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shrug7


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Going to Cincinnati for 4 days this up coming week.

Gym recommendations?
Good grub/beer?


captainstatic


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Climb Time for bouldering http://www.ctoba.com/ and RockQuest for routes http://www.rockquest.com/ Silver Spring House http://www.thesilverspringhouse.com/ the only place close to both gyms that serves food after 10 pm when both gyms close. Tues./Thurs. are the kewl nights for CT, Wed. is the night for RQ. I'm only doing the RQ Wed. night right now so ask anyone who Captain Static is.


uptick


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shrug7 wrote:
Going to Cincinnati for 4 days this up coming week.

Gym recommendations?
Good grub/beer?

'Bout it for the gyms.
What kind of grub/beer environment you looking for, i.e. college, latest & greatest...?
You can get a copy of Cin-Weekly (a local entertainments newspaper) at various restaurants (can always find them unless you are looking for a copy).
You have to try Skyline Chili!
What part of Cinci you stayin in? Not too big a town but still can be an hour drive from one area to another.


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shrug7


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Downtown.

Always a fan of small local places, Thanks i'll pick up the cin-weekly see what I can find.

Mmmm.... Skyline... now I have been there before Wink


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Just across the river at Newport on the Levy is an entertainment complex full of the newest "go to" commercialized places.

For smaller places, more of the club digs: short Vine in Clifton still had a handful of college bars with bands. Handful in the area and you could walk between them.

Across the river again in Covington in the Main Strausse area there are a handful of 20-30 something bars. Look up Cosmos or Cock and Bull. they are in the same block along with others. http://www.mainstrasse.org/bars_restaurants.html
I've been out of it too long but that's a decent start.
Oh, Mt. Adams still has a few going too. Like the Covington district, you can park and walk to a half dozen bars.


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