General Information

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Catskeller Meal Exchange

Due to the popularity of the Quick Mick’s meal exchange option, we are moving that program to a larger space within TUC!

  • Meal Exchange will be available at Quick Mick’s Café (TUC, Level 3) when Fall Semester begins.  Beginning on Monday, October 5 - Meal Exchange will move downstairs to Catskeller, located in the lowest level of TUC.
  • You can expect the meal exchange menu in Catskeller to be very similar to the Grab & Go offerings that have been available at Quick Mick’s Cafe. We are looking forward to continuing this service in our newly renovated Catskeller location!

In the evenings, Catskeller transforms to become University of Cincinnati’s campus pub offering a wide variety of drinks and food, served by a friendly and knowledgeable staff.

Offering a wide selection of  craft  brews, Catskeller's drink menu is one of the most diverse in Cincinnati. Our menu has eight rotating taps and more than 40 brews, bottles and cans. We work closely with our suppliers to make sure that all of our selections are fun and adventurous for every palate.

You can find us conveniently located in the middle of the University of Cincinnati campus in TUC, Level 1. Enjoy our 11 flat-screen TV’s, pool tables, pinball machine, and weekly events.

Getting a group together or looking for a fun place to hold a special event? 

Bring them to Catskeller! For more information contact Kasey Waaland at

Catskeller Unplugged

Calling all performers!

Are you looking for a new gig? Take your talents to Catskeller! Bands and solo performers can fill out this form to receive more information. 

Catskeller is always looking for Bearcat-talent to perform for Thursdays'Unplugged series, a weekly music spotlight that showcases local bands and performers.

Whether you are a seasoned performer or stepping on stage for the first time, the Unplugged series is a great way to promote your talent at UC

"Rathskeller" +  "Bearcat"  = Catskeller

Definition: \Raths"kel`ler\
The cellar or basement of the city hall, usually rented for use as a restaurant where beer is sold; hence, a beer saloon of the German type below the street level, where, usually, drinks are served only at tables and simple food may also be had.

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