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Diner: Well Orchestrated

Service, menu and price create harmony at The Symphony Hotel

0 Comments · Thursday, October 12, 2000
Tucked midway down the block of 14th Street just north of Music Hall is a European-style surprise. The Symphony Hotel and Restaurant is nestled among other Victorian brownstones and discreetly mark  

Diner: Unchained Italian

Despite its size, Bravo! offers food good enough for a small trattoria

0 Comments · Thursday, August 17, 2000
I love Italian food, but I'm a bit of a snob about this popular cuisine. Vegetables and herbs must be fresh. Pasta should be al dente. And the presentation must be as thoughtful and colorful as the   

Diner: The South Rises

deSha's redraws the Mason-Dixon line somewhere up in Montgomery

0 Comments · Thursday, July 27, 2000
Just over a year ago, deSha's American Tavern began a renovation that shifted to a major repair after the infamous tornado ripped through Harpers Point in Montgomery. As the final edition of the tr  

Diner: Raw Experience

New Hyde Park restaurant features sushi and sashimi

0 Comments · Friday, July 14, 2000
My friend said, "But I don't do sashimi," when I invited her to eat sushi with me. Sashimi is a Japanese dish of sliced raw fish, often available at a sushi bar. We met in front of Beluga, Hyde Par  

Diner: A Beat Ahead

Chester's remains a classic, while reinventing itself

0 Comments · Thursday, June 22, 2000
Since 1972, Chester's Road House has been drawing an audience from surrounding eastern neighborhoods, as well as tourists, corporate mavens, prom dates and, very likely, a few folks who've managed   

Diner: Retro Done Right

Harry's Diner offers smiles, sandwiches and blue plate specials

0 Comments · Thursday, June 8, 2000
I once took a vacation through Virginia with a goal of eating only in diners. The sleek and shiny metallic tubes and domes were so alluring, but the most intoxicating attention-grabbers were usually  

Diner: The Basics

Hyde Park's Echo has a loyal clientele as diverse as its menu

0 Comments · Thursday, April 20, 2000
The Echo has long been a landmark in Hyde Park, around the corner from the square. In fact, it's been in the same location since 1945. The uniformed waitresses with name tags and big hair disappeare  

Diner: Rib-Tickler

Walt's is a benchmark for Kentucky cuisine

0 Comments · Thursday, March 16, 2000
A friend recently described Walt's Hitching Post as her favorite stop either coming from or going to the airport. She insists Walt's is the place to acclimate any visitor to our local cuisine. And o  

Diner: Fast Friends

Sonoma offers service as delicious as the menu

0 Comments · Thursday, February 17, 2000
A blustery February saunter down Greenup Street in Covington surprised us with the bevy of mid-week activity. The area has become quite a dining and culinary hub with the addition of Sonoma as the n  

News: Looking Up

Neighborhood activism preserves historic observatory and telescope

0 Comments · Thursday, February 3, 2000
Cincinnati has been home to the nation's first professional observatory and holds a significant, if not luminous, position in the history of astronomy. A few years ago, through what could be ter