3226 Central Pkwy, Cincinnati, OH | Directions 4522539.141346 -84.531576
Neighborhoods: The Heights
You've Got To Be Kidding! – This warning applies to only the educated, intelligent individuals out there who recognize what actual "Comfort Food" should taste like. Frisch's is not a restaurant nor a dining experience. This is a nasty fast food joint only primal to the norm of white trash hillbillies that frequent it.
Where is the Frishes of yesteryears? – I miss the once good resturant they used to be when I was a kid. Now the price is rediculous for the low quality, stale plain food. I have yet to go to one that has a good Big Boy that I once loved. Oh Frishes what happend? I dont even bother going to one and would never recommend anyone go.
overpriced – I feel that for the price you pay you could at least get a little morre meat. I can fo to BK and pay less for more meat.
My all-time favorite hamburger! – I have lived in five states and thirteen houses, and wherever I go, if there is not a Big Boy nearby, I feel deprived. Right now, I'm deprived! Whenever we travel, I make my family stop at a Big Boy if there is one on the way. I just love the special sauce and the whole hamburger. You can keep Wendy's, McDonald's, and all the rest!
The Frisch family makes sure Cincinnatians get three squares at this diner-like eatery. – The Scene
The Frisch family has been serving three squares for almost a century. Though not open 24 hours, many are open past 11pm--perfect after an evening out. Most are also open by 7am, so breakfast is just a short trip away.
You'll find some seasonal variety on the menu, like wraps in the summer or full turkey dinners in the fall. But consistency is the thing here, with the tried-and-true Big Boy, chili spaghetti and hot fudge cake always available. Breakfast is served all day, with an ample buffet of eggs, fruit and pastries. Most of the selection is not for the dieting crowd, with lots of red meat and fried foods on the menu. For pure comfort food, try a Frisch's fish sandwich with a side of macaroni and cheese.
Miss The Big Boy – I have to go to Frisch's every time I come back to Ohio. I miss all the great food. I am so sick of Mexican food that is all that there is out west where I live.
Top of the line – I have been on the East coast for 38years but each and every time I go back to Cincinnati, I must fulfill one thing ,and that is to enjoy and savor a Frisch's Big Boy. Since my days of high school back in the 50's I fell in love with the Big Boy and especially the strawberry pie. Frisch's YOU are #1 in my opinion.
FRISCH'S SUCKS – To call Frisch's a burger joint is a disgrace to all burger joints that serve quality. If the sub par truck stop waitress even gets to your table without an attitude; the burger will always be fresh from the heat lamp- room temp and on a stale bun. PLEASE TAKE FRISCH'S OFF ANY LIST FOR QUALITY AND SERVICE (and don't get me started about value!!!!!!!
not what it used to be – The quality of the food at Frisch's has steadily been declining. We have had so many problems with the service and food that we don't even bother to go there anymore.. The breakfast bar used to be a good value until they started using powdered eggs.
For the money you spend for those, you can go to Original Pancake House and have the real thing and more..
Where is the good old Frisches – Wildly inconsistent quality. Stale buns, cold carry-out, dried cold hamburgers, stale tartar sauce, browning cole slaw, poor service... all happen much too often at too many locations to be just bad luck. When everything is done well. I love it! But that isn't very often.
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