We’ve been cooking up something new to bring a little flavor to your email inbox. The new At the Table with Keith Pandolfi weekly newsletter brings a behind-the-scenes look at our food and dining writer’s adventures covering the Cincinnati culinary world for The Enquirer/Cincinnati.com.
Every Wednesday (right around lunchtime 😉), Keith will send you an email ripped straight from the pages of his super-secret food journal. He might highlight some of the tasty topics he covered recently, but this newsletter will be bonus content only available to Cincinnati.com subscribers.
Along with recommendations and breaking news, Keith will also be sharing his thoughts on restaurants, trends, gossip and all of the things that make Cincinnati one of the most enjoyable cities for dining in America.
Keith is a proud boomeranger who grew up (mostly) in Cincinnati. He took a 20-year break living and writing in the food-obsessed cities of New Orleans and New York, only to come back home to tell you all the stories of his youth and the many ways eating in Cincinnati has changed over the years (and the many more ways it’s stayed the same).
Sound like something you’d like to sign up for? It’s super simple.
How to sign up for At the Table with Keith Pandolfi
First off, you need to be a Cincinnati.com subscriber to get this exclusive new dish. If that’s not you yet, you’ve been missing a TON of main-course-quality stories from Keith. You can get that subscription rolling right now at cincinnati.com/subscribe.
Then, go to profile.cincinnati.com/newsletters/manage and sign up for At the Table. You can also check the box for the weekly Things to Do newsletter. Add any of the other newsletters across the newsroom, too, from Bengals News to the popular Daily Briefing and Your Week in Cincinnati. To make sure these show up in your inbox, add [email protected] to your email contacts.
While you’re at it, you should also pull out your phone and get the Cincinnati.com app and turn on those Entertainment notifications so you can keep up with all of his stories (and all the other fun stuff). On your phone now? You can download the Cincinnati.com app here.
Done? Alright! Now just sit tight, we’ll do the rest. The bonus course will start heading to your inbox in a couple of weeks.
See you soon!
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Amanda Rossmann, Cincinnati Enquirer