We are delighted that, Open Table has selected
"Prime Cincinnati Restaurant"

with the "Diners’ Choice Award!" 2019

Our award which is presented to those restaurants who provide exceptional service and outstanding cuisine and for the ‘flare and flavour’, is the result of amazing comments and genuine feedback from diners who booked at Prime through Open Table.

We would to thank all our customers who provide feedback and write reviews for "Prime Cincinnati"– we really appreciate the time and effort it takes to share such valuable information.

Four simple words comprise Prime Restaurant Cincinnati mission statement

A passion to serve.

It is our sole desire that everything, and we mean everything, that arrives at your table at Prime Restaurants delights you. To that end, we use only the finest, freshest ingredients, masterfully prepared in recipes designed to engage all of your senses.

We invite you to experience steakhouse and seafood dining at its finest, with a extensive wine selection and outstanding service.
"Delightful experience. The steaks were amazing. Wonderful wait staff. Lovely music. We will definitely be back!"

"Great service and food, had live entertainment which was awesome and not too loud for the space, overall a great meal and would go back when in town again. Had the mero sea bass, and a steak and both were excellent"
Excellent service from everyone that worked there. The dinner was a meal that will not be forgotten. This restaurant had everything from TV with football, a great piano player/singer, and an amazing decor.

Thank you!

Prime Cincinnati Lounge

You do not have to give up alcoholic beverages like beer, wine, vodka and whiskey for a healthy and balanced diet, says the magazine "Health". However, because each gram of alcohol contains 7 calories, you should be aware of what you are drinking to avoid gaining weight. The key is moderation and drink low calorie drinks whenever possible. According to the American Heart Association, a man should limit himself to two drinks a day, while a woman should not take more than one. A drink is defined as 12 ounces of beer, 4 ounces of wine or 1.5 ounces of 80-degree liquors. If you have a history of alcoholism, avoid any amount of alcohol.

Breakdown of beer

The calories in a serving of beer vary depending on the type you drink. The lowest-calorie beers are light beers, which contain, on average, around 100 calories per 12 ounces. Dark beers are the second best option when it comes to the amount of calories, since they range between 125 and 145 calories per glass. Regular beer and blonde beers have the highest number of calories in a 12-ounce serving, with an average of 150 to 200 calories.

What is in the wine?

Choose white or rosé wine over red wine, if you are looking for a smaller amount of calories per glass. On average, a 4-ounce glass of red table wine contains 100 calories. Conversely, a glass of white or rosé wine usually contains about 90 calories or less. The drier the wine, the better: a glass of dry white wine averages only 77 calories. Avoid sweet wines, which have significantly more calories in each serving.

Vodka

A 1.5-ounce serving of 80-degree vodka contains approximately 97 calories, according to the US Department of Agriculture. 90 degree vodka contains 110 calories in each serving; 100 degree vodka has the highest calorie concentration with 124 calories in a 1.5 ounce glass. If you prefer to drink your vodka with a mixer, choose club soda without calories or sugar instead of carbonated drinks with high sugar content such as juices, tonic water or bottled drinks to keep your calorie consumption as low as possible. To add flavor, add a freshly squeezed lemon or lemon juice.

Whiskey

On average, the 80, 90 and 100 degree whiskey has the same number of calories in a 1.5 ounce glass as the amount of calories supplied by the vodka. Drink whiskey on the rocks or try to mix it in the coffee or with a low-calorie mixer. If you prefer your whiskey with cola, be careful when using the diet soda to reduce your calorie intake. A 2013 study conducted at Northern Kentucky University suggests that consuming alcohol with artificial sweeteners such as diet soda can cause you to intoxicate faster than with sugar-containing mixers.

Executive Chef, Shawn Heine, is featured in the latest Certified Angus Beef ® brand Magazine. Check out the article on pages 62-64. https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/62288769/brand-update-2018-year-in-review

About Us

It is our sole desire that everything, and we mean everything, that arrives at your table at Prime Restaurants delights you.

Note: To that end, we use only the finest, freshest ingredients, masterfully prepared in recipes designed to engage all of your senses.