re: Indian Eats: does not appear to be a consensus :-) ah well. Do any of them do Dosas?
re: Tacquerias: the only one I knew of was the one on RT4. I'd have to guess that Hamilton, with it's large hispanic population, probably has one or more somewhere, but I rarely get up that way.
re: Tom's Pot Pies: Tom got a writeup in Cincinnati Magazine recently, and (edited in) a writeup in CinWeekly's Two for $20 feature, found here: http://cinweekly.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/A1/20071205/ENT0104/711280333/
re: new Eats (1 of 3) The Mythos Grill across the street from where I work has had pictures in the window of greek specialties like moussaka and pastichio in the window as they did construction, so my assumption all along was that this location would have a fuller menu including these items. Edit 12/7/2006
Not so. Same gyro-centric menu as the others. Sad.
Turns out I was wrong....the wall menuboard shows this limited menu as I described, but the *printed* paper menu (which wasn't available the day I first stopped in) is far, far more extensive. I'm not saying it is good, or that it is cheap (pastichio for 9 bucks?) but there is a lot more to be had here. My bad.
re: new Eats (2 of 3) Construction on Oceanaire (right across the street from the newly opened Nada, per previous post) is well underway. The March 2008 opening data posted on their website looks attainable.
re: new Eats (3 of 3) Cafe 201 has opened in the Atrium I building on 4th at Main. 7$/lb salad bar, soup bar, various somewhat upscale foodcourt-like stations pumping out 5-7 dollar meals. The panini station doesn't look too bad. Given the cold and that it's so darn close I'll be sure to give it a few tries and report back