Diamonds and Stars

Photography by Catie Viox

High atop Mt. Adams, under the stars and with a magnificent view of the diamonds in the Queen City’s skyline, you will find the acclaimed Celestial Steakhouse. Renowned for the quality of its menu and equally superb service, the Celestial Steakhouse is the city’s four-star and four-diamond award winning restaurant. 

What a beautiful venue for one or more of the events that highlight your special occasion. The Celestial Steakhouse planners and staff will work with you to create the perfect rehearsal dinner, ceremony or wedding reception. The Celestial Steakhouse location in Mt. Adams lends all of the charm and sophistication of the city to your event, but without the logistical problems of traffic and parking. You and your guests will enjoy the convenience of on-site private parking.

With five separate dining rooms, each of which can be configured or combined to enhance your idea of the perfect setting, your celebration can range from cozy and intimate or scale to make full use of the Celestial Steakhouse venue.

“The Celestial Steakhouse is a full menu restaurant open seven days a week for public and private dining. This provides unique benefits for planning your wedding events,” says owner, Chanaka DeLanerolle. Unlike other wedding venues, there is no room rental fee or deposit. You also do not have to preselect meal choices for your guests.

You, the chef and the restaurant manager will work together to select a number of options from the extensive menu of delicious soups and salads, seafood, meat and poultry entrees and classic desserts. Guided by your and your guests’ tastes and by your budget, you will build a menu of three courses with options for all three. Your guests will find the custom menu you designed at their place setting where they can choose the meal of their liking.

Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday night, the Celestial Steakhouse has live music and dancing. The Celestial Steakhouse team will work with you to select a band to match your taste and complement your celebration.

The management and staff at the Celestial Steakhouse are eager to work with you to make your special events everything you hope for and for all your Queen City private dining occasions.

The Celestial Steakhouse is located at 1071 Celestial Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202. You can reach them at 513.241.4455 or visit their website at

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