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Jose Salazar on Working Through the Uncertainty and Getting Back to Business

The chef and owner of Goose + Elder, Mita’s, and Salazar says, "Restaurant people are fighters by nature, and we don’t easily succumb."

Bridgeview Box Park Spices Up the Newport Riverfront

It’s almost like a real summer escape! Bridgeview Box Park at Newport on the Levee offers amazing eats, activities, and views.

Five Local Low-Cal Beers to Drink This Summer

The last few months have been a little rough. Looking for some local low-cal brews that are a little kinder to your waistline? Look no further.

Covington’s Bouquet Reopens With Tech Aimed to Reduce Spread of COVID-19

The farm-to-table restaurant’s new HVAC system is claimed by its manufacturer to filter virus particles from the air.

New Riff Kicks Off July Rooftop Pop-Up Events

The Riff Top events will continue throughout the month of July on Fridays and Saturdays from noon to 10 p.m.

Gold Star Partners with MORTAR for a Weekend Fund-Raiser

Gold Star Chili and MORTAR are raising funds for local small businesses, entrepreneurs, and nonprofit organizations impacted by COVID-19.

These Restaurant Aid Efforts Deserve All the Tips

The pandemic has been especially hard on restaurants and the people who run them. Luckily, many folks within and outside the industry stepped up to help themselves and others.

Metropole Reopens, Sets Date for 21c’s Cocktail Terrace

A new summer menu, a timely art exhibition, and new safety protocols mark the 21c hotel’s restaurant and museum reopening.

Traditions Continue At Sugar n’ Spice’s New OTR Location

The Cincinnati classic now has a second home with the diner’s new location in Over-the-Rhine, within the renovated former Joe’s Diner on Sycamore Street.

Cincinnati Bars Make Games and Activities Safer With UV Light and Social Distancing

From arcade games to duckpin bowling, you can still have fun going out with these new safety measures.

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