Author: Julie Niesen
A couple of cute things from Busken for Valentine’s. First, the Lite Hearted Donut, which is only 140 calories and 2.5 grams of fat. If you want to try one, head to any Busken store, UDF location or Remke-Bigg’s to try one for free on […]
La Poste will be adding brunch to their repetoire, and discontinuing lunch in order to address private event services. This will be effective March 3, and the last day for lunch is February 8. They’ll be doing brunch on Sundays from 10:30-3, serving eggs Benedict, […]
(Adapted from a Sparkpeople recipe) One of my favorite items in Thai takeout is Tom Kha Gai soup: coconut milk, chicken, mushrooms, a little heat. Soups are a great winter food, and they’re also great when you are watching what you eat: hearty, filling, and […]
Bobby Flay– you guys know him: Food Network, Mesa Grill, Throw Downs, restaurants on the coasts and in Vegas– will be opening his first restaurant in Ohio at the Horseshoe Casino on March 4th. His Bobby’s Burger Palace features an array of unique burgers and […]
I am starting to get confused. People are talking about the Anchor– and, you know, people have been talking about the Anchor for years, except they were talking about the greasy spoon in Covington, and not the hip, straight-from-Brooklyn eatery in Over-the-Rhine. Now, instead of […]
Congratulations to the five Cincinnati restaurants who received Four Diamond awards today from AAA! The Palace Restaurant The Celestial Orchids at Palm Court Boca Nicola’s The Cincinnatian, Hilton Netherland, Westin and Marriott at Rivercenter also received Four Diamond awards for lodging.
My favorite part of my Hawaiian vacation in 2006 was the beer. I drank a lot of it. Without going into the gory details, I was on a 7-day cruise in Hawaii. The food was unpalatable, the surroundings insanely beautiful, and I was on the cruise […]