Inside Over-the-Rhine's New Sushi Spot Kanji — From the Team Behind Drunken Bento

Local restaurateur Inho Cha recently opened his third Cincinnati restaurant with Kanji in Findlay Market. Kanji's menu focuses on sushi and Korean cuisine…

By CityBeat Staff

Exterior of Kanji, which hosted its grand opening on Jan. 23
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Show Support for These Cincinnati Restaurants & Bars by Wearing Their Sweet Merch

The holidays are right around the corner and local restaurants and bars need your help. If you're all filled up on take-out,…

By CityBeat Staff

Longfellow
    1233 Clay St., Over-the-Rhine
    Photo via facebook.com/longfellowcinti
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Cincinnati’s 25 Hottest Restaurants Right Now According to Yelp

Yelp, everyone's favorite crowd-sourced ratings aggregate site, is an easy go-to when deciding where to dine. Is it new? Does it have…

By CityBeat Staff

Cincinnati’s 25 Hottest Restaurants Right Now According to Yelp
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Cincinnati's Best Restaurants, as Chosen by CityBeat Readers

Every year, CityBeat publishes the Best of Cincinnati, wherein readers and staffers alike decide which bars are the booziest, which people are…

By CityBeat Staff

No. 1: Boomtown Biscuits & Whiskey
    1201 Broadway St., Pendleton, boomtownbiscuitsandwhiskey.com
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Cincinnati's Best Restaurants, as Chosen by CityBeat Readers

Hello. Are you hungry? You probably will be at some point today or in the near future (unless you’re a robot). And…

By CityBeat Staff

Best Menu (Most Innovative) // Best Restaurant Design // Best Restaurant to Take a Foodie
    Boca
    114 E. Sixth St., Downtown, bocacincinnati.com.
     Photo: Provided
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The 19 Best Restaurants in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky (as Voted on by CityBeat Readers)

This year, CityBeat’s handy annual Dining Guide is a collection of some of the best places to eat in Cincinnati — as…

By CityBeat Staff

Please
    1405 Clay St., Over-the-Rhine, pleasecincinnati.com.
    Tucked away on Clay Street in Over-the-Rhine, Please serves modern and artful small plates. Chef Ryan Santos helmed Please as a gypsy pop-up from 2011 to 2016 and the design of the cozy brick and mortar is note-perfect down to the very instagrammable bathroom (search #pleasepotty for guest selfies with the abstract hand-painted wall tile). It feels like a first-class affair because it is one — each four-course dinner is served with fanfare and attention. Diners can choose from a vegetarian, pescetarian or omnivore menu, although gluten-free options are always available. Please also offers an à la carte and bar menu. 
    Must try: The apple aebleskivers are a unique interpretation of the flavors found in Cincinnati chili — Danish-style apple donut holes are topped with maple and shredded, sweet and caramel-like Norwegian gjetost cheese.
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