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Jun 12

The New Summit Restaurant at Cincinnati State

It’s a fun day for news around here – three posts in one day!

The Summit Restaurant has opened at Cincinnati State. I think this is a really cool thing, which is why I’m sharing it. The press release pretty much says it all though, so I’m just pasting it in:

The Summit Restaurant at The Midwest Culinary Institute at
Cincinnati
State now serves dinner to
the public. Gourmet dishes are
prepared fresh daily and served by well-trained students under the expert
direction of Executive Chef Matthew Winterrowd, formerly the Chef de Cuisine of
Daveed’s and a Cincinnati State culinary program graduate.

This is no ordinary restaurant. The goal of The Summit is to “entertain,
communicate and educate all those who share an interest in the culinary arts by
combining our passion for fine dining and guest centered service” says Kathleen
Ruppert, spokesperson for The Summit. We serve our guests high quality foods, creatively prepared, and wines at
a very reasonable price. Our culinary and hospitality students get a unique training opportunity
with a top-quality chef and professional Dining Room Manager, Donna Schmitt,
while our guests enjoy a fine-dining experience in a relaxed
environment.

The Summit is open Thursday through Saturday
evenings with reservations being taken on the half-hour beginning at
5:30pm. We are available for
private parties and corporate functions. Complimentary valet is available. To make reservations at The Summit, call 513-569-4980
or www.opentable.com.   

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Posted by Michelle at 3:24 pm in Cincinnati, Restaurants | Permalink | Comments (1)

One Response to “The New Summit Restaurant at Cincinnati State”

  1. heather w says:

    I went for a friend’s birthday a couple weeks ago. It was good – but not as good as the price. The service was good and I admire them for their ambitions.
    The morels were amazing – the rest was fairly forgettable.
    If they dropped their prices a bit – I’d go all the time. But at $10+ for apps and $25+ for entrees – that’s a bit high for the quality.

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