Open for dinner, Sunday brunch and curbside pickup.
Ivory House seamlessly blends aspects of fine dining with the comfort and approachability of a neighborhood restaurant. Familiar foods elevated by a modernist chef. A wine list that runs the gamut. Mindful service amid plenty of ambiance.
Voted Citybeat’s Best New Restaurant of 2020!
Escape for a couple of hours. Wine and dine in a brand new space with a sense of place. Book a table and experience Ivory House.
Miyazaki beef 100% purebred available everyday.
Let’s start with the obvious question. Why the name Ivory House?
Ivory House pays homage to Westwood’s last mayor, James N. Gamble. Instrumental in moving the village forward with projects like the building of Westwood Town Hall, his accomplishments as a community leader parallel his success as an inventor and businessman.
Owners Frank Eversole and Rick Pouliot have a reverence for Westwood’s rich history and a drive to contribute to its revitalization. They purchased the building at 2998 Harrison Ave. in 2019, and it didn’t take long to decide what to do with it: Bring a new dining experience to the west side.
Ready to experience Ivory House? Reserve a table or place an order for curbside pickup.
At Ivory House, we are committed to sourcing fresh, quality ingredients from local producers. We proudly partner with Waterfields, Urban Stead Cheese, Lamp Post Cheese, O2 Farms and Madisono’s.
2998 Harrison Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45211
Tuesday – Thursday: 4:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Friday – Saturday: 4:30 – 10:00 p.m.
Sunday: 10:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Happy Hour: 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. (Everyday)
*Closed on Monday
Citybeat Best New Restaurant
Ivory House Brings Elegant Comfort Food To Westwood (Cincinnati Magazine)
Westwood’s New Upscale Eatery (City Beat)
Fab but not too Fussy (Hey, Michelle)
Paying Homage to James Gamble Through Fine Dining (Cincinnati Refined)
Happy Hour: 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. (Everyday)