Weekly Panda Chef classes led by Chef Dan and are held at the historic Findlay Market, Ohios oldest remaining indoor outdoor farmers market. Attendees can enjoy hundreds of shops and vendors before putting on their cooking apron.
With its rustic architecture and soft, rolling hills of vines, Chrisman Mill Vineyards & Winery brings a little taste of Tuscany to the Bluegrass State. Guests of their Fayette Mall tasting room can pair various foods and cheeses with sips of local wine made from the best Kentucky grapes. Visitors can also browse Kentucky-made goods as well as more than a thousand winery gift items, including customized gift baskets. The laid-back environment encourages guests to savor the small pleasures in life, as do the staff, who entertain with amusing anecdotes and enlightening descriptions of how each wine is made.
Don't hesitate to stop into Cake Ladies Dream Shoppe for a quick or longer grocery trip when you're around New Albany.
Cake Ladies Dream Shoppe's guests can take advantage of the easy street and lot parking options.
So next time you forget that last little item on your grocery list, head to Cake Ladies Dream Shoppe in New Albany.
Fantasy In Frosting is the perfect place to secure your sugar fix, and with such rave reviews about the bakery, you may find yourself stocking up for winter.
Catering is also available if you'd like to serve Fantasy In Frosting's tasty dishes at your next party.
Convenient street parking is easy to find outside Fantasy In Frosting.
Fantasy In Frosting is home to many cyclists who appreciate the parking racks outside.
Put simply, Fantasy In Frosting is your all-in-one shop for savory baked goods.
Let that sweet tooth take control. Fantasy In Frosting is waiting with some of the best baked goods in town.
When Bhopal native Rip Sidhu came to the states as a 25-year-old college student, he was sorely disappointed by the Indian food he found, according to a profile in Cincinnati Magazine. Before long, he was on the phone with his mother, learning how to make himself a proper curry. Although he started out as a software engineer, Rip soon decided to get out from behind a computer screen and into the food business. After a stint in a food court in Lexington, he and his wife Baljit opened the current incarnation of Bombay Brazier in 2010.
Resolving that this restaurant wouldn’t be just another generic Indian eatery, Rip and his wife decided to distinguish the establishment with sophisticated decor. They covered the floors with dark wood and commissioned Sikh-history paintings from artist Kanwar Singh Dhillon to hang on the walls. Their commitment to excellence extended to the kitchen as well. Instead of turning out curries overladen with cream and butter, Rip decided his chefs would simmer made-from-scratch sauces, craft their own paneer, and chop their vegetables by hand rather than throwing them under a lawn mower and hoping for the best. Bombay Brazier’s kitchen also cooks lamb, shrimp, and beef in a 400-degree clay tandoor oven and bakes naan with spinach, onion, and chili. While enjoying this bounty, guests can sip vintages from a wine room with 4,000 bottles or sample one of the bar’s 29 varieties of single malt scotch.