Tender Mercies, one of Cincinnati’s most life-changing non-profit organizations, continues the celebration of the tastes and sounds of the growing Over-the-Rhine community at the 5th Annual Taste of OTR. This event is produced by Tender Mercies to benefit the nearly 200 adults with mental illness who recover from the trauma of homelessness at Tender Mercies each year.
The Taste of OTR will be held on Saturday, August 26th in Washington Park. This event will showcase Rhinegeist and Sam Adams beer, restaurant and food truck tastings, live entertainment, and retailers that make OTR a vibrant cultural center of Cincinnati.
General Admission is free, with tastings and beverages available for purchase. The Taste of OTR will also feature the Craft Beer Village with a variety of local breweries including Sam Adams, Rhinegeist, Taft’s Ale House, March First, MadTree, Fifty West, Warped Wing, and Rivertown and Moerlein.
The popular VIP Experience will return with select tastings, complimentary beverages, and private seating. VIP tickets will be $25 each or two for $40.
About Tender Mercies
Established in 1985, Tender Mercies works hard each day to transform the lives of homeless men and women with mental illness by providing security, dignity and community. Annually, Tender Mercies provides nearly 200 men and women with housing that is safe, clean, and affordable. To prevent a return to homelessness, Tender Mercies assists with obtaining benefits and services like employment training, independent living skills training and counseling. To learn more, visit tendermerciesinc.org.