Take Home One of These 15 Adoptable Cincinnati Pets

Have you been considering adopting a new furry pal? With dog-friendly coffee shops, bakeries, bars and parks, Cincinnati is a great place…

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    Age: 8 years old | Breed: Papillon | Sex: Female | Rescue: SAAP 
    Photo via adoptastray.com
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Historical Photos from the 1888 Centennial Exposition in Cincinnati

They called it the “World’s Fair of Cincinnati.” When the Centennial Exposition of the Ohio Valley and Central States first began to…

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The bridge connecting Music Hall and Park Hall over Elm Street
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27 Cincinnati Brunch Restaurants Worth Getting Out Of Bed For

These days, the phrase “Let’s get brunch” is basically a euphemism for “Let’s get drunk before noon.” People be lovin' brunch, amiright?…

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Taste of Belgium
    Multiple Locations
    Taste of Belgium has been expanding its operations since its first waffle was pulled from a cast iron waffle-press at Findlay Market in 2007, opening four brick-and-mortar bistros and an additional market location. Along with its locally famous sweet, sturdy and caramelized Belgian waffles, the brunch offerings have piloted the restaurant’s rapid ascent. Under the “Brunch Like a Belgian” menu category, there is a fresh berry parfait with chia seeds; a McWaffle with egg, bacon, gruyere and maple syrup; and a messy goetta hash, with Eckerlin Meats’ goetta and two eggs. This is in addition to staples like a strawberries-and-cream-topped waffle or a savory buckwheat galette. Try the crepe-like galette filled with turkey, bacon and housemade ranch dressing or Speculoos biscuits and cookie butter. 
    Photo: Brittany Thornton
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Inside Rüya Coffee, OTR's Turkish Coffee Pop-Up at Findlay Market

Melissa Aydogan is the heart and soul of Rüya Coffee, a Turkish coffee pop-up at Findlay Market. Aydogan is a 2018 recipient…

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    EVENT: Ruya Coffee
    Melissa Aydogan is the heart and soul of Rüya Coffee, her Turkish coffee pop-up at the market. Aydogan is a 2018 recipient of a People’s Liberty Globe Grant and she's turned the nonprofit's storefront into a Turkish coffeehouse. The interior is decorated in rich shades of reds and oranges accented by velvet pillows, layered rugs and billowy chiffon draped from the ceiling. Families, couples and friendly strangers find themselves nestled into cushioned benches or gathered around a big community table.
    Open Friday-Sunday. Free. 1805 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine,  ruyacoffee.com.
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26 New Cincinnati Restaurants You Need to Try in 2018

West Side versus East Side, Skyline versus everything else — there are quite a few subjects that Cincinnati just can’t seem to…

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    1344 Vine St., Over-the-Rhine
    Photo: Hailey Bollinger
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Plan a Cincinnati 'Staycation' at One of These Breathtaking Airbnbs

As the days grow cooler and daylight hours shorten, upon us are the hours of wistful nostalgia for the height of summer…

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Penthouse Loft in the Historical OTR
    Entire Loft | Starting at $62/night | Host 7 Guests
    Built in 1888, this unique space is located in the diverse and up-and-coming Brewery District of Over-The-Rhine in Cincinnati. Walk next door to the best brewery in town, Rhinegeist, and the famous Findlay Market. Park your car in our lot and explore the city on foot or on the streetcar!
    Photo via Airbnb.com
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The 9 Best Cincinnati Bathrooms to Take a Selfie

Over the past few years, Cincinnati has become rather well-known for its blossoming restaurant/bar scene. Local visionaries have opened our eyes to…

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Mecca OTR
    1429 Walnut St., OTR
    Photo: Kellie Coleman
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