This contemporary brasserie opened on the ground level in the south corner of the Rhinegeist Brewery building in late September. Named after Jean-Paul Sartre, the food is French by birth but free-thinking in expression — not unlike the French philosopher.
Look for items such as poisson frit, sweet potato beignet and beet jam. The drinks are equally thoughtful, with creations such as “The Other Side of Despair” and “milk punch.”
Since its opening, Sartre has added a kiosk inside Rhinegeist on the second floor offering simpler items like a cheeseburger, poutine and grilled cheese. Food is delivered to the kiosk through a pneumatic tube that connects to the restaurant.
1910 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine. 513-579-1910