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November 2018

ALE! to the QUEEN CITY Cincinnati Beer Festival, Nov. 23-24


MAYOR’S WELCOME Dear Friends: On behalf of the great City of Cincinnati, I am delighted to welcome you to our region! Cincinnati is in the midst of a booming renaissance and I am honored you have chosen to visit. Our 52 diverse neighborhoods, each with its own fascinating architecture, culture, business center, and personality, are sure to make you enjoy your stay. We have invested billions of dollars in recent development to transform our city into a world-class destination rich in things to do stretching from The Banks to College Hill. We are cultivating vibrant places to live, develop, and grow, and I assure you are visiting a city with much to take pride in. Key Magazine Cincinnati is a great resource for learning about the many attractions we have to offer in the area. With top-rated museums, theaters, and a top-five zoo in the nation, we are confident there is something for everyone. We are honored to welcome thousands of visitors among our guests each year, and know your decision to visit the Queen City will not leave you disappointed. Thank you for coming to Cincinnati. I look forward to the reviews of your wonderful stay. Sincerely,

John Cranley Mayor, City of Cincinnati

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OFFICIAL CITY GUIDE

NOVEMBER 2018

VOL. 74

NO. 11

Mayor’s Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Cover story . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 What’s Going On . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Event of the Month . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Restaurant of the Month . . . . . . . . . 13 Exhibit of the Month . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Greater Cincinnati Area Map . . . 16-17 Downtown Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Cause of the Month . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Key Magazine Real Estate . . . . . . . 20 Over The Rhine Map . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Downtown Dining . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Central Dining . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Northern Dining . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Kentucky Dining . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Shopping Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Antique Shops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Art Galleries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Published Monthly by: Patty Youkilis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Publisher Barbara Rothstein . . . . . .Account Manager Kelly Crawley . . . . . . . . . .Account Manager Beth Kotzin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Editor Jennifer Carroll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Designer Steven Thomas . . . . . . . . . . .Photographer Cover and cover story photos by: Mackenzie Frank KEY/CINCINNATI MAGAZINE P.O. BOX 37137 CINCINNATI, OHIO 45222 513-235-7965

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Ale to the Queen City beer festival celebrates the region’s rich brewing heritage

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le to the Queen City, November 23 and 24, will feature more than 20 local craft beers, signature Cincinnati dishes, and live music. The outdoor event will take place on Mehring Way between Elm Street and the Roebling Bridge. Coffee and hot chocolate will also be served, with the option to add some holiday “spirits.” The festival is a celebration of Cincinnati, the holiday season and the region’s rich brewing heritage. It’s the perfect time to meet up with friends and family to keep Thanksgiving weekend going! Ever wonder how brewers invent new beers or come up with those beer names? Curious about home brewing? You can quench your thirst for knowledge at the event as you hear stories and ask questions about the Cincinnati region’s favorite beers during “Tales & Ales” sessions.

Info • Beer tickets: To be purchased on site and are $1 each. 1 ticket = 3 oz. sample or 5 tickets = full-size beer. • Hours: 2 p.m. - 10 p.m. • Web: www.aletothequeencity.com for complete event information and a list of participating breweries.

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WHAT’S GOING ON ARONOFF CTR. FOR THE ARTS 650 Walnut Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 Roald Dahl’s Charlie And The Chocolate Factory: 10/23-11/4 My Favorite Year: 11/9-11/17 Rock of Ages: 11/15 A Charlie Brown Christmas Live on Stage: 11/17 98 Degrees at Christmas: 11/24 The Play That Goes Wrong: 11/27-12/2 BELTERRA CASINO & HOTEL 777 Belterra Drive Florence, Indiana 47020 812-427-7777 Brett Michaels: 11/10 Lee Greenwood & Crystal Gayle: 11/17 BOGART’S 2621 Vine St. Cincinnati, OH 45219 513-872-8801 Mayday Parade: 11/1 Cash Unchained: The Ultimate Johnny Cash Experience: 11/2 Chief Keef: 11/3 Nick Swardson: 11/4 Palaye Royale: 11/6 Prettymuch: 11/7 Lary Over: 11/8 Under the Covers with The Bronson Arroyo Band: 11/9 Thrice: 11/10 Cleopatrick: 11/11 Mike Shinoda North America: 11/12 Nghtmre: 11/15 Music of Cream 50th Anniversary Tour: 11/16 Lanco: 11/17 Death From Above: Heads Up! is Now: 11/18 Jackyl: 11/20 Grunge Fest: 11/21 Amine: 11/23 Stairway to Zeppelin: 11/24 8 KEYCINCINNATI.COM

