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Bridges Nepali Cuisine to Transition Downtown Store to Walnut Hills

Bridges is also getting ready to open its new location in Covington this April.

Mar 19, 2024 at 12:59 pm

A popular Cincinnati restaurant is moving its Downtown location to a new neighborhood.

Bridges Nepali Cuisine says it will be closing its Court Street store after five years in business and transitioning to Walnut Hills. The restaurant says while the decision was difficult, they’re excited to join the neighborhood.

“We are extremely excited to announce that we will be opening soon to become part of this dynamic and flourishing neighborhood. The anticipation of our opening day fills us with eager enthusiasm as we prepare to embark on this new journey,” Bridges shared on social media Monday

The Nepali restaurant says it will be closing the Court Street location in mid-May, with the new store expected to open in the former Hoity Toity Donuts space at 2459 Gilbert Ave. in July.

Bridges is also getting ready to welcome guests to its new Covington location, with a planned opening in April. That store will be located at 11 W. Seventh St.

Bridges Nepali Cuisine, 4165 Hamilton Ave., Northside; 133 E. Court St. (until mid-May), Downtown; 6304 Vine St., Elmwood Place; 11 W. Seventh St., Covington; 2459 Gilbert Ave., Walnut Hills (opening in July). More info:

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