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Joanne Drilling

Joanne Drilling is the former Dining Editor of Cincinnati Magazine. She is currently the National Data Reporter for American Business Journals.

Leyla Mediterranean is a Turkish Delight in Anderson Township

As most Mediterranean food fans know, rule number one is to come with your crew.

Cooking With Caitlin Goes from Blog to Brick-and-Mortar with CWC the Restaurant

For over-the-top hospitality and an intoxicatingly good time, I heartily recommend CWC the Restaurant.

Transparent Pie Is A Thing, And You Should Try It

Not to be confused with that Southern staple chess pie, the transparent pies and tarts from Magee’s Bakery in Maysville feature the addition of milk to their decadent filling.

Cincinnati Ballet To Stage Romeo & Juliet

The 2017–2018 season will celebrate its return to the Over-the-Rhine venue with Shakespeare’s classic love story, the first narrative ballet of the season.

Taft Museum of Art Shows 200+ Years of Historic Quilts

Move beyond the basic blanket stitch with The Taft Museum of Art’s autumnal exhibit dedicated to mosaic patchwork quilts.

Cincinnati Art Museum Exhibits The Work of Albrecht Dürer

Don’t miss Dürer’s Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, a seminal woodblock print completed in 1497.

The Birch Is Terrace Park’s Neighborhood Café

For a casual, high quality supper, go east, young man!

Maribelle’s Is A Farm-To-Table Standout In Oakley

Never underestimate the significance, not to mention the longevity, of the neighborhood watering hole.

Middle Fork Kitchen Bar Is A Southern Comfort Food Destination

"Rarely am I impressed by the effects of molecular gastronomy, but there’s always an exception: Bravo, Middle Fork."

In the Kitchen With Hans Tandrup

In the mid-1970s, Hans Tandrup was the executive chef of The Gourmet Room, the now defunct restaurant that sat atop the Terrace Plaza hotel and these days is best known for its Joan Miró...