Enoteca Emilia is doing lovely things in uncertain times. The Italian restaurant is a reboot worthy of its original O’Bryonville iteration.
What was once Dick’s Standard Service—an iconic Covington car-repair business—is now a different kind of filling station.
At the corner of Erie and Edwards in Hyde Park, Mesa Loca's elevated cocktails and Mexican dishes offer an escape from the everyday.
Cincinnati’s dining scene far outstrips, in breadth and quality, what you would expect. Pepp & Dolores is another fine addition to this mosaic.
The boutique steakhouse from Chef-Owner Anthony Sitek delivers a solid dining experience with a few well-placed surprises.
Great Tang in West Chester can help you discover the real flavors of Chinese cuisine with its vast menu of traditional Chinese favorites.
It's a new look and a new menu for The Golden Lamb’s tavern counterpart.
Goose & Elder is the third restaurant from Chef Jose Salazar, whose first two are among the city’s best.
A new location for a Findlay Market favorite keeps all our favorites, and adds a new bar and carryout-only entrance.
There's a lot of potential at this rooftop spot that's great for a drink with, yes, a lovely view.