Sacred Beast, OTR’s new bar and diner, is now open

Hash browns at Sacred Beast are made with neck bone gravy, chicken confit and a fried egg. (David Kalonick, Cincinnati Business Courier)

CINCINNATI (Cincinnati Business Courier) - Sacred Beast is the latest restaurant to open in Over-the-Rhine, the historic neighborhood just north of Cincinnati’s Central Business District.

The restaurant is the first retail tenant in Cincinnati Center City Development Corp.’s 15th & Vine project, a $19.5 million development that includes 45,000 square feet of office space above 10,000 square feet of first-floor commercial space.

Jeremy Lieb, half of the husband and wife duo that launched the eatery, said Sacred Beast is their take on a modern diner.

“We’ll serve simple diner fare taken seriously,” Lieb said.

Dishes at Sacred Beast include salt-roasted beets with whipped goat cheese and pistachios, matzah ball soup and hash browns that include neck bone gravy, chicken confit and a fried egg. The menu also includes burgers and fried mortadella sandwiches.

To get a look inside Sacred Beast, and see a few dishes and drinks, read the full story from the Cincinnati Business Courier.

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