Hot spots to see celebrities in Cincinnati

Hot spots to see celebrities in Cincinnati

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - FOX19 NOW has comprised a list of Cincinnati's hottest attractions that are sure to entertain even the most star-struck people.

Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse – With an ongoing list of famous attendees dining at the restaurant since its opening, you're sure to spot celebrities that are in town for fall events.

16-Bit – This bar and arcade is redefining game-night with its retro watering hole atmosphere and selection of over 50 classic arcade games. The popular bar is sure to draw in some of the many VIPs in town.

Lachey's Bar – The modern sports bar in OTR, owned by former boy-band members Nick and Drew Lachey will be serving their gourmet food while baseball enthusiasts enjoy the game on the big screens. The famous brothers occasionally stop in to serve drinks to their guests and the All-Star Game will be the perfect excuse for them to visit home.

21C – As an iconic hotel and contemporary art museum, 21C is sure to have booked many celebrities looking to stay in the heart of Cincinnati in order to enjoy the festivities downtown. Those looking to elevate their experience at this luxury hotel will love the Cocktail Terrace on the roof, offering spectacular views of the city to its patrons.

Uncle Woody's – This locally famous dive bar located in Corryville is a notorious hot spot in Cincinnati, where celebs will be drawn to when looking for a place to enjoy Cincinnati.

Nada – With a colorful atmosphere and delicious contemporary Mexican cuisine, this restaurant has become a popular destination for those looking to enjoy dinner and drinks in the city. Its handcrafted margaritas and cocktails always draw in a large crowd.

The Banks – The block of bars is sure to catch the attention of celebrities enjoying Cincinnati's nightlife.

Horseshoe Casino – Charlie Sheen is a longtime fan of the Reds and has visited Cincinnati multiple times with his entourage. Horseshoe Casino is also home to Bobby Flay's burger bar, Bobby's Burger Palace, who opened his first Ohio restaurant downtown as a fan of the city and its sports teams.

Newport on the Levee – Located next the Purple People Bridge and along the Ohio River, Newport on the Levee provides spectacular views of the Cincinnati skyline from Kentucky.

Neon's Unplugged – Josh Hutcherson, a Cincinnati Native, has been spotted several times taking photos with fans and enjoying the atmosphere in the Over-the-Rhine bar.

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