by Julia Olmsted
107 days ago
Posted In: Alcohol
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to fill your stomach before a night out? Love loading up on artisanal
appetizers, fancy finger foods and awesome hors d’oeuvres? Calling all foodies:
these bars are for you.
food is your cup of tea, the Hofbrauhaus in Newport is the place to be. It’s
hard to go wrong with their bier cheese fries or any of the indulgent schnitzel
options — and don’t forget about their legendary beer selection! This local
favorite was the first Hofbrauhaus in America, modeled after the 400+-year-old
original in Germany. So loosen your belt and join in the tradition.200 E. Third St. Newport, Ky.
859-491-7200.$$. Lots of space.
we head to this eclectic Mediterranean bar and grill. Sit down for some tapas
while you experience one of their famous karaoke or trivia
nights, and make sure to check out the calendar for their next live music act.
This place is perfect for a low-stress, high-caliber night out with close
friends, acquaintances you occasionally grab dinner with or a hot date.7454 Beechmont Ave., Anderson,
513-827-9146.$$. Theme nights.
BrewRiver GastroPub – East End
GastroPub has some of the best “bar food” (if you can even call it that) in the
area — they call chicken liver pate a light snack. The head chef, Michael
Shields, spent six years working under Emeril Lagasse: chef extraordinaire and
the star of 12 different cooking shows. If you love New Orleans delicacies and
an incredible beer and wine suggestion for every
meal, then this
authentic establishment is right up your alley.2062 Riverside Dr., East End,
513-861-2484.$$. Live music.
Local breweries and eateries serve up trendy takes on pairing
0 Comments · Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Queen City beer lovers, raise a glass.
Local restaurants and breweries are teaming up to dish out new ways to
enjoy a cold one with food that complements your beverage of choice.
0 Comments · Tuesday, May 21, 2013
I’ve been to wine pairing and cocktail
pairing dinners, but I just hit my first beer pairing dinner. I guess
I’d never considered that with the variety of styles and flavor profiles
available in beers now, there are enough subtle nuances to intrigue
chefs and to bring out the best in their dishes.
Local foodies, trends and ingredients make Cincy's dining scene shine
5 Comments · Wednesday, December 26, 2012
As we wrap up 2012 in Cincinnati, we’ve
got a helluva story to tell — and some bragging to do. I write about
drinks and dining, and I can’t even get around to all the new places
that are opening.
Three restaurants passionate about beer and cuisine
0 Comments · Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Any brewer worth his or her noble hops will tell you the
world of beer is rich with variety and complexity,
worthy of thoughtful pairings to both complement and elevate delicious
cuisine. And for beer fans, Cincinnati couldn’t be a more perfect venue
for exploring those pairings.
0 Comments · Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Chef Michael Shields opened BrewRiver GastroPub with local craft beer and thoughtfully paired cuisine in mind. You will find no Budweiser, Guinness or other popular (inter)national brands here, only a rotating list of his more than 50 hand-picked, locally brewed draughts, bottled and canned beers.