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Metropole Announces New Executive Chef

Following the departure of longtime executive chef Jared Bennett this fall, downtown restaurant Metropole (located at 609 Walnut St. within the 21c Museum Hotel Cincinnati) has announced the hiring of its new executive chef...

Will The Anchor Sink or Swim?

As the pool of OTR restaurants expands, will The Anchor hit a snag?

Try This: Ham-and-Beer Cheese at The Bagelry

It’s filled with Avril-Bleh ham, plus a schmear of beer cheese—tangy and spicy, with malty notes from Fat Tire ale—on one slice and honey mustard on the other.

Try This: Mussels in Vodka Sauce at Eighth & English

Eighth & English’s mussels in vodka sauce is a dish of wonderful contradictions.

Molly Wellmann Writes Her Own Sequel

After the dissolution of Wellmann’s Brands, the illustrious barkeep who paved the way for OTR’s Main Street revival defines her own destiny as the owner of Molly’s Brands.

Now Open: Station Family + BBQ

After much anticipation following the announcement earlier this year, Caitlin Steininger and Kelly Trush of Cooking with Caitlin, along with their business partner and friend Karen Klaus, have debuted Station Family + BBQ. Housed...

CWC Chef Caitlin Steininger Competes on Season 16 of Bravo’s Top Chef

"It is the only food competition show that I ever wanted to do, and I never tried out until I thought I could truly compete and win the competition."

The Cincinnati Zoo Unveils Big Renovation Plans

The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, approaching its 150th birthday in 2025, is embarking on a bold new campaign to celebrate the milestone by expanding several wildlife exhibits, easing visitor logistics, and adding family friendly experiential attractions.

Time To Make The Cheddar: Cheese-Making At Evanston’s Urban Stead

Farmstead-style cheesemaking, waste reduction, and community giveback are everything at Urban Stead Cheese. Here’s how they churn out their cheddar.

Seven Essential Services You Can Get Downtown

A run to the hardware store or the dry cleaner doesn't require a car if you're downtown.