Food & Wine highlights 5 Cincinnati establishments

Story excerpt provided by Cincinnati Business Courier.

Written by Andy Brownfield.

Cincinnati’s food scene is getting even more (well-deserved) attention from the national culinary media.

Food & Wine calls Cincinnati a “Rust Belt revival story,” saying the city charms with forward-thinking restaurants and well-stocked shops. Writer Elyse Inamine picked out five she thinks are worth paying attention to.:

  1. Analog Coffee Bar: “After expanding last year, this hip café in Newport, across the Ohio River in Kentucky, doubled down on the coffee geekery. The menu is divided by eight brewing methods, while owners Justin and Emily Carabello offer ticketed coffee tastings.”
  2. Artichoke: “Design professor Karen Hughes and her husband, Brad, opened this sleek hybrid kitchen shop and cooking school in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood.”

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Originally published October 27, 2017.

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