Author: Julie Niesen
Soho Sushi– a build-your-own-sushi restaurant– is open for lunch downtown, 11-3. They’re located in Tower Place, but they do have a separate, non-mall entrance on 4th Street. They are currently not open for dinner (which means I probably won’t get there anytime soon).
Cafe de Wheels is the grandaddy of food trucks here in Cincinnati– it’s probably the best-known and certainly the most established. They, like yesterday’s Senor Roy’s, use Twitter and Facebook to communicate their locations. They have a few regular hang-outs: the School for the Creative […]
Finally, I’ve managed to catch up with the roving band of trucks serving up all sorts of delicious things around the city. And I do mean around the city– rarely do they venture outside the confines of Clifton, Over-the-Rhine or the Central Business District. I […]
Have you heard about Cincinnati’s Restaurant Row? This is the area on 6th and Walnut– think the old Oceanaire location, Mr. Sushi– on the ground floor of the 580 Building. The building has several spots open for restaurants (see the artist’s rendering to the left). […]
This past weekend was Mother’s Day, and Mother’s Day means brunch. I’m not going to do a bunch of brunch cocktails– you know, bloody Marys, salty dogs, mimosas, Bellinis– but I am going to talk about Corpse Revivers. These aren’t cocktails from the night of […]