CityBeat - Bite Me http://www.citybeat.com/cincinnati/articles.sec-78-1-bite_me.html <![CDATA[Apothecary-Themed Cocktail Bar to Open in OTR - ]]>

If there's one thing we like in Over-the-Rhine, it's enjoying a bit of updated history while we dine and drink. And that's what proprietors Stuart King and Julia Petiprin aim to bring to the corner of 13th and Republic streets with their new apothecary-themed cocktail bar. 

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<![CDATA[Orchids at Palm Court Awarded AAA Five Diamond Award - ]]> Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza’s Orchids at Palm Court has been awarded AAA's Five-Diamond Award for 2015.]]> <![CDATA[Tom + Chee Expanding into Texas - ]]>

Apparently the grilled-cheese-tomato-soup fast-casual concept was the smartest idea ever because the rapidly expanding local franchise Tom+Chee is headed to Texas. 

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<![CDATA[Zip's Cafe Under New Ownership - ]]>

Classic Mount Lookout burger joint Zip's Cafe is under new ownership — but don't freak out. Longtime general manager Mike Burke recently purchased the 88-year-old burger institution from Brian Murrie, who had owned the restaurant since 1996. 

 

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<![CDATA[Ash American Fare Has Closed - Owner Alex Mchaikhi leaves the industry after nearly 30 years]]>

Ash American Fare in Hyde Park closed on New Year's Day after a packed New Year's Eve. 


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<![CDATA[Hopnosis 7 Craft Beer Festival at Comet - ]]>

If you're a fan of craft beer, you might want to set up camp outside the Comet in Northside this weekend. The bar is hosting its seventh annual Hopnosis beer event.

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<![CDATA['Findlay Market Cookbook' Cooking Class - Learn to make dishes from the recently released collection]]> Join the Midwest Culinary Institute as they celebrate Findlay Market with a very special Creations Cooking Class in their state-of-the-art culinary theatre 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 11.Bryn Mooth, edito]]> <![CDATA[Cincinnati International Wine Festival Celebrates 25 Years - Tickets are now on sale]]>

2015 marks the 25th anniversary of the Cincinnati International Wine Festival. 


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<![CDATA[Mayor John Cranley Declares Dec. 3 Tom + Chee Day - Hooray for grilled cheese]]> Mayor John Cranley has declared Dec. 3, 2014 Tom+Chee Day to celebrate the grilled cheese and tomato soup restaurant’s five-year anniversary. ]]> <![CDATA[You Can Buy Mayday - If you have $285,000]]> Northside bar Mayday is up for sale. Formerly a dive bar called The Gypsy Hut, owners Vanessa Barber and Kim Maurer took over the property in 2009, renaming it Mayday. They made several upgrades ]]> <![CDATA[Vogue to Rogue Dance Party at Kaze - ]]>

Japanese gastropub Kaze is known not only for its food, but also its nightlife.  

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<![CDATA[Female Food Start-Ups Hosts Open House and Tasting - ]]>

The Northern Kentucky Incubator Kitchen, located in the basement of the Senior Services of Northern Kentucky building, is the working home of several women looking to start and grow their own food-based businesses. 

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<![CDATA[Park and Vine Gives Away Free Veggie Burgers for National Vegan Day Saturay - ]]>

Celebrate World Vegan Day at Park + Vine with free veggie burgers on Nov. 1.  

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<![CDATA[Mitchell’s Fish Market Tastes of the Pacific Northwest Dinner - ]]>

Mitchell’s Fish Market at Newport on the Levee celebrates the flavors of the Pacific Northwest with a four-course pairing dinner.

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<![CDATA[Clifton Beerfest Returns - ]]>

Clifton Beerfest, previously held annually at Fries Cafe in Clifton, is moving next door to the Corinthian this year to continue the tradition and also in memory of Fries owner Jerry Freese, who passed away earlier this year.


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<![CDATA[Arnold's Bartender Becomes Area's Youngest Certified Cicerone - ]]>

Cincinnati's oldest operating bar and tavern has a new angle: their bartender Tyler Del Matto just recently passed the Certified Cicerone exam in Asheville, N.C. 

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<![CDATA[Christmas Ale Comes to Zip's Cafe Just in Time for Halloween - ]]>

Nothing says October like Christmas ale. 


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<![CDATA[MadTree Uses Local Carriage House Farm Ginger - ]]>

Ginger is typically found growing in warmer climates like Asia and Hawaii, but local Carriage House Farm is bucking trend by growing their own.


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<![CDATA[Books by the Banks Offers Dining Deals - ]]>

Books by the Banks, the annual celebration of books, authors and all things literary, takes over the Duke Energy Convention Center on Saturday. 

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<![CDATA[Brezel Pretzels Now Open for Business in OTR - ]]>

Columbus, Ohio-based, hand-rolled Bavarian pretzel shop Brezel (brayt-zuhl) is now open for business at 6 W. 14th St., Over-the-Rhine. 

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