Author: Julie Niesen

Review: Sophia’s Place, Albuquerque

Review: Sophia’s Place, Albuquerque

I was in Albuquerque during one of my epic trips this spring– you see, Spring is when we publishing folks rack up the mileage (airline and car) and call on accounts if necessary. I was originally scheduled to visit a school in ABQ, but that […]

Bits and Bites: Local and Travel Edition
Top Chef Tour at Hyde Park Farmer’s Market

Top Chef Tour at Hyde Park Farmer’s Market

This food blogging thing is a pretty cool gig. On Sunday, in a light drizzle that just doesn’t seem to stop (it’s still going…), I got to hang out with Richard Blais and Eli Kirshstein, stars of the Cincinnati stop of Top Chef: The Tour, […]

Senate Restaurant in Food + Wine Magazine
UC Alumni Weekend: Dining Options
Bella Vite Wine Tasting on Fountain Square

Bella Vite Wine Tasting on Fountain Square

Busy Friday night? From 5-11 PM, the 2011 Bella Vite (Beautiful Vine) Wine Tasting event will feature $1 tastings with over 60 types of wine to choose from. Knowledgeable staff will be on site to help guests navigate the selection and learn about the wines […]

Skinny Pig opens May 16

Skinny Pig opens May 16

Josh Campbell’s latest project, The Skinny Pig, will open on May 16th at 10:30, serving lunch and dinner in East Walnut Hills. Campbell, who runs Mayberry on Vine Street, Mayberry Foodstuffs on Main Street (both downtown) and partners with Gramma Debbie’s Kitchen to present his […]

Bits and Bites: The Palace, Taqueria Mercado, etc.
Cocktail Hour: The Seelbach Cocktail

Cocktail Hour: The Seelbach Cocktail

Okay, just a disclaimer.  I picked this particular cocktail and the profile of the City Council candidate who shares its name because a) I like the cocktail, b) it’s Derby and appropriate and c) he’s a neighbor.  So as not to be partisan, if any […]

Friday Five: Derby Drinks
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