Author: Julie Niesen

Review: Oriental Wok

Review: Oriental Wok

Yes, dear readers, I ventured deep into Kentucky for this one. Oriental Wok is a restaurant that many, many friends have recommended. They have three locations, two in Kentucky and one that just opened in Hyde Park. I ended up at the Buttermilk Pike location, […]

Mini-review: Fatburger

Mini-review: Fatburger

(Guest post by The Boyfriend) Julie doesn’t normally review chain restaurants here on wine me, dine me.   But this is a general guideline,  not a hard-and-fast rule.   She does make exceptions for local chains, small chains, and chains that are just moving into the Cincinnati […]

wmdm’s Tips for Easy Entertaining (via Cincy Chic)
Review: Le Bernardin (Guest Blog by Kari, of My Inflammatory Writ)

Review: Le Bernardin (Guest Blog by Kari, of My Inflammatory Writ)

Kari is one of my dear friends who lives in New York.  She shares my foodie exuberance and love of prosciutto holders (wow, is that a long story…). Anyway.  She mentioned she was going to Le Bernardin for dinner, and I jokingly suggested, “Oh, that’s […]

Slashfood’s Top Sandwiches

Slashfood’s Top Sandwiches

Oooh, lookie. Slashfood polled its readers for their favorite sandwiches… and guess what’s #42? 42. Coney Dog with cheese and onions at Skyline Chili in Cincinnati, OH And soon after? 46. Pastrami on Rye at Katz’s Delicatessen in New York, NY (four votes) Seriously, though, […]

Cincinnati Restaurant Week

Cincinnati Restaurant Week

Restaurant Week has started– and, to be honest? I’m barely even tempted to go. Last year, we had such mediocre experiences– and we frequent a lot of the GCI restaurants, and do NOT have mediocre experiences– that if we go, it will be merely coincidental. […]

Sigh.

Sigh.

My Google blogroll isn’t working for some reason– am doing some troubleshooting, but I may have to switch to something else. Grr! Lots and lots of posts coming… soon! ETA: Ah. It’s a Google issue.  Man, they’re not doing so well with the uptime lately, […]

Shock and Foie

Shock and Foie

Check out this fantastic manifesto on sustainability and organ meat and how a diet– that includes foie gras, seriously– fulfills the pattern of creation and destruction inherent in how the Earth works.  It’s written by the chef of Incanto in SF, Chris Cosentino.  Incredibly well-thought […]

more wmdm updates.

more wmdm updates.

Wow. It’s been busy around here, hasn’t it? Bockfest! We met up with Lt. Dan of barbecue fame and his wife Sheilah and watched the parade (I think I shall run for Sausage Queen next year, what do you think?) and drank Bock beer before […]

In case you were wondering what I’ll be up to this weekend…
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