More acclaim for Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine neighborhood

CINCINNATI -- Over-the-Rhine is getting more national acclaim, this time for its unique watering holes.

The revitalized urban neighborhood is the focus of a feature published Friday on dallasnews.com, starting with the colorful craft-cocktail-purveyor Molly Wellmann.

"To infer that this city is anything but as interesting and colorful as Molly, a seventh-generation Cincinnatian, is to say that you've not really explored Cincy in a few years," Diana Lambdin Meyer wrote.

Japp's, Sundry and Vice and Taft's Ale House are all highlighted, along with the Christian Moerlein Brewing Company and the Brewing Heritage Trail. It's a way of getting into the history of a neighborhood believed to be the largest urban historic district in the country.

"The architecture, a combination of Italianate, Queen Anne, and Greek Revival, is a treasure in itself," Meyer gushed. "Sure, some of those buildings are still boarded up and in serious need of some TLC, but seeing the potential is what brings the likes of Molly Wellmann to OTR."

Read what else she had to say at dallasnews.com.

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