There's a strong foundation of basics on the menu here, but some ambitious, fancier dishes don't succeed as well as the core fare.
The hearth-driven restaurant in downtown's 21c Museum Hotel has undergone some changes, but stays very familiar.
This neighborhood steakhouse is the latest immersive experience from Gorilla Cinema, the minds behind The Overlook Lodge, Tokyo Kitty, and Video Archive.
Change—in the form of Executive Chef Jack Hemmer—has been good to this Pendleton Italian spot.
The stuffed corn cakes alone are worth a visit, but there's plenty more on the menu.
This regional chain brings all the microbrewery vibes, except with wine (and better food).
Monroe's Main Street is home to authentic Thai and Laotian cuisine.
Reliable comfort food in an Art Deco bank building in East Walnut Hills.
Despite a turbulent year, during which two head chefs departed, Sartre still delivers.
We judged five local spots by crispiness, juiciness, size, and overall flavor to help you decide which fried chicken joint serves the tastiest tenders (and jazziest sauces).