Behind the counter at Porter’s Pinball Parlor on Main Street in Over-the-Rhine, proprietor Brian Porter has erected a shrine of sorts, a series of questions and answers noting important moments in pinball history.
Your kiddo's spring fever is probably even more intense than your own (if that's possible...). And while they might not care about sweet little dresses and bloomers and rompers, we can certainly care for them and outfit their spring wardrobes accordingly.
A partial audience shot for one of the shows. Ticket demand was so high for Cincinnati, that the TC tour added an extra show to both the Hebron and Hyde Park locations for a total of eight over two days.
Another partial audience shot. The tent seats approximately 100, with standing room only for another 100-plus around the perimeter. According to Fred, master of ceremonies (and marketing director for NBC Universal), Cincinnati's audience numbers were the largest for the TC tour thus far.
Lamb was the protein chosen by Cincinnati fans on the TC tour's Facebook page. Chef Richard Blais chose a cross cut of lamb leg, "fast slow-cooked" it, and perched it atop a smooth turnip puree partnered with pickled radishes and turnip greens.
Another first for the tour, no other city had chosen lamb as the protein (let's see how they feel about goetta next time around). Chef Eli Kirshtein served lamb sausage with pea puree, spring onion, fennel, and pecorino romano, and finished it with a drizzle of white truffle oil.