Find home-made bacon, sausage and pastrami, along with a selection of local craft beers and one of the best views in town at the new Incline Public House
in Price Hill, which opens Feb. 1.
Brothers Tony and Dominic Cafeo have been planning the restaurant, which also features a 1,400-square-foot deck, for a few years. It is part of a new development at the top of the stories Price Hill Incline that includes 15 condo units. “We’ve always wanted to be in Price Hill,” Tony says.
The restaurant will have an in-house smoker and a brick oven; the bar menu will focus on craft beer from local craft breweries, but there will be a small wine menu too, Tony says.
“We’re hoping to get lots of traffic, which will make the people of Price Hill feel safer,” Tony says. “Hopefully, people from outside of the neighborhood will come and get a better perception of the area.”
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