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Spotlight On Cock & Bull Public House – A Stop On Riverside Food Tour’s Mainstrasse Village Food Tour

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By Laura Noyes, Owner of Riverside Food Tours, April 10, 2017 Cock & Bull Public House has been a staple of Covington’s Mainstrasse Village since 1999. It’s know for having 60+ craft and local brews on tap and some think of it as the King of Greater Cincinnati’s craft beer bars. Cock & Bull also…

Riverside Food Tours’ Cincinnati Street Car Food Tour is Spotlighted in Cincinnati Refined’s Travel Section!

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a close up of a logoCincinnati Refined, a unique online magazine, helps to give the inside scoop on artistic, cultural, and philanthropic events to greater Cincinnatians and visitors. Riverside Food Tours is excited to announce that in January one of their “inside scoops” was our Cincinnati Streetcar Food…

Spotlight on Molly Malone’s Irish Pub and Restaurant – A Stop On Riverside Food Tours’ Roebling Point Food Tour!

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Molly Malone’s Irish Pub and Restaurant is on the Roebling Point Food Tour! Molly Malone’s is an authentic Irish owned and operated restaurant & pub located at the foot of the Roebling bridge in Roebling Point, Covington, KY, across the river from Paul Brown stadium & the Great American Ball Park of Cincinnati. They have…

Visiting Cincinnati or Northern Kentucky? See the Top 10 Reasons You Should Book A Food Tour During Your Stay

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Written By: Laura Noyes December 2016 1. You get a personal, small group tour with a local foodie who gives you an insider’s view of the city.  Got questions? Just ask. 2. You visit and taste the food where the locals dine. On a food tour, you slip into restaurants that you may have never…