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Cincinnati - Historic Restaurants

jordanhamons | Feb 6, 201308:48 PM     100

I'm finishing up my final semester at UC and I'm currently working on a project about the history of Cincinnati restaurants and our local specialities.

I am planning on including the history of Cincinnati Chili, French pot ice cream, schnecken, etc. I also want to include the history of several restaurants, whether closed or still operating today. I'm planning to include The Golden Lamb, Arnold's, Mecklenburg Gardens, The Palace, The Palm Court, etc.

I would love it if some Cincinnati Chowhounders could throw out suggestions of other restaurants to include or let me know if you have any interesting information about the ones listed above. Also, I would love it if you could let me know of any great resources to do further research (especially with photos!) or perhaps share a story or two.

Thanks so much!!

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