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Brewing Heritage Trail receives $300,000 in state/local funds, construction to begin early next year

The Over-the-Rhine Brewery District was recently awarded $200,000 from the state and $100,000 from the city to help launch construction on the Brewing Heritage Trail in Over-the-Rhine.

Five Cincinnati projects receive over $9 million in state historic tax credits

The Ohio Development Services Agency recently awarded $27.8 million in state historic tax credits. Five projects in Cincinnati received a total of just over $9.3 million in this round of funding.

Plans announced for The Skeleton Root, the second winery coming to Over-the-Rhine

The Skeleton Root is the second new winery (along with Revel OTR) that's coming to Over-the-Rhine. It will be just east of Rhinegeist Brewery at 38 W. McMicken Ave.

Local winemakers take their hobby to the next level with OTR winery and wine bar

Anthony and Jodie Maieron, friends John and Amy Coleman and vintner Alex Sena are establishing Revel OTR winery and wine bar on 12th Street between Walnut and Jackson, hoping to be open by early September.

Artichoke cookware store hosting series of cooking classes, demos

Artichoke, which opened earlier this spring near Findlay Market, will host its first in a series of cooking classes to be taught by Chef Anthony Jordan of Invito Personal Chef on June 25.

ArtWorks adding 23 more murals to Cincinnati this summer

ArtWorks staff and youth apprentices will work on 23 mural projects around Great Cincinnati this summer, and a kickoff event is scheduled for June 20 on Pleasant Street in OTR.

Small-batch distilleries making a comeback across Greater Cincinnati

Much like craft breweries, small-batch liquor distilleries are making a comeback across Greater Cincinnati area. Here's a roundup of local distilleries with two more coming soon.

Adaptive reuse development helps promote bicycle-centered lifestyle in Pendleton

A new Pendleton apartment building — designed, developed and rehabilitated by BiLT Architects — is the first to be named an official "Bicycle Friendly Destination" by Queen City Bike.

Outdoor bar and beer garden to be first along Central Parkway bike lane

Queen City Radio, an outdoor bar and beer garden, will open this summer in the former automotive service and repair shop at Central Parkway and West 12th Street.

Panino food truck owner opening restaurant in OTR

Nino Loreto, who has been serving charcuterie and artisanal sandwiches from a food truck since 2013, plans to open a brick-and-mortar restaurant on Vine Street in OTR. 

Cincinnati Public Schools announcement puts Vision 2020 plans into motion

Seven Cincinnati Public Schools are getting updated curriculum in time for next school year, the first changes in the district's five-year Vision 2020 plan.

Entrepreneurs utilize Findlay Market to develop sandwich shop concept

Josh Dickerson and Tyler Retyi-Gazda share a dream to open a restaurant, so they're serving po' boys on weekends at Findlay Market to help perfect their concept.

Neighborhood eateries are jumping on the outdoor dining bandwagon

Many Greater Cincinnati restaurants now offer sidewalk, patio or rooftop dining. These are just a few of our favorites.

Findlay Kitchen to offer commercial space for food entrepreneurs, classes

Findlay Market hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony March 23 for its nonprofit Findlay Kitchen incubator, which will offer space for entrepreneurs and cooking classes as well as training, mentoring and resources.

Melt and Neon's getting brunch, Myrtle's Punch House adding food menu

Molly Wellmann acquired Melt and Picnic & Pantry in January with an eye toward bringing food to Wellmann's Brands bars, which will begin soon with brunch at Melt and Neon's and a food menu at Mrytle's Punch House.
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