Dining & Nightlife
Covington will be rocking in two spots this weekend!
A change this summer in a Kentucky law has allowed the state’s burgeoning microbrewery industry to tap into the fastest-growing alcoholic beverage category in the nation:
Two nights down, two nights to go at the Great Inland Seafood Festival in Newport.
Lots of delicious munchies yanked from the water for your dining pleasure await you on the riverfront.
Schneider's Sweet Shop, the beloved candy icon on Bellevue's Fairfield Avenue will celebrate its 75th anniversary next weekend with lots of sweetness to go around at the store.
More trouble for The Waterfront, the former floating restaurant on the Covington riverfront is now sinking in Boone County.
Eight years ago, the sister of a client at Redwood, the Ft.
Newport on the Levee welcomed its newest tenants on Thursday evening.
Six contestants took to a table to consume as many Skyline Chili coneys that they could, but in the end, the result was the same for the third straight year!
James Augur was the victor!
Foodies flock to Kentucky for its eclectic dining scene, which offers everything from haute cuisine in elegant hotel restaurants to outstanding down-home fare at diners and even truck stops.
Behle Street Cafe is coming back in a new form.
Queen City Sausage Fest continues Sunday in Newport on the riverfront, just north of the Levee.
The food and fun start again at noon and run through the evening.
The last major piece of structural steel was signed and placed at the Districts of Taylor Mill project.
Husband and wife culinary team Avram and Kristin Steuber are about to go on their second entrepreneurial quest together.
Looking for something to do with the family, inside, on a hot summer day?