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Secrets From Sotto Chef Danny Combs

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 8, 2014
One of Sotto’s goals as a restaurant is to execute traditional Italian dishes in the most authentic way possible.  
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Cincinnati (and CityBeat) Featured in New York Magazine

Mag encourages readers to "Check out Cincinnati's New Cool"

It seems every day a new love letter to Cincinnati makes its rounds on the Internet. The latest is from New York Magazine’s Weekend Travel section, where Alex Schechter touts Cincy as a perfect three-day trip thanks to the city's breweries, restaurants and neighborhood redevelopment. Where to Stay: Downtown’s 21c Museum Hotel and The Cincinnatian are mentioned for their accommodations, along with a few area Airbnb picks. Where to Eat: Metropole, Salazar and Sotto — no surprise to local foodies. There’s even a cute explanation of goetta (“oatmeal-infused sausage hash”). What to Do: The article sums up a local urbanite’s ideal Saturday in OTR with stops at Washington Park, the Christian Moerlein Brewing Co., Findlay Market and Rhinegeist. Insider’s Tip: Cincinnati’s beer brewing past and present is certainly a draw for tourists. Schechter suggests the American Legacy underground tour, where folks can explore beneath the streets of OTR. Oddball Day: A hodgepodge of noteworthy Cincinnati destinations: munch at Holtman’s Donuts, Senate and The Eagle; Shop Jack Wood Gallery, Steam Whistle Letterpress and Article; peep local art at the latest Red Door Project installation; and check out a concert at the soon-opening Woodward Theatre. And it looks like CityBeat got a quick shout out in the Links section, along with Soapbox Media and 3CDC. Thanks! Go here for more on the latest “no seriously, Cincinnati is cool” article your friends are sharing.
 
 

Sixth Street Lives

Boca group to offer accessible, high-quality dining at new trattoria, Sotto

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Just as La Normandie was more casual than its upstairs neighbor (The Maisonette), calling itself a “tavern and chop house,” Sotto will be more approachable, both in atmosphere and price, than Boca.   

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