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Junior League Tour of Kitchens
The Junior League’s Tour of Kitchens was great! Well, at least my part was. Unfortunately, I didn’t get to see any of the homes but one– and that one was my own. Since no one had volunteered a home in the city, I jumped at a chance to feature my condo...
Posted: 11/14/2011 11:40 AM in wine me, dine me (in cincinnati)
Jerusalem Cafe Explodes
Breaking news– several people on Twitter are reporting that Jerusalem Cafe, located on McMillan in Clifton Heights, has exploded. According to reports, no one was inside and no one in the apartments above were hurt. Police and fire are on the scene and...
Posted: 11/13/2011 9:39 PM in wine me, dine me (in cincinnati)
A little Lebanon in N. Kentucky
DINING REVIEW La Badiya is the latest Middle Eastern restaurant to open in the region in the past year or two. They all serve a similar menu of kebabs, hummus and tabbouleh. What sets La Badiya apart is that it’s in Northern Kentucky, giving people south...
Posted: 11/11/2011 1:20 PM in Campbell’s Scoop
My new favorite thing: Mad Mike’s burgers
Mad Mike’s in Florence may not have an original concept: burgers and fries, either to go, or to eat in the bare-bones, fast-food style restaurant. But the burgers are all Mike’s own. They serve two juicy 4-ounce patties with a wide variety of toppings,...
Posted: 11/11/2011 12:41 PM in Campbell’s Scoop
Photographer Fridays: Roebling Bridge Special Edition
On Monday November 7th, 9 members of the Club Blatz photography club got permission to ascend the southern pier of the Roebling Suspension Bridge. For photographer Friday each of them sent in one photo from the shoot. So, here they are. Enjoy! Oh, an...
Posted: 11/11/2011 10:57 AM in My Life At Arnold's
New seafood in West Chester
This is from West Chester Buzz, our blog that covers developments in West Chester Township: November 10th, 2011, 9:42 am Ruby Tuesday Inc. is converting its old West Chester Ruby Tuesday location, by the intersection of Cox and Tylersville roads, into...
Posted: 11/10/2011 3:06 PM in Campbell’s Scoop
Guest Blog: Rome Ntukogu, Director of Far-I-Rome Productions
You may not know Rome Ntukogu by name, but if your from downtown or OTR, I bet you have heard of one of his and his company's events. Far-I-Rome Productions are the ones behind The Clifton Heights Music Festival, OTR Skate, Turntables and Snares, and
Posted: 11/10/2011 11:06 AM in My Life At Arnold's
Dorito-chorizo stuffing
Daveed’s in Mount Adams, has a whole take-out menu for Thanksgiving. You can pick up butternut squash soup, or bourbon turkey gravy, sliced duck breast or their Vermont white cheddar and garganellij pasta. Or, it amuses me to see, you can get enough of...
Posted: 11/10/2011 9:01 AM in Campbell’s Scoop
Beaujolais Nouveau–Two ways
The new Beaujolais is distributed world-wide this year on November 17. French law requires that it cannot be uncorked until the third Thursday in November. Here are two fun ways to try the new vintage and have a very French experience: Dinner at Jean-Robert’s...
Posted: 11/9/2011 5:01 PM in Campbell’s Scoop
Indian Eating Adventure
If you are willing to give up some control of your dinner for a little adventure, Bombay Brazier in Montgomery offers a fun way to eat. Reserve a chef’s table, and you can enjoy a little bit of everything that comes out of the kitchen. If another table...
Posted: 11/9/2011 4:44 PM in Campbell’s Scoop

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