Fresh onto the Cincinnati restaurant scene, Muse’s executive chef is busting preconceptions about fine dining, one (healthy) dish at a time.
These fancy brunches are worth dressing up for.
The latest dining project from Jim Cornwell (of Dutch’s fame), is a très élégant (and slightly cheeky) approach to brasserie-style French cuisine.
From comics to the cosmos, there is something for everyone to see in Cincinnati this weekend.
Abigail Street stays current with new dishes but still nails the classics.
Please is a font of invention and originality, but a solid dash of soulful simplicity could make it exceptional.
Few restaurants hit you with the operatic drama of Boca.
Few restaurants are as exceptional as Abigail Street while making zero fuss about it.
There isn’t a better date night destination in town.
While chef-owner Jose Salazar’s sophomore effort has been a runaway success (and garnered plenty of James Beard award attention), what brings us back, time and again, are hyper-fresh flavors so pure that dinner feels simultaneously virtuous and decadent.