“You can’t have great coffee without great water.”
Walking into Lola’s new Hyde Park location feels more like walking into the house of your eclectic aunt who makes a great cup of...
As the days get shorter but your to-do list gets longer, Cincinnati's west side is serving up some of the best brew in the city.
On those mercifully unscheduled summer days, bookstores offer a refuge to get lost in–and as fate would have it, these picks all have coffee shops blissfully close.
With a side of coffee.
When Reda Ouahidy opened downtown’s Café de Paris seven-odd years ago, he decided to create the kind of place where he’d like to go: Somewhere to sit and have “a proper cup” of coffee, as he describes it (that is, not in paper and not to-go).
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.
After her daughter, Cami Fussey, created a coffee festival in Michigan, Ilene Ross worked with her to replicate the showcase in Cincinnati.
His company, Smooth Nitro Coffee, opened its first brick-and-mortar shop downtown in May.
La Terza Coffee founder Chuck Pfahler graces the library’s 11th floor with a fancy new brew station.