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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/17 00:21:26 (permalink)
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Speaking of pizza, we had Hungry Howie's in Oxford on Sunday. Better than most chains, not as good as a Mom and Pop. It was our second time there, and we'll definitely go back.


I used to get their pizza when I lived in Florida... It is OK...their different types of crust were the only thing that really set them apart from any other pizza chain though... Does the location up here also have the different types of crust? I used to get a few different types of crust including: sesame seed and garlic butter.


Yes, they have the different types of crust. I think the garlic butter one's pretty awesome. I would agree it's ordinary other than that.

Although the garlic cheese bread they have absolutely rocks.
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/17 00:24:37 (permalink)
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The only pizza crust I look for is NY style - chewy and crunchy - sesame seed crust????????????????????????


OK, we get it. Really, we do.
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/17 16:52:25 (permalink)
Just visited the Pasquale's in Newport. JJJRFoodie - Thanks for the inspiring picture, and your assessment is right on. Delicious.

Toppings all the way to the edge, excellent, slightly tangy sauce. I'll be back again very soon.

It's actually 4-5 blocks east of the BK/Subway and Party Source.
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/18 16:47:36 (permalink)
OK, time for a help request.  We're visiting Cincy for Christmas...only our second visit since we sold our house there in April '07.  We have limited dining-out time because we are only in for 3.5 days (Wednesday breakfast through Saturday lunch), and have some family dining obligations too.  I have my "usual favorites" that I need to visit too (Skyline or Gold Star, Sub Station II, Arloi Dee), although I can do carry-outs and eat them later in the weekend.  Some good baby-back ribs might be nice too (although not a priority), because I'm having a tough time finding good ones here in Missouri. 

So the question to you Cincinnati foodies is, what is new in the last year and a half that I "must try"?  Like I said, I don't have many meal opportunities, but I'd like to try something promising.  Thanks in advance.
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/19 13:42:38 (permalink)
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[id=quote font="arial, helvetica"]quote: Originally posted by NYPIzzaNut

The only pizza crust I look for is NY style - chewy and crunchy - sesame seed crust????????????????????????



OK, we get it. Really, we do.


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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/20 09:23:45 (permalink)
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OK, time for a help request.  We're visiting Cincy for Christmas...only our second visit since we sold our house there in April '07.  We have limited dining-out time because we are only in for 3.5 days (Wednesday breakfast through Saturday lunch), and have some family dining obligations too.  I have my "usual favorites" that I need to visit too (Skyline or Gold Star, Sub Station II, Arloi Dee), although I can do carry-outs and eat them later in the weekend.  Some good baby-back ribs might be nice too (although not a priority), because I'm having a tough time finding good ones here in Missouri. 

So the question to you Cincinnati foodies is, what is new in the last year and a half that I "must try"?  Like I said, I don't have many meal opportunities, but I'd like to try something promising.  Thanks in advance.


Some questions:
 
Since you mentioned Arloi Dee, are you staying north of the city?  Do you have any "range" that you would like to stay within, area wise?
 
I know there is a lot of new things going on in West Chester, but I don't make it up that way too often.
 
 
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/20 18:54:40 (permalink)
We lived in West Chester from '00 through '06, so we will be visiting old friends there and in Loveland (hmmm...I may need to visit The Works too ), but we will be very centrally located, in Finneytown.  Sub Station II is, of course, in NKy, so I'd say there is not much that I would consider "out of range", unless the weather makes driving too treacherous.
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/20 19:14:18 (permalink)
I would get an oyster po' boy at New Orleans To Go for sure:

http://www.cincinnatiusa.com/dining/detail.asp?RestID=10499

It is mentioned in this thread quite a number of times.
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/20 19:16:37 (permalink)
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[id=quote font="arial, helvetica"]quote: Originally posted by NYPIzzaNut

The only pizza crust I look for is NY style - chewy and crunchy - sesame seed crust????????????????????????



OK, we get it. Really, we do.





I am so very  glad you have been paying attention.
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/20 20:27:39 (permalink)
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I am so very  glad you have been paying attention.


The following old quote exemplifies my opinion of pizza (and sex):

“Pizza is a lot like sex. When it's good, it's really good. When it's bad, it's still pretty good.”

There have been a few pizzas that I regretted ordering and eating, but not many. It really takes a lot to make pizza "lousy". Cracker crust? Not great, but not the most damning aspect of the meal either.

I am pretty picky, but I also have to live with my wife and be around friends who will find more meaning in the social occasion for dinner than in the penultimate crust texture. My wife likes Donato's. I would rather drive to a road food like pizza place, but we aren't basing our evening around pizza, either, so the mass produced Donato's wins at times.
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/20 20:48:16 (permalink)
NYPIzzaNut

I would get an oyster po' boy at New Orleans To Go for sure:

http://www.cincinnatiusa.com/dining/detail.asp?RestID=10499

It is mentioned in this thread quite a number of times.


