The Ludlow Garage began life as an automobile shop and later became a music venue located in the Clifton neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio.
In the 1970s, the venue hosted concerts by many prominent touring acts including The Allman Brothers Band, Santana, Spirit, The James Gang, Humble Pie, Grand Funk Railroad, Taj Mahal, The Kinks, Albert King, N R B Q, Iggy Pop And The Stooges, Mountain, MC5, Lemon Pipers, B.B. King, Alice Cooper, Johnny Winter, Ry Cooder, Captain Beefheart, Mother Earth, as well as local acts such as Balderdash, Bitter Blood Street Theater and Stone Fox. The Allman Brothers Band's 1970 live album Live at Ludlow Garage: 1970 and N R B Q Live at Ludlow Garage was recorded at the club.
The garage was open from from October 1969 until its closing in February 1971. Although no longer a concert venue, the original garage still stands and currently houses a restaurant, yoga studio and an Ace Hardware store in the original concert space.
The Ludlow Garage re-opened October 29th, 2015 in the basement of the previous building and hosts live music. The upper floor remains a restaurant.