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The Clairvoyants Christm Christmas: tmas: 11/28 CINCINNATI BENGALS GALLS vs. Saints: 11/11 vs. Browns: 11/255 CINCINNATI CYCLONES LONE ES vs. Nailers: 11/7 vs. Fuel: 11/9 vs. Swamp Rabbits/ ts/ 11/133 vs. Komets: 11/166 vs. Wings: 11/17 vs. Wings: 11/21 vs. Komets: 11/288 CINCINNATI MUSEUM CENTER 1301 Western Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45203 513-287-7000 Chocolate the Exhibition: now to 1/6/2019 Guitar: The Instrument That Rocked The World: now to 1/6/19 CINCINNATI PLAYHOUSE IN THE PARK 962 Mt. Adams Circle Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-421-3888 (Box Office) Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley: 11/1-11/10 Jungle Book: 11/2 Cincinnati King: 11/3-11/30 A Christmas Carol: 11/21-11/30 CINCINNATI POPS ORCHESTRA 1241 Elm Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 General Information: 513-6211919 or Box Office: 513-3813300 Orchestra Toybox: 11/3 Indigo Girls: 11/20 CINCINNATI SHAKESPEARE COMPANY 719 Race Street

NO OVEMBER VEMBER ART BEYOND BOUNDARIES 1410 Main St. Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-421-8726 Changing Perceptions Harmony: 11/30

Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-381-2273 11984: 19 84: 10/12-11/4 Twelfth Night: Twel lft fthh Ni Nigh ght:t: 111/16-12/8 1/16 1/ 16-1 -12/ 2/88 CINCINNATI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 1241 Elm Street Cincinnati, OH 45202 General Information: 513-6211919 or Box Office: 513-3813300 Russian Masterpieces: 11/211/3 One City: Beethoven 9: 11/911/10 Tchaikovsky’s Fourth: 11/2411/25 Bronfman Plays Brahms: 11/30-12/1 CINCINNATI ZOO 3400 Vine Street Cincinnati, OH 45220 513-281-4700 PNC Festival of Lights: 11/171/1/19 CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER 44 E. 6th St. Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-345-8400 Raquel Andre: 9/5-11/4 Kahlil Joseph: 9/10-11/4 Karl Blossfeldt, Francis Bruguière and Thomas Ruff: 9/21-1/13/19 Mamma Andersson: 10/52/10/19


WHAT’S GOING ON Akram Zaatari: 10/5-2/10/19 ENSEMBLE THEATRE CINCINNATI 1127 Vine St. Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-421-3555 Alice in Wonderland: 11/2812/30 GO BANANAS COMEDY CLUB 8410 Market Place Lane Cincinnati, OH 45242 513-984-9288 Michael Palascak: 11/1-11/4 Mark Chalifoux: 11/3 Chad Daniels: 11/9-11/10 On Tour All-Stars Comedy Showcase: 11/11 Kevin Bozeman: 11/15-11/18 Robert Hawkins: 11/29-12/2 HEBREW UNION COLLEGE: SKIRBALL MUSEUM 3101 Clifton Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45220 513-221-1875 Jewish Cincinnati: A Photographic History by J. Miles Wolf: 10/11-1/6/19 JACK CASINO 1000 Broadway St Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-252-0777 Sara Evans: 11/24 KROHN CONSERVATORY 1501 Eden Park Drive Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-421-4086 A Crystal Holiday: 11/10-11/30 MILLER GALLERY 2715 Erie Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45208 513-871-4420 Tyler Shields: 11/1-11/10 MUSIC HALL 1241 Elm St.

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Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-621-2787 (ARTS) Cincinnati Coffee Festival: 11/911/11 NEW RIFF DISTILLERY 24 Distillery Way Newport , KY 41073 859-261-7433 Hmmm Pop: 11/18 NEWPORT AQUARIUM 1 Aquarium Way Newport, KY 41071 Military Appreciation Week: 11/10-11/18 RIVERBEND MUSIC CENTER 6295 Kellogg Ave Cincinnati, OH 45230 (513) 232-6220 Nothing in November TAFT MUSEUM OF ART 316 Pike St. Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-241-0343 Paris to New York: Photographs by Eugène Atget and Berenice Abbott: 10/6-1/20/19 Antique Christmas: 11/2-1/6/19 TAFT THEATER 317 E. 5th St. Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-232-6220 Double Dare Live!: 11/1 Nicki Bluhm: 11/6 Deafheaven/DIIV: 11/7 Rumours of Fleetwood Mac: 40 Years of Rumours: 11/8 Kansas: 11/9 Dawes: 11/10 Mann Family: 11/11 Joe Bonamassa: 11/12 John Hiatt: 11/13 O.A.R: 11/15 Houndmouth: 11/16 David Feherty: 11/17 Generation Axe: 11/19 The Brian Setzer Orchestra:

