Category: bits and bites

The Roundup of Entries for the #wmdmbestbite and Cincinnati Food and Wine Classic contest!
Read This: Senate Street and Savory
For Science: Meal Delivery Services

For Science: Meal Delivery Services

A lot of people think that, because I write about restaurants, I don’t cook. False. Actually, I don’t think you can write about restaurants (or any sort of food) if you don’t cook.  I’ve been cooking since I was kid, and haven’t stopped.  Sometimes, though, […]

Mini-Review: Mike-Sell’s Cincinnati Chili Chips & Buffalo Puffcorn Delites
Giveaway: Penn Station

Giveaway: Penn Station

If you didn’t win the Art of Food tickets, I’m sorry– but I do have a chance for you to win $20 to my favorite local guilty-pleasure chain. Penn Station is not an “authentic” cheesesteak — they use real provolone and add banana peppers, not […]

Pontiac Bourbon & Barbecue to open in Summer

Pontiac Bourbon & Barbecue to open in Summer

I don’t think Vine Street smells good enough. You have the wafting of donuts, tacos, pizza, truffle fries, fried chicken, Asian food… what’s it missing? Barbecue, of course. Dan Wright is opening up his next restaurant, Pontiac Bourbon & Barbecue, “sometime this summer”, said Wright […]

Giveaway: Art of Food Tickets!
Art of Food: Friday, February 28th

Art of Food: Friday, February 28th

Art of Food gets bigger and better every year. Each year, chefs and artists take over the Carnegie with food-themed art, both edible and not. The exhibit runs through March 16th, but the best time to go is its opening night on Friday, February 28th. […]

Dave Taylor Leaves La Poste

Dave Taylor Leaves La Poste

Dave Taylor and Kelly Lough, founding partners in La Poste and Django Western Taco, are moving on to new opportunities and will be leaving the restaurants after a transition period, says Jens Rosenkrantz, owner of La Poste and Django. No word yet on Taylor’s next […]

1 Night 12 Kitchens Date Set

1 Night 12 Kitchens Date Set

1 Night 12 Kitchens, one of the best food events each year– after all, you get to sample food from the top chefs in the city, and the proceeds go to the Midwest Culinary Institute, which is helping mold the next top chefs in the […]

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