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Diner: Far East Delight

Miyoshi offers excellent Japanese food in a polished but relaxed atmosphere

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 24, 2006
If you've always felt that Japanese restaurants are a bit too intimidating and pricey for casual dining, Miyoshi will change your mind: it offers excellent food, reasonably priced, in a polished bu  

Diner: Magic Bean Stalk

Argentine Bean shines via its Latin-influnced menu, long hours and eager staff

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 12, 2006
The Argentine Bean is a little gem that could become one of my favorite local restaurants. Its owners have purposefully jumped the chain-dining tracks and have made their place everything you don't  

Diner: Selling Out

Going, going, gone to Phoenicia Mediterranean Bar & Grill

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 8, 2006
Well, it's finally come to this. I auctioned myself to the highest bidder. I know that some of you are not at all surprised. Sadly, that's probably the people who know me best -- traitors! Can I ju  

Diner: Elevated

Primavista is good for your civic pride -- and your taste buds

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 25, 2006
Have you seen the "CINCINNATI" sign on downtown's expanded convention center? No? Well, that's one more reason to go back to Primavista and check out the view from Price Hill. Delicious Italian foo  

Diner: Identity Crisis

Louisville restaurateurs lost something on the way up I-71 to Crestview Hills

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 14, 2005
When Jim Gerhardt and Mike Cunha left the Oakroom at the Seelbach Hotel in Louisville in the autumn of 2003 to open Limestone, the Oakroom was a four-star dining experience, and Gerhardt and Cunha   

Diner: Sweet Spot

Everything about Northside's new Honey is subtle -- until the food arrives

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 9, 2005
Foodies, rejoice! Honey is a wonderful new addition to the Cincinnati dining scene. Not so formal that you can't laugh, not a stuffy, flawless dining experience, but friendly, chic and utterly dele  

Diner: Meeting the Standard

Karlo's offers a fresh approach to Italian fare

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 19, 2005
I've thrown a few highly sharpened kitchen knives at suburban chain restaurants here and there, so my next sentence might surprise you: I like Karlo's Bistro Italia. Karlo's tries -- and generally   

Diner: Survival, Post-Maisonette

How we got here and what we do now for a fancy meal

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 7, 2005
That sound of quiet downtown is the absence of fine whine that descended on the city when the Maisonette closed its doors in July. The Comisars have taken their complaints northward and are now b  

Diner: Heavenly Dining

Mount Adams' Celestial Steakhouse does a fine job with red meat and fish

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 6, 2005
Dining in the clouds is no longer the experience it once was. When you fly, you've got to bring your own burger, unless you're going first class. The good news is that everyone goes first class at   

Diner: Tasty Tapas

Latitudes offers quality food at proper portions

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 8, 2005
I love the idea of Latitudes. The concept of sharing small dishes over drinks with friends is casually sophisticated and fun. Lately, the typical restaurant meal looks like something out of the Con