11/20 Peppa Pig Live!: 11/23 Trailer Park Boys: 11/28 National Ballet Theatre of Odessa: Swan Lake: 11/29 John Butler Trio+: 11/30 UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI COLLEGE-CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC W. Corry St. and Jefferson Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45221 513-556-4183 The Turn of the Screw: 11/1511/18 U.S. BANK ARENA 100 Broadway Cincinnati, OH 45202 513-421-4111 Paw Patrol Live!: 11/3-11/4 truTV Impractical Jokers ‘The Cranjis McBasketball World Comedy Tour’ Starring The Tenderloins: 11/14 Cheer Derby: 11/18 WWE Starrcade: 11/24 WATER TOWER FINE WINES 6136 Campus Lane Mount Washington, OH 513-231-WINE Rose for Thanksgiving: 11/2 Saturday Tastings: 11/3 A Survey of Cru Beaujolais: 11/9 Saturday Tastings: 11/10 Sunday Sampler: Burgundy VS New World Pinot Noir: 11/11 Saturday Tastings: 11/17 Red Bordeaux: 11/23 Saturday Tastings: 11/24 Pizza Buffet & Ripasso Tasting: 11/24 Chianti: 11/30

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CONVENTIONS & SPECIAL EVENTS SkyStar Observation Wheel The Banks 150 E. Freedom Way Cincinnati, OH 11/1-12/2 USS Nightmare Riverboat Row 101 Riverboat Row Newport, KY 11/1-11/3 The Dent Schoolhouse The Dent Schoolhouse 5963 Harrison Ave. Cincinnati, OH 11/1-11/3 Greater Cinti Holiday Market Duke Energy Convention Ctr. 525 Elm St. Cincinnati, OH 11/2-11/4 Gateway Gala Mayerson JCC

8485 Ridge Road Cincinnati, OH 11/3 Turkey Bowl Fall Festival Paul Brown Stadium Parking 297 W. Mehring Way Cincinnati, OH 11/3-11/4 Christmas Nights of Lights Coney Island 6201 Kellogg Ave. Cincinnati, OH 11/9-12/31 Goodman Gun & Knife Show Sharonville Convention Ctr. 11355 Chester Road Cincinnati, OH 11/10-11/11 Cin City Reptile Show Sharonville Convention Ctr. 11355 Chester Road Cincinnati, OH

11/11 Victory of Light Expo Sharonville Convention Ctr. 11355 Chester Road Cincinnati, OH 11/17-11/18 Macy’s Light Up the Square Fountain Square Fifth and Vine Streets Cincinnati, OH 11/23 Greater Cinti Winterfair 2018 Northern Kentucky Convention Center 1 W. RiverCenter Boulevard Covington, KY 11/23-11/25 Redsfest Duke Energy Convention Ctr. 525 Elm St. Cincinnati, OH 11/30-12/1


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ArtWorks to host region’s most anticipated fundraiser Nov. 16 at the Banks

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n expected 500 artists will donate original pieces to support the nonprofit’s mission. ArtWorks’ signature fall event, Secret ArtWorks, returns on Friday, November 16, 2018 from 7–10 p.m., at The Banks. Secret ArtWorks showcases artistic talent from Greater Cincinnati and beyond in the form of a hundreds of 5×7-inch works of art that will be up for sale at the event. This party plays host to art lovers and patrons including Cincinnati’s most enthusiastic art connoisseurs, city leaders and young professionals. ArtWorks has been collecting the art pieces that will be for sale at the event. The organization is expecting to collect over 800 individual pieces for the event. Secret ArtWorks keeps the identity of the artists under lock and key until the secret works of art are purchased. Guests at the event select their mini masterpiece based only on what the piece looks like. A voucher is included in most ticket levels. New this year, ArtWorks is working with six local art curators to create unique selections. Curators include, Allison Banzhaf, Amanda Carlisle of Wooden Hill, Barbara Hauser of Red Door Project, Cal Cullen of Wave Pool, David Smith of Marta Hewett Gallery, and Sara Vance Waddell. “We love that the event supports both ArtWorks and so many local artists,” said Hauser of P&G Cincinnati Community Relations and co-chair of Secret ArtWorks. “Cincinnati is such a hub of creative talent, that is why I started the Red Door

Project four years ago and am thrilled it will be part of the event.” All proceeds support ArtWorks’ year-around programming. This year ArtWorks has employed 175 Youth Apprentices and 69 Teaching Artists to complete 30 projects, including 13 permanent murals and more. Annually, ArtWorks invests close to $800,000 directly into paycheck for emerging talent and visuals artists in the region. “ArtWorks is here to create a region where everyone benefits from incredible art,” said Tamara Harkavy, ArtWorks CEO and artistic director. “Secret ArtWorks highlights the creative genius of our community and invites everyone to celebrate it.” The event sponsors include The Enquirer/Cincinnati.com, Fifth Third Bank, Procter and Gamble, Cincinnati Reds and Huntington Bank. Catering partners include Jeff Thomas Catering, Essen, Injoy, Taste of Belgium, Jefferson Social, Heidelberg Distributing, Rhinegeist Brewery and Watershed Distillery. Tickets for the November 16 event range from $50 - $1,500. Many ticket prices include food and drink tickets and vouchers to select a Secret work of art. Entertainment will be provided by Penny Tration, AfroChine, DJ Pillo, Aryn Fox and a photobooth by Floyd Johnson of OATW. Secret ArtWorks will be held at 145 Second Street East (the former Howl at the Moon location). For more information and tickets visit ArtWorksCincinnati.org.


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