Restaurants & Reservations: Dining in Cincinnati

What happens when a rabbi and a lawyer walk into a bar? We'll let you know in a few years, but until then we'll do our best to share with you our favorite (and not-so-favorite) Cincinnati restaurants and hope you'll share some with us, too!

Happy New Year!

His Take

Happy New Year, all! As we kick-off Restaurants & Reservations’ 2009 series, we thought we'd start by introducing ourselves to those of you that have been following the blog and those of you who are new to it. My name is Michael, and I’ve been living in Cincinnati for just over eight months. As you can probably tell from our previous reviews, I’m the carnivore in this relationship when we eat out. I love a good steak (or burger depending on the night), so you generally won’t find me settling for just pasta or a salad — especially when I’m hungry. I’m a big fan of ethnic foods, especially Asian cuisine and Middle Eastern, but I’m game to try almost anything. So, if you have a favorite place you think we should visit, don’t be shy! Enjoy the coming reviews...
Her Take

Happy New Year from this side too! We’re back, we have a (slightly) new design, and we have lots of reviews and new ideas to share with you in the coming months. I’m Jessica, and I’ve been living here in Cincy for about a year and a half. This blog was born out of our enjoyment of food, of course, and as a way to keep us trying all the great restaurants out there instead of just going back to the same old places. Dining out, I tend to stick to vegetarian dishes, but also fish—so don’t get confused when I lament the lack of vegetarian food and then settle on salmon! I like lots of random foods, but Italian tends to be my comfort food. I’m also a complete chocoholic, so I usually avoid fruity desserts in favor of something much, much richer. Suggestions are always appreciated! …And, we’re back!


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Gajah Wong in Northside has the best veggie options