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Raising the Bar: Slatts Pub

May 6th, 2009
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Love Mondays again at this Blue Ash spot
By Amber Samblanet
Metromix April 15, 2009

Mondays can be the pits. They mark the end of a carefree weekend and the start to another five days of stress. That’s why my fiancé and I hit up Martini Monday at Slatts Pub for $2 off all martinis. Take that, Monday!

We were seated right away at a booth toward the back and started sifting through the martini list. I thought the Caribbean martini ($4.95, $6.95 regularly) sounded yummy – coconut rum, vodka, amaretto, cranberry juice and pineapple juice garnished with a cherry. Mike opted for the Smooth Sailing martini ($5.95, $7.95 regularly) with Absolut Kurant, Cointreau and a splash of cranberry. When the drinks arrived, we ended up swapping because I favored the sharper taste of the Smooth Sailing over the super-sweet and fruity taste of the Caribbean.

Here’s the best part about Slatts’ martinis: They essentially come with a refill! When the server delivered our martinis, she also brought out mini carafes filled with even more of our delightful drinks in ice-filled glasses.

Slatts’ other drink specials include Wine Down Wednesdays with $10 off any bottle of wine, as well as happy hour 4 to 7 p.m. Monday-Friday with $1 off all draft beers, well liquor and house wine, and half price on select appetizers.

This Blue Ash bar is also a restaurant offering everything from salads and burgers to steak and pork chops (and a delectably creamy lobster bisque). The hefty portions of food, classy decor and friendly service offer everything a neighborhood pub needs. Plus, the outdoor patio is available for seating when the weather is nice.

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You Voted: Best Local Patios

June 16th, 2008
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You voted: Best local patios

We asked where you love to dine and drink outside now that warmer weather is here and you were more than happy to tell us your favorites. The polls are still open, so keep checking in to find out about the best outdoor dining spots in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.

We counted the votes so far and here are your top 5 places to dine in the sun or under the stars! Click on each restaurant’s name to tell everybody what you think of it.

1. Slatts Pub
4858 Cooper Road, Cincinnati, 513-791-2223

2. Mount Adams Pavilion
949 Pavilion St., Cincinnati, 513-744-9200

3. Back Porch Saloon
9626 Princeton Glendale Road, West Chester, 513-874-2432

4. Mount Lookout Tavern
3209 Linwood Ave., Cincinnati, 513-871-9633

5. (tie) Arthur’s
3516 Edwards Road, Cincinnati, 513-871-5543

5. (tie) Chez Nora
530 Main St., Covington, Ky., 859-491-8027

Honorable mentions go to:
R.P. McMurphy’s, Blind Lemon, Cabana, Hyde Park Tavern, Arlin’s Read more…

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Press Release

June 16th, 2008
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SLATTS PUB UNVEILS UNIQUE MODERN BUSINESS CENTERSlatts Pub, a recently remodeled neighborhood restaurant located in downtown Blue Ash, is proud to announce its technologically equipped conservatory and dining room as the next generation of business centers.

The restaurant has invested over $100,000 in high tech audio/visual equipment, including high speed wireless Internet, wireless microphone, and DVD and PowerPoint presentation abilities featured on big screen plasma HDTVs. In addition, the Slatts Pub webcam allows participants not in the building to view from a remote location.

Cincinnati based, Alamo Electronics undertook the substantial Slatts Pub audio/visual install. “In my 25 years with Alamo Electronics, I have yet to see a restaurant encompass such a wide range of technological resources as Slatts,” stated Alamo Director of Professional Services Team, Tim May. “Some have tried to add conference facilities, but no one else has succeeded in combining the atmosphere and conference center capabilities uniquely blended within a restaurant.” Read more…

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Good Grilled Cheese, Any Way You Melt It

April 25th, 2008
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Good grilled cheese, any way you melt it

BY AMY HOWELL | AHOWELL@ENQUIRER.COM

A grilled cheese sandwich has a pretty short list of required ingredients. But that just leaves more room for pubs, diners and trendy bistros to add their own special ingredients that make guests melt. Here are a few favorites.

Although the grilled cheese and tomato sandwich at the former Baxter’s Eatery & Saloon isn’t on the written menu, it’s requested enough that it’s still in the computer system. With two types of cheese – cheddar and Swiss – and vine-ripe tomatoes on grilled sourdough bread, it’s not hard to see why this sandwich is hard to forget. $5.99, with fries.

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