|Chi siamo||Nation serves as a tribute to the rich history of this city. It's meant to be an extension of your living room and a place for gathering neighbors.|
|Ristorante con specialità||Cene, Pranzi|
"All Nations welcome but Carrie."
THE STORY OF NATION
At the turn of the 20th century, 6' tall Kentucky-born Carrie Nation ravaged bars across America. Wielding a hatchet, she claimed a divine ordinance to promote temperance by smashing any tavern and saloon that crossed her path. The slogan All Nations welcome but Carrie became a bar-room staple.
Between 1900 and 1910, Carrie was arrested 30 times for her 'hatchetations' until she arrived in Cincinnati. Receiving word of her impending visit, Over-The-Rhine bar owners braced for the worst. Yet upon her arrival Carrie took one step onto Vine street, turned around and left.
When asked why she did not follow her usual path of destruction, Carrie's response was
“I would have dropped from exhaustion before I went one block for all the bars in this city."
Nation serves as a tribute to the rich history of this city and neighborhood. It is meant to be an extension of your living room, a place for gathering neighbors, and a foundation for building community.