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Dilly Café

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Dilly CaféDilly Café

55 Ratings
Ratings: 55
Reviews: 50
rAvg: 4.48
pDev: 7.81%
Taps: 15
Bottles: 490
Cask: Y
Beer-to-Go: N
[ Bar, Eatery, Store ]

6816 Wooster Pike
Mariemont, Ohio, 45227-4324
United States
phone: (513) 561-5233

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Reviews by SheepNutz:
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4.5/5  rDev +0.4%

All I can say is "wow". This place is really cool. Basically it is a restaurant/deli that has a bit of gourmet cheeses, wine, and beer for sale. They also have 11 beers on tap for those who dine in. They carry a great selection of microbrews and imports, and any six pack can be broken for a single bottle. They even had Dogfish Head Punkin Ale, which could not be found anywhere else in or near Cincinnati. The service was very very good and the two ladies working in that part of the store were very friendly and had good knowledge of the beer that they sell. Even with them having computer trouble and having to ring up all my singles manually, they still had smiles on their faces. This is a great place that everyone in the Cincinnati area should stop by.

10-14-2003 00:40:32 | More by SheepNutz
More User Reviews:
Photo of Jpwooten1

5/5  rDev +11.6%

08-09-2014 17:27:41 | More by Jpwooten1
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4.25/5  rDev -5.1%

06-08-2014 23:11:18 | More by midlifec
Photo of beerslushy


4/5  rDev -10.7%

03-12-2014 01:19:30 | More by beerslushy
Photo of williamjbauer

West Virginia

4.5/5  rDev +0.4%

10-30-2013 12:53:27 | More by williamjbauer
Photo of mattfuria


4.75/5  rDev +6%

10-22-2013 14:01:49 | More by mattfuria
Photo of JasonFisher


4.9/5  rDev +9.4%

Love the food at Dilly, whether with the family for dinner on a weekend or with the guys from work during the week, but it's Peanut and the beer that I go back for every chance I get. Great selection on the shelves, including lots of local variety and great selections from across the country and Europe. Then there are the 15 taps, including a rotating cask tap. The taps include a number of excellent regulars, like Dortmunder Gold and Chimay and a variety in between, as well as ever-new favorites on the rotating taps every time I'm in. The reviews on the tap beer list are personally written by Peanut, and they are thoughtful and descriptive and specific to the place: nothing recycled here, just great beers with truly thoughtful selection and color.

The Stone 12.12.12 is currently on tap, and excellent, as is a beautiful triple bock that hits every note just right.

12-14-2012 20:44:58 | More by JasonFisher
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4.73/5  rDev +5.6%

This place could well have the most impressive bottle selection of beers in the state of Ohio. Here, it's about offering hard-to-find, high-quality releases rather than trying to be all things to all people and selling what every other vendor investing in the craft scene has. I've been in the store twice now on road trips to Cincy, and it's become a must-visit destination when anytime near. Recent purchases include the Two Brothers Old 1713 Scotch Ale as well as the Dogfish Head Bitches Brew. Neither my wallet nor my liver can afford to taste everything my eyes desire on these shelves.

In addition, the bar offers ~10 taps of exquisite, rotating selections you're not likely to find anywhere else on draft. Especially appreciated is one tap that's a constant: Tripel Karmeliet. That's one delicious beer. The Chimay White during my last visit was almost pedestrian in comparison to some of the others offered. For instance, the Lost Coast Tangerine Wheat was available in late summer.

Dilly's also serves up some really good meals that pair well with the taps (and wine, which is really what's featured, and the corkage fee is only $5 if you buy from their store). Try the meatloaf and green beans. Or pretty much anything that catches your eye. This is a foodie's delight. It's about quality, substance, and value here rather than being hip and trendy.

If you haven't been to Dilly's yet, you owe it to yourself to spend an evening enjoying their menu, their taps, and their shelves. You'll be glad you did.

10-10-2012 01:24:32 | More by BuckeyeSlim
Photo of tARsh

4.6/5  rDev +2.7%

Whether you come for the music the outdoor dining the food or most importantly the beer; you will leave sated.
Amazing bottle selection.
Whilst they only boast 10 on draft the Bartender; affectionately known as Peanut will happily talk shop with you all evening long.(over his handle-bar mustasche)
However dont expect your standard beer conversation! Pleasant surprise he has a great palate and decades of beer loving experience to go with that epic stache.
He keeps their taps revolving with an excellent lineup and is quick to recognize a kindred passion.

This guy ages KY Bourbon Barrel stout and Hopslam then proceeds to mix them annually for the Derby.... Talk about fun levels of inebriation!
One more bit of entertainment; when they had soutern tier creme brulee on tap he suggested mixing it with vanilla bean ice cream. I dutifully filled a growler and walked over to graeters and snagged a pint. I got home and got fat drunk and loved every beery bite!

Food overall is excellent but watch out for the bread; at times it requires a wee bit of effort to consume.

05-31-2012 06:39:08 | More by tARsh
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4.15/5  rDev -7.4%

Dilly Deli(Cafe) is a fantastic spot to grab a delicious bite to eat and enjoy a magnificent draft or to order ahead and play carryout with both food and drink. Dilly Deli has a small and vibrant menu including their sandwich with turkey, cranberry cream cheese, and brie (Deli Gobbler) and other excellent fare. The only downside to this gem, is the fact that the only beer that is kept in refrigeration is BUDMILLERCOORS. It seems very backwards and the fact that some of the expensive beer sticks around longer and should be kept under some refrigeration. Either way the selection is amazing and Peanut, the Beer Curator, is a wonderful aficionado.

08-29-2011 15:27:27 | More by hyprlt
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Dilly Café in Mariemont, OH
98 out of 100 based on 55 ratings.