We have a designated lot located two doors down from us next to Redtree Art Gallery & Coffee Shop. There is also street panning on Madison Road. Please do not park in the lot across the street.
From I-75 South
Merge onto OH-562 E/Norwood Lateral Expy E via EXIT 7 toward Norwood. Take the Ridge Ave exit on the left. Keep left to take the Ridge Ave ramp. Turn slight right onto Ridge Ave. Turn slight right onto Madison Rd. 3200 MADISON RD will be on the right.
From I-75 North
Keep right to take I-75 N toward Georgetown/Cincinnati (Crossing into Ohio). Keep right to take I-71 N via EXIT 1B toward US-50 E/Columbus. Merge onto Edmondson Rd/OH-561 S via EXIT 6 toward Edwards Rd. Turn right onto Edwards Rd/OH-561.Turn left onto Madison Rd. 3200 MADISON RD will be on the left.
From I-71 South
Take EXIT 9 toward Red Bank Rd/Fairfax. Merge onto Red Bank Expy. Take the 2nd right onto Madison Rd. 3200 MADISON RD will be on the right.
From I-71 North
Merge onto Edmondson Rd/OH-561 S via EXIT 6 toward Edwards Rd. Turn right onto Edwards Rd/OH-561. Turn left onto Madison Rd. 3200 MADISON RD will be on the left.
CINCINNATI MAGAZINE REVIEW
Walk through the door of Red Feather Kitchen and you find yourself in a cheerful, brightly lit room with rustic brick walls and a newly installed bar built out of 100-year-old white oak that feels like it’s been here for as long as the building has been standing. The room opens out to a more subdued dining area with gauzy white curtains and an upholstered powder-blue banquette. That shift, from bright and loud to soft and quiet, is something you notice the longer you linger—not just in the thoughtful re-do of the restaurant’s interior but on the menu, where large-scale cuts of meat (described with manly flair as “Tomahawk” and “Hatchet”) are paired with delicately prepared side dishes.
CITY BEAT REVIEW
Red Feather Kitchen and Wine Bar comes from a partnership of three Ohio natives — chefs Brad Bernstein and Brett Crowe and sommelier Devon Barrett. Each has wide experience in the restaurant and hospitality industry and their friendship and shared backgrounds led to this new addition to the Eastside Cincinnati dining scene.
Located in the former Boca space in Oakley, Red Feather serves up from-scratch house-made dishes using the best possible ingredients. Described as New American, Bernstein says the partners wanted to create a chef-driven restaurant reflecting the diversity of the global influences they each picked up as they honed their craft. They also envision Red Feather as an unpretentious, approachable, neighborhood spot that serves “fun food that people enjoy,” Bernstein says...read more>