Cincinnati fell in love with Brussels sprouts and seared scallops in October of 2002 when Chef David Falk opened Boca in the Northside community. Setting a standard of culinary culture in Cincinnati, Boca showcased flavors from Italy and France with a menu executed with French precision and technique. Falk moved Boca to the Oakley neighborhood in October of 2004 and continued to define professional service in the hospitality industry. After residing in Oakley for nine years, the renowned restaurant moved to the for mer Maisonette space on <br><br>6th Street in the heart of downtown Cincinnati. <br><br><br><br>A grand opening was held on May 5, 2013, showcasing to the city the space of memories past and the memories to be made. Boca has been recognized as one of the top French Restaurants in the United States by Travel and Leisure Magazine as well as Open Table’s top 100 Restaurants.