where is the best nightlife??

where is the best nightlife??

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Gin

Staunton, VA

#1 Feb 8, 2014
Where is the best place to go if your only in town for one night.....???
It is my 27th birthday an we are wanting to come to Cincinnati to go out an have some get away fun!! Where should we go an What should we stay away from?????
Pops

Milford, OH

#2 Feb 9, 2014
Get yourself a bullet proof vest and visit our over the rhine area. Nice bars, but the streets are a gun and knife club. Enjoy!
ginfun

Cincinnati, OH

#3 Feb 10, 2014
Gin wrote:
Where is the best place to go if your only in town for one night.....???
It is my 27th birthday an we are wanting to come to Cincinnati to go out an have some get away fun!! Where should we go an What should we stay away from?????
That depends on the kind of fun you want to have, what you want to avoid and what you can afford. How about drinking, dining, entertainment, fighting, hooking up or gambling? Are you interested in the cut-rate, moderate or extravagant price range?
mother

Staunton, VA

#4 Feb 11, 2014
ginfun wrote:
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That depends on the kind of fun you want to have, what you want to avoid and what you can afford. How about drinking, dining, entertainment, fighting, hooking up or gambling? Are you interested in the cut-rate, moderate or extravagant price range?
I'm a 27 years old single mother....I'd love to find somewhere that's live an able to dance an be around people around the same age or younger. Drinking an maybe gambling Yes......moderate rate though we all live everyday lives with kids so we have money to get away.
momfun

Cincinnati, OH

#5 Feb 11, 2014
mother wrote:
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I'm a 27 years old single mother....I'd love to find somewhere that's live an able to dance an be around people around the same age or younger. Drinking an maybe gambling Yes......moderate rate though we all live everyday lives with kids so we have money to get away.
Check this out:
http://www.horseshoecincinnati.com

Downtown hotels are a bit beyond moderately priced, but check out the hotel links. To be on the safe side, you'll be better off dining at your hotel or the casino than venturing off to the trendy restaurants located in the "transitioning" Over The Rhine area adjacent to the casino. Set a limit on how much money you'll be willing to lose gambling before you begin and you'll have a good time.

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