These days it’s pretty easy for foodies, wine-o’s and hop heads to delve into an appreciation of food, wine and craft beer. It becomes somewhat of a quest as we seek out better examples and interesting variations from the farthest reaches of the world.
When a celebrity opens a restaurant,
customers likely fall into two camps: those who only go there for the
celeb brand, or those who actually enjoy the food, drink and ambiance of
a place that happens to be helmed by a famous person.
Over-the-Rhine offers everything from a
donut shop to a walk-up taco window, and soon it will be getting its
first juice bar. We’re not talking smoothies — we’re talking
nutrient-dense, cold-pressed juice funneled into a pint-sized glass
Dayton, Ohio’s Fifth Street Brewpub co-op served its own
beers to patrons for the first time on July 16. While the doors to the
brewery, taproom and restaurant opened last year — and beer from other
brewers has been pouring from their taps ever since — the brewery just
received all of the necessary legal approval to be able to serve beer
brewed on premises at 1600 E. Fifth St.
If the thought of being presented with a
multi-page wine list literally drives you to drink with its
scary-sounding words like “appellation,” “biodynamic” and “decantation,”
have no fear — you’re not alone.
The Negroni has been called an “indispensable cocktail” by Esquire
magazine cocktail expert David Wondrich and is frequently referred to
as “the perfect dinner cocktail” because its bitterness acts as an