fries - very good as well! There are a lot of TVs in both seating areas, and a full bar with a good wine and beer selection as well. We're so happy to have a great family-friendly restaurant in the neighborhood!
By: Phyllis H.
Skyline Chili
Cincinnati chili is really a recipe from a Greek immigrant. It's an "acquired" taste according to newcomers, but if you were born here you love it. Multiple locations in the city. My favorite menu item is the three way which consists of a plate of spaghetti covered with the chili and topped with a mound of shredded cheddar cheese and served with oyster crackers. Other combos including beans and/or onions are also popular.
user avatar
By: Greg O.
Jimmy B's Sports Bar & Grill
Nice to see a progressive sports bar on the Eastside of Cincinnati. Pool table, good food and entrainment. I think as time goes on this place will be a very nice night club for after hours nightlife. I think this is the new player in town on the Eastside just off 275 Beechmont exit.
By: Amy F.
La Pinata Restaurant
One of the better places to go in Cincy for legit Mexican food as well as Tex-Mex cuisine. Love their enchiladas and their queso dip should not be missed. Their menu is HUGE (which is sometimes a red flag for me) but in this case, everything's good.
By: Amy F.
Skyline Chili
This is probably my favorite Skyline location, just because it's always lively late into the night. I never deviate from the classic: a threeway and a Coke. Regardless of which location you visit, this is a must-stop for any tourist visiting town.
By: cincyeat
Uncle Yip's Restaurant
The only place to get authentic Chinese food in the tri-state. The staff is friendly and the prices are very reasonable.Some of my favorites include the lobster with ginger and green onion, beef chow fun, rock salt tofu and the Peking pork.
By: Phyllis H.
Holy Grail Tavern & Grille
Popular bar right across from Great American Ball Park. Packed before and during the games. Very loud and you might have trouble finding a place to sit. All part of the experience. Typical bar food. Fun place with a group.
user avatar
By: Jessica L.
Skyline Chili
This is a non-alcohol business. They helped out a local animal shelter in building up some of the play areas. Their food is just as good as other Cincinnati chili places, PLUS they have a good greek salad AND 3 way potatoes.
By: Jeff B.
Skyline Chili
My dad introduced me to Skyline when I was probably 9 or 10 years old. Dad passed away in 2005. I now live in Danville, KY. Every time I travel to Ohio, I stop at a Skyline. I loved it then and still love it to this day.

Just a moment...