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Communities reporter Rachel Richardson is on a mission to prove vegetarians eat more than lettuce. She shares both her graduate work on American food culture and food-related news.. E-mail her at rrichardson@enquirer.com.

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Friday, February 01, 2008

Hathaway's reopens

Updated, with a picture that doesn't do it justice:
I don't want to ruin the surprise, but the landmark diner in the Carew Tower arcade (open since 1956!*) got a cool makeover. Stop in and check it out starting Monday. (The place is really flooded with light, with an icy blue decor. This photo of Bronger is great, but it doesn't show the changes very well.)
New owner Chris Bronger made over the decor, and the menu is still full of diner standards and comfort foods, with breakfast items, burgers and malts.
Bronger resurrected the Hathaway’s specialty salad – a scoop of cottage cheese with yogurt, coconut, walnuts, raisins, fruit and apricot dressing. He also added steak and eggs, a mushroom-and-Swiss burger and a couple of healthier choices, a grilled chicken salad and sandwich.
Hours: 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday; 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
Prices: $1.75-$7.95 Phone: 513-621-1332
*I'm no psychic, but I'll bet our friends at BuyCincy.com are excited about this! :)


at 5:59 PM Blogger Sean F. said...

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at 6:02 PM Blogger Sean F. said...

You must be a psychic - can't wait to see what they are doing with the space!

at 11:41 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Place looks good; prices went up about 15%. :(

at 12:58 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unrelated, but why doesn't Polly be brave and open a blog entry for the rather completely silly article on how we now have too many restaurants downtown?


at 4:18 PM Anonymous vudutu said...

I'll add to Unrelated, Why aren't ALL food articles simply added to this blog roll as a link AND have a blog entry

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