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Diner: Louisiana Lowdown

Jozo's offers authentic, reasonably priced Creole and Cajun fare

0 Comments · Thursday, September 16, 1999
As a Cincinnati girl, born and raised on the west side, I'm no expert when it comes to Cajun or Creole food. Growing up, I thought I was tasting some exotic Cajun concoction when Maury's Tiny Cove   

Diner: Big Skillet

Hearty Italian fare is a hit at Ferrari's new Montgomery location

0 Comments · Thursday, August 19, 1999
Ferrari's Little Italy, a Madeira favorite known for its hearty portions, opened its second Cincinnati location in May at Montgomery's Harper's Point in the former location of Ciao Baby Cucina. A h  

Diner: Eclectic Style

Hip Bistro Gigi adds flair to Mariemont Square

0 Comments · Thursday, July 15, 1999
When I decorated my first apartment with a mix of donated goods and garage sale treasures, my mother kindly remarked that I had a very "eclectic" style. I think this was her way of saying that, alt  

Diner: Heart and Soul

Wildflour Bakery incorporates fresh ingredients with fresh outdoors

0 Comments · Thursday, June 24, 1999
I knew from the moment I called to get directions to the Wildflour Bakery that I was going to like the place. The gentleman who answered my call proudly told me the establishment's hours, location,   

Diner: South of the Border

Reasonable, authentic Mexican fare can be found at Sylvia's

0 Comments · Thursday, April 29, 1999
Cincinnatians live in their own little world. Especially native Cincinnatians. Those of us born and raised here find comfort on our own turf. We admit it. Many of us have been sheltered, going time  

Diner: Oh Me, Oh Maya's

It's really about desserts and pastries

0 Comments · Thursday, March 11, 1999
Fax it, call it in, send it through the mail or order online. Call it a meal of some kind: lunch, dinner, even breakfast. Carry it out or eat in. Just don't kid yourself about why you're really here