Shellfish and I have an agreement...I don't eat it and it won't make me sick.   But a catfish po boy sounds pretty good...I liked the ones that I got at Redfish when it was downtown.  Is the rémoulade any good?

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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/20 21:15:42 (permalink)
Everything there is exceptional.
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/20 21:44:34 (permalink)
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NYPIzzaNut

I would get an oyster po' boy at New Orleans To Go for sure:

http://www.cincinnatiusa.com/dining/detail.asp?RestID=10499

It is mentioned in this thread quite a number of times.


Shellfish and I have an agreement...I don't eat it and it won't make me sick.   But a catfish po boy sounds pretty good...I liked the ones that I got at Redfish when it was downtown.  Is the rémoulade any good?




I have never had anything bad at New Orleans to Go...  I have tried well over half of what they offer and never had anything that disappointed me...
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/20 21:46:09 (permalink)
I keep forgetting to order their fried okra!   It is soooooo good.
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/21 07:29:47 (permalink)
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[id=quote font="arial, helvetica"]quote: Originally posted by NYPIzzaNut

The only pizza crust I look for is NY style - chewy and crunchy - sesame seed crust????????????????????????


OK, we get it. Really, we do.





I am so very  glad you have been paying attention.

Between the two threads it was getting a little repetitive. Just letting you know.
 
Nothing personal. I like reading your take on pizza.

post edited by Bonk - 2008/12/21 07:31:38
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/21 23:28:23 (permalink)
This thread has finally been merged back together.
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/22 07:54:28 (permalink)
I had a catfish po' boy at NTG last week and it was really good. It isn't served with remoulade but I didn't miss it. An 11 inch po boy can feed two easily.
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/22 22:26:27 (permalink)
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We lived in West Chester from '00 through '06, so we will be visiting old friends there and in Loveland (hmmm...I may need to visit The Works too ), but we will be very centrally located, in Finneytown.  Sub Station II is, of course, in NKy, so I'd say there is not much that I would consider "out of range", unless the weather makes driving too treacherous.

 
Looks like the weather will be good while you are here, so driving shouldn't be a problem.  Hope your trip here goes well, and let us know where you end up going!!
 
I would recommend Terry's Turf Club for burgers.  There have been different opinions, but I think it's great!!  It's on the east side of town, so not close to Finneytown.  Also, if you have kids, it is a bar & not always the right environment for children.  And they don't open til @4pm.
 
Terry's Turf Club
4618 Eastern Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45226
(513) 533-4222
 
And here are my reviews:
http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/tm.aspx?m=440425&mpage=


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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/23 07:35:46 (permalink)
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We lived in West Chester from '00 through '06, so we will be visiting old friends there and in Loveland (hmmm...I may need to visit The Works too ), but we will be very centrally located, in Finneytown.  Sub Station II is, of course, in NKy, so I'd say there is not much that I would consider "out of range", unless the weather makes driving too treacherous.

 
Looks like the weather will be good while you are here, so driving shouldn't be a problem.  Hope your trip here goes well, and let us know where you end up going!!
 
I would recommend Terry's Turf Club for burgers.  There have been different opinions, but I think it's great!!  It's on the east side of town, so not close to Finneytown.  Also, if you have kids, it is a bar & not always the right environment for children.  And they don't open til @4pm.
 
Terry's Turf Club
4618 Eastern Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45226
(513) 533-4222
 
And here are my reviews:
http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/tm.aspx?m=440425&mpage=


Terry's does have VERY good burgers...  I would rate them the best in town personally...
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/23 22:06:19 (permalink)
The change in forum software has me gone.

ASPPlayground is blocked at work and also does not support any of the browsers I use on my home Mac. :(

I did make it back to the Mexican restaurant over in Elmwood Place and it was awesome. Huge deep fried chimichanga covered with a green mole sauce stuffed with chicken in adobo and cheese.  Also had cheese and sour cream on top and sides of refried beans and spanish rice.  i have pics but no way to post them these days.
They also do a standard mole as well as red enchilada sauce as toppings.
I suggest you give it a go.

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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/24 12:14:07 (permalink)
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/24 12:19:17 (permalink)
I was just checking to see if I could post to this thread - the  Dayton/Middletown one keeps giving me an error message every time I try to post to it.

This has been going on for two days now.

