From merlot to cabernet, malbec to pinot, a glass of red wine is considered by many to be the perfect way to relax. The problem is, red wine is also notorious for a tendency to stain otherwise healthy teeth.
The names are as varied as their cuisine—Bakersfield, Eagle, Krueger’s, Kaze. Downtown delights even the most casual connoisseurs of cuisine have most likely heard of, if not sampled (repeatedly) in person. A fraternity of seriously good food, all under the watch of one local authority: Thunderdome Restaurant Group.
While the past 20 years have seen Blooms & Berries Farm Market serving up a healthy slice of autumn amusement with their Fall on the Farm festival (think corn maze, hayrides, caramel apples and, of course, pumpkins galore), this family business is so much more than that.
I can’t lie … I’ve been looking forward to this issue for a long while. Dining out, whipping up a feast in the kitchen or sipping an IPA with friends, nothing brings us together like food and libations—and this issue is chock-full with ways to ignite your taste buds, fill your belly and wet your whistle. … Continued
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It was a day made for shopping in downtown Loveland. On Aug. 10, not one but two new chic boutiques celebrated their official grand openings—Haven Grey and Lemons and Limes were both welcomed by Mayor Kathy Bailey and LMRCA President CeeCee Collins. Friends, family and fans gathered to applaud the cutting of their official red ribbons. HavenGrey.com | LemonsLimesBoutique.com
Aug. 27 was gloomy, but the golfing, food and fundraising were anything but—who else but Tony’s could serve up such a stellar lunch? Among the sponsors of this annual event benefiting the Dragonfly Foundation, Tony’s treated all to prime rib sliders with caramelized onions and horseradish cream. The day culminated with a silent auction—raising money for one amazing cause. Dragonfly.org
Golden sunlight gleams through towering window openings. The rusted iron and broken glass panes have nearly vanished. The space is illuminated with details time almost forgot: soaring concrete ceilings, wood beams, intricate piping, unique symmetry and colorful graffiti tags. For decades, the mostly abandoned Peters Cartridge Company has haunted the Kings Mills valley where Grandin Road meets the Little Miami River. On…