Author: Julie Niesen

And we have a winner!

And we have a winner!

I just closed comments on the Fully Loaded Tea post, and we have a winner via random.org… #33! …which was a trackback. So I went again! #20! Susan R, I’ll be emailing you momentarily so you can send me your address, and you’ll receive your […]

Fully Loaded Teas (Enter to Win)

Fully Loaded Teas (Enter to Win)

I get lots of PR pitches, and accept very few.  I’ve got two more that you’ll see in the next couple of weeks– all revolving around food and drink, but not restaurant-oriented– so stay tuned. The first ptich was from Fully Loaded Teas, which just […]

Save OTR.

Save OTR.

A couple of disclosures: 1) I have lived in Over-the-Rhine for three years, and have spent the better part of a decade in and around OTR and downtown, living, working and playing. The Boyfriend and I recently purchased a condo and are invested in the […]

Two years?

Two years?

Have I really been doing this for two years? I started wine me, dine me two years ago on January 3. As I was busy recovering from a trip before going on another one, I sort of forgot. Oops. Here’s to many more years of […]

Review: Melt Eclectic Deli

Review: Melt Eclectic Deli

Northside has such a great concentration of unique restaurants, and other fun things to do. Slim’s, Honey, Take the Cake, Sidewinders, Hideaway and Melt– to name a few! I’ve done Slim’s, Honey, and Take the Cake (and have a review of Hideway pending), leaving Sidewinders […]

Review: Venice on Vine

Review: Venice on Vine

So, in the past three months, I’ve been in 5 states and three countries, and had two mailing addresses: in other words, I’ve moved and traveled a LOT. Thus, not so many reviews because, to be honest, I’ve been eating out everywhere BUT Cincinnati, and […]

wine me, dine me on Slashfood

wine me, dine me on Slashfood

Finally– two articles I interviewed for while I was in Boston in October got published in Slashfood.  They corrected the photo and my URL really quickly– awesome, Slashfood!  Not entirely sure where he got the abbreviation “Cinty”– that’s a new one. More content soon– this […]

Aroma Opened in Kenwood

Aroma Opened in Kenwood

Romy Jung’s new venture, Aroma, is now open to the public in Kenwood, near Nordstrom. He just sent me a sample of the menu: Appetizers: Vietnamese Chicken Roll Soy Cured Salmon Horseradish with Edamame puree Atlantic Salmon sliders Entree: Orecchiette Pasta Braised Lamb Flat iron […]

Cincinnati E.A.T.S Announces Winter Venue: The Palace at the Cincinnatian

Cincinnati E.A.T.S Announces Winter Venue: The Palace at the Cincinnatian

Cincinnati E.A.T.S announced its winter venue yesterday– the Cincinnatian. The meal, which is at a fixed price of $36 (including tax and tip), includes three courses. Drinks are separate, and donations are welcomed for the FreestoreFoodBank. The event is on Thursday, February 4 at 7 […]

New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions

Part of me really despises resolutions. First, statistically, they’re pretty much guaranteed to fail. Second, why not just change things midyear? I generally just change things as I go along, but as the end of the year (and beginning of a new one) is a […]

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