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    Blue Goose Sports Cafe: Sharonville's Newest - and Best

    by Stephen-KarenConn Updated Oct 5, 2006

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    Originally known as the Blue Goose Saloon, the Blue Goose Sports Cafe is a gathering place in downtown Sharonville. Perhaps they changed the name to give it a more family friendly image in this conservative town. It has the look and feel of a much older establishment, but is actually the newest restaurant in Sharonville. I like the cozy ambience of this place, and the food and service is also good.

    Favorite Dish: I have especially enjoyed their thick juicy cheezeburgers, although there is a wide variety of other choices on the menu.

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    El Rancho Grande: Authentic Mexican Restaurant and Cantina

    by Stephen-KarenConn Updated Jul 24, 2005

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    Of the 50 or so restaurants in Sharonville, this is the one we eat at most often. It has great food, friendly service, and the prices can't be beat. A local favorite, the place is always busy. On some nights a strolling maharachi band is there and will come by and sing at your table.

    Favorite Dish: Everything at El Ranch Grande is good. I usually order the "Special El Rancho," which is one chicken burrito, one chicken enchilada, topped with lettuce, sour cream and tomatoes, for only $7.95. Lunch specials start at only $3.95, for the "Speedy Gonzalez." The servings are ample.

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    LaRosa's: Cincinnati's Own Pizza & Other Great Italian Food

    by Stephen-KarenConn Updated Jul 24, 2005

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    In 1954 a young man named Buddy LaRosa opened a little carryout stand the the Cincinnati suburb of Westwood. His friends at San Antonio Catholic Church, in Cincinnati's "Little Italy," liked his Aunt Dena's pizza so much, he thought other people in the neighborhood might like it too.

    People loved Aunt Dena's recipe and the entreprise grew. Half a century later there are dozens of LaRosa's Restaurants scattered all around the metropolitan area and Buddy, who still has his hand in the business, is something of a local celebrity/legend. Lots of folks in and around Cincinnati wouldn't think of eating pizza anywhere else. LaRosa's offers a full line of Itallian dishes: hoagys lasagna, spaghetti, ravioli and salads. It's a favorite local venue for family dining, birthday parties, and even wedding receptions.

    If you want to sample the best pizza in the world, go to Chicago - or maybe Italy. But on the days you're willing to settle for second best, (and #1 in Cincinnati), try LaRosa's. Don't feel like going out? They'll even deliver it hot to your door.

    Favorite Dish: The Pizza. They still use Aunt Dena's old-world recipe.

    LaRosa's in Sharonville
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    The Root Beer Stand: Old Fashioned Frosty Mugs

    by Stephen-KarenConn Updated Jul 1, 2005

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    Since 1957, this old-fashioned Root Beer Stand has been making their own brew from water from their own 280-feet-deep well. The owners attribute the distinctive taste of their root beer to this water. They have been voted in years past by readers of Cincinnati Magazine as "Cincinnati's Best Root Beer!" and in 2003 ranked #12 in the list of the "Best 100 Places to Go in Cincinati." The only problem is that they are only open during the warmer months of the year, the exact times of which may vary from season to season. In Summer this place is HOT! Or maybe we should say COOL!

    Favorite Dish: Every time we have been here we have had the big one: "The Timmy Dog." It's a foot long and comes with chili, onions, hot sauce, cole slaw, mustard, ketchup, relish and sauerkarut - topped with cheddar cheese. This is best with a root beer float using two scoops of hand dipped Velvet Ice Cream.

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    Skyline Chili: The Taste of Cincinnati

    by Stephen-KarenConn Updated Mar 15, 2004

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    From the time the first restaurant opened in downtown Cincinniti in 1949, until today, Skyline Chili has helped make Cincinnati famous. Or maybe it's the other way around. for many years Skyline could only be found in Cincinnati and environs. Now it has spread to a small handful of other cities around the country. Many imitators serve "Cincinnati Style" chili, but Skyline is the original. There are two restaurants in Sharonville. The one pictured is on Lebanon Road and the other on Sharon Road.

    Favorite Dish: In the Cincinnati area Skyline enjoys an almost cult-like following. I've talked to many people who have moved away from here, and one of the things they say they miss the most is Skyline Chili.

    It is nothing at all like Texas Chili. Skyline is more like a thick meaty sauce, served atop a platter of spaghetti, and smothered in great luscious mounds of of shreaded cheeze. That's called the "Three Way". Some people like the "Four Way", with onions, or the "Five Way", by adding beans. Cheeze Coneys are also a favorite.

    The NewSkyline Chili in Sharonville
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