Saturday, September 8, 2012

It's a Win-Win at the Original Greater Cincinnati Fall Restaurant Week

      C'mon…you must have some occasion to celebrate with a night out to one of Cincinnati's finest restaurants.  Starting Monday, September 10 and running through Wednesday, September 19, the Greater Cincinnati Independent Restaurants will participate in the city's original Fall Restaurant Week.  Depending on the price level of the
restaurant diners will choose from selections on a 3 or 4-course menu for $33 per person, or 3 courses for $16.50 per person.  

Crab Cake from Brown Dog Café
      Looking through the menus posted on their website, The Summit at the Midwest Culinary Institute and InCahoot's receive our top picks for inspired menus.  The Summit continues to train top-notch chefs from around the world (one of our neighbors just hosted two students from France).  It would be a great time to sample a meal from someone that may be tomorrow's Top Chef.  Ask for the table with a view of the kitchen.  It's pure entertainment.  InCahoot's in Blue Ash 
The Kitchen at The Summit
gets raves from us for participating in an outdoor event recently that ended in a torrential downpour.  Their professionalism during the mayhem was striking and totally positive!

      In case you don't remember, Restaurant Week started in New York City as a promotion for visitors to the 1992 Democratic National Convention.  Now that's a stimulus plan.  Bon appétit!

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