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Marrakech Moroccan Café & Grill (Review)

Unexpected flavors and thoughtful preparations at Clifton’s Moroccan Eatery

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 22, 2014
How many of the ideas you’ve had while smoking a hookah have ever come to fruition?  

Gabriel’s Place Teaches Kids to Cook Creatively

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Gabriel’s Place, a center for food education and sustainable community space, empowers high school students to make healthy meals from the things they can find in their cupboards or at the corner store; the kind of ingredients most kids look at and say, “There’s nothing to eat.”  

The Presidents Room (Review)

0 Comments · Tuesday, August 5, 2014
The President’s Room restaurant inside The Phoenix has that same traditional feel, but with some whimsical touches that welcome a younger crowd.
  

Negroni Week

Local bars prepare specialty Negroni cocktails and raise money for charity

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 28, 2014
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 apéritif.   

Ash American Fare (Review)

Alex Mchaikhi transforms his old Cumin space into Ash American Fare

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 25, 2014
One of the best things about our dining scene now is that it’s so rich, it’s spreading beyond the highly concentrated city center into the outer neighborhoods. One of those new neighborhood gems is Ash American Fare in Hyde Park.  

Sleepy Bee Cafe (Profile)

Sleepy Bee Cafe offers a family - and bee - friendly menu

1 Comments · Thursday, January 16, 2014
Sleepy Bee Café is buzzing in Oakley: scrums of runners returning from training, coffee drinkers at the bar absorbed in electronic media, tables of toddlers’ moms making sure the syrup stays on the  

The Book of Eli's

A man, a plan and a $5 sandwich

2 Comments · Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Back in early 2011, there was a guy making pulled-pork barbecue sandwiches on Fountain Square in the worst weather ever. During the coldest, wettest spring in memory, followed by the hottest, driest, most unbearable summer, this curly-haired, fair-skinned, fully sunburned guy stood over a blazing flattop grill, heating up scoops of hickory-smoked pork shoulder, cutting up the big chunks with a pizza slicing wheel.   

Salazar (Profile)

Jose Salazar’s eponymous restaurant is coming soon to Over-the-Rhine

1 Comments · Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Jose Salazar had a gig that a lot of chefs would envy — but dreams can be more powerful than a sure bet. Salazar moved to Cincinnati from New York in 2008 to head the kitchen at The Palace in t  

New Fall Bakeries and Coffee Shops

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 25, 2013
There are four new and noteworthy places to fuel up this month, whether your fuel of choice is caffeine, sugar or joie de vivre. French Crust Café and Holtman’s Donuts are two much-anticipated newly opened Vine Street destinations downtown and are definitely worth a special trip.
  

Tipped Off

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Jay Porter is the founder of the now-defunct The Linkery, a farm-to-table restaurant in San Diego, and recent posts on his blog, jayporter.com, have caused a stir in the dining world. The posts were follow-ups to a New York Times article on The Linkery’s decision to be a tip-free restaurant with fixed service charges, divided among servers and kitchen staff, added to every check.