The old Betta’s is now Cafe Istanbul– Turkish food, related to the location at Newport on the Levee. There’s quite an international presence in Mt. Lookout– Thai, Japanese, Turkish– can’t wait to (re)try it again– I haven’t been to Cafe Istanbul in a couple of […]
So, this article will appear in some form in Metromix’s dining guide. The inspiration? Where to eat before you move out of Cincinnati (or die)– but I didn’t want it to be “Skyline, Montgomery Inn, Graeter’s” but instead, some of my favorite stuff you can […]
I’m actually on hold with the Cooking with Caitlin ladies! Check out 550 WKRC right now to hear me talk about dining and dating in Cincinnati.
If you happen into a Max and Erma’s on November 5, bring a flyer from the Krystal Pepper Scholarship, and the group will receive 20% of your purchases as a fundraiser for their charity. Longtime readers of this blog know that Michelle Lentz lost her […]
Okay, I promise, after tomorrow: no more politics. At least until next year! Issue 2, in the state of Ohio, adds a constitutional amendment providing for the formation of an agricultural board to oversee farming procedures in the Buckeye State. Sounds good, right? It’s a […]
I love local cookbooks. The Junior League– whether here or elsewhere– is known for it. Terry’s quite the aficianado– he’s got Junior League and church cookbooks from all over the country, including the best selling River Road cookbooks from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. They sell more […]
The Business Courier is reporting that Jean-Robert’s Table, set to open the first of December, will violate his non-compete, which is set to expire a year after their partnership ends. I’m not a lawyer, and won’t even try to think about the non-compete. Aren’t non-competes […]