Chefs and Restaurateurs

Tableside with Father Kyle Schnippel, Priest and Baker

Schnippel preaches at St. John Neumann and Corpus Christi churches, and last December he appeared on ABC’s Great American Baking Show. For him, baking and priesthood go hand in hand.

Annabel Stolley, the (Retired) Queen of Brunch

Annabel’s was ahead of its time when it opened in 2008. We asked chef and owner Annabel Stolley, who retired the joint in 2015, about her brief but trailblazing reign.

Seven Super Sausage Makers

These meat masters keep Cincinnati’s rich Porkopolis history alive

Local Chefs on the Best Restaurants, Best Bars, and What’s Missing

We sat down with 8 chefs from the best of Cincinnati's dining scene to learn their favorite spots in the Queen City.

Mark Wahlberg Gets Saucy

Actor/entrepreneur offers burger advice during Cincinnati's Wahlburgers appearance.

Q&A with Jeremy Lieb, co-founder of OTR’s Sacred Beast

Maisonette veterans Jeremy and Bridget Lieb venture out on their own to open Over-the-Rhine’s Sacred Beast, a modern diner serving classic fare with a refined spin, set to debut this month.

Q&A with Pedro Rangel, Cofounder of Seoul Hot Chicken

This former Boca chef is cofounder of Findlay Market’s Seoul Hot Chicken pop-up—an instant success this past fall. Plus, he's working on a food hall concept slated to open spring 2019.

Try This: The Coffee Cake at The Coffee Exchange

Every Saturday morning I walk to Coffee Exchange in Pleasant Ridge to pick up coffee, which is great, and coffee cake, which is the greatest.

Katharina’s Café-Konditorei Closes

Newport’s German cuisine neighborhood spot unexpectedly shuts down

Q&A with The Farmstand Market and Café’s Tricia Houston

After selling a portion of her Gallatin County farm, Tricia Houston followed her passion for supporting local farmers and food, opening The Farmstand Market and Café in Union in July.

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