We were staying just across the Ohio border in Kentucky but decided to drive into Cincinatti for dinner one night. We were low on gas and ended up in a scary part of town. We realized our rental car needed a specific kind of gas so the closest place was in northern Cincinatti. Once we gassed up we decided to eat in the area and Googled and found Maury's Tiny Cove. We walked into a dive and had second thoughts but decided to proceed. Our waitress was amazing, so friendly and helpful. She was very chatty and knowledgeable. I ordered a margarita and it was well made. I ordered the surf and turf and my husband got ribs and both were delish! What started out as a difficult adventure led us to a great place to eat! The cost wasn't outrageous and they had a rib special so it worked out great. Their rolls were so amazing. Hot out of the oven in a small dish and soft and buttery. The only thing we didn't understand was the pickles. They bring out a dish of sliced pickles. We asked but even the waitress wasn't sure where it started, it's just one of their "things". Overall, a great meal!
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