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Strong's Brick Oven Pizzeria (Review)

Strong's fire-breathing oven offers Italian delights

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Do not be fooled by the quaint brick building and steep steps that sit back off the street as you drive toward Newport on the Levee on Monmouth Street; Strong’s Brick Oven Pizzeria is not just another pizza joint.  

From Dice to Dinner

Dining options inside and outside the casino

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Outside the balmy perimeter of Margaritaville, conveniently nestled within the confines of the Horseshoe Casino’s walls, sits steakhouse Jack Binion’s, Café Italia and all-you-can-eat Spread Buffet. And each of these kitchens (plus the banquet and event center catering) are overseen by Horseshoe Casino Executive Chef Pete Ghione.     

A Better Brew

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.  

Crave (Review)

New Banks eatery has something for everyone

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Crave offers everything from sushi to steaks and ribs to seafood and even pizza. To do all these things well, you’d think they would need a decked-out kitchen, a fully staffed sushi bar and a dedicated pizza oven — maybe even wood-burning. Check, check and check.   

Mayberry (Review)

1 Comment · Wednesday, June 13, 2012
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.  

June Dining, Brought To You By The Letter ‘W’

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 6, 2012
With CityBeat’s Dining Guide hot off the presses, you’d think there’d be nothing new to report on the local eating front, but you’d be wrong. The food scene just keeps booming, and you need a scorecard to know the players. Here’s some news, and an important June-time reminder.  

Where to Eat 2012

0 Comments · Thursday, May 31, 2012
The Where to Eat 2012 list offers 130-plus great restaurants in Greater Cincinnati by style, ambiance, flair and historical significance. Dig in.   

Shake It Up: 2012 Dining Guide

Cincinnati’s wide variety of culinary delights is deserving of exploration

0 Comments · Thursday, May 31, 2012
Sometimes, you’ve got to shake it up. You’ve got to let go of the sure thing and explore something new or you’ll never broaden your experiences. So make your New Dining Year Resolution now. Embrace change. There’s no reward without a risk, so shake up your routine and go eat!   

Wright On a Roll

Best new chef in the Midwest dicusses his food, the local dining scene and the future

0 Comments · Thursday, May 31, 2012
Chef Daniel Wright, who owns Senate with his wife, Lana, is Food & Wine’s People’s Choice for the Best New Chef in the Midwest. He has two hit restaurants in the hottest neighborhood in town. He is days away from becoming the father of twins. His mojo is working overtime.  

Eat Well, Cincinnati

Creative fates to be enjoyed by locals and visitors alike

0 Comments · Thursday, May 31, 2012
If you live in Cincinnati and you have out-of-town guests, you’re going to want to take them (or they’ll want to be taken) to some rather famous Cincinnati establishments. Jean-Robert’s Table, Skyline, and Graeter’s all have national cache, and with good reason. But how about you surprise your guests (and maybe yourself?) with something a little different?  

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