Hoffman's Tourist Court, 1522 Dixie Highway, Park Hills
What started out as the Dixie Tea Room (left) later became the Greyhound Grill at then end
of the trolley line. You know it as the Greyhound Tavern. You can read the history of the
Greyhound - and their menu - at their site: here. These two pics are from that site.
|Charles Retschulte's Five Mile House
2642 Dixie Highway, since 1912.
You more likely know it as Barleycorn's
|At one time called The Dixie Inn.||Retschulte's|
|From a Facebook post by Lesa-Rennee Williams|
|The Hearthstone Restaurant
2053 Dixie Highway,
Ft. Mitchell, Ky.
Routes 25 & 42, 2 Miles South of Cincinnati
Luncheon - Dinner - Cocktails
Tel. HE-8597 - Private Parties - Air Conditioned
|Fort Mitchell Motel
2099 Dixie Highway U.S 25 & 42
3 1/2 miles from Cincinnati, Ohio
Air Conditioned, Hot Water heat,
Tile Baths, Television, Quiet - Rest Assured.
Phone ED, 1-2770
Mr. & Mrs. James C. Hughes
Howard Johnson's Restaurant Adjoining
From a Facebook post by Rose Croley
|Frisch's in Fort Mitchell. That's the Greyhound Grill to the left, c. 1960. from a Facebook post at Old Photos of Northern Kentucky||The original Fort Mitchell Frisch's (Frisch's sixth location), opened in October 1, 1952. They moved to the new building on the right in 1965, and eventually abandoned the site because of the lack of room for a drive in, and a salad bar.|
|Ft. Mitchell Holidome||The Cincinnati Rowntowner Inn, featuring the Crossbow Taverne Lounge, c. 1971|
|“The Drawbridge Estate includes 505 guest rooms, three diverse restaurants and lounges,
three pools (one indoor heated), tennis courts, health and fitness facility, children's play area
and video arcade. The Oldenberg Brewery and Entertainment Complex is located
adjacent to the Drawbridge Estate.”
|The Gate House Tavern,
at the Drawbridge
The web site showing Drawbridge scenes thru the years is here.
Robertson's - across from the Highland Cemetery