Ever since it began dishing out its lo-fi eats three years ago, Chef Dan Wright’s gastropub has been operating at a velocity few can match.
From T.G.I. Friday’s to Teller’s, R.P. McMurphy’s, Honey, LaPoste, and Metropole, the 36 year-old Leftin has crammed a lot into his 16-year career, including a solid grasp on the worlds of wine and beer and a first-level sommelier pin.
Kelly Lough Phillips began her service career at Gold Star Chili at the age of 10, and now, at 35, is the Director of Operations for JKBD, the partnership that owns and operates two restaurants, La Poste Eatery in Clifton and Django Western Taco in Northside.
A native of Italy, a “citizen of the world,” Leo Cangiano delivers his “no table left behind” hospitality at Nicola’s with genuine warmth, an infectious laugh, and a lot of humor.
A bartender at JeanRo Bistro for six years before settling in behind the bar at Jean-Robert’s Table in 2010, Jeannie is one of the most popular bartenders in the city.
In which we ponder the sometimes crazy, occasionally confounding, reliably complicated life of Aroldis Chapman, the fastest pitcher on earth.
Nothing seems beyond the realm of possibility to Thane Maynard, and his stories are testament to his perpetual optimism.
In 1947, the same year Jackie Robinson broke Major League Baseball’s color barrier, Thomas “High Pockets” Turner joined the Chicago American Giants.
Georgia native Marian Kelly now serves as vice president of the Cincinnati Film Society, and while she may be soft-spoken, her style comes through loud and clear.
A grand Villa Hills home built by and for restaurant and nightclub magnate Richard Schilling and his wife Marie Theresa.
The Giftbox This colorful store is bursting at the seams. From old-fashioned candy (think wax bottles, candy buttons) and kiddie puzzles to Vera Bradley bags and DaVinci charm beads, you’d be hard-pressed not to find a gift for the tchotchke-lover in your life. There is an array of Cincinnati sports team souvenirs, fancy picture frames, […]
Troy’s Café is not what it seems. Located at the end of a plain West Chester strip mall populated with beauty salons and florists, its earth-toned walls—accented by colorful canvases and decorative wine bottles—exude a sophisticated ambiance. But after sitting down and perusing the menu, we had to place our order at the front counter, fast-food style. And the help-yourself ethos didn’t end there.