CINCINNATI - We are pleased to bring you this weekly feature from Julie Niesen Gosdin, the voice behind the food blog wine me, dine me. Julie serves up a "Pick of the Week," when she visits a local eatery and samples a signature menu item.
The Kobe Dog at Dutch's Larder
Dutch's started out as a walk-up beer store on Erie Avenue. When my now-husband used to live nearby, we'd grab beer from there regularly.
Fast forward a few years, and Dutch's now pairs beers (and wines) with meat. Sure, they do vegetables too, but Dutch's Larder (the larder, of course, being the name for the cool place you'd store meat prior to refrigeration) is known for its house-made charcuterie, Thursday burger night, and snackable, shareable sandwiches.
I finally got to try a menu staple of Dutch's – the Kobe Dog – for the first time at Buckle Up.
WCPO Insiders can discover exactly why Julie calls the Kobe Dog an insanely good "haute" dog. Plus, feast your eyes on a mouth-watering photo!