Date Night Cincinnati

Date Night Cincinnati

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Ever feel like you’re stuck in a rut with where to go and what to do when heading out with your honey? That’s where Date Night Cincinnati can help.


The idea for the site was developed by the team at ReachUSA, which is the parent company of Reach Magazine, Housetrends Magazine, and also the local operator of Valpak.


“The readers of Reach Magazine, especially couples, are always interested in finding a nice place to have dinner,” says Ric Welker, who manages the digital operations for ReachUSA, adding that those couples with kids tend to spend all of their waking moments with the kids, and “keeping the fire alive is important in any relationship, and having a dedicated Date Night together is one of the best ways we’ve found to stay connected to those we love.”


That’s how the idea for Date Night Cincinnati was born. “It is simply to provide ideas to couples that are looking for new, romantic, affordable, fancy, you-name-it type of restaurants to enjoy an evening out together,” Welker explains.


While the website is in its early stages and is still in the process of launching now, Welker says their team plans to have 20 to 30 recommended restaurants by summer, and 100 to 200 by winter.


What makes this site different than other review websites? “Reach Magazine been serving Cincinnati for over 30 years [and] we’ve become a trusted source of information for consumers,” says Welker. “That trust spills over into, so when a site visitor comes to or, they can trust that the businesses we feature are nice, clean, reliable businesses that consumers won’t be mistreated at when they visit.”


In addition, Welker says their team will have professional photography taken of each restaurant’s selected menu items so that visitors feel confident about what they will get when visiting the restaurant. “Our professional food bloggers will also tell a compelling story about each restaurant as it relates to a romantic night out,” Welker adds.


The site scouts out savings for you, too. “Our Date Night program features some restaurants that offer savings ($20 off a purchase of $50), some that offer values (3-course meal for 2 for only $45) and some that simply offer the idea of a romantic night out,” says Welker.


According to Welker, local food bloggers not only review the restaurants and quality of food, but also consider an eatery’s “romance” value. “We encourage consumers to review the restaurants on the site also to help future site visitors make the best choice for dining out together,” he adds.


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