Liquid brunches aren’t anything new, but
lately a crop of bottomless brunches — meaning you can drink an infinite
amount of mimosas and bloody marys for a flat fee — have been surfacing
throughout the city.
Over-the-Rhine’s creative class continues
to add more and more bars, restaurants and shops for its denizens and
tourists, including the recent addition (or relocation) of Picnic and
Pantry, a convenience store filled with quality sundries and carryout
Clocking in at more than 4,000
square-feet, the OTR location is the biggest 16-Bit yet, with a
sprawling layout featuring a centralized U-shaped bar and games. Because
it’s basically a bar with video games, you must be 21 to enter, and if
you drink, you play for free.
Cincinnati is filled with artisan bakers,
so what’s one more? At Oakley Fancy Flea Market (O.F.F. Market) on May
30, Karina Rice debuted her handcrafted donuts under the moniker
Gadabout Doughnuts, a term meaning “a person who flits about in social
Fort Thomas is not exactly known as a
pizza destination, but with the advent of 15 North, which opened last
month, that’s changing. Owners Lori and Ed Gossman left their Italian
restaurant in Washington D.C., Roscoe’s Pizzeria, in exchange for a
quieter life in Northern Kentucky, opening their new restaurant at 15 N.
Fort Thomas Ave. (hence the name) in a former Mio’s.
“Buy a thing of arugula from the store.
Dump it in a bowl.” This is the beginning of Mandy Levy’s Buffauxlo
Chicken Salad recipe from her new book Calorie Accounting: The Foolproof Diet-by-Numbers Plan for a Skinnier New You.
Revolution Rotisserie & Bar started
as a small operation selling rotisserie chicken on grilled pita bread at
a stand in Findlay Market. It can now be found at its full-service
permanent location on Race Street, just a block south of Washington Park
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.
Chances are if you’ve
recently dined at Boca, Maribelle’s or Ruth’s Parkside Café, you were
also presented with a meal topped with intricate-looking microgreens
that came from Lower Price Hill’s Waterfields hydroponic farm.