I wanted to mention what happened after eating at the Grecian Delight in Middletown last Thursday - if no luck  I will post the message here as there are overlapping locations involved.
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/24 18:33:50 (permalink)
Bad news.  It seems that Kona Bistro in Oakley will be closing for good due to the economic downturn.

http://news.cincinnati.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/AB/20081224/BIZ01/312240018/
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/26 15:59:54 (permalink)
Still getting error when I try to post on the companion Dayton/Middletown thread.

I wanted to comment on Mr Herbs in N Ky - I have been there several times and I was never disappointed.

Besides lots of local folk you will be dining also with a number of pilots and stewardess.

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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/26 16:10:14 (permalink)
I was at Marx Bagels in Blue Ash last Thursday to pick up our monthly supply of bagels and bialys - shot lots of photos and will be posting some.

I also visited Bonnie Lynn Bakery in Montgomery picking up a dozen cinammon squares which are little pieces of heaven - the best little piece of a bun (similar but more airier and tasty than a crumb bun) I have ever tasted in my life - if you want to try them you have to reserve them before 3 pm the day before or likely they will be gone by 8 am or so the day you want them.  If you order in quantity like we do they simply tell the main bakery to make more for the next day.

That day I also picked up another wonderful NY type pizza from Dewey's Pizza in Montgomery for the wife and some delicious smoked sliced beef tongue and mushroom salad from Marina's International Deli and Gourmet Foods, just above Dewey's at 11426 Montgomery Rd in the next little strip center past E.Kemper Rd on the right - they are in the far north portion of the building) last going away from I-275 (they are a Eastern European type deli/grocery and open til 8 pm on weekdays).

Here is their website:

 http://www.marinasdeli.com/

That day we ate at Grecian Delight in Middletown  and we found them to be good and reasonable -  but their baklava was the best we had ever had in our lives.

Leaving there we pass Micromonaco's Pizzeria on the way to downtown Middletown - they are about a mile or less from the Grecian Delight - since I had planned on Dewey's Pizza for take out I did not stop there to check them out as I plan to in the future when in that area once again.  (They are mentioned on the companion thread  as being THE pizzeria in Middletown - any one ever been there?)
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"G. Bailey's" - new place in Loveland 2008/12/27 00:05:05 (permalink)
"Golden Lamb owner opens G Baileys": http://cincinnati.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/stories/2008/12/22/daily52.html

My wife and I tried it tonight.

It is located in the old Encore restaurant space at McCabe Crossing and most of the decor is the same.

Basically, the menu was an upscale, more innovative and smaller version of an O'Charley's selection. I don't mean this critically - they are clearly focusing on fewer items with more care. They had one or two steak dinners and a fish dinner in the $20 range, some pasta dishes in the <$15 range, a bunch of sandwiches and salads around $6-$8, and a selection of common appetizers. One soup, which was cream of asparagus today.

We had a Caesar salad, a lettuce wedge salad, and the spinach and artichoke dip with pita wedges. The artichoke dip was very thick and flavorful, and had a large mound of grated parmesan. Our salads were very fresh and well prepared.

We had the undivided attention of the manager who was serving us, who hovered over us to see how we liked the food  and the atmosphere (probably a bit too much, but we were the only couple there when we left at about 9:30 PM.) He told us that the place had been open just this week as as "soft opening", meaning that it just opened with no advertising.

There's a full bar. We had iced tea.

Two things mentioned by the Business Courier article that may be a bit misleading. "From $5.95" entrees is technically correct, but that is literally only a couple of items on the menu. The prices are more mass-chain level than "bargain" level, per my description above. I'm assuming that they will promote the place with coupons and special offers. Secondly, the menu isn't anything like the Golden Lamb, which may be implied by the title of the BC article.

Basically it is a higher quality, locally owned, and personalized alternative to the middle of the road big chain restaurants, which dominate the scene in the Deerfield Twp. area. The decor makes it seem like it would be more expensive than it is.

We intend to go back and try some of their other offerings when we get a chance. I recommend it.
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Re:"G. Bailey's" - new place in Loveland 2008/12/28 16:49:02 (permalink)
http://earlworld.blogspot.com/2006/04/marxs-bagels.html

Saturday, April 01, 2006 Marx's Bagels A couple weeks ago, Dianne and I went to Marx's Hot Bagel Factory in Blue Ash. There is a large sign on the door that says "This is an experience, not a restaurant. Owner not politically correct. Enter at your own risk." We've been going there off and on since we moved here so we knew what to expect.

It was a busy day. The counter was full and there was a large line of people waiting to place orders at the register. While waiting in line, Dianne spotted some people leaving their seats at the counter so we got out of line and sat down. John Marx the owner, affectionately dubbed "The Bagel Man", was working near that spot. He seemed pretty wound up with all the customers. Fortunately, one of the employees came over to wait on us before he got there. ALL the employees there hustle or The Bagel Man chews them out. We knew what we wanted, ordered, and paid promptly when we got our bagels.

