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New York Magazine names Cincinnati for 'weekend escape'

(Photo via New York Magazine website) (Photo via New York Magazine website)
FOX19 - "Long known for its industrial past, the city is getting new life from craft breweries, bold new restaurants and a major neighborhood transformed."

That's what New York Magazine says about the Queen City in its 'Five-Point Weekend Escape Plan.'

The magazine tells readers where to eat, where to stay and what to do in Cincinnati.

New York Magazine recommends that visitors say that the 21C Museum Hotel and dine at Salazar, the "breakout star of the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood's burgeoning dining scene."

The 'Insider's Tip' shares details of the underground "beer tunnels" and their unique intricacies. '

What should visitors do on an oddball day? The magazine recommends a stop at Holtman's donuts, lunch at the Senate, a browse through local galleries and and evening concert at the Woodward Theater.

Read the original story from New York Magazine here: http://nym.ag/1Cdy6ko.

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