Inside Mighty Good: Meat n’ Three Southern Restaurant at Findlay Market

Some seriously Southern food has arrived near Findlay Market. Mighty Good: Meat n’ Three on Elm Street opened its doors Oct. 8.…

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Chef Travis Maier, formerly the culinary director for Jeff Ruby Culinary Entertainment, will manage the Findlay Culinary Training Program. Chef Ricky Denny, a Findlay Culinary Program grad, will act as sous chef at Mighty Good and help students during their internship.
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Libby's Southern Comfort in Covington is an Homage to Fried Chicken and Tradition

Libby's Southern Comfort is located at 35 W. Eighth St. in Duveneck Square and is helmed by Brad Wainscott, whose local culinary lineage…

By CityBeat Staff

Dining space
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15 New and Recent Cincy Restaurant Openings You May Have Missed

Cincinnati's ever-growing restaurant scene just got a few more additions, including a late-night pizza parlor, Middle Eastern street food window and Southern-style…

By CityBeat Staff

Libby's Southern Comfort
    35 W. Eighth St., Covington
    Helmed by Brad Wainscott — whose local culinary lineage extends to longstanding Kentucky mainstays The Greyhound Tavern and Tousey House Tavern, owned by his father — Libby's Southern Comfort pays tribute to Southern classics with a touch of Charleston and features dishes like goetta hush puppies, oysters on the half shell and fried chicken. In addition to food, Libby's also servea a wide drink menu that features vintage bourbons, Cheerwine bourbon slushes and Braxton Beers, among other options.
    Photo: Hailey Bollinger
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Inside CHX, Pendleton's New Fast-Casual Fried Chicken Joint

If you've recently ventured through the booming neighborhood of Pendleton, you have most likely come across the storefront for Cincy's newest fried…

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CHX
    1211 Broadway St., Pendleton
    CHX is owned and operated by Hickory Wald — the team behind 3 Points Urban Brewery, Nation Kitchen and Bar and Rhinehaus. Their signature menu item is Bantys, which are "lump-sized" chicken pieces named after a wild and soulful breed of Indonesian chickens called "Bantam," in two different brined and golden-fried finishing options: original or hot. In addition to Bantys, the chicken joint also offers salads, sandwiches and sharable sides like CHX nachos, fried cheese curds, wavy fries and more.  
    Photo: Hailey Bollinger
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