From body paint to chamber music, Cincinnati makes saying goodbye to summer a little easier.
If it weren’t for the glowing fire pit out front and the familiar smells of smoked meat and burning firewood, it’d be easy to miss The Bourbon SmokeHouse.
B.J. Kim is the sauce whisperer.
If you hit this Sharonville mainstay around lunch hour, there’s so much middle-aged testosterone in the dining room you’ll expect an arm-wrestling championship to break out any minute.
The secret is, of course, the sauce.
Pickles & Bones Barbecue is more than just a tiny trailer at the crossroads.
Thaxton's Canoe + The Smoking Pig = A perfect late-summer day.
Because nothing says Mother's Day like clogging.
The heavenly aroma of the two steel drum smokers on the Garfield Place sidewalk carries for blocks.
This chili cook-off has quite a prize: Pappy Van Winkle bourbon.