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Iron Horse Inn, Glendale

Talking 'Bout Our Generation

0 Comments · Thursday, October 26, 2000
The rebirth of Iron Horse Inn poses the question: If you tear down a building, gut the place and completely renovate it inside and out, is it still the same place? That's exactly what the four Sawy  

Diner: J Stands for 'Just a Classic'

Hyde Park seafood restaurant continues to satisfy

0 Comments · Thursday, October 19, 2000
Restaurants come and go. That's no surprise. The Tristate continues to welcome new, trendy places with lots of promotion and two-hour waits. Some make it, some don't. Yet how is it that other, olde  

Diner: Feel Your Oats

New grocery/deli at Norwood's Rookwood Commons is attracting Cincinnatians

0 Comments · Thursday, October 5, 2000
Do you believe you are what you eat? Then the Tristate's newest grocery just made your shopping a little easier. Wild Oats, which opened last month in the new Rookwood Commons, features all kinds of  

Diner: Bar None

Good meals can be found at east side, west side bars

0 Comments · Thursday, September 21, 2000
I can't count the number of times I've found myself enjoying a cold and frosty beverage at a bar and in need of a little edible accompaniment. It used to be that one could consider herself lucky to   

Diner: Banking On It

Madeira's Amarin is a safe deposit of Thai cuisine

0 Comments · Thursday, September 7, 2000
Cincinnati has seen a surge of Thai restaurants. In addition to Hyde Park, Mount Adams and Clifton, you can now find Amarin, opened earlier this year in Madeira. Straddling a corner of Miami Avenue   

Diner: Room with a View

From Zebo's you can see Paul Brown Stadium and have a fine meal, too

0 Comments · Thursday, August 31, 2000
Thank of hot spots on the river for an elegant, romantic dinner and only a few places may come to mind. You can add to this list an unexpected find: the house restaurant of one of the city's newer h  

Diner: No Gas Here

Folks keep coming to Vincenzo's for a fill-up of top-notch Italian fare

0 Comments · Thursday, August 10, 2000
Sometimes a drive to the burbs is full of surprises. Like finding a charming Italian restaurant just down the road from a major mall. Even more surprising than its unique location in a renovated gas  

Diner: Friendly Tavern

Covington's Margo & Jimmy's has a flavorful menu in unpretenious surroundings

0 Comments · Thursday, August 3, 2000
There are some places I just don't want to tell others about. Sometimes there are places that I (rather selfishly) hope become only moderately successful after opening so they can retain their frien  

Diner: Vegging Out

One old favorite, one newcomer = two good choices for alternative fare

0 Comments · Thursday, July 13, 2000
Meat on a bun. That seems to be the summer staple, especially this time of year. After holiday cookouts and summer barbecues, even meat-eaters can face burger burnout. Mullane's Parkside Café a  

Diner: Presto! Change-o!

Jake's in Fairfield has become Abracadabra Cafe, with tableside magic and an adult menu

0 Comments · Thursday, June 29, 2000
In a world of chain restaurants and food courts, sometimes a night out for dinner seems to be anything but relaxing or entertaining. Fairfield's Abracadabra CafĂ© combines fine dining, attentiv