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Otto’s in the Main Strauss
By James Partin
July 12, 2016

One of Greater Cincinnati’s Treasures is the Main Strauss Village in Covington, Kentucky. It is a collection of eclectic stores, restaurants and bars, entertainment and nightlife. One of most enticing establishments to visit is Otto’s, whether you are a diehard foodie, or just want a nice place to have a drink in a fun, classy, relaxing, an inviting atmosphere that will give you warm fuzzy feelings Otto’s is a place to be cozy up to.

Otto’s is open seven days a week and is for brunch, lunch and dinner. FULL STORY

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