You'll Love Visiting The Works, An Ohio Restaurant Loaded With Local History
By Katie Feldkamp|Published January 23, 2023
Katie Feldkamp has lived in Ohio her entire life. Katie attended Miami University, where she began as a journalism major but completed her time there with degrees in both accounting and organizational leadership. She loves traveling to both new places and those she’s been to throughout the years. Whether it’s a road trip to a relaxing beach or hiking through a national park, her favorite thing is to share these places with her husband and three busy kids. When she’s at home in the Midwest, Katie enjoys writing for OnlyInYourState, reading a good book, a hot cup of coffee, and planning her next adventure.
Nestled along the Little Miami River in Loveland, Ohio, is a brick oven restaurant known as The Works. Having been commissioned in the time of steam locomotives, the building has served a variety of roles since the 1900s. Today, the name and ambiance of The Works restaurant pays homage to Loveland’s train history and gives visitors a delicious and historic dining experience in Ohio.