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  • I was crossing the street on my wa The Dish Hidden Gems Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Wednesday April 10 2013 Uncle Mo s is one of my new favorite downtown lunch spots I have to walk about eight blocks to get there but even in the cold it s been worth it Now with the nice weather go Diner Up The Food Chain How Andrew Mersmann made his way from bussing tables to running Django Western Taco Anne Mitchell 10 Comments Wednesday April 3 2013 Unlikely things that made an impact on Cincinnati s culinary scene Andrew Mersmann s mother gave him a cast iron skillet for his birthday when he was a teenager Drink Local Symbiosis MadTree Brewing and Napoleon Ridge Farm Anne Mitchell 1 Comments Tuesday March 26 2013 Add this to your list of local beers MadTree They ve been up and running since the end of January filling kegs and growlers and are about to start canning for broader distribution Diner Sixth Street Lives Boca group to offer accessible high quality dining at new trattoria Sotto Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Tuesday March 19 2013 Just as La Normandie was more casual than its upstairs neighbor The Maisonette calling itself a tavern and chop house Sotto will be more approachable both in atmosphere and price than Boca The Dish Dining News for March Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Tuesday March 12 2013 If you re looking for suggestions and want to break out of your routines take the leap of faith and go independent These entrepreneurs will love you for it Drink Maker s Mark Promotes Honest Bourbon Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Tuesday February 26 2013 Why would Maker s announce that they were reducing the percentage of alcohol in their bourbon from 45 percent to 42 percent

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  • 3009 O Bryon St O Bryonville is now open Chef owner Renee Schuler s newest endeavor is just what I expected fresh polished and yet simple and comforting Drink New Year New Drink Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Wednesday January 2 2013 Drinking is tough to do well No I m not talking about when you let your beer run down your chin People that is completely outside my area of expertise I m talking about having the confidence it takes to order a good cocktail Diner Dishing Out 2012 Local foodies trends and ingredients make Cincy s dining scene shine Anne Mitchell 5 Comments Wednesday December 26 2012 As we wrap up 2012 in Cincinnati we ve got a helluva story to tell and some bragging to do I write about drinks and dining and I can t even get around to all the new places that are opening The Dish Holiday Dish Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Wednesday December 12 2012 Whether your favorite version of A Christmas Carol stars Alastair Sim or Donald Duck there s something endearing about Scrooge s change of heart and Tiny Tim s blessing And how about that Christmas goose The Golden Lamb has it Drink Coffee Talk Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Tuesday December 4 2012 People love Dojo at Findlay Market for their gelato I am hopeless in the face of their delicious affogato This espresso gelato float has gotten me through many a difficult day On a recent visit Dojo owner Michael Christner advised me that he was about to up the ante The Dish A Very Findlay Holiday Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Tuesday November 20 2012 Aren t you glad you don t live in the days when sugarplums were a big Christmas treat What is a sugarplum anyway I m

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  • Block ZBGB s intriguing concept could use a little polishing The Dish It s the Great Pumpkin People Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Wednesday October 24 2012 I just read in New York magazine that pumpkin is the new bacon They may be on to something Listen to this shopping list a friend just posted on Facebook pumpkin coffee pumpkin oatmeal pumpkin cream cheese pumpkin butter pumpkin cider and pumpkin chip biscotti Eat that and you re likely to start glowing all orangey Drink Autumn Wines Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Wednesday October 10 2012 These are quality wines under 15 that taste expensive as hell said my neighbor and one of my go to wine guys Alfonse Mele senior wine consultant at Dep s Fine Wines in Covington They re all unique You could pour these in order for a great tasting or pair them with just about any holiday meal and impress your guests Diner All s Well That Eat s Well Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Wednesday October 10 2012 Cooking for Martha Stewart has got to be a little like sharing your film project with Woody Allen right Surreal is the word Cincinnati chef and caterer Renee Schuler of Eat Well Celebrations and Feasts uses to describe her recent experience cooking for Martha someone who set the bar for beautiful food when Schuler was growing up The Dish Exciting Openings Expansions and One Strange Addition Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Wednesday September 26 2012 New and notable on the dining scene is the latest addition to the Washington Park OTR Gateway District The Anchor 14th and Race Over the Rhine After a few days of serving family and friends to get in the groove full service operations started on Sept 18 Drink Fall Beer Brewing Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Wednesday September 12 2012 I m more inclined to pop open a bottle from the experts but hey I don t have the White House staff on hand to fix what ales me So I asked a home brewing friend Matt Canale a video game developer in L A to fill me in on his experience and give our readers some tips on how to get started Diner Mama s Back and She s Better than Ever Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Wednesday September 12 2012 Shanghai Mama s was closed for nine months following a fire last October There was some despair among downtowners as the months dragged on Call it the dark night of the soul But Mama s back and I m happy to report that she s better than ever Cool Issue Apple Time 12 local apple y adaptations Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Wednesday September 5 2012 Summer s the soggy time of year It s steamy but when fall rolls around you ve got a chance at staying starched Fall s the crisp season fall s an apple The Dish End of Summer Dining News Notes Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Wednesday August 29 2012 Washington Park is

