As the pool of OTR restaurants expands, will The Anchor hit a snag?
Injoy takes what you love about traditional South Asian cuisine and gives its Indian-inspired fare the Chipotle treatment
Ever wish you could go back to the simpler days of your childhood? Us, too. But we’ll settle for the next best thing at Keystone’s Mac Shack, where the food is unapologetically over-the-top and decidedly not mom-approved.
The Montgomery eatery sticks with tradition to set its Indian food apart.
The restaurant inspires an exploration of the depth and breadth of Japanese cuisine.
Countless businesses have come and gone on the strip of West McMillan Street between Clifton and West Clifton Avenues, but fortunately for Cilantro Vietnamese Bistro’s avid following, it reopened on the crowded block in July after a four-month hiatus.
It’s hard not to notice that Sacred Beast is always open. Through some Herculean effort, the restaurant operates seven days a week, from late morning until well past midnight on five of those nights, making food from scratch.
Like any good neighborhood spot, it is a family affair: Chefs Laurent and Cathy Degois moved to Cincinnati from western France, leaving behind a catering business to reunite with expatriate family members living in the area.
You could say Pendleton is going through a renaissance. Or maybe a boom, perhaps?
Like the farmhouse that Wildflower occupies, the imperfections are part of the charm.