Germania is billed as the most authentic Oktoberfest in the city—a bold claim considering how much Cincinnatians love their bratwurst.
Sweet corn! Juicy tomatoes! Cool Cukes! Power Greens! Where to find the best local produce, from market to table.
Since its opening in 1909, thousands of women have walked through the doors of the Anna Louise Inn—some apprehensive, some thrilled, but most unaware how a short stay at one simple place could change the course of their lives.
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Executive Chef Hideki Harada
Pork buns a la David Chang
The divine ramen tonkotsu.
Three drinks: Lapsang's Lament, Araki, Geisha's Kiss
The sushi counter at one end of the open kitchen.
The OTR roll
Preparing the OTR roll.
Soy Bean Hummus and Chips
More photos from the May 2013 Dining Out review.
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