311 Delta Ave. (Columbia Pkwy.) Send to Phone
513-321-5454 | Make Restaurant Reservations | Menu
The Precinct was one of our 2012 Top 10 Steakhouses in the U.S.
The Precinct Restaurant Review: The Romanesque 1901 building that houses The Precinct is remarkable in its own right. Arched windows and a massive corner turret add distinctive style to the red brick structure, which at one time was a police patrol house. The dining room once held the horses that drew the patrol wagons, hay was stored upstairs, and the lobby was a two-man office. These days The Precinct's steaks are almost as famous as its building. You'll find the usual suspects: thick filet mignons, New York sirloins and porterhouses. But you also may choose from more creative steak entrées, including the Steak Collinsworth, a filet topped with king crab and asparagus, accompanied by béarnaise and mushroom bordelaise. Sides range from Boardwalk french fries to truffle creamed corn to arancini. The Precinct's menu also includes a nice selection of fresh fish such as the wood-grilled swordfish with Israeli couscous, tomatoes, olives and capers.