The Blue Ash location of Marx's Hot Bagels is Kosher. We were chatting about the Marx experience and Dianne asked if I remembered when we saw The Bagel Man wait on someone many years ago who asked for ham or bacon on their bagel. Boy did he go off on one of his rants! No sooner did Dianne mention that when the Bagel Man gets on the restaurant speaker and yells to people in line to get over to the counter and order rather than standing in line at the register. Then he takes out his referee whistle and gives it a big blast so they know where to go.
The first people ordering from him give little bits of their request at a time. It's hard to know if he's paying attention since you say one thing and he walks away. However, he expects you to yell the rest of your order so he'll get everything at once. When The Bagel Man returns and hears more of the order he starts ranting to the customer about the right way to order. After a couple more rounds of this, the customer finally asks "why do you have to be so mean?" That softens him up a bit and when he comes back with the take out bagels he gives an extra couple bagels in a bag with some instructions how to keep them.

The next couple ordering comes over and the woman asks The Bagel Man for a Reuben bagel sandwich. He replies we don't have that and she comes back with I'll just have corned beef on a bagel. That sends him over the edge so he grabs the microphone and yells to one of the customers he recognizes in line and asks him to come over and explain to this lady why we don't have corned beef – this is a kosher place (although I understand it's possible to make kosher corned beef). It was a classic déjà vu moment for us.

You can read more about the Bagel Man story here and experiences at the restaurant here. Most important for me, I think he makes a great bagel product. Whether he's blowing a whistle, wearing a beanie, or looking at you through the bagel glasses, you are in for an experience if you go to Marx's Bagels while John is working.



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If you want bagels and bialys like you find in NYC this is the place to go.  As promised here are some photos from my last visit to this wonderful Cincinnati institution:


..what the outside looks lik..








...part of the bagel and bialy selection that awaits you...



..a wide shot of the interior of Marx Bagels..



..part of the lunch counter...









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Re:"G. Bailey's" - new place in Loveland 2008/12/28 21:50:43 (permalink)
NYPizzanut,

Thanks for sharing!!!!  I really should try to get out there soon.  I grew up on these bagels, and miss them tremendously.  My cousin worked there when they were located on Reading Rd. near Section Ave. {many, many moons ago}, and would bring us a dozen bagels a couple times a week.  I really liked the salt bagels back then, but am more an everything bagel kinda person nowadays.
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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2008/12/30 20:10:58 (permalink)
soozycue520...Looks like the weather will be good while you are here, so driving shouldn't be a problem.  Hope your trip here goes well, and let us know where you end up going!!...

It was a good trip, and I got to a few of my favorites, but unfortunately not to anything new.  We never got to Tri-County area, so I couldn't try NO-to-go.  Too bad, that catfish sounded pretty good...maybe next time. 

We had a family (21 people!) excursion to the Finneytown Skyline the day after Christmas, followed by a Greater's visit.  Other stops:
We were able to stay an extra day, so my wife and I had a great dinner at Arloi Dee on Saturday night.  I also got to have my favorite design-your-own pizza at The Works in Loveland (BBQ sauce, pepperoni, bacon and roasted garlic, NO cheese) this trip.  Also did a visit to Frisch's breakfast bar...a glutton's paradise!  The baby-back ribs I wanted came from an unexpected place...mom made some for Christmas Eve dinner!

Did a lot of food shopping too.  My wife is a Celiac sufferer, so we have to go to extremes to find ingredients.  We visited Jungle Jim's and Whole Foods and Fresh Market and got bags full of good stuff.  New find: the Moondance brand desserts at Whole Foods are winners if you know any Celiacs who are desperate for dessert...and they are made in Cincinnati!

Now I'm off to make some gluten-free pecan pie!


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RE: WhereToEat: Cincinnati and N.Ky (open chat) 2009/01/05 13:49:00 (permalink)
TJ/everyone
 
- I saw there was a new bagel and deli place over by the Lodge Bar /Gondola Pizza downtown.  Did not catch a name - has anyone heard about it/been there yet? 

Also, there was a write up in the Enquirer about Avril-Bleh and their lunch sandwich menu recently.  Has anyone tested the waters there yet?  That one is a bit of a hike for me so I assume it might not be in the cards with the cold weather finally coming.  Just curious as I'd like to try some new places soon and was hoping for a preview. 

http://news.cincinnati.com/article/20090102/ENT01/901020327/1026/ent01

Happy Eating 2009.
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