When it comes to date night ideas, it’s hard to beat what Oakley has to offer. From drinks to dessert and everything in between, you’re guaranteed to be charmed by this Cincinnati neighborhood.
MadTree Brewing is a community favorite and a good stop for the people-watching alone. Plus, with over twenty beers on tap and appetizers and pizza available from Catch-a-Fire Café, there’s sure to be something to please everyone. To top it all off, MadTree’s large patio is dog-friendly, so you can bring your canine friend along for the ride.
If beer isn’t your thing, you might stop in at Oakley Wines, which offers wine, craft cocktails, and small plates. This is a great spot for a quieter conversation. Plus, check out their Facebook page to learn about tastings, live music, and more.
When you’re ready to find something to eat, Oakley has no shortage of options. Some of the highlights include:
- Dewey’s Pizza. Dewey’s is a Cincinnati tradition, and the original location is right in the heart of Oakley Square. Plus, Dewey’s offers half-and-half pizzas and a seasonal rotation of salads, so there’s no need to compromise on your order.
- Oakley Pub and Grill. This neighborhood staple boasts a wide variety of options, from nachos to flatbreads and sandwiches to burgers and gyros. Plus, the patio seating allows you to look out over Oakley Square as you eat.
- Baba India. If you’re in the mood for Indian food, you can’t beat Baba India, whose menu offers a wide variety of options for vegetarians and meat-eaters alike.
Aglamesis’s Bros has been in Oakley since 1913, so you can feel confident the ice cream parlor has some of the best desserts around and a fun old-time soda shop atmosphere to go with it.