11320 Montgomery Rd, Cincinnati, OH | Directions 4524939.272228 -84.327904
good food – My family ate at De Sha's to celebrate my birthday. Food was good, price was reasonable. Service was not so good and the place was much too loud. If I had not been starving I would have not stayed. We had a baby with us and they gave us a most uncomfortable table (narrow bench). We had to hold the baby almost the entire time. I guess all the high chairs were in use.
Duck-watching from deck; Songs by Larry are great! – We have patronized deSha's for several years and have always had good, creative food and service. We particularly enjoy'Larry' when he performs in the lobby bar. Wish there was a dance floor to accompany his ballard interpretations!! Also, Jay at the keyboard is relaxing entertainment.
Just Like Dennys – AOL ranked Desha's as the fourth best place to go for brunch and WOW was I disappointed. I'm sure Desha's is a fine place to eat and the decor is cool and rustic. The brunch however was par with Dennys or Perkins. Roasted Pork sounded good - could have used it as a weapon it was so over cooked. The eggs Benedict was just as dry. Plus the feeding frenzy of overweight patrons was shocking. My wife and I thought, OK, we tried it and we won't be back but when we got the $50 bill I almost choked on my macaroni and mock-cheese.
Hearty food is complimented by a well-stocked bar in this cozy tavern. – The Scene
Vaulted ceilings, rich wood paneling and hunter green accents give the interior of this Harper's Point tavern a manly feel. The two seating areas include Muifield Pub, with a cozy fireplace, live music and cigars, and the Tavern Bar, featuring an outdoor deck and a large slection of single barrel bourbons and specialty Manhattans.
In addition to "tavern fare," the menu includes wood grill and rotisserie items, pastas and seafood. The rotisserie roasted chicken has a nice smoky flavor, though the vegetables served on the side consist mostly of chopped celery. The fish and chips features a tremendous portion of fried haddock, but it is heavily breaded and bland. More adventurous options include a chili-rubbed ahi sandwich, but the general menu philosophy seems to be average quality and enormous quantity. Desserts fare a little better, with offerings like New York cheesecake, apple pie and berry cobbler.
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