Month: August 2012

Freestore Foodbank: Buy a Duck, Feed a Child
Review: Wolf & Co.

Review: Wolf & Co.

My last meal with Alex Shebar, former Yelp Cincinnati community manager and current Yelp London community manager, was a lunch to discuss one of his events (and generally just catch up). He picked the place, as he hadn’t tried it yet– Wolf and Co., which […]

Review: Wunderbar!

Review: Wunderbar!

I really need to get to Covington more often– okay, though it seems like I’m there all the time based on my posts, I’m really not.  I don’t know why there’s some sort of magical force field around the river, but there shouldn’t be.  There […]

My New Boyfriend, Bacon Jam

My New Boyfriend, Bacon Jam

It’s really, really rare for me to go home after a meal and say, “I HAVE to make that at home.”  I’ve been doing it more lately, but my most recent foray was after Restaurant Week at Lavomatic.  I tried a new appetizer, goat cheese […]

Summer Genetti to Head Up Pastry at Lola, Lolita in Cleveland

Summer Genetti to Head Up Pastry at Lola, Lolita in Cleveland

This just hit my inbox, and I’m both a little sad and very excited about this news.  Summer Genetti, most recently of Honey in Northside, recently accepted the position of pastry chef for Lola and Lolita in Cleveland, starting in September. Lola is the flagship […]

poco a poco Closed
What do you do with extra pork belly?

What do you do with extra pork belly?

I picked up a few pounds of meat for a friend who couldn’t get to Avril-Bleh before their 5 PM closing time. I spied some dry-aged steaks. “How much a pound?” “13.99.” I didn’t intend on buying anything, but I ended up with two steaks. […]

Review: Kung Food Chu’s AmerAsia

Review: Kung Food Chu’s AmerAsia

Often, a confusing restaurant is bad.  We’ve all walked into places and thought, “What are they thinking?”  In some cases, like Kung Food Chu’s AmerAsia, confusing is good.  Is it a craft beer bar? Is it an Asian restaurant? It’s both. I’ve been encouraged for […]

What’s For Dinner retiring, eat well cafe and takeaway to open

What’s For Dinner retiring, eat well cafe and takeaway to open

O’Bryonville’s staple, What’s for Dinner, owned by Mary McMahon and Toni Davena, will be closing due to the retirement of their owners (congratulations, ladies!). In its place, Renee Schuler, who owns eat well celebrations and feasts will be opening a cafe, eat well cafe and […]

Cocktail Hour:  True and Untrue and the Ramos Gin Fizz

Cocktail Hour: True and Untrue and the Ramos Gin Fizz

Another year, another Tales of the Cocktail on the record books. I attended, and will be sharing bits and pieces of what I learned over the coming weeks. The best session I attended was True/Untrue, hosted by David Wondrich (my favorite cocktail writer), Wayne Curtis (my new favorite […]

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