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More and more, young people are ditching grocery shopping, preferring to dine out at restaurants and bars, according to the Wall Street Journal

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DESĪN, with offices in Dayton and Michigan, is introducing  Obi™  the robotic dining companion.

For inventor Jon Dekar it was a very personal decade long project. While in high school volunteering, he watched the disabled struggle as well as his own grandfather who slowly lost the ability to feed himself. "You know, it's one of life's basic needs and it's also a fundamental freedom. It's a very intimate personal experience."

  oing out to dinner should always be an enjoyable experience, and that'’s especially true when friends and family gather to celebrate the holidays. If you'’re looking for an evening to remember, a fun night out for the entire family, or the perfect place to take out-of-town guests, Greater Cincinnati offers plenty of options.

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Cincinnati has always been able to boast about its restaurants, there has always been somewhere great to eat, whether you wanted steak and potatoes or something a bit more daring. But so many new and exciting restaurants have opened up recently, it’s going to be a challenge to decide which to try first. The March issue of Cincinnati Magazine can help guide you in the right direction, with their cover article, “The Best New Restaurants 2014.” Cincinnati Magazine Dining Editor Joanne Drilling joins us to explore the ten best new restaurants in town. Which one would top your list?

Holiday Dining

Dec 3, 2013

Downtown restaurants are hoping a week-long special deal will attract foodies and their wallets.

Cincinnati's fifth annual Restaurant Week kicks off  Monday. Nearly 30 participating restaurants are offering three course meals or dinner for two for a set $35 price tag.

The group behind the effort, Do Downtown, says the goal is to increase awareness about downtown dining options.

Participating restaurants:

Where to Eat 2013

Mar 15, 2013

The March issue of Cincinnati Magazine is out with its “Where to Eat 2013” list. Dining Editor Donna Covertt joins Mark Perzel to talk about assembling this list, the changing landscape of the Cincinnati dining scene, and how exactly she judges a place like Orchid’s to one of her newest favorites, Eli’s Barbecue.