Tim Lambrinides opened Silver Ladle on Sixth Street back in March. The new “fast casual” restaurant serves a variety of hearty sandwiches, a dozen soups, fresh salads, gluten-free options and, of course, its own twist on Cincinnati-style chili and coneys.
For Chef David Bach, Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming film, Django Unchained,
can’t come soon enough. The movie, which opens in December, pays homage
to the same ’60s Spaghetti Western that had inspired Bach and a posse
of established local culinary artists to open the new Northside
restaurant, Django Western Taco.
When stepping foot inside Wunderbar, the
new German-themed Covington restaurant and watering hole, be prepared
for the Wurst. Their German sausages are the cornerstone for the
four-month-old eatery: wholesome, authentic and in most cases
house-made, freshly ground from locally sourced meats and free of
Chef Josh Campbell knows something about
spinning plates. Over a three-year span, he manned the World Food Bar at
Findlay Market, opened Mayberry’s original location on Vine Street,
tried his hand at a small grocery on Seventh Street and experimented
with a flatbread concept in The Skinny Pig. All but Mayberry are now
footnotes in Cincinnati’s culinary past.
Matt Greco, owner of Grecos downtown,
deftly steered clear of all that hubbub. Serving breakfast and lunch for
several months now out of his new space just west of Paul Brown
Stadium, Greco combines the hip and funky menu of popular food trucks
with all the comforts and amenities of a brick-and-mortar restaurant.