Author: Julie Niesen
I complained for the longest time about no sushi available downtown. Sheesh. Ask and ye shall receive… in the old Margarita’s spot on 4th street, you’ll soon find Soho Sushi, which, as reported by Ms5chw4r7z, will be opening soon. (Thanks to EM for the tip […]
Does it feel like Friday to you? I’ve been looking forward to Friday– and Friday night– all week. And Friday nights, for me, mean cocktail time! Not to tread on Wine Girl’s domain, but she’s pretty busy with the Wine Festival this weekend, so I […]
When I was recently in Philadelphia, I was encouraged by many to try the Pats and Geno’s challenge. They are, of course, the quintessential Philly cheesesteak places, across the street from one another and both drawing huge crowds. Each claims to be the best, and […]
Big congrats to Donna Covrett, whose articles on Bootsy’s, Sichuan Bistro, and Virgil’s , as well as a team-written piece on Chili are nominated for City and Regional Magazine Awards, including Food or Dining Writing and Leisure Writing, presented by the City and Regional Magazine […]
This is probably the weirdest restaurant closing I’ve heard of in the past few years. Courtyard Cafe, which has long been the only restaurant on Main Street in Over-the-Rhine (Iris Book Cafe serves food, but its focus is beverages), will remain open for the near […]
…with craft cocktails. Since sampling them at The Rookwood,Tonic, Bouchon in Vegas, private parties with Molly Wellman… Obsessed! Expect to see some posts here and on wine-girl.net soon. For now, I’m reading up and experimenting. What is your favorite craft or classic cocktail?
Have you folks heard about the PWC Oscar Night Party? It’s one of the only official Academy Award parties in the country. This year, it will be held on Sunday, March 7th at the Hilton Netherland Plaza. It will be created by Chef Kelly of […]