This West Side Mansion is Giving Us Some Major '90s Beach Vibes

Tucked away in an unassumingly beige suburban neighborhood on Cincinnati's West Side, this Florida beach house-inspired home (7386 Southpointe Drive) offers a…

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This West Side Mansion is Giving Us Some Major '90s Beach Vibes
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17 New Suburban Cincinnati Restaurants That Opened This Year

The Queen City's culinary flair spans far beyond Over-the-Rhine and downtown. This year, Greater Cincinnati welcomed a handful of new eating and…

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Best New Restaurant
    1. Ivory House, ivoryhousecincy.com
    2. The Governor, governordiner.com
    3. Fifty West Burger Bar, fiftywestbrew.com
    4. Good Plates Eatery, goodplateseatery.com
    5. Khora, khorarestaurant.com
    6. Galactic Fried Chicken, galacticfriedchicken.com
    7. Pepp & Dolores, peppanddolores.com
    8. Dear Restaurant & Butchery, dear-restaurant.com
    9. Taqueria 251, taqueria2five1.com
    10. OTR Chili Co., otrchilico.com
    Photo: Hailey Bollinger
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The 25 Best Mexican Restaurants in Cincinnati, According to Yelp

Whether you're in the mood to go all out for Taco Tuesday or you're simply a sucker for some great chips and…

By CityBeat Staff

1. Mazunte Taqueria
    5207 Madison Road, Oakley
    “I LOVE Mazunte. No joke I drive 40 mins. to eat here without hesitation. Their elote is my favorite and comparable to elote I have had in South America. The three mixed tacos I feel are the best deal as you can get any meat you like, giving you a variety.” — Megan B.
    Photo: Hailey Bollinger
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These 17 Suburban Cincinnati Breweries are Worth the Drive — And the Uber/Lyft Back Home

The Queen City is home to dozens of breweries — some small in size and others which produce on a much larger…

By CityBeat Staff

Brink Brewing Co.
    5905 Hamilton Ave., College Hill
    “Good beer is about the people, the stories and the experience,” according to Brink’s co-founders John and Sarah McGarry. That is something the McGarrys learned from family — specifically their Uncle Jack. It was his fridge, chock full of artisan beers, and his neighborly values that led Brink to open its doors in College Hill in February 2017. The taproom’s communal table sits 20 and a brick wall stands covered in framed photos of the customers and community.
    Photo: Hailey Bollinger
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