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  • the gorgeous new Washington Park and planning for September and the MidPoint Music Festival This town is on a roll people Drink Cool Cocktails for a Hot Summer Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Wednesday July 18 2012 Hot days mean cold beer right That s what I used to think too Nowadays I like summer cocktails that are lighter more creative and tastier than the old standby Sure they re not as easy as opening a frosty bottle but they don t have to be a major Tiki type production either Diner Mantra on the Hill Review Mount Adams new mantra Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Wednesday July 18 2012 When David and Liz Cook of Daveed s at 934 decided this year to try a new concept in Loveland Daveed s Next the Mount Adams space Daveed s had occupied at 934 Hatch St was not vacant long Mantra on the Hill opened in late May lead by Chef Yajan Upadhyaya originally chef owner of Cumin in Hyde Park Food Drink Market Garden in Place for World Choir Games by Anne Mitchell CommentsCant Thursday July 5 2012 There are plenty of restaurants downtown but for the World Choir Games the city has set up a Market Garden at the corner of Fifth and Race streets to provide additional options that are fast and affordable It s a great Taste of Cincinnati opportunity without the crowds and long lines Eats include local food trucks and Cincinnati s own Mecklenburg Gardens A Taste of Julia sweets The Dish World Choir Games Dinner Deals Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Tuesday July 3 2012 The hills around here anyway are alive with the sound of music Everyone is singing this week in honor of the World Choir Games which you ve got to admit have actually become the Very Cool Thing that our civic leaders were predicting It s nice to see the city filled with people arriving from all over the globe enjoying Cincinnati and all it has to offer I suspect that a choir like an army travels on its stomach These singers are going to need sustenance Snacks Skyline Diner June Dining Brought To You By The Letter W Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Wednesday June 6 2012 With CityBeat s Dining Guide hot off the presses you d think there d be nothing new to report on the local eating front but you d be wrong The food scene just keeps booming and you need a scorecard to know the players Here s some news and an important June time reminder Dining Wright On a Roll Best new chef in the Midwest dicusses his food the local dining scene and the future Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Thursday May 31 2012 Chef Daniel Wright who owns Senate with his wife Lana is Food Wine s People s Choice for the Best New Chef in the Midwest He has two hit restaurants in the hottest neighborhood in town He is days away from becoming the

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  • we drove out Columbia Parkway there was a gorgeous bright rainbow in the sky that arched almost down to the diner s doors Best Of Cincinnati Storied Past Bright Future The renaissance of the Gateway Quarter hearkens a celebrated history Anne Mitchell 1 Comments Tuesday March 27 2012 The Gateway Quarter should have its own zip code Four Five Two Oh Oh Oh Located in the south central area of Over the Rhine during the past few years the Gateway has become a dining mecca It s home to some of the hippest new eateries in town with rampant buzz amongst the Twitterati and lines out the doors on weekend nights Diner Bakersfield OTR Review Whiskey tequila taco spot joins the burgeoning Gateway scene Anne Mitchell 1 Comments Tuesday March 6 2012 How lucky would you have to be to live in the Gateway District right now We ve raved about so many great places that have opened recently Now it s Bakersfield s turn Cover Story Mardi Gras By the Bite Local eateries offer traditional foods to celebrate the start of Lent Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Tuesday February 14 2012 Fat Tuesday the day before Christians settle down to 40 lean days of Lent is part of almost every culture whether it s called Carnevale Shrove Tuesday or Pancake Day But before you pick up that Hurricane glass and get your beads on you d best pick up a fork and get something substantial in your tummy The Dish Winter Inspiration Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Tuesday February 7 2012 I m writing this on a January afternoon and there s a bright blue cloudless sky outside Weird but in a good way right I never would have expected anything but grey snow during this time of year but with the sun shining I feel energetic and inspired Food Drink British Treats for Watching Downton Abbey by Anne Mitchell CommentsCant Wednesday January 11 2012 I haven t had cable TV for the past five years We watch DVDs and we ve got streaming Netflix so I ve never missed day to day TV that is until the season two premiere of Downton Abbey Yes I know how big of a geek that makes me I ve been pining away to find out what happens next on this Masterpiece Theater British costume drama soap opera ever since I watched Season 1 in practically one sitting on Netflix There s a war you know Poor Bates Sweet Anna And would Lady Mary ever confess to her love for Matthew and or give her sister Edith the slapping she so richly deserves Well apparently I wasn t alone The premiere last Sunday night raked in 4 2 million American viewers which is double the normal nightly average for PBS It was like the nerd Super Bowl I went out and bought an antenna for my TV so I could watch it I felt like a crafty Dowager Countess but without the corset So

