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The Best Thing I Ever Ate In Cincinnati

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What makes the perfect mouthful? With a crisp apple or a perfectly ripe peach, it’s elemental. We asked CityBeat staffers and a selection of our friends to answer a tough question: What’s the best thing they’ve eaten in Greater Cincinnati. And we got some great answers, from giant Girthburgers to fancy foie gras. Let’s wander through the local culinary scene...  


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Amarin Flavor: Amarin has an extensive menu (actually three small ones) featuring just about any Thai or sushi dish you’ve ever come across and several signature items. Most dishes are big enoug  


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BBQ RevueFlavor: The smell of hickory wood hits your olfactory senses before you even make it in the door. Once inside you’ll find all the necessities of a good neighborhood BBQ joint. The ribs   

Bistro Cafe

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Arthur’sFlavor: Cincinnati’s version of Cheers — your quintessential neighborhood bar. Even if the food was bad, you’d still go. Of course, it’s not. Some of our favorite  


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Annabel’sFlavor: You’ll be glad to hear that breakfast is served all day at Annabel’s. Where else can you get cornmeal pancakes with honey crunch butter and homemade syrup, or carrot  


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Claddagh Irish PubFlavor: Big portions of solid food nod to the Irish, like mussels simmered in Harp Lager; Jameson Irish Whiskey-glazed sirloin steak; and baby back ribs with Guinness Stout BBQ sauce  


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Black Angus Burgers & BrewsFlavor: Bustin’ out must-try burgers made of 100 percent Angus beef and topped with the freshest ingredients. Specialties include the Black n’ Blue and Chipo  


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Dee Felice CaféFlavor: New Orleans-style right in Covington with a Portabella Etouffée for that rarest of dining species, a Cajun vegetarian. Chef’s specialties include traditional  


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Allyn’sFlavor: The sheer number of menu items you’ll find at Allyn’s will surprise you. There are Cajun specialties like Blackened Gator, jambalaya and red beans and rice; slow-cooke  


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BrutopiaFlavor: Italian espresso and a small daily menu that includes soups, salads, sandwiches, quiches and excellent baked goods from Take the Cake, as well as inventive smoothies with fresh ingredi  

Eastern European

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Iron SkilletFlavor: Did you even know that there are eight kinds of schnitzel? At the Iron Skillet, there’s a schnitzel for every day of the week and then some, as it celebrates traditional East  


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EmanuFlavor: Many Cincinnatians might be unfamiliar with the slow-cooked, aromatically spiced delicacies of Ethiopia and Eritrea, like Kilwa Sega (strips of marinated beef sautéed with onions,   


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Lavomatic Café & Urban Wine BarFlavor: Urban fare with a twist, like tater tots with truffles, salad on the grill or cupcakes made of meatloaf. Featuring local, seasonally sourced ingredien  


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Christy’s/Lenhardt’s Flavor: Christy’s/Lenhardt’s is a piece of Cincinnati history. Housed in the once-regal surroundings of the former Moerlein mansion, it now provides a comf  


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Anchor GrillFlavor: All the food that goes great with the cigarette you will most certainly smoke after eating it. You’re not living if haven’t tried a GLT (goetta, lettuce and tomato sand