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Thunderdome Brings The Fun To Kaze & 36 Chambers Bar Relaunch

The Cincinnati restaurant group relaunches with a new menu and Wu-Tang Clan–inspired decor.

A New Cincinnati Art Museum Exhibit Showcases the Kimono’s Influence on Contemporary Fashion

This summer, the Cincinnati Art Museum is featuring a new exhibit that celebrates one very specific item’s impact on the rest of the world: the kimono.

Comfort Station Brings Refreshing Cocktails to Walnut Hills

The area's newest bar opens in a 105-year-old bygone public bathhouse.

The Wonderful Weirdness of the Northside Fourth of July Parade

We talk with the organizers of the 150-year-old event about its past, present, and particularly peculiar moments.

Retro-Themed Homemakers Bar Opens Its Doors in OTR

The nostalgic spot features low-proof cocktails and light bites.

Eight Refreshing Queen City Cocktails to Try This Summer

These locally crafted boozy beverages taste great and cool you down.

Arnold’s Bar & Grill Hosts the Return of Cincinnati Garlic Festival

The Cincinnati Garlic Festival makes a comeback this year at Arnold’s Bar & Grill this Friday and Saturday. Originally held by previous Arnold’s owner Jim Tarbell at (now-closed) Grammer’s in 1998, the parking lot...

Clifton Gets its First Rooftop Bar at Gaslight Bar & Grill

Gaslight Bar & Grill, the swanky new restaurant that opened in January in the old Ludlow Avenue library branch in Clifton, has unveiled its rooftop terrace for spring. Owners Dave and Claudia Taylor bought...

Top 5 Mother’s Day Brunches

Tulips are blooming, songbirds are singing, and Mother’s Day is right around the corner. Celebrate your mom this Sunday, May 12, the Queen City way at one of these five brunch spots. From Blue...

Burning Man Comes to the Cincinnati Art Museum

A participatory exhibition inspired by Buning Man, a weeklong experiment in community, that encourages visitors to dance, listen, and even burn down a temple.