Our Iconic Eats: 10 Cincinnati Dishes We Love

OUR ICONIC EATS: 10 CINCINNATI DISHES WE LOVE These mainstay Queen City eateries serve up some of our city’s most beloved dishes.  By  CM Editors  - May 2, 2022 You know them. You love them. You crave them. These mainstay Queen City eateries serve up some of our city’s most beloved dishes. PHOTOGRAPH BY MARLENE ROUNDS / FOOD STYLING BY KATY DOENCH / PROP STYLING BY EMILY CESTONE LaRosa’s Buddy LaRosa was the son of Italian immigrants who witnessed how much people loved his Aunt Dena’s pizza recipe at church festivals, so he and some friends took a chance in 1954 and opened their own pizzeria on the West Side. When his friends left the business, he renamed it LaRosa’s. While maintaining a family-friendly tradition—along with the original recipe—LaRosa and his own sons, Mike and Mark, have embraced co...

Jeff Ruby's Precinct - 50 BEST STEAKHOUSES IN THE U.S., RANKED

50 Best Steakhouses in the U.S., Ranked By Alexa Erickson and Jessie Fetterling, updated on April 26, 2022 People love a good steakhouse. A brief conversation with a stranger, a welcome recommendation from a friend and a dizzying array of online forums reveal just how intense people feel about what makes a steakhouse great.  For some, it’s about a family-run establishment. For others, it’s all about the classics and history. And for the rest, nothing beats a swanky scene with A5 Wagyu. This list of America’s best steakhouses features not-to-be-missed menu items, a touch of history and a whole lot of mouth-watering steak photos.  Just don't read this while you're hungry!  

VENUE MAGAZINE: Influential Women of Cincinnati 2022: Britney Ruby Miller

We are so proud to introduce you to this year’s Influential Women of Cincinnati. These women are using their unique talents and abilities to make our region a better place. Whether it’s starting nonprofits, creating new communities, or feeding and caring for the less fortunate, these women are making a difference. Q. CAN YOU TELL US ABOUT YOURSELF AND YOUR CAREER?  A. I grew up in the restaurant business that my father started, and our family still runs. I started working at The Waterfront as a teenager and have worked in nearly every restaurant position in both front and back of house. After completing my degree from the University of Cincinnati, I attended the Midwest Culinary Institute, and then worked as a manager in our restaurants for several years. After that, I moved into various positions in our home office where I was further mentored and grew into my cu...


BEST RESTAURANTS 2022: RESTAURATEURS SHARE THE SECRETS TO THEIR LASTING SUCCESS  We asked these four Best Restaurant owners how they’ve managed to keep delighting Cincinnati diners over the last two decades. Brandon Wuske and Aiesha D. Little  - March 3, 2022 Our latest Best Restaurants issue celebrates the staying power of nine Cincinnati eateries that appeared on our first Best Restaurants list in 2003 and are still open and serving Cincinnati diners today. We asked these four owners what it means to still be on the Best Restaurants list and to share what’s kept their business successful. Shawn McCoy, The Brown Dog Café “We strive for consistency and to be cutting edge. To stick around, you have to adjust, be quick on your feet. And talk to your customers, find out what they want. That’s how we started doin...

FOX NEWS: How rise in costs affects small businesses including restaurants

FOX & FRIENDS: Feb. 16, 2022 - 2:39 - Jeff Ruby Culinary Entertainment CEO Britney Ruby Miller on how rise in costs due to inflation affected her business and the decision to not raise her prices

Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse To Donate To Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund

NASHVILLE (December 21, 2021) – Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse Nashville, 300 Fourth Avenue North, downtown, announced today a special fundraiser on Tuesday, Dec. 28 with 100% of the evening’s sales to be donated by the Jeff Ruby Family to tornado disaster relief funding. The donations will be made directly to Middle Tennessee Emergency Response Fund. Guests can also make additional donations on their receipts that evening. Dinner reservations are available at and are extremely limited. Two celebrity appearances will be made during the evening by national recording artist and 3-Time GRAMMY nominated star Danny Gokey and Nashville Predators Center Ryan Johansen. Gokey - a KLOVE Male Vocalist of the Year and multiple DOVE Award winner who began his career in 2009 as a Top-3 finalist on “American Idol” and has since cemented his place...

Brian Thomas talks to Keegan Corcoran about holiday wine pairings

Click link to listen to this great segment featuring our own Advanced Sommelier, Keegan Corcoran!

Jeff Ruby’s Cincinnati Steakhouse to Move to The Foundry at Fountain Square in 2022

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Jeff Ruby’s Cincinnati Steakhouse to Move to The Foundry at Fountain Square in 2022 New flagship location will be the most luxurious and beautiful of Jeff Ruby Culinary Entertainment restaurants CINCINNATI (August 6, 2021) – In its 40th anniversary year, Jeff Ruby Culinary Entertainment (JRCE) announced today that Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse in Cincinnati will relocate to the newly converted Foundry at Fountain Square in 2022. The Foundry is Cincinnati Center City Development Corp. (3CDC)’s conversion of the former Macy’s-anchored Fountain Place into a modern, mixed-use development, directly across the street from Cincinnati’s Fountain Square. The new location will become the flagship restaurant of Jeff Ruby Culinary Entertainment's family of fine dining steakhouses.  “Fountain Square is the iconic center of this am...

Britney Ruby Miller Honors Chef Jimmy Gibson

To honor her longtime friend and Cincinnati culinary icon, Chef Jimmy Gibson, Britney Ruby Miller brought together a group of his friends to reminisce and recreate a few of his most-loved dishes on video. Enjoy this first installment featuring one of his best buddies, Jeff Koury.


With limits on in-person dining and social distancing placing a buffer between staff and guests, the pandemic has put the quintessential “Jeff Ruby’s Experience” to the test. Lauren Fisher  - March 9, 2021 The pandemic was only in its nascent days, but Britney Ruby Miller was already on her way to becoming one of the fiercest advocates for her hometown dining scene. On the evening of March 20, 2020, she was fresh off a press conference with Mayor John Cranley, where she’d talked about the Cincinnati restaurant industry and its inherent grit, encouraging Cincinnatians to take advantage of takeout and delivery options and advocating for a $225 billion federal bailout package. The Jeff Ruby Culinary Entertainment CEO was stinging from the decision to lay off 600 employees, though Miller prefers to call them her family members...
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