I felt totally underwhelmed by the Four Corners monument. Essentially what you're getting is a $5 photo (that's the cash-only entry fee to the area) and a chance to stretch your legs in the middle of the desert on Highway 160. The monument itself is pretty nice, and it's surrounded by a rectangle of stands with people selling Navajo jewelry and other souvenirs. There are also some food stands that were closed when I showed up, as well as a couple of outdoor bathrooms.
Totally cool bar/cafe/arcade/laundromat that ALMOST takes the pain out of doing your laundry.
Pretty simple, classic menu, but Horner's absolutely crushes every aspect of it.
Bacon jam. Enough said. THEY SERVE A FREAKING JAM MADE OUT OF BACON.
Not only are the burgers delicious, but Serpentine's location is one of the coolest in the city.
Hands down the best burger in Cow Hollow. I still can't get over how good the sauteed shiitake mushrooms are on top.
This place is awesome! The meats are fresh and make for some truly killer sandwiches. Boccalone's workers are also all very friendly, and are a great resource if you're not sure what to get.
Everything on the menu is delicious and just what you need after a long night out in the city.
An incredible place to eat with a view to match the food.
Washington Park is a great place to walk around through or maybe catch one of the numerous festivals hosted on the lawn. On my first introduction to Cincinnati I walked through the park, and it helped solidify OTR in my mind as an incredible place to live.