Funky’s Catering Events will present a five-course Italian dinner and wine pairing at The Transept, 1205 Elm Street, starting at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, July 14. Cost is $100 for each person. For more information and reservations, call (513) 841-9999.
The leadership teams from Jeff Ruby Culinary Entertainment and Mercedes-Benz of Fort Mitchell turned over the keys to a new van to the Bray Family of Cincinnati on Monday. It was one foodie family helping another foodie family.
Wellmann's Brands is making a contemporary move this summer with the opening of M. Wellmann's inside the Contemporary Arts Center downtown Cincinnati. Located to the right of the lobby, the bar and lounge area reflect the bright, open space of the CAC.
Asian Food Fest is expanding to 31 restaurants and food trucks, Saturday, May 13 and Sunday, May 14, 2017, noon-9 p.m. in Cincinnati’s Washington Park. In its seventh production, Asian Food Fest will feature a dozen more food vendors than 2016 and 15 brand new to this vibrant community festival.
Carbo-loading on pasta the night before a big race? Yes! This is a ritual that the Flying Pig Marathon honors by hosting its annual Walmart and Sam’s Club Pasta Party on Saturday on Saturday, May 6 with two seatings at 5 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. at the Schmidlapp Event Lawn on East Mehring Way next to the Moerlein Lager House.
We all love spending time at Great American Ball Park (GABP), watching the Cincinnati Reds but with games averaging 3 plus hours, you're destined to spend a meal or two at the stadium. Here’s a look at the new menu items you can indulge in at GABP this season.
The newest bar to open in Over-the-Rhine is Longfellow, located at the corner of Clay and 13th Streets, across from Gia and the Blooms. This low key cocktail bar and cafe has a “locals/neighborhood” vibe with expertly crafted drinks, a rock solid beer and wine list and eclectic old world inspired food menu.
Stone Creek Dining Company of Montgomery, part of the Cunningham Restaurant Group, LLC, will relocate its restaurant to a new building a half mile north of its present facility on Montgomery Road by late Fall of 2017.
According to an American Express Report, some six million couples were engaged last week on Valentine’s Day. Cali Rhein, Director of Sales and Event Production at the Anderson Pavilion, the event space located in Smale Riverfront Park, shares tips for wedding planning. Top tips include: selecting the date for the big day, determining a budget and choosing a theme.
Bockfeast dinners are available at Bockfest Hall on Saturday March 4, 1-3 p.m. and 4-6 p.m. and Sunday March 5, 3-5 p.m. , and the Bockfeast Brunch is available on Sunday March 5 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. All include a full meal of herb roasted chicken, bockwurst and sauerkraut, German potato salad, salad, sides, and caramel cinnamon bread pudding and more.
What’s easier for Valentine’s Day than a romantic dinner out? Whatever your love’s taste, Liberty Center can help you celebrate — but don’t wait to make your reservations! So many options so here are a few ideas.
Funky’s Catering Events features “South America” for their February Wine Dinner with a five-course dinner at The Transept, 1205 Elm Street, starting at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, February 17. Tickets to the event are $95 each and seating is limited. For more information and reservations, call (513) 841-9999.
This year, the Moerlein Lager House will host 10 Beer Dinners collaborating with local breweries to showcase their own culinary creativity and local craft beers. Treat your palette to a five-course meal perfectly paired with beers from Fifty West Brewing Company on January 18.
For the past seven years, Funky’s Catering Events has offered a series of wine dinners planned in collaboration by its owner/operator Michael “Funky” Forgus and Chef James Trent. About four times per year, the themed dinners are offered to guests to enjoy the multi-course food and wine pairings.