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  • I was growing up my dad insisted that on every New Year s Day we eat sauerkraut and knockwurst He d cook a giant roasting pan full of it Jumbo sausages bursting with fat surrounded by kraut apples and onions and god knows what and we had to dig in or else Diner Abigail Street Review New Over the Rhine wine bar is a delightful slice of cool Anne Mitchell 2 Comments Wednesday December 14 2011 I used to think ham was the furthest back piece of the pig I d ever eat since trotters don t appeal to me But no I ve had pigtail And I liked it Don t let the image of a curly pink spiral deter you The pigtail I ate at the newly opened Abigail Street in the Gateway Quarter was discreetly uncorkscrewed into bits of delicious porky goodness The Dish Jimmy G s a Cookbook BBQ and Beer Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Wednesday December 7 2011 What s cooking in December For a start there s the new cookbook from Chef Todd Kelly of Orchids at Palm Court Kelly the American Culinary Federation s 2011 Chef of the Year teamed up with local food blogger Midwest Culinary Institute graduate Courtney Tsitouris of Epi ventures to share recipes from one of my favorite restaurants in the city scaled down to prepare at home Lunchline Mad for Mike s Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Tuesday November 22 2011 When the word gets out about Mad Mike s Burgers Fries 6420 Dixie Hwy Florence 859 647 6444 you re not going to be able to push your way through the crowds to get in Put the paper down now and go and you can finish reading this when you get back Holiday Long Lost Art Experienced butchers can help take holiday meals to the next level Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Tuesday November 22 2011 If you don t know meat know your butcher is advice I read on a butcher shop window a long time ago It came back to me recently when I read an article in The New York Times titled The Lost Art of Buying From a Butcher The bottom line An experienced butcher will gladly tell you more than a package ever will Diner A Trattoria Tradition Barresi s is the perfect spot for a cozy Italian dinner Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Wednesday November 9 2011 Barresi s has been around for ages since 1963 and I remember being very impressed back in 2005 when I heard that the original owners had sold the business to a young woman who d started her career there bussing tables Eventually she worked her way through culinary school and came back loving the tradition of this neighborhood trattoria She was right there s a lot to love at Barresi s Cutting edge it s not but for a cozy Italian dinner it s a good choice Food Drink Drinking Tip Sparkling Cinnamon Apple Cocktail Morton s

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  • less nutritious than maple syrup But hey it s a holiday Diner Tis the Season for Frisch s Pumpkin Pie Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Tuesday October 11 2011 I recently posed a question to my legion of Facebook admirers Pumpkin pie Frisch s And the response I got was basically There are others Point taken In Cincinnati and its surrounding areas the fall tradition that always outperforms our high dollar sports teams is an 8 inch round pie that retails for just under nine bucks The Dish Big Move for Boca Anne Mitchell 2 Comments Wednesday October 5 2011 Big news Boca s moving downtown to the home of the long loved and lamented Maisonette on Sixth Street My reaction is Yay in a word but for everyone of a certain generation who says yay there are dozens of younger people who say Huh People who started college this year were born in 1993 I have underwear that s older than they are Look Who s Eating Todd Kelly Chef Orchids at the Palm Court Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Tuesday September 27 2011 I used to have a rule Never eat in a hotel and never sleep in a restaurant In downtown Cincinnati though that rule is made to be broken Orchids at the Palm Court in the Hilton Netherland Plaza is world class Executive Chef Todd Kelly was named Chef of the Year by the American Culinary Federation Diner Meritage Review Glendale s latest stellar dining option Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Tuesday September 20 2011 With legacy eateries like Grand Finale and the beloved Friendly Stop Glendale s always been a great neighborhood for dining Now it s added a new option this fall with Meritage Owners Tom and Kriste Fowee the chef opened their doors in early August The grey clad building is just north of the center of Glendale on the way to Tri county Diner La Badiya Review Friendly and low key Erlanger restaurant is a Mediterranean delight Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Wednesday September 14 2011 I m glad to report that La Badiya has redeemed the Country Kitchen s sins This friendly low key restaurant makes good authentic fresh food that really is from somebody s grandmother s recipes somebody s Turkish grandmother And guess what the Turkish word for grandmother is Anneanne I like it We had a wonderful dinner at La Badiya The Dish Rise To Fall Anne Mitchell 0 Comments Wednesday September 14 2011 The recent Do Downtown Restaurant Week was a big hit at least for me I had an exceptional three course prix fixe dinner at Orchids at the Palm Court for just 35 It was elegant and delicious and I couldn t figure out why the place wasn t packed Well if you are sorry you missed that deal there s another chance right away with Greater Cincinnati Independent Restaurant Week Twenty five local independent restaurants will feature three course meals for 26 11 Diner Moonshine Whiskey and Wild

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    CityBeat Television and Radio http www citybeat com cincinnati articles sec 24 1 television and radio html Nightmares Dreamscapes revives a shaky television genre

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