Maury's Tiny Cove, everyone's favorite (and the oldest) steakhouse on the West Side, celebrates 65 years Sunday with an open house party and auction.
Founded in 1949 by Maurice Bibent, the steakhouse maintains it's mid-century vibe: low lights, deep red booths, dark wood and great martinis. The menu focuses on hand-cut steaks, baby back ribs and fish plus pastas and more.
Doors open at 2 p.m. for complimentary appetizers and full drink service, plus opening bidding until 5:30 p.m. during a silent auction of Maury's memorabilia that will no longer be on display. The open house continues until 9 p.m. and all money goes to future improvements and renovations to the Cincinnati landmark.
(If you haven't been to Maury's, now is the time to go — especially because Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara recently filmed scenes from the upcoming movie Carol at the restaurant.)