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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 00:04:37 (permalink)
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I left work at 11:30 on the Thursday, picking up wanderingjew outside baggage claim of the Pittsburgh airport 45 minutes later.  There were two possibilities for lunch, the Roadfood reviewed Mehlman Cafeteria, which I have been to many times or Theo's Restaurant in Cambridge, Ohio.  Since neither of us had been to Theo's, that became the consensus choice.  I had high hopes for this place, since I first found out about it in a tweet from Pittsburgh's own Rick Sebak, where he extolled the pies.
 
Theo's

is a large place, taking up multiple store fronts in the downtown area.  Since we were an hour or so after typical lunch time, the place wasn't too busy.  The menu is rather large, but after looking it over, we settled on the specials

paper clipped to the front of the menu.
 
The first things out of the kitchen was WJ's chili

(which he called his favorite item here) and my coney hot dog. 

The menu brags they have been making coneys for over 80 years and that they make their sauce.  Right away, I liked the fact that the chili was different than the coney sauce, since so many places would see them as interchangeable.  The onions on the coney tasted fresh and the sauce was heavy on the pebbly meat.  Nicely seasoned, without any heat, this was a good coney sauce.  WJ also received a pleasant cucumber-tomato salad

as a side.
 
My entrée was the creamed chicken over biscuit. 

I am always drawn to this type of comfort food.  Unfortunately, there was too much biscuit in this dish and not nearly enough chicken.  For $6.99 though, it is hard to complain.  My two sides were the buttered red potatoes and the buttered corn. 

And when they say butter, they aren't kidding, since it was the overwhelming flavor in both vegetables.  Solly's Grille in Milwaukee would have approved these sides.
 
WJ ordered the cabbage rolls

in a tangy tomato gravy.  We both generally liked these, but there was something about them that was missing.  It was almost as if a non-Eastern European made them and forgot an important ingredient or spice. 
 
Finally, it was time to eat some pie!  Here is the pie list from the menu and they had a few other flavors listed on a card at our booth.  WJ went with a sugar-free pie. 

Truthfully, I can't remember if this was key lime or some kind of lemon.  Either way, it wasn't very impressive.  It was still miles ahead of the gloppy mess which passed as the banana cream. 

I got about three bites into it before giving up.  It was very disappointing.
 
When we first sit down, I had texted Johnny (who we were picking up at the Columbus airport in a few hours) and asked him what kind of pie he wanted.  He chose the chocolate peanut butter

and I couldn't help but sneak a look at what we would be delivering to him.  Now, this looked much better and Johnny happily devoured it when we handed it to him upon arrival.
 
Did you ever have a restaurant switch servers on you halfway through the meal?  That happened to us at Theo's.  We started off with a woman around our age and then a younger man started refilling our drinks and asking about our meal.  Some may suggest it was a shift change at the restaurant, but I'm thinking WJ did something to scare her off!
 
Even though the meal at Theo's was overall disappointing, there were enough good things to give them another try.  BTW, we found out later that Ralph and Lori were on the road at the same time we were and ate at Mehlman Cafeteria.  Had we known, we would have made plans to dine with them.
 
After a half hour wait at the cell phone lot at the Columbus airport, we picked up Johnny and took off for Henry's in West Jefferson, where CTD, ChiBears15 and a table full of excellent pies were waiting for us!        
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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 08:45:23 (permalink)
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Finally, it was time to eat some pie!  Here is the pie list from the menu and they had a few other flavors listed on a card at our booth.  WJ went with a sugar-free pie. 

Truthfully, I can't remember if this was key lime or some kind of lemon.  Either way, it wasn't very impressive.  It was still miles ahead of the gloppy mess which passed as the banana cream. 
 


