After 123 burgers, epic levels of face-stuffing, and a few bouts of the meat sweats, our intrepid eaters narrowed the field to the top 45. Only one (very big) question remains: Which one will you try first?
Here’s the lay of the somewhat centrally-divided land: the places to go, the people to see, the customs, traditions, and tribal rites to be aware of when you cross the line. Don’t worry: Your side is still totally the best side.
At age 5, she told her parents that a beagle was speaking her name. Puzzled, they listened closer and discovered it was. Now she’s 20, and more and more people are talking about this unpredictable, tenacious, refreshingly unscripted soccer player.
What do a German brunch, Robert Redford, and the Cincinnati Zoo have in common? Not much, except for the fact that they are all happening this week, offering a great opportunity to show mom just how great she really is.
Few have dined with the mafia and made it out alive, but don’t let their unblinking gaze unnerve you. Through the doors of Covington’s Goodfellas Pizzeria, the great Hollywood dons stare down from their frames on the walls.
Reading programs abound in summer (The Cincinnati Public Library and Joseph-Beth Booksellers are two terrific options) but even the most ardent young readers need a push in June, July and August. In this entirely unscientific poll of area bookworms aged 9-12, we’ve curated a literary menu for all palates.