Month: September 2011
History Department at the McMicken College of Arts and Sciences is having a benefit featuring Greg Hardman, CEO of Christian Moerlein, who will talk about Cincinnati’s brewing history with you as you sample Christian Moerlein beers. It’s a fundraiser for the History Department and occurs […]
Full disclosure: I’m a member of the Junior League, so please excuse this plug. The Junior League supports a lot of causes I believe in– Kids in the Kitchen, for example, which teaches kids good eating habits– and this is a great fundraiser for their […]
I’m Julie, and I’m a schneck-a-holic. Buttery, warm, cinnamony slices of baked goodness? Sign me up. I’ve tried most every kind of schnecken in town: Servatii and Busken (both are very moist, but taste pretty processed), Graeter’s (better!), Virgil’s (the most homemade tasting of the […]
Mecklenberg Gardens, one of the oldest Cincinnati restaurants, is a perfect alternative to Oktoberfest. Now, don’t get me wrong– I’m not suggesting you skip Oktoberfest– but sometimes, you want something a little German, a little quieter, and maybe something with more German than American influence. […]
I just heard from 3CDC about the food tents at Fountain Square. Thought the tents are going away, 3CDC is looking towards more partnerships with the City and food trucks in the future. The Strauss and Troy market on Tuesdays will not go away, and […]
Polly Campbell is reporting that food will be removed from Fountain Square starting at the end of September (this was originally reported over at Eggplant to Go). Personally, I love the vibrancy that having food and beverage vendor on the square lends to the square […]
The Cincinnati Wire is reporting that Tazza Mia, roasters of coffee with locations in the Central Business District and an outpost at Japp’s, will be opening a location at 1215 Vine Street, called 1215– serving wine and coffee. Welcome to the neighborhood!