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The 2014 reader picks for best overall restaurant, new restaurant, appetizers, desserts and more.

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Highlighting another stellar year of restaurants, chefs, vendors, deals and trends in Cincinnati's food scene.

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<![CDATA[2013 Eats Reader Picks - ]]> The 2013 reader picks for best overall restaurant, new restaurant, appetizers, desserts and more.
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<![CDATA[2013 Eats Staff Picks - ]]> The restaurants, chefs, vendors, food trucks and trends highlighting a hallmark year in Cincinnati dining.
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<![CDATA[Staff Picks - ]]> OK, we admit it — CityBeat staffers do a lot of eating (it's one of the main ways we stay alive). Luckily, in Cincinnati one doesn't have to look far for a great place to eat, whether you're in brunch-mode or looking for traditional lunch, dinner or late-night options. And our city offers plenty of resources for those who like to whip up something special at home.
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<![CDATA[ 2012 Eats Reader Picks - ]]> Learn about the best restaurants, diners, greasy spoons and elegant eateries in the Cincinnati area. The winners in these categories were chosen by you, our readers, using our online ballot. You've chosen champions in more than 50 categories giving us a portrait of the massive food scene in our city.]]> <![CDATA[Readers Picks - ]]> Learn about the best restaurants, diners, greasy spoons and elegant eateries in the Cincinnati area. The winners in this categories were chosen by you, our readers, using our online ballot. You've chosen champions in over 50 categories giving us a portrait of the food scene in our city.]]> <![CDATA[Staff Picks - ]]> Learn about our picks for everything from the best Old-School Chinese to the best Vegan Baked Goods. These great Cincinnati restaurants were chosen by our staff of skillful and flavor-sensitive writers.]]> <![CDATA['Just Keep Showing Up' - Over-the-Rhine residents and foodies rally around Tucker's]]> Carla and Joe’s family-owned restaurant has always been a safe haven on Vine Street. Even during the riots 10 years ago, the property remained virtually untouched. It’s always been an inclusive place, where the Tuckers welcomed the entire community to enjoy Joe’s crisp hash browns, overstuffed omelets and towering, tartar-sauce-topped burgers. That’s why “what happened” was such a shock.]]> <![CDATA[Market Tested, Market Approved - Feasting at Findlay Market is time well spent]]> If you haven't been to Findlay Market lately, you're in for some surprises. Sure, if you're a home cook or even a professional chef, the market is a great place for fresh, local ingredients. Now more than ever, though, the market has become a place to eat, with ever expanding options for ready-to-eat meals, either at home or on the spot.]]> <![CDATA[Reader Picks - ]]> Best overall restaurant (Montgomery Inn), best new restaurant (Five Guys Burgers and Fries), best appetizers (Nada), best non-chain pizza (Adriatico's), best wine selection (20 Brix) and more, more, more.]]> <![CDATA[Staff Picks - ]]> Put on the feed bag and take stroll with CityBeat staffers through the city's best place for a downtown powwow, best expansion, best downtown cupcakery, best place to eat with your fingers, best spot for a sushi virgin and much more.]]>