If you’re ever in Cincinnati, you’ve absolutely gotta try the goetta. "The what," you say? The goetta — a German meat-and-grain sausage that’s been considered a Cincy delicacy since the first German immigrants brought it upon arrival almost 200 years ago. Tucked inside of Findlay Market, trusted local meat shop Eckerlin Meats serves a $3.50 goetta, egg and cheese on a bun at the butcher counter. Fourth-generation owner Bob Lillis makes "Eckerlin's Best Goetta" himself every day from a family recipe over 100 years old. The texture, the subtle spice and heft behind this classic German sausage produces a truly one-of-a-kind breakfast sandwich experience that should not be missed.
Specialty Dishes: Goetta, Egg and Cheese Sandwich
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