Month: March 2012

Food Trucks In Negotiations Serve at Taste of Cincinnati

Food Trucks In Negotiations Serve at Taste of Cincinnati

Corrected:  I spoke with Chris Kemper from the Cincinnati Chamber– the food trucks aren’t finalized yet, but they are in negotiations. Just heard this from Tom Acito, the owner of Cafe de Wheels: The Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce is negotiating with food trucks to serve […]

Vintage Restaurant Menus

Vintage Restaurant Menus

My friend Monika pointed me out to some really cool menus for sale on eBay— all from landmark Cincinnati restaurants, most of which are now closed. Frisch’s Mt. Vernon Iron Horse Inn in Glendale (looks to be from the 60s) El Greco (I remember my […]

Review: Velvet Smoke

Review: Velvet Smoke

Findlay Market isn’t just a place to buy produce and spices and gelato, but also a small business incubator.  That’s why you’ll see small businesses occasionally leave and head to bigger locations, or expand, like Taste of Belgium did.  In speaking with Cheryl Eagleson, the […]

Diner en Blanc Coming to Cincinnati This Summer
Review: Kreimer’s Bier Haus West
Only in Cincinnati…
Review: The French Lunch Tray at Jean-Robert’s Table
Yelp Helps After School Special

Yelp Helps After School Special

Yelp is always doing cool stuff– Yelp Eats, the Yelp Drinks promotion, and lots of other, smaller events around the city. This time, they’re giving back to the community and presenting a pretty cool event that highlights some of the smaller non-profits in the Cincinnati […]

The Anchor to open in Over-the-Rhine

The Anchor to open in Over-the-Rhine

Race Street is getting a second restaurant, just in time for the opening of Washington Park. The Anchor, an “urban seafood restaurant”, will open at 14th and Race. The owner, Derek dos Anjos, grew up in Cincinnati and recently moved back after 15 years in […]

Cocktail Hour: Homemade Irish Cream ( and chocolate syrup!)
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