The new location is Chuy’s first in Ohio and second in the region – joining the Florence, Ky. restaurant that opened in November 2012. The Austin, Texas-based restaurant is known for its authentic, fresh Tex-Mex and eclectic décor, featuring hand-painted wooden fish, a hubcap room and Elvis Presley Shrine.
“Chuy’s combines a fun, laid back atmosphere with homemade and affordable menu options, creating a unique dining experience for the community,” said Ron Carson, local owner/operator of Chuy’s Cincinnati. “Our new location near the Kenwood Towne Center is a great lunch stop for shoppers and employees, while remaining the ideal dinner setting for families.”
Diners can experience the freshness firsthand as they watch flour and corn tortillas hand-rolled daily on the authentic comal located in the dining room. Chuy's staff is always willing to give customers a taste of one of their eight signature sauces, made from scratch each day.
The happy hour crowd will enjoy Chuy’s famous margaritas, served with fresh-squeezed lime juice, and the Texas Martini, made-to-order, hand-shaken and served with special jalapeno-stuffed olives. Chuy’s happy hour is from 4-7 p.m. on weekdays and features a Fully-Loaded Nacho Car whose trunk is filled with free chips, queso, ground sirloin and more.
In addition to its famous food and atmosphere, a cornerstone of Chuy’s philosophy is to give back to the local communities in which it resides. A local charity partner will be announced soon.
Exclusive updates and giveaways can be found at www.facebook.com/ChuysCincinnati. For more information about Chuy’s, visit www.chuys.com.