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Dusmesh (Review)

Standing apart from the many local Indian food establishments

1 Comments · Wednesday, March 25, 2009
This location used to house India Palace, so it's not a new location for an Indian restaurant. But Dusmesh stands out by bringing something more to the table.   

Parkside Cafe (Lunch Review)

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 11, 2009
Housed in a former Frisch’s Big Boy, Parkside Cafe (1024 E. McMillan St., Walnut Hills, 513-221-2026) keeps it real with its own drive-thru window, soup and salad bar and what seems to be the original Frisch’s furniture. They must still have the same ice machine, too, because the ice was Frisch’s ice.   

Gravy (Review)

New Goshen establishment is a nice breakfast destination

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Ah, gravy. When I think of gravy, I'm reminded of the smell of my grandma's house from my childhood. Not that she cooked much. It was actually the musty smell of the old house saturated with years of cigarette smoke. But it always reminded me of gravy.  

Longworth's Tavern (Review)

Mount Adams establishment's reopened kitchen serves up more than just a tasty burger

1 Comments · Wednesday, January 21, 2009
There it was, high atop Mount Adams on St. Gregory Street: Longworth's Tavern, the long-standing neighborhood bar and grill touting two floors, a patio and a recently reopened kitchen. Hoorah! We braved the brisk temperature and the steep hill to indulge in an evening of excessive food and drink.   

Flo's Plate Full of Soul (Lunch Review)

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 17, 2008
I walked down to Flo’s Plate Full of Soul (133 E. Court St., Downtown, 513-421- 3567) from CityBeat World Headquarters last week with a couple staffers. The new girl in the office, a vegetarian, picked out a nice Thai place on the way to Flo’s as a backup. She suspected Flo’s vegetarian options might be minimal. When we arrived, we checked out the menu briefly, and she bid us farewell.  

College On The Cheap

You spend enough on tuition; get your kicks at a discount

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 1, 2008
You spend enough on tuition; get your kicks at a discounting, dining, parking and printing. But off-campus its your key to student discounts. Xavier has an excellent All Card program that offers discounts on everything from movies and arts to yoga classes and carpet installation. (Hopefully you wont need to use that last one.