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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2017/09/13 09:52:17 (permalink)
Former NJ residents may be excited to hear that a bagel joint opening (intended) at Findlay Market at the end of September will have Taylor Ham on the menu
 
http://www.citybeat.com/food-drink/eats-feature/article/20974704/new-yorkstyle-otr-bagel-bar-will-explore-creative-flavor-combinations-at-findlay-market
 
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2017/09/18 13:08:42 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby chickenplucker 2017/11/06 16:46:44
Capturing this quote from Michael Stern for future reference within this thread
 
from: https://roadfood.com/restaurants/sparkys/ 
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"Not that chili can’t be elegant, refined, or subtle; but it also has a way of inspiring vulgarity. Think of the braggadocio typical of chili cook-offs and the bombastic tirades by self-righteous aficionados who denounce a chili if it doesn’t fit their notion of the correct, one-and-only way to cook it."
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2017/09/29 13:59:37 (permalink)
Walt's Barbeque closed its last remaining location on Colerain earlier this week. The article in the Business Courier is behind a paywall, but they quote a Facebook post from owner James Riley saying that "circumstances outside of my control have lead to us closing." Also from the article, "Riley declined to comment further when reached by phone, saying he had been advised by his attorney not to talk about the closure."
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2017/11/04 16:01:25 (permalink)
The former Currito location in Florence is being renovated as a Pieology.
 
http://pieology.momentfee...Houston-Rd-Suite-#-300
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2017/11/06 16:40:23 (permalink)
I know there have been some attempts over the last decade or so to run a russian-themed eatery in Cincinnati, and none lived long
 
I am hoping this newest one - in an ambitiously large former Bob Evans space near Kinds Island - will make it, sounds pretty good.
 
https://www.cincinnati.com/story/entertainment/dining/2017/11/06/woodhouse-kitchen-bar-bring-european-comfort-kings-island-area/807339001/
 
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The menu will include Russian dishes, like beef stroganoff, piroshki, fancy cabbage rolls and classic Russian soups like borscht as well as kebabs. They expect to cater to Russian customers, as Pivor did at Oasis. 
But there are also European dishes on the menu.
"Everything will be a spin on a classic," Saling said. She's working on recipes for oysters ceviche, burrata salad, crispy-fried whole fish, steak, vegetarian dishes, pork chops. She takes her inspiration from German, French and Italian cuisine.

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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2017/11/06 20:43:14 (permalink)
Looks like they already have a website:
 
http://www.woodhousekitchenbar.com/
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2017/11/07 20:00:15 (permalink)
TJ Jackson
I know there have been some attempts over the last decade or so to run a russian-themed eatery in Cincinnati, and none lived long
 
I am hoping this newest one - in an ambitiously large former Bob Evans space near Kinds Island - will make it, sounds pretty good.
 
https://www.cincinnati.com/story/entertainment/dining/2017/11/06/woodhouse-kitchen-bar-bring-european-comfort-kings-island-area/807339001/
 
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The menu will include Russian dishes, like beef stroganoff, piroshki, fancy cabbage rolls and classic Russian soups like borscht as well as kebabs. They expect to cater to Russian customers, as Pivor did at Oasis. But there are also European dishes on the menu."Everything will be a spin on a classic," Saling said. She's working on recipes for oysters ceviche, burrata salad, crispy-fried whole fish, steak, vegetarian dishes, pork chops. She takes her inspiration from German, French and Italian cuisine.





I did Oasis once and was intrigued, but when I went back it was closed and looked like it was because of Board of Health issues.
 
I'd be curious to try this place.
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2017/11/14 14:02:12 (permalink)
Polly notes today that there is a Japanese izakaya style eatery opening in College Hill in late Spring 2018
 
https://www.cincinnati.com/story/life/2017/11/14/kiki-bring-japanese-college-hill/859529001/
 
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The menu will be like that of a Japanese izakaya, which is a bar with food. A standing menu will feature dishes such as ramen, gyoza and Japanese fried chicken: shareable, casual food, but made from scratch by two trained chefs. Yuko's curry doughnuts will be on the menu.  Another menu will be seasonal and rotating, with sashimi, salads, dishes for vegetarians.

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