Cincinnati City Guide: Where to Eat, Drink, Sleep and Shop
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.
Analog Coffee Bar, 107 East 9th Street, Newport, KY, 859-415-1587
Design professor Karen Hughes and her husband, Brad, opened this sleek hybrid kitchen shop and cooking school in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood.
Artichoke, 1824 Elm Street, 513-263-1002
There’s more to this funky spot in Pendleton than its whimsical cocktails. Owner Mike Stankovich uses a countertop induction burner and toaster to cook up delicious pierogies and other bar bites.
Longfellow, 1233 Clay Street, 513-549-0744
Ryan Santos, an alum of Relae restaurant in Copenhagen, is quietly cooking Cincy’s most ambitious food at this spare but stylish restaurant, also in Over-the-Rhine. Look out for spicebush-infused ice cream.
Please, 1405 Clay Street, 513-405-8859
21C Museum Hotel Cincinnati
This Central Business District hotel stages a new art exhibition each season. On view this fall is “The Future is Female,” which showcases 43 women artists.
21C Museum Hotel Cincinnati, 609 Walnut Street, 513-578-6600