buffetbuster,
 
That was actually sugar free banana- you are correct, as far as pies go it wasn't very impressive. As far as sugar free pies go...well it's about as good as it gets...
The chili was easily my favorite part of the meal... a classic midwestern style chili, with more flavor than spice.
The peanut butter pie was no slouch either, as cousin Johnny offered me  a bite,  but certainly not in the same category as Henry's
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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 09:54:36 (permalink)
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My entrée was the creamed chicken over biscuit.
I just knew one of you was going to order this!
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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 11:10:23 (permalink)
WJ-
So your pie was also banana?  Wow, they really were train wrecks.....
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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 11:18:19 (permalink)
I had no idea Theo's had moved into a new place. I used to eat at Theo's back in the '80s and '90s when it was around the corner on 209.
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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 11:19:37 (permalink)
We often stopped in Cambridge on our way back from PA.......mainly to stretch our legs, grab a beverage, use the rest rooms, then back onto I70.  I'm glad we never went to Theo's! 
Yesterday we had a couple of Coneys at Phillip's Coney Island (been there since 1912) in Columbus which looked better than Theo's.  We got ours topped with pepper Jack cheese.  Their pies are made by Der Dutchman......but I'll save my calories for Henry's!
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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 13:39:07 (permalink)
While buffetbuster and wanderingjew were at Theo's, we were at Mehlman Cafeteria. We had eaten at Mehlman before, and considered it a solid but not outstanding place - but this visit pushed it up into really good.
 
I had Salisbury steak, cabbage and noodles, and raisin pie. I cannot remember the last time I had Salisbury steak - it's not something I make at home, I don't eat TV dinners often, and I rarely see it on a restaurant menu. But this was really good, very juicy and flavorful, with lots of tasty mushrooms.
 
The raisin pie is something I've only had at Mehlman Cafeteria. Let me tell you: this slice of pie held its own with the slices we had later at Henry's. The crust was very well done, nicely tender and flaky, and the filling had an intense winy flavor.  
by Ralph Melton, on Flickr
 
Lori got the chicken and stuffing, broccoli-cheese casserole, and cheesecake. The chicken and stuffing was very good - the chicken was juicy in a way that heat-lamped chicken often is not, and the stuffing was much more flavorful than most. The broccoli-cheese casserole was also lovely comfort-food goodness. The cheesecake, though, was bland and tasted like the Jello no-bake cheesecake mix.
Untitled by Ralph Melton, on Flickr
 
Also: Mehlman is cheap. We got these meals and desserts for about the cost of a dessert-less meal at Boston Market.
 
This was much better than we expected, and we would be more interested in returning again.
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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 13:47:27 (permalink)
Yeah, we should have gone to Mehlman Cafeteria with Ralph and Lori, if for no other reason than that raisin pie.  My typical order there is the ham loaf, which is outstanding!
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Thursday, April 10th  cont.:
After a short walk around Miamisburg, we were off to our next destination in the town of Clifton.  As a wise Roadfood sage told me, the food is okay but the scenery is fantastic....and was buffetbuster ever right!  An old mill, Clifton Mill is a full service restaurant with a beautiful antique interior. 

Our lunch view from our table...we both had the bacon grilled cheese and ice teas.  Iced Tea was served in large mason jars and our sandwich was pretty good!  (Sorry, pictures lost and hoping Danny will add his)

Looking at the restaurant....you can see the tree is covered in lights and for that matter, the entire place is also covered in them.  Must be beautiful at night!

The covered bridge...

The old black smith shop across the street...
We both enjoyed the step back into time and the food was (small sample as we had the same) was a B, but the setting an A!
 
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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 13:53:21 (permalink)
Great shots of Clifton Mill CTD!  You should see the place at Christmas!
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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 14:00:00 (permalink)
 Thursday, April 10th  cont.:
Next up, from back in time to back to nature...

Young's Jersey Dairy is just about 15 minutes fro Clifton Mill on the outskirts of the town of Yellow Springs.  These gals provide all the milk needed to create some awfully good ice cream. 

Hot fudge with peach and salted caramel.  This working farm is open to the public and features barns for viewing, baseball diamonds, a restaurant & pub as well as the ice cream area.  We were in heaven! Young's lays claim to an A- for ice cream! 

Many Roadfooders are unfamiliar with Wandering Jew's mooing propensity!  He has always been able to attract faster table service by just...mooing, so we got him signed up for the next Doo Your Moo contest!  Little do they know there is now a ringer in the mix!  BTW...he is also very good with a suey or two!
Now it becomes decision time...and we know exactly what our priorities are! 
post edited by ChiTownDiner - 2014/04/22 14:16:07
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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 14:06:56 (permalink)
Roz and I have stopped at Young's Jersey Dairy Farm several times.  Great creamy ice cream full of butter fat.  Always a great stop.
 
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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 14:10:29 (permalink)
Here is a shot of Clifton Mill's Christmas lights which number 3.5 million.
 
http://www.cliftonmill.com/christmas.htm
 
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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 14:15:18 (permalink)
Thursday, April 10th  cont.:
We had 5 more stops scheduled before our 6pm rendezvous...so we checked the trusty GPS and audibled Schuler's Bakery in nearby Springfield.  We went with the original even though baking is now down at a satellite location just to experience the true ambiance!  With it late in the day, the shop was empty but the shelves were still full...we picked up a small box of approximately 8-10 pieces to go and we were on our way.  A retro stop, Schuler's Bakery comes in at C+.

Next we headed due north to West Liberty which meant skipping the Mel-O-Dee Restaurant in New Carlisle and the Liberty Gathering Place in West Liberty.  We opted for The Ice Cream Parlor as time was critical and we had one must do stop before 6pm.  Peach and cherry are my two most favorite ice cream flavors and I went with both.  It's not often I throw out my selection, but this ice cream was just plain bad!  Maybe it was the previous stop at Young's Jersey Dairy, maybe it was freezer burn, but after 5-6 spoonfuls, it was garbage bound.  A grade of D!

We hustled up some gas and soon were on the way to Urbana through which we had just driven enroute to West Liberty.  A Michael Hoffman favorite, and already chronicled by Ed Sails, we hit Crabill's.  We got 2 of the 8 stools as there was no one else in the shop.  It was sort of an off time being just before dinner.  I started with a couple of singles and then added a double for the sake of comparison.  These were griddled little burgers at their finest!  I had mine with ketchup, onion, relish and mustard, onion, relish enjoying each for different reasons.  Clearly the winner was the double with cheese!  Crabill's comes in with an A!

Hoping Danny provides some much needed photos here! The staff was a hoot and kidded around with us before we left! 

Now...it's pedal to the medal as we race destiny!
 
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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 14:26:31 (permalink)
CTD:  I started a pharma business there about ten years ago and it was one block from Schuler's.  I always went there early in the morning.  It was the one on Main St and I guess the original.  Ten years ago what I got was always A+. I spent a whole bunch of time in Ohio, Columbus, Dayton Cleveland, Springfield, Toledo and Canton.  I started pharmaceutical business in each of these.
 
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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 14:35:57 (permalink)
ChiTownDiner,
I've been passing Schuler's Bakery for several years on the way from Crabill's to Henry's and never thought to stop. Thanks for the tip.
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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 15:34:43 (permalink)
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Many Roadfooders are unfamiliar with Wandering Jew's mooing propensity!  He has always been able to attract faster table service by just...mooing,
so we got him signed up for the next Doo Your Moo contest!  Little do they know there is now a ringer in the mix! 

I learned from cousin Mona!
 
 
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 BTW...
he is also very good with a suey or two!

 
I'm still trying to figure out why when ever I yell out "sooo---eeeee"- Chi Town Diner starts running towards me?

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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 15:39:51 (permalink)
I got tipped off to Schuler's Bakery one night at the Pine Club.  They have a great neon sign out front that looks especially good first thing in the morning. 
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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 17:31:41 (permalink)
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Roz and I have stopped at Young's Jersey Dairy Farm several times.  Great creamy ice cream full of butter fat.  Always a great stop.

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Paul - did either of you Do The Moo? 
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CTD:  I started a pharma business there about ten years ago and it was one block from Schuler's.  I always went there early in the morning.  It was the one on Main St and I guess the original.  Ten years ago what I got was always A+. I spent a whole bunch of time in Ohio, Columbus, Dayton Cleveland, Springfield, Toledo and Canton.  I started pharmaceutical business in each of these.

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Love it Paul!  Not sure if things dried out a little from the typical early morning baking schedules, but it sure was an eye opening stop.  Schuler's has really gotten into the cupcake and fancy cookie business as there was hundreds of each!  We were wondering how frequently they sell out the inventory. 

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Many Roadfooders are unfamiliar with Wandering Jew's mooing propensity!  He has always been able to attract faster table service by just...mooing,
so we got him signed up for the next Doo Your Moo contest!  Little do they know there is now a ringer in the mix! 

I learned from cousin Mona!


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BTW...
he is also very good with a suey or two!


I'm still trying to figure out why when ever I yell out "sooo---eeeee"- Chi Town Diner starts running towards me?


Purely reflex...
 
And thanks to Mona!
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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 17:37:32 (permalink)
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I got tipped off to Schuler's Bakery one night at the Pine Club.  They have a great neon sign out front that looks especially good first thing in the morning. 


The sign is very cool and I know Danny got a few pictures of it!
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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 19:50:11 (permalink)
Thursday, April 10th (continued):

Here are some more photos from our visit to Bill's Donut Shop.
 

Cincy 20 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 

Cincy 21 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 

Cincy 22 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 
Of the dozen we purchased, I think we only tried two and they were delicious.  We saved the rest for the Roadfooders we were going to see over the next couple of days.  Since this was a 24 hour donut operation, I expected to see an old, grimy building where stoned frat boys would be hanging out.  LOL I'm just kidding. 
 
The building looks new and the inside is clean.  I am giving Bill's an A- grade in agreement with CTD.
 
The Hamburger Wagon was one of the most unique Roadfood locations I have visited.
 

Cincy 23 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 

Cincy 24 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 

Cincy 25 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 
As you can see from the previous photo, the burger patty is burnt to a crisp and has no juice to it whatsoever.  This is not what I expected, but it was a pleasant surprise that tasted great.  I ordered only one single here to preserve my appetite for the remainder of the day (I still had to eat pie and steak with buffetbuster and wanderingjew later on " />). 
 
Overall, I am giving the Hamburger Wagon a B+ grade.  A few minutes after we left, I regretted not ordering two of these.  Here are some photos of us attacking our burgers.
 

Cincy 26 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 

Cincy 27 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 
Does CTD always smile at his food before he eats it?
 

Cincy 28 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 

Cincy 29 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 
Lastly, here is photo of a mural in Miamisburg that you see as you drive into town.
 

Cincy 30 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 
Much more to come.
 
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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 20:01:05 (permalink)
Very realistic and great mural in Miamisburg.  I have never been there.
 
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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 20:20:32 (permalink)
Mr. Smith,
 
It it interesting that you say the mural looks realistic because the two of us actually thought those were real people when we were further away.  It wasn't until we got closer that we realized it was just a mural.  Awesome experience! 
 
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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 20:29:48 (permalink)
Beautiful photos Danny!
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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 20:59:05 (permalink)
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Does CTD always smile at his food before he eats it?


Cincy 28 by dnowak15, on Flickr



Much more to come.

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I've always wondered if the food is smiling before being devoured by CTD
 
 

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Re:All Roads Lead To Cincinnati 2014/04/22 21:36:33 (permalink)
Thursday, April 10th (continued):

During the drive over to the Clifton Mill, one of the funniest moments of the trip occurred.  CTD, worried that Henry's would run out of pie by the time we arrived later in the evening, called the restaurant to reserve some slices for us and the contingent of three arriving from Pittsburgh. 
 
I have never seen a grown man struggle so hard with a decision like this LOL.  I know he wanted to just say, "I want all the pie.  Save all the slices for us."  He chose well and reserved 11 delicious slices.  Pics coming later.
 
The Clifton Mill.
 

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Cincy 32 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 
CTD and I both ordered grilled cheese sandwiches.  It was his idea to add bacon (naturally).  The sandwich was average and could have used more cheese.  The Clifton Mill gets a grade of a B from me mostly for the appearance of the place.  The food won't blow you away, but the view of the river will! 
 
A big thanks to sundancer7 for providing the link to the image of the Clifton Mill all lit up.  While we were there, we mentioned how we would like to see the place at night when all the lights are turned on.
 
Our next stop was Young's Jersey Dairy in Yellow Springs.
 
 
Cincy 33 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 

Cincy 34 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 

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Cincy 36 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 
My pics don't show it, but Young's is a massive complex.  They have a full service restaurant, an ice cream store (where they also sell cheese and chocolate), a petting zoo, and the actual working farm.  Based on some signs we saw, Young's also teaches farming classes. 
 
The petting zoo was awesome. 
 

Cincy 37 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 
You see that cute little guy in the picture above?  Unfortunately for him, BuddyRoadhouse ate his mom at the Pine Club later on that evening
 
As for the ice cream here, I ordered lemon custard.  Fantastic! 
 

Cincy 38 by dnowak15, on Flickr
 
Young's gets an A- grade from me.  In addition to the delicious ice cream, the employees were friendly and the petting zoo was a nice experience.  Definitely bring the kids here!  My one regret here is not getting a photo of the lazy-eyed goat that looked as if it was laughing at CTD...  Haha remember that guy Gregg?
 
Much more to come.
 
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