Cajun Restaurant Yats Opens in Cincinnati
The Queen City is home to some of the best eating establishments in the Midwest. Whether you are looking for a nice sit down restaurant, or a quick place to grab a bite – Cincinnati has you covered. From Italian, to Greek, to German, and everything in between. It is no surprise that Cincinnati has a great food scene, as it is host to the largest culinary festival in the country, the Taste of Cincinnati. It seems that new and exciting restaurants are opening up in this great city on a daily basis, and who are we to complain? More restaurants means a bigger variety, and even more delicious food. A new restaurant is coming to town, and we think it just may be worth a drive over in your new and used cars Cincinnati OH, to check it out.
Yats is a popular Creole and Cajun-inspired restaurant that began in Indianapolis by founder Joe Vuskovich, who is a native of a town just outside of New Orleans. Anyone who has been to a Yats restaurant is already well aware of how delicious and authentic the food is, and it’s also fairly inexpensive. Nearly everything on the menu has the same cost, with a plain dish costing $6.25, and a combination coming in at $7.25. The style of Yats is laid back, with patrons ordering at the counter and having their food delivered to them at a table. Guests will enjoy the special varieties of etouffee which include chili-cheese and spinach-mushroom. The menu also rotates between a drunken chicken and white chicken chili – which we can tell you from experience are both fantastic.
The Yats in Cincinnati is located at 260 Stetson Street, facing Martin Luther King Drive, between Starbucks and Zoup. It is open Monday-Saturday from 11am – 9pm, and Sunday from 11am – 7pm. If you like Cajun food, this is one place you won’t want to miss!