Popular Hyde Park Restaurant suddenly closes its doors
CINCINNATI (FOX19) - Hyde Park restaurants are dropping like flies, and this one hurts.
Longtime neighborhood staple Dutch’s Larder closed its doors for the final time tonight, according to one of the restaurant’s owners, Jay Ashmore.
“Due to professional and personal changes among all three partners, the current ownership structure is no longer sustainable, and Dutch’s will be closed indefinitely,” Ashmore said. “We are forever grateful to our loyal employees and patrons who have shared in our vision and made it so enjoyable.”
Located at the corner of Erie and Marburg Avenues, the restaurant was known for an intimate bar, a wide-ranging selection of beer and wine, a patio with fire pits and bocce ball, a deli featuring high-end and artisanal products and a city-famous burger night.
The Rueben, alas, was also said to be impeccable.
The news of Dutch’s closure follows on the heels of several other recent restaurant closings in the Hyde Park neighborhood, among them Teller’s, Keystone Bar & Grill, Cock & Bull and the Hyde Park Hitching Post.
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