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Cincinnati is Cool. Here Are Your Talking Points.

Are you the parent of an out-of town guest who will be visiting for the Thanksgiving holiday? Or maybe YOU are the transplant who has family visiting you here in Cincinnati. Do you cringe when they ask, “What’s so great about Cincinnati?” or “Why do you want to live here?” To relieve the stress, we’ve…

Exploring Wyoming, Ohio

We’re spreading our wings! From the seeds we planted at Findlay Market in 2012, Cincinnati Food Tours has grown to include Over-the-Rhine,  Walnut Hills, Pendleton, and Mt. Adams, all neighborhoods concentrated around downtown. Now we can say that we have officially expanded our options to include a tour in one of Cincinnati’s surrounding suburbs. Last…

Play Hooky in Cincinnati

Revised July 24, 2020 For many of us, this year’s vacation was a dud. COVID-19 put the whammy on any plans that we had. Now with the end of summer already approaching and talk of the kids staying home AGAIN from school to learn remotely, it’s time to just forget about everything! Just sneak away…

Beyond Findlay Market

Cincinnati began as a small settlement on the banks of the Ohio River. With the emergence of the steamboat era and the completion of the Miami and Erie Canal, the frontier town quickly grew into a bustling metropolis. Waves of immigrants added to population density and people began to build homes and businesses farther from…

Why Our Pendleton Tour May Be Just the Ticket for Winter

Looking for a cure for cabin fever or just an excuse to get out of the house this winter? Here are five reasons we think The All-American Food Tour in Pendleton may be your best bet: Pendleton is a diverse residential neighborhood just east of Over-the-Rhine. More than likely, the neighborhood’s history and culture will…

Summer in Cincinnati: 10 Things that Inspired Me

First, I need to come clean. I live in the suburbs. On a cul-de-sac. With a big yard and a gas grill on a wood deck. However, I spend about half my time in the heart of the city, in Downtown Cincinnati and in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. I go for work, but I also go…