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Bouquet Restaurant and Wine Bar (Review)

New MainStrasse dining option comes up roses

2 Comments · Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Located on a hip and happening block of Covington's Main Street, the Bouquet Restaurant and Wine Bar is a pleasant surprise. In fact, in the incestuous world of Greater Cincinnati dining, Bouque  

Diner: Review: InCahoots

Zuefle family imports Northside spice to Blue Ash

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 9, 2008
Since it opened, InCahoots has been offering Blue Ash residents food and drinks in what its Web site calls "a new restaurant and bar with universal appeal." One of the first things my wife, who  

Diner: Review: Seny

New Walnut Hills spot delivers distinctive Spanish tapas

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 12, 2007
When Seny opened earlier this year in East Walnut Hills, executive chef Travis D. Maier's concept was refreshingly high-minded for such a Middle American city as ours. After studying his craft i  

Diner: Review: Apsara

Owner of Mount Adams dining icons takes sushi to the suburbs with mixed results

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 10, 2007
When Chanaka Delanerolle opens a new restaurant, people in Cincinnati tend to take notice. A native of Sri Lanka, Delanerolle already owns three stalwarts of the local dining scene: The Celestial  

Diner: Review: Silver Spring House

Mason favorite offers good food with a big side of commotion

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 12, 2007
After taking part in CityBeat's barbeque tasting panel last spring (see 2007 Best of Cincinnati, issue of March 28), I accepted the task of reviewing Silver Spring House with more than a little   

Diner: Review: Sabor Peruano

The South American retreat serves up hearty and satisfying Peruvian food

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 29, 2007
A visit to Sabor Peruano in Fairfield provides something that is becoming increasingly rare in Cincinnati: an authentic, no-frills ethnic menu offering strange and unfamiliar dishes unadulterated  

Lookwhos: Look Who's Eating: De Stewart

Owner, Herbs & Spice and Everything Nice

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 8, 2007
After 30 years as a technologist, De Stewart quit his job and decided to become a herbologist. Under the moniker Colonel De Ray, Stewart runs a shop front in the historic Findlay Market, and his   

Diner: Review: Moy's Pacific Rim

Kenwood Asian spot offers an uneven eating experience

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 4, 2007
Tucked into a strip mall in the sprawl of Kenwood, I've probably driven past Moy's Pacific Rim 100 times without stopping. A lot of other people have probably driven past it, too. It's a diffi  

Portofino's

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 27, 2007
On a recent Sunday afternoon, as the Cincinnati Pride parade made its way along a sun-baked Hamilton Avenue in a riot of color and, um, ill-fitting black leather, I stopped in at Portofino's in Nor  

Lookwhos: Look Who's Eating: Albert Imms

Owner, Quatman's Café

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 16, 2007
These days, if you go to Quatman's Café in Norwood, you're not as likely to see its owner Albert Imms as you might have been in 1966 when he bought the place. A back injury keeps 66-year-o