Author: Julie Niesen
It’s a big food festival weekend! Two great ones to try out: Farmer’s Fair is in its second year, focusing on the locavore movement with keynote speakers The Accidental Farmers. There’s lots of local food (Neltner’s Farm, Sensitive Epicure, Fab Ferments, Streetpops, Snowville Creamery and […]
Adam Richman, star of Man vs. Food on the Travel Channel, is in town, and he’s already hit up a restaurant (are you surprised?). First stop? Senate, where he dined on My Wife’s Salad, scallops, bacon frites, beignets and creme brulee (according to Dan Wright, […]
On Saturday, August 5th, Grammer’s was robbed at gunpoint by three armed men. It wasn’t widely covered by the media (of the mainstream media, only Local 12 covered it), but word quickly spread among OTR residents. Due to this incident, and lack of police presence […]
(Guest post by The Better Half) If a quesadilla is done right, the end result will be equal parts comfort food (think grilled cheese sandwich), novelty (is there an end to ingredients that can be grilled inside a tortilla?), and kicked-up spiciness. And the quesadillas […]
I just loved this article in n+1 magazine. Hope this holds you until I have something to say. Hat tip to Erin Kidwell.
When Julie asked me write a blog while she’s gone this week, I knew exactly what I’d write about. A few weeks ago, I had a meeting with one of my Cincy Chic clients, Stone Creek Dining Co. They told me they just made the […]