Month: February 2009

Pigall’s Last Day

Pigall’s Last Day

I walked through the kitchen of Pigall’s for both the first and last time today. I’ve eaten there before– when it first opened– and had eaten at the Maisonette when I was in high school. I was unable, due to a breakneck schedule, to work […]

An Open Letter to Bar Louie.

An Open Letter to Bar Louie.

Dear Bar Louie: Thank you for being open and serving food past 11 PM. It amazes me, that, in Newport, Kentucky, there is no place to get both drinks and food after 11 PM. Considering there is a movie theater, a comedy club, and a […]

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Review: Limoncello, Boston (North End)
In Beantown!

In Beantown!

I’m in Boston for the next couple of days, so posting may be a bit light. I’ve already had some fantastic chowder for lunch (at Jacob Wirth) and nearly died to see the fresh oysters on ice at the airport of all places (Legal Seafood […]

Review:  Drinks and Apps at Pub at Rookwood Mews

Review: Drinks and Apps at Pub at Rookwood Mews

Sometimes, you don’t want a meal.  Sometimes you just want to hang out with friends, good drinks, and some appetizers.  The Pub at Rookwood Mews, owned by the same group that owns deSha’s and Nicholson’s, is a great spot for just hanging out and munching […]

wine me, dine me’s super hip oscar party.

wine me, dine me’s super hip oscar party.

I, like the ladies over at westside foodie wannabes, am having an oscar party at home. So exciting– takeout sushi, Miller Lite, and if we don’t fall asleep, maybe some Carr’s ginger-lemon cookies for dessert. And who am I rooting for? (And I so called […]

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Shameless Plug: Hamlet

Shameless Plug: Hamlet

Man, it’s busy over here at wine me, dine me. Falcon Theater opens Hamlet tonight at the Monmouth Theater in Newport. Oh, yeah, and I’ve been rehearsing for it since January.  And so has The Boyfriend. So, if you want a rousing good time with […]

Review: Paella at Your Place

Review: Paella at Your Place

I love to throw parties. I love to cook, I love to decorate. I love seeing friends enjoy themselves! Sometimes, though, I want to skip the cooking-and-cleanup part. I’m often really over involved (aren’t we all?) and want the party without the prep and cleanup. […]

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