Nice place! I dropped in late one evening with a friend for dinner and I enjoyed it! The outdoor seating is really nice, and the service was excellent! Our waitress took great care of us and was...
About this place
- Mon: 11am-10pm
- Tue: 11am-10pm
- Wed: 11am-10pm
- Thu: 11am-10pm
- Fri: 11am-1am
- Sat: 8am-11pm
- Sun: 8am-10pm
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Excellent location and food was good! Had the blackened Grouper sandwich..Recommend coming and riding the bike trail!
Good selection of beer and I had a BLT that was fat, juicy, hot and full of bacon. I'll be back.
I have been to Paxton's a half dozen times and I am pleased with how good the food is for the price. I have tried the burgers, rueben, and the best of cincinnati club sandwich. Also tried a...
Waited over an hour for the food to come. We had to threatened to leave before they actually brought it out. The manager fortunately let us have everything on the house because the wait was so...
Although Loveland, Ohio was named after the city’s first postmaster and early shopkeeper, James Loveland, the area’s first settler was Colonel Thomas Paxton. Born in Pennsylvania in 1739, Paxton moved to Kentucky in 1790. After having opportunity to observe the beauty of the Little Miami River landscape, Paxton traveled north, and in 1795 settled in the area now known as Loveland.During the Revolutionary War, Thomas Paxton served as Lieutenant Colonel of the Second Battalion of the Bedford County Militia. Legend has it, that in 1777, Thomas Paxton ate Christmas dinner at Valley Forge with General George Washington and other illustrious military personnel, such as the Marquis de Lafayette and Alexander Hamilton.Thomas Paxton is acknowledged for being the first to build a log cabin in the area. He died in 1813 and was buried in the family graveyard on the farm where he built his first cabin. Thirty-five years later, Colonel William Ramsey, a land speculator, laid out the town of Paxton, which was partially bordered by the Little Miami Railroad. A few years later, Ramsey laid out the town of Loveland, which adjoined the town of Paxton. Due to residents’ frequent stops at James Loveland’s General Store, the name Loveland caught on and in 1863, Paxton officially became Loveland and new boundaries were establishe