Author: Julie Niesen

Tom + Chee Opens on Fountain Square

Tom + Chee Opens on Fountain Square

This is a concept I can get behind: Tom + Chee (short for Tomato Soup + Grilled Cheese) opened yesterday on Fountain Square, near the ice rink. They will be serving grilled cheese and tomato soup (naturally), including your standard white bread and American cheese […]

Jean-Robert de Cavel files suit to challenge non-compete
Discuss:  Thanksgiving Leftovers

Discuss: Thanksgiving Leftovers

(Guest post by The Boyfriend) I smoked a turkey for Thanksgiving this year. Of course, I had a little trouble getting my lips around it. ([Rim shot]  Thank you.  Drive safely, everybody.  I’ll be here all week.  Be sure to tip your waiters and waitresses.  […]

Review: Green Dog Cafe

Review: Green Dog Cafe

Locavorism– it’s what’s for dinner. Or, in the case of Green Dog Cafe, brunch and lunch. Terry and I stopped by a few weeks ago to try out brunch at this new East Side restaurant, owned by Mark and Mary Swortwood, the same folks who […]

FreestoreFoodbank and LaRosa’s

FreestoreFoodbank and LaRosa’s

You all know that wine me, dine me is proud to support the FreestoreFoodbank. Here’s an easy way to support them– if you like LaRosa’s pizza, any time you order a large pizza (any variety), LaRosa’s will donate a portion of the proceeds to the […]

Quick Dining Deal: Nicola and Via Vite
A Cincinnati Thanksgiving

A Cincinnati Thanksgiving

I can’t tell you how many people, when hearing I’m from Cincinnati (after they mention the chili) start singing the WKRP theme. I’ve discussed this episode with several people this week, in particular @AmandaBlum and @700BillReinhart, so I figured I would link to it. “As […]

Happy Thanksgiving!
Mayberry to Open for Dinner

Mayberry to Open for Dinner

Yay! Mayberry, the new restaurant created by the folks who brought you World Food Bar, will be opening for dinner on Friday and Saturday from 5:30-9 and Sunday brunch from 10a-2p. They don’t have a liquor license, so BYOB. They’re in the 900 block of […]

Followup to the Ambar India shooting

Followup to the Ambar India shooting

Several people have asked me if I’d heard anything else– until today, I hadn’t. Interesting story in the Enquirer about possible motive behind the shooting. It’s no secret that there are rivalries among the Indian restaurant owners in Cincinnati (have you ever accidenally parked at […]

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