At our house, getting everybody to agree on a meal can be tough. With a gluten-free dad, a kiddo who only wants Cheetos, and mom who just isn’t willing to finish up the last bites of cold macaroni and cheese anymore — sometimes, we need a food hall to fill our bellies.
Located in Oakley, the Oakley Kitchen Food Hall features eight restaurants with their own eclectic twist on modern cuisine. These eight forces came together in support of a new concept of a first-of-it’s-kind standalone Cincinnati food hall. Each kitchen is fully equipped for local businesses to showcase their famous plates under one roof.
While little ones tuck into a delicious slice of Padrino’s pizza or an overflowing portion of fresh-cut La Petite Frite French fries, parents can ignite their taste buds with something new. Choices range from Hawaiian and Syrian cuisine, traditional American fare burgers, BBQ, Italian, Indian and New Orleans-style Creole.
At Onolicious Hawaii, the most tender Shoyu chicken and sticky rice will have your palate exploding. Grab a keiki (kids) plate to share or try the “Kanak Attack,” three protein portions of Momi’s beef sticks, Shoyu chicken and Pearl City pulled pork.
At Parts & Labor, Chef Anjos and Chef Miller serve up flavorful, smoky, new-school barbecue with bold spices. Need a quick grab and go? Family meals at Parts & Labor include build-your-own brisket sandwiches, Huli chicken box, BBQ and rice bar, and Korean ribs.
“The Market Over There” is a finger’s point away when searching for quick, ready-made treats and sides. The market features local products like iced cookies, cheesecake, ravioli, vegan and gluten-free desserts, granola and Cincy favorites.
The Oakley Kitchen Food Hall is more than a quick place to grab a bite with your family. It’s a diversive spotlight for some of our city’s best and brightest chefs.
3715 Madison Rd., Cincinnati | oakley-kitchen.com