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Tuesday, November 13, 2007


InCahoots opened last week in Blue Ash. Same name as the former restaurant in Corryville, but no actual connection. Howard Zuefle, formerly owner of Bacall’s, is the owner. His niece, Nicole Zuefle, is the chef. It occupied the former space of Bilker’s Kosher Grocery at 9708 Kenwood Road.
Zuefle says the décor features earth tones and clean lines a la Frank Lloyd Wright, with a bar area and a two-sided fireplace.
The menu ranges from familiar to more creative, and includes casual sandwiches such as a Reuben and roast beef, spinach salad, taco salad and pasta. Appetizers include asparagus fries, shrimp fonduta and chicken wings. Entrées range from a catch of the day selected from a list of environmentally friendly seafood and a spicy vegetable skillet to pork loin stuffed with caramelized onions, fennel and fontina cheese, and several steaks.
InCahoots serves food 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Monday-Thursday; 11 a.m.-midnight Friday and Saturday; 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday. The bar is open an hour later. “We’re a great place to go after a concert or movie or a high school game,” says Zuefle. 513-891-2500; incahootsohio.com.


at 3:25 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ha! That's funny, there is a restaurant/strip club called Cahoots in Columbus... I don't think I could bring myself to eat at a place called InCahoots.

at 9:55 PM Blogger Earl said...

Just ate there tonight. Great description of the decor. A nice bar area. We tried a couple of the dinner salads and enjoyed both. The peach bread pudding was good, but I have to say not as good as the Bella Luna bread pudding. Prices weren't bad. We'll keep 'em on our restaurant list.

at 3:13 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just had dinner there with a group of people, service was slow, and several dinners were cold, as they seemed to sit in the kitchen while other meals were prepared.

Thumbs down on this one.

at 2:52 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

I had dinner with my husband there on new years eve and was quite pleased.The shortribs were fall off the bone tender and the mussels were superb! Was not blown away by the scallop app but the bread pudding made up for that.it was romantic,tasty and well priced!

at 11:17 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the veggie burger seems to have changed as well as other things since my husband and i were there last and we are vegetarians.i can go to kroger for